DIY Halloween Treats Week Day 2 – Decorated Sucker With Tutorial

Hi everyone and welcome to Day 2 of DIY Halloween Treats Week! I decided it would be really fun to share a week’s worth of Halloween treats with you, so here we are on Day 2. If you missed Day 1, you can see them here. I have many more Continue Reading →

4 Minute Quick Card Tutorial with Accented Blooms

Hi everyone! How many of you out there are simple stampers? I know many of you like to keep things quick and easy. I love a quick, easy card…I just don’t feel like I’m very good at making them. When I make a simple card that I like, I get Continue Reading →

Sponged Layers with the Stampin’ Up! Detailed Leaves Thinlits

Is anyone in the mood for a cardmaking technique today?! I hope so because I have one to share! I made today’s cards with a stencil sponging technique. I made my own stencils using the Stampin’ Up! Detailed Leaves thinlits and some clear window sheets. I cut the leaves out Continue Reading →

Stampin’ Up! Rooted in Nature Card Featuring the Spectrum Ink Pad

Happy Monday stampers! I’m sooooo excited for today’s project because I’m back in the business of making stamping videos!!! It’s been over a year since I’ve had time to make videos, but the time is now! You’ll be seeing me regularly, so make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel Continue Reading →

Stamparatus Accessories Now Available and the Stampin’ Up! Beautiful Promenade Stamp Set

You’re hearing from me two days in a row!! That’s right, get used to it, because I’m back! Stampin’ Up! has a lot going on this week, so I’ll try to cover the news briefly so that we can get on to today’s project! First, all week we are celebrating Continue Reading →

OSAT Blog Hop – Throwback Thursday Featuring Stampin’ Up! Night in Bethlehem

Hi everyone! Welcome to this month’s One Stamp At a Time Blog Hop. Our theme this month is Throwback Thursday. I love the idea behind this – to take a favorite old project and use it as inspiration for a new one. I chose to recreate an old favorite watercolor Continue Reading →