Stamp Giveaway (Worldwide!) & Acrylic Block Stamping-Stamp School

Hi friends! Today I am sharing a really fun and colorful cardmaking technique! The stamps I am using are from ArtNeko and they will be giving away the stamps I used on today’s project to one lucky reader. To enter the contest simply leave a comment and I will pick one lucky commenter next Wednesday! Good luck!

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These card were so fun to make and I think a batch of these colorful creations would make a lovely gift or craft fair item too. If you are new to stamping I suggest you invest in mini ink cubes instead of full size pads because the raised top pads can ink any size stamp and you can have a big variety of colors in a small space and on a tiny budget. I also recommend buying reinkers as they get dry. There are many good brands but I like the Memento pads because I can always find reinkers at stamp shows if I need them. Here I have my mini ink pads in an empty Project Life page protector box and I have them all out and ready to go. Convenient huh?

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Simply watch the video to see how it’s done!

Sponsored by Art Neko! *Save 10% off your next order of any size or get free shipping on orders over $50 (whichever discount is greater you get!) just by mentioning thefrugalcrafter!

Supplies:

Directions:
1. Cut and score card bases. I took 8.5″ x 4.25″ cardstock and folded it in half for my cards. Also make envelopes to match.

2. Select an acrylic block and cover with ink from mini ink pads. spray with water (generously) and press on card bases. Let dry. Repeat for all card bases.

3. Stamp a focal image on each card with black ink.

4. Glue on wooden charms, add sequins and penwork if desired.

I have to be honest, some projects just give me joy to make and this was one of them. Sitting down with ink and making a (small) mess with colors and ink was the perfect way to decompress after a tough day. Creating can give us that releif from stress and worry that we so often need. Just like excersize rejuvinates out body creativity calms the soul (and it is a heack of a lot more healthy they eating a bag of potato chips LOL!) Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win and til next time happy crafting!

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585 Responses

  1. I loved the colors used in the octopus one! πŸ™‚

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  2. These look awesome!

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  3. Yeah for Lindsay, yeah for giveaways! So talented and a great teacher.
    Thanks Lindsay!

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  4. I love how easy you make it look. I guess I expect mine to be perfect everytime and just don’t see the potential

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  5. Lindsay, I love watching your videos. They are so much fun and really relaxing to watch. I love getting inky with you! I would love to see some more art journal/mixed media vidoes, those are my favorites.

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  6. Love your card classes…looks like fun cards to make.. Thanks for your kindness..

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  7. So simple and easy yet so very beautiful. Love them! And the chance to win a giveaway or course, thank you.

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  8. That’s such a cool idea to make a background by stamping with the acrylic block ! Thank you Lindsay !

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  9. I totally love these techniques. Thank you as always Lindsay.

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  10. Wow, loved all three, awesome job!

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  11. I love this technique! I am definitely trying it out. Thanks Lindsay!

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  12. Love these cards

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  13. Looks like fun and I enjoyed (as always) your easy, breezy nature. Would love to win, like everyone else. Any chance for an oil pastel tutorial in the future? I love my water lily, artichoke, and onion ones so much, but need more inspiration from you. Thanks for all your teaching!

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  14. Once again, Lindsay. You rock it. Love your videos an also love artneko. Thank You.

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  15. I love the octopus card! I would love to play with those stamps! Maybe I can convince my hubby to get them for my birthday next week!

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  16. very nice Lindsay and looks like it would be easy. Betty

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  17. I love the acrylic block “watercolor” technique. I have seen many of your stamping videos and love how you make it look so easy! Keep them coming!

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  18. Love these stamps — anything to do with the ocean

    Would love to win the stamps

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  19. I love your artistic take on your cards. thx for sharing all your knowledge.

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  20. Love these stamps — anything to do with
    Ocean.

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  21. So exciting. Love your cards.. been wanting to learn how to do them. Thank you..Tina

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  22. Yay! I love it when you and Artneko have giveaways! I never win anything, but I never hurts to try! Thank you Lindsay!

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  23. A quick and easy card with wonderful results!

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  24. Stamping looks so fun! Something different to do with the acrylics!

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  25. Hi Lindsay. Just watched your card making tutorial on YouTube and loved it. Can’t wait to give this a go. Thank you for sharing your skills and the opportunity to win the fabulous stamps you used.

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  26. Love these cards! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  27. The designs you created in the vid are super eye-catching, I would love to apply your techniques to remake my school supply for this school year!

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  28. I SEA why I like these stamps. Good work Lindsay!

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  29. Wow! That looks amazing. I would love to have these stamps, I have been promising myself to go back up card mailing to people, much more personal than an email or text. And when it is homemade, it shouts LOVE!! What an awesome opportunity. Thank you for giving us a chance to win them.

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  30. I like how these are so simple to make but are so beautiful as well!

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  31. I would love to spend a week or two inside your head/ Love this!

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  32. Thank you for another stamp school video.

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  33. Always love your videos!

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  34. These are adorable. I love the acrylic block stamping, I use this technique often.

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  35. Love all the cards. Just awesome…

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  36. You’re amazing and i love your videos! The stamp block is such an excellent idea and I can’t wait to do it! I love these ArtNeko stamps. They are perfect for this project! Thanks for all the great tips and ideas.

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  37. So simple yet effective. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  38. Thanks for all the great help on cards! On new adventures in crafting because of you! Thanks for giveaways!

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  39. love these cards and those stamps!

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  40. Such beautiful little cards with hardly any effort and so quick to do! I’m learning so much by watching your videos! Thank you, Lindsay!

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  41. I was just watching your inkjet photo transfer and then happened to see you had posted this tutorial! How cool is that?!? I LOVED your cards! And, yes, of course I want to win these stamps!! I LOVE ArtNeko! Thank you for the opportunity!!

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  42. I just got my first acrylic block, so I’m definitely going to try this technique!

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  43. Hey Lindsay, what a great simple technique that looks really elegant, and I love those ocean related scenes, fits in with my love of SCUBA. Love your giveaways and finally I can enter from Aussie Land in your worldwide giveaway. Keep up those fantastic videos – your work has inspired me to take up stamping too.
    Jen

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  44. Thank you so much for your creative ideas! I wish there were more hours in the day!

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  45. Love these stamps, esp. the sail boat.

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  46. The ship is absolutely gorgeous!

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  47. Wow. It’s amazing! I could never think this tecnique. It’s pure genius! Thanks for sharing and for your videos. And for the chance in the giveaway, of course. I haven’t so much ink pad so it will be a dream to win… sooo… finger crossed 😊

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  48. I love playing with ink, too! These stamps are FUN & ArtNeko is great to sponsor your giveaway!

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  49. I love your tutorials and your techniques are amazing. Maybe you should be considered the Eclectic Crafter?! πŸ˜‰

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  50. Reminds me of a movie I just saw “Glass Bottom Boat” starring Doris Day. Fun underwater ideas to do. Thanks

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  51. I have been eyeing wooden embellishments sold in the craft store. Now I would actually know what to use them for after purchasing them! Thank you

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  52. Oooh! Really fun project, and love the stamps. Thank you for sharing this spiffy technique! I actually need to get some new acrylic blocks. I’m not sure what I did, but somehow I managed to fuse mine together. Because I’m just that talented. Have a lovely day!

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  53. I’ve never done this technique before. Looks amazing and love the octopus….and the others too but the octo is my fav. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  54. Love this! and all of your videos! πŸ™‚

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  55. Thanks for all the fun videos!

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  56. I always get new ideas when I watch your videos! Love how you mix the stamps with the watercolors and jazz it up with embellishments! Thanks for the chance to win the stamps.

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  57. I really like the projects you created today. The octopus stamp is pretty neat. We were discussing octopus today as we got a pieces of mail from Jan Brett and it is focusing on mermaids and octopus. Have a wonderful day!

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  58. As always… great demo and stamps. Thanks to ArtNeko for providing the giveaway!

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  59. I love these stamps! Your videos are so inspirational and you are always so upbeat, which I love.

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  60. I enjoy your card making! I love that you use of bold colors. You never disappoint. Thanks for sharing.

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  61. Looks like fun Lindsay!

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  62. I love this technique thanks for the different ideas. I think my favorite is offsetting the rectangle to the leftβ™‘

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  63. Love watching your videos. πŸ˜€ I really enjoyed this, and love how the cards looked. :

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  64. I loved how quick and simple these were to whip up, yet how lovely they are. Thanks for sharing the idea. I don’t get a lot of time to craft anymore but feel I could fit a project like this in no problem!

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  65. LOVE YOUR WORK..YOU ARE SO SWEET…LOVE THESE STAMPS…LOVE FROM GREECE XRISA

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  66. Thank you for having a worldwide contest. You’re an amazing teacher.

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  67. Thank you for this opportunity….

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  68. I think these acrylic blocks and stamp set tutorial is very cool, I like the way it looks. I would love to win these, as I would make so many things with them! They’re lovely !

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  69. Thank you so much for everything you do! I love your videos! I’ve learned a lot from you!

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  70. Love the cards AND the colors! Been following you for some time now, and you never disappoint.

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  71. Super fun cards and stamps!

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  72. I learned something new today! Thanks Lindsay!

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  73. Like the cards and i love the stamps that you used.Joan

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  74. love how the colors came about…love your videos…am always excited to see new stuff…….

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  75. Love those cards!

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  76. I love seeing ypur videos on my subscription list. You have such a natural talent for teaching techniques- and such a wide range of skills. I have picked up so many tips and learned new ways of using my supplies. (Btw- I LOVE that you keep things ‘frugal’, and don’t heap your projects with a ton of pre-made embellishments and products. Not that I don’t love the way some of those types of projects turn out; it is just so intimidating to see a list of a gazillion supplies that one must purchase to get artsy. I am a total craft supply junky, and LOVE getting new toys- but art doesn’t HAVE to be pricey. I am all about using what one has, and coming up with ways to use the supplies we already own. So THANK YOU for that.) Beautiful cards, and many thanks to you & ArtNeko for this giveaway! 🀞Fingers crossed! πŸ¦‹

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  77. You were right! The blue background on the junk card looks like sea spray. Beautiful!

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  78. Awesome and looks super fun. I learn a lot from you! Thanks! πŸ™‚

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  79. I love your videos and all of the info you share. You do a wonderful job on all of your projects. Shirley

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  80. Wow these cards are so amazing love your techniques πŸ˜€

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  81. I completely agree that creating is a great way to”shed the day” so to speak. I, too, love to get lost in what I’m doing to decompress and end up with a fun product that I made in the end! Love your videos! Love the way you make things look so simple!!!

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  82. I am “stamped” challenged so these videos sure do help! I love the way you talk us through the process! THANKS and as always, GOOD JOB!

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  83. I enjoyed your tutorial. I am a multi-crafter but I never thought about using the ink blocks as stamps. Thanks for enlightening me.

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  84. Great cards, I love the colour combinations you used. Thanks for sharing.

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  85. oooooo … another project to try. some great cards.

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  86. Hi Lindsay, great cards and something I can tackle as a newbie, I’ve watched so many of your videos from techniques to ways of saving money in a very expensive market, especially when buying stuff from Canada as all the good stuff comes from the US! Keep up the great work!

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  87. Love it, like all your work!

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  88. so on a bad day you can do both….eat chips and create just don’t dip your chips in glue LOL

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  89. Awesome cards!

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  90. Great video. Love to watch your videos. You have a lot of enthusiasm which makes your videos enjoyable.

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  91. Love these cards, simply elegant, can’t wait to try this technique, and would love to win those stamps. That boat is so cool!

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  92. Love that octopus! Great tutorial, what a fun way to make cards.

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  93. Amazing, as always 😊

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  94. Love your cards! And the octopus stamp… I seriously need that stamp πŸ˜€

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  95. As always a great tutorial. Love the simplicity and colours. The stamps are typical ArtNeko and I love them all. Thank you Lindsay for sharing your talents.

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  96. Good stamps. Really like the Koi fish and the boat has a lot of wind in the sail..

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  97. This is such a great look, never thought about just using the block. Thanks Lindsay, you always have great ideas.

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  98. These are lovely, I love how the ‘sea’ came out on the boat print. Watercolour is so fun and it’s so effective inking blocks. TFS

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  99. Cute and easy card ideas! Thanks for the giveaways

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  100. Lindsey I love the boat stamp,it’s gorgeous

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  101. Cool cards!Love that the stamps look like sketches!

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  102. what a great idea! i am going to make these as party favors for my guests to take home!

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  103. Wonderful stamps and lovely technique. Thanks, Lindsay!

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  104. Great cards Lindsay, I love the simplicity which leaves the stamps to be the star of the card. Thanks for the chance of winning the lovely stamps.

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  105. So charming! Lindsay I LOVE watching you paint! I love to follow along and create lovely art! Thank you!!!

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  106. Thank you for your videos. I love them all. Awesome ideas for easy fast backgrounds. Love the stamp set.

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  107. These are so neat! I especially love the octopus one. I totally agree creativity definitely calms the soul. I have discovered my love for arts and crafts recently and realized it is the perfect ending to a stressful day. Ty so much for the opportunity to win the adorable stamps and ty for you awesome videos and blogs.

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  108. I’m thinking of trying this with one of my ombre’ pads. I think it might finally make it look ombre’! Lol! Btw, LOVE the stamps! The carp? Beautiful!

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  109. […] Source: I loved the boat and the stamping technique you usedStamp Giveaway (Worldwide!) & Acrylic Block Stamping-Stamp School […]

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  110. What a creative way to use stamps, and a great way to use color. Can’t wait to give it a try!

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  111. Super cute cards. Love the technique. Thanks for the opportunity. Hugs-KristinaπŸ€—

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  112. Lovely cards as always…

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  113. Great way to get a different look with inks. What a talent you have. Thanks, Lindsay. Love seeing what you do.

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  114. Everything you picked out to use was so pretty!! It’s crazy to think that such simple things can make some of the best gifts/art pieces! I love it! 😊

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  115. Love the cards so simple and cute. Those wooden embellishments are just perfect.

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  116. I like the colors and the techniques you use. My selection is very basic. Everything I do is trial and error. Thanks for the pointers you give.

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  117. Great technique it really shows off the stamps. I love the way you make everything blend together and flow. Thanks for the opportunity to win the stamps Lindsay!

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  118. I love these cards! Your videos are fantastic and inspiring. Love the way you make simple things look elegant.

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  119. I love the simplicity and colors of your cards. I enjoy ocean themed stamps that are not quite so “cutesy”. These three stamps are beautiful! Thanks for your videos and sharing your skills.

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  120. These cards rock. Love the ink backgrounds and those ocean images!!

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  121. I Love simple projects like this that I can do with my homeschooled children

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  122. Love ALL your videos / tutorials and this one inspired me to make some cards…
    Hope i get entered in the giveaway 🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨

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  123. I really loved this video. Just another great way to use ink on the acrylic blocks. I think the sailboat stamped card look just fine. I have to chuckle. You usually say the word “whatnot.” My son is a Marine and that is a phrase they use constantly. Whenever I talk to him we always chuckle when we hear him say it over and over. To hear you say it made me smile.

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  124. I love those stamps. I really need organize my craft area I can make more cards

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  125. The cards come out beautiful. Thanks for sharing. πŸ˜€

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  126. These cards are pretty cool. I love the stamps (I think the boat is my fave). We are going camping, this looks like a great project to easily pack. Pick me to win!!

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  127. Again, a wonderful project using what we have with simple techniques. Love it and thanks for taking the time to make these videos.

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  128. Beautiful cards! You make it look so easy!

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  129. Such cute stamps and I love the idea for a simple and very pretty background! Would be awesome to win your giveaway, love your videos!

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  130. I’m so very excited about this. Btw I adore you

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  131. I live close to the ocean, I love the stamps! It is so hard to pick one. So it is good that they are giving all of them away.

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  132. I absolutely love the style of this! The possible stamp designs are endless, you can be so creative with the style or color! How fun!!! I love it!

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  133. Great cards! Thanks for the technique idea.

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  134. Hi Lindsay! Really loved these cards and how you made them! Love the stamps for the giveaway too! I have yet to buy any acrylic blocks.. I bought stamps back in the day when all they had were the wooden stamps. Thanks!

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  135. you made it look easy, thanks

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  136. I would love to win some stamps. That looks like so much fun.

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  137. You always seem to have something up your sleeve. I’m so glad you share with us because you always do such a nice project. I love how the colors turned out. Thanks again.

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  138. As if our acrylic blocks weren’t versitile enough! Great idea and use of supplies!

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  139. That’s a really cool technique! I just recently started stamping and this helps me to stretch the few that I have while I’m growing my collection.

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  140. I liked the cards. They looked simple enough to do, but had a big impact. The stamps are cool.

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  141. I love these cards! So sinple and easy to make!! Can’t wait to try this out with crayola markers πŸ™‚

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  142. Oh I need these stamps so bad- I would SOOOOOOOOOOO excited to win! I love this technique with the acrylic block-it’d look pretty with the scalloped-edge type of block!

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  143. These are so cool!

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  144. Lovely stamps with vibrant backgrounds. I especially like the boat.
    Carol b

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  145. Wooow!! That octopus stamp is beautiful!! I loved it! Thanks for sharing this technique, it look really easy. Fingers crossed

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  146. These are beautiful! Release the Kraken! XD

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  147. I love all of the techniques you show us. This one in particular. I wish I could paint like you. I always just drool. Luckily these cards are easy to make and pretty simple. Love the stamps too.

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  148. The stamps are so detailed and would be perfect for everyone and for all occasions.

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  149. Love your videos! I really like your thoughts on mistakes and turning them into opportunities.πŸ˜€

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  150. Lindsay, thanks for introducing me to Art Neco. I simply adore the stamps you used on these cards. I love Asian art and culture.

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  151. These cards are so clean and elegant

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  152. I love all the cards, but the octopus is my fav. Really cool fun inky cards πŸ™‚

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  153. I love the octopus one the most because I just love deep sea creatures. Love your channel.

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  154. I love the cards!

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  155. Thanks Lindsay for all of the great info you share with us! I love the fish and the octopus stamps! πŸ’œ

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  156. Looks like a fun and easy way to make cards. Love the stamps!

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  157. Very cool!! Love it!! πŸ˜€

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  158. You are so right about crafting as therapy … cheaper and healthy specially for us the ones that eat our problems…. thank you Lindsay

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  159. These are cute. I love the red/yellow block but the octopus stamp. I especially love that I already own everything I need to do this project!

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  160. I’m new to paper crafting. I’ve been collecting supplies here and there but haven’t had a chance to get my toes wet yet! I love your videos, they are so informative and inspiring! I literally sit down to watch your stamping school videos with a pen and notepad! 😍. Thank you for being so full of information and money saving tips and for making crafting seem accessible to all levels of experience!

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  161. Great idea…I didn’t know that a block could be inked……thanks

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  162. I love marine critters. Please enter me in the stamp giveaway !

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  163. Great card… Thanks for sharing

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  164. All three cards turned out fantastic and pretty to do.
    I must try this technique with my blocks…tfs

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  165. Lindsay, I love this technique.

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  166. I love the look of block stamping

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  167. I thought it was awesome on how you did the stamping on the cards. They are beautiful, Thank you for sharing on how to make them.

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  168. Oooooh, cool!!

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  169. This is such a beautiful way to make cards. But so easy to. Thanks for showing us. I had not heard of Artnecko Will be looking into it now.

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  170. Love these cards so cute the octopus is my fav

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  171. I love each and every tutorial you do! I would love to see everything else you have in store for us!

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  172. What fun stamps. My grandchildren and I could make some fun cards with these.

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  173. Another great video. Love the give aways.

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  174. I love all the color variations and plan to do some myself!

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  175. awesome ! love thus technique.

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  176. OMG! those are beautiful!

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  177. The cards are awesome.Love them. I also love the stamps you have used.

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  178. Enjoyed this technique! Going to try soon!

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  179. Love your videos Lindsey! Especially the ones with simple techniques like this one, makes it easy to follow, and the end result is beautiful πŸ™‚

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  180. Wow Lindsay! That is the coolest koi stamp I’ve ever seen! My pets are Koi.

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  181. This is an awesome technique!! Thanks for sharing it with us. j πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  182. Absolutely love your videos. I learn something new every time. Thank you for taking the time to teach the different techniques. You are my go to person for information and ideas. You are my craft hero.

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  183. Great demo, I’ve never seen inking/printing straight from the block, great demo, I would love to win the lovely stamps xxx

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  184. Love your videos Lindsey! Especially the ones with simple techniques like this one, the end result is beautiful πŸ™‚

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  185. OMG, I love these cards! What pretty colors and great stamps! πŸ™‚

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  186. Thanks for the fun video. Sometimes simple is the prettiest!

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  187. I love your videos. They are always so entertaining as well as educational. I am taking your Craftsy course and very much enjoying that also! You are appreciated!

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  188. You never cease to amaze me! I would never have thought to make backgrounds this way. Everytime I watch you I learn something new and useful. Thank so much!

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  189. Love the process and effect for the background. Simple but beautiful backdrop for the great stamps. Thank you Lindsay. Count me in the contest.

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  190. Hi Lindsay, love the cards, I have made some cards today, just having a short break, will be back to try out stamping with acrylic blocks now I have seen your techniques. Thank you. Lyn

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  191. I love that octopus stamp so much!

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  192. These are really nice cards! And they do look fairly easy to make several at once. As always, thanks for sharing!

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  193. I watched the demo on YouTube and simply loved your designs!
    So I came over here to the blog to enter the contest.
    I will definitely be back!
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and talent.

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  194. Lovely and so simple.

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  195. Thank you for sharing ideas I have not seen before but can’t wait to try!
    Looking forward to seeing how mine turn out…. I love your demonstrations… thanks again β˜†

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  196. love those stamps you made some cute cards thank youfor sharing

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  197. love all your videos and tutorials! !!!!

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  198. I LOVE the octopus stamp! This technique looks easy and versatile. The watercolor block goes so well with a stark black image! TFS!

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  199. I absolutely love the octopus!

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  200. I love the colour combinations. So vibrant

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  201. You have the nicest stamps. I love the simple cards.

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  202. Another great process from you. I so appreciate you sharing your skill with us. Thank you!

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  203. Love the cards!

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  204. I love everything you do but especially anything with an ocean theme! This really does look easy.

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  205. Love these Lindsay!

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  206. Love these cards! So easy to achieve watercolour look and easy to create! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  207. Love these. Pick me pls😸

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  208. This project is awesome. Love your tutorials

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  209. I love those stamps and I love your videos. Thanks for the chance to win. Hugs, Kathy

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  210. super cute cards! you can make your own pick me up tool with a tooth pick and some tombow liquid glue. just put some of the tombow on the end of the toothpick and let it dry. the tombow will stay tacky and will pick things up for you.

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  211. These are great! I am glad I found you on YouTube last month, so many great ideas.

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  212. I too, like this technique. It’s nice to experiment with different papers. Awesome cards.

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  213. Love this stamp set. I also want to try the block stamping. Very cool…

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  214. It amazes me how you can use such simple techniques, and come up with such elegant cards. Must be the artist’s eye. These are lovely.

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  215. I really like the simplicity of this card. The colorful background really shows through the focul point of the card. My favorite one by far was the octopus.

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  216. So inspiring to see how all these elements came together for such creative cards. Fun!

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  217. I love how simple the cards were. I am going to give it a try,

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  218. Easy artsy fun, my favorite kind!

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  219. Love the stamping techniques and all that you do. Thanks for the many unique lessons

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  220. Cute and easy way to give a little handmade joy to someone. Thank you for the chance and great idea!!

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  221. I love the octopus stamp. Stamping with ink on an acrylic block is so cool. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  222. I love the way you achieved the water color look with just a few inks and sprays of water on the stamping block. So easy and beautiful.

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  223. Gorgeous cards!

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  224. What a big payoff for such a simple technique! These cards are great looking and I feel like I could make something similar with the supplies I have on hand. I will be trying this for sure.

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  225. I really loved the simplicity of these cards yet the high impact that they produced when finished. They were very artsy but with little effort. I loved the look an the fact that you could whip up a bunch of great cards in no time and the embellishment ideas were endless. I loved the octopus and I loved the dainty pink sequins that you used with the koi fish. This is one giveaway that I would love to win. I have never won one and this would be a great one to win as my first! I love your YouTube channel Lindsay! Thanks for all of your great ideas!πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•πŸŽ¨πŸ–Œ

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  226. I really loved the simplicity of these cards yet the high impact that they produced when finished. They were very artsy but with little effort. I loved the look an the fact that you could whip up a bunch of great cards in no time and the embellishment ideas were endless. I loved the octopus and I loved the dainty pink sequins that you used with the koi fish. This is one giveaway that I would love to win. I have never won one and this would be a great one to win as my first! I love your YouTube channel Lindsay! Thanks for all of your great ideas!πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•πŸŽ¨πŸ–Œ

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  227. I just purchased some new washable Crayola markers so will give those a try as well as my small ink pads. I like the idea of using the rectangular block off to the side of the card. Thanks for a wonderful new way of card designing.

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  228. I had forgot about putting ink on block and spraying with water. Now I want to make some for quick gifts. I really liked the stamps you used. I’ve enjoyed watching your videos for some time now. I really enjoy your videos. Keep up the great work.

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  229. That octopus was screaming my name from deep, down under ……haha I adore those stamps. The sizes were awesome as well. Yay ArtNeko for great stamps…..Thanks for the tutorial my Maine friend.

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  230. Great tutorial! The cards turned out awesome. I love that it’s simple and I can use what I already have in my craft supplies. Thanks so much!

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  231. I love the octopus and the boat but have to say the octopus is my fave. Thanks for sharing.

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  232. Love your videos! You are a fantastic teacher. Appreciate how you keep things real. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  233. I love this card design. I’ve noticed that these three stamps are ones you tend to use often so I know they’d make a great starting point for me getting into cardmaking! hint! lol

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  234. Love those note cards! I have just started making my own cards after watching all of your videos. Would love to add those stamps to my small collection.

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  235. Wow!!! These cards are absolutely beautiful! !! That octopus stamp is sooooo my favorite! !!

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  236. Love the cards….simple and elegant…would love a chance to win the stamps.

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  237. I love the koi stamp and the others that you used. I love this technique too! There is something about inking a block up, spraying it and smooshing on paper! I loved it the last time you used this technique because I tried it, and it was not only fun, but it looked good too! Thanks for the give away!

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  238. Those cards are so cute! I like how simple yet fun they are

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  239. Being from New England, I love that you are the ‘frugal’ crafter! I just added you to my YouTube subscriptions and am always excited by the wonderfully inventive ways you create your art. Thanks for sharing your joy with the those of us who don’t have that creative genius in our dna.
    Patrice

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  240. Pretty cool project! I’ll have to try this. When I started stamping I did buy several of the Memento Dew Drops sets – I loved that I could get so many colors for not too much money.

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  241. I love everything sea themed things. Those cards are so pretty.

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  242. Thanks for mentioning the failures as well as the successes in your videos. It’s so frustrating when something doesn’t go right and I appreciate you showing your own ‘in the trash’ moments!

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  243. I love the bright colors and fanciful stamps!

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  244. Yea art has kept me very satisfied through the years!

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  245. You do great videos, and always seem to understand not everyone has every tool. πŸ™‚ Thanks

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  246. I absolutely love these cards. Such a simple idea but so effective. Love the little fish stamp, but the octopus is just amazing too and the boat is ideal for men’s cards. Stunning.

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  247. Love this technique and the lovely stamps! Thank you for all the great inspiration!! ❀️

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  248. What great cards, these stamps are a delight
    thanks for your wonderful tutorials

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  249. I love this technique!!! I can’t wait to try it! I think the octopus is amazing!

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  250. I need to try this technique…I love the ship…I have lots of ideas on how to use that stamp. Thank you for sharing your talent πŸ˜‰

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  251. I love these! Could you use watercolor crayons on the acrylic block? I think my favorite was the ship!

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  252. Simple and unique. Love the embellishments too!

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  253. Great job Lindsay……I already bought the ‘junk’ stamp from Art Neko and am enjoying it…but would love to win the other stamps!!! They all made wonderful cards!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  254. I love your videos! I am always so inspired to think outside the box!

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  255. Love your stamping videos! You’ve totally inspired me to start making my own cards. I’ve stared collecting some supplies and am getting into watercolor with stamping. Your tutorials are so easy to follow and great fun to watch!

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  256. Love the colors you used! The cards are beautiful!

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  257. Using ink blocks as stamps. Very creative!

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  258. This idea is so cool!!! Will definitely try this out!

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  259. Loved this idea, will try this!!

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  260. Wonderful colors and great ideas. I would love to have the stamps.

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  261. Just love your videos…please keep posting paintings for beginners 😊

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  262. Lindsay, Thanks for giving me another great technique to try. I absolutely love the card with the octopus.

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  263. Fabulous Cards Lindsay – Love the Seaside Stamps, they are wonderful & will go with lots & lots of things .. πŸ™‚ … xx

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  264. Lindsay you are wonderful !! These turned out great , love the using the block like that !! TFS,Kelly

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  265. I’m just starting to get into making my own cards. Watching your videos are so helpful. Thank you for sharing.

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  266. Love this video. I always enjoy your videos, have learned many frugal tips!

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  267. I always love your ideas! I don’t need to go out and buy all these crazy expensive supplies!

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  268. I watch and enjoy in Holland every video you make. Thanks Lindley.

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  269. Love your channel and your videos! Please enter me in the giveaway.Thanks!

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  270. I watch and enjoy in Holland every video you make. Thanks Lindsay

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  271. I love your tutorials.

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  272. You always inspire me to use what I have on hand and create items that I would be proud to send to a friend

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  273. Awesome cards…love these stamps. Thank you for another terrific video and the chance to win these cool stamps. ☺

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  274. Another great project!

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  275. I really look up to you and I aspire to develop my own style and use it to inspire others. Thank you for helping me realize what I want to do as I get older.

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  276. I love your work! You make everything look so easy…but I know better😊 I’m a beginner and I get a lot of inspiration from you. Thank you so much!

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  277. I love these cards Lindsay. Thank you for another great tutorial and a chance at wining the stamps.

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  278. You have inspired me a lot and I’ve started to create my own art and share it with others. Thank you.

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  279. I love the stamps you used from Art Neko. Using the acrylic block for
    the backgrounds is a great idea. Thank you for giving us a chance to
    win.

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  280. I really liked the watercolor effect you got with the stamp, my fav is the octopus!

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  281. Hi Lindsay, WOW, those cards are beautiful, simple, clean and crisp, TFS, Cheers Anna.

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  282. Your cards are unique and beautiful as always. Amazing video. It is easy to follow. Looking forward to more such card making ideas. Thank you for giving us such wonderful ideas for card making.

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  283. I can’t wait to try this tomorrow! Why do I have to always watch YouTube in bed? You make me wanna craft. πŸ’œ thank you so much for all the time you spend developing wonderful content for us!

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  284. Great as allways, πŸ˜ƒ

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  285. I always love your creativeness, great cards! Thanks for the chance!

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  286. Danke fΓΌr die MΓΆglichkeit auch von overseas am Give away teilzunehmen. Die Karte mit dem octopus ist so lustig. Linsay ist eine sehr kreative Frau und ich liebe die schnelle Art wie sie presentiert.

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  287. Hi Lindsay,
    Your cards turned out so darn Cute. Love that technique you showed Us w/ the stamp block. Definitely gonna try that. TY fornthe Wonderful opportunity to Win the Stamps used in your video. What Fun we could have w/ them. Love ur Videos. TY Lindsay for all the teaching you do. πŸ€—πŸ˜Š

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  288. Great tutorial! Your cards are beautiful!

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  289. I absolutely love your videos! I think you are so informative and inspiring. Please never stop! πŸ˜ƒ

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  290. I love this technique! Beautiful results!

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  291. What nice simple cards.Love the stamps.

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  292. Nice reminder of using blocks with inks

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  293. Newbie here, so I love this simple technique. Thank You!

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  294. I love the cards and the stamps.

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  295. I’ve been wanting to do this technique, but needed the inspiration -which you have given me! Love the stamps you used too.

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  296. Great idea and cards! I think the koi fish is my favorite, but love all 3! πŸ’•

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  297. Another great tutorial, thanks. X

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  298. Love your videos, especially the stamp school ones, I’ve learned so much from you!

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  299. I am a newbie to cardmaking and I am absolutely loving it! I have learned so much from you. Thank you for sharing the tip about using mini ink pads. That is what I am currently doing because they don’t take up much space. I always look forward to your videos and love watching the ones from the past!

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  300. You always amaze me with your creativity. This was a great technique and Mr. Octopus is so darn cute!. Hooray for ArtNeko. They have some of the greatest stamps.

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  301. Love this background idea. I always have a problem leaving white space, so this is a great project for me. Obsessed with octopus at the moment, as well. Thank you.

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  302. I have been watching you on youtube and I love your work…sooo talented….

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  303. What a wonderful idea, when people are lacking the incentive to send cards reignite their passion by sending them a home made card. No need for an occassion just do it.

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  304. this is a great technique for simple cards and I just love the stamps…especially Mr octopus..

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  305. The junkship card is adorable!

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  306. I like how elegant and simple these cards were! I think my favorite is the boat since the white showing through gives the illusion of sea foam.

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  307. I love this idea. I just got into card making so I love this sweet but simple tutorial. I would love to win <3. Thank you Lindsey

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  308. Very pretty they almost have a batik look about them.

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  309. As usual you make your art seem so simple; WHY is it that my stuff is always a battle to complete? I have learned so much for you about art; thanks for your videos!

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  310. I have a hard time coming up with ideas. So I was so happy when I came across your videos because the variety you provide really helps. My ten year old daughter is constantly asking to paint along side me, I am able to put on one of your tutorials and with your enthusiasm she’s off and painting. So thank you for your creativity just like my daughter we may start with your video and then once we get going the ideas just keep coming so thank you

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  311. I am always inspired to try a new technique or revisit an older technique I’ve not used in a while! Love your three cards, Lindsay! My favorite it the octopus one!

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  312. OMG! What fun and the out come of each is lovely! You always have such wonderful ideas. thank you!

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  313. The octopus is my favorite! Beautiful cards!

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  314. That is a great, easy technique! And I LOVE those stamps!

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  315. Wow!! Such pretty cards πŸ™‚ those nautical stamps are super cute, love the octopus.

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  316. Love the way it turns out. My favorit is the first one with the ship. Looks really great. I have to try this soon.

    Greetings from Germany

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  317. My favorite is the one with the Junk Fishing Boat. Thanks for all you do, Lindsay. Take care, sweet pea. πŸ˜ƒπŸ’–

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  318. I really loved the nautical theme. I love the idea for birthday cards for the men in my family since they all love to fish.

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  319. Beautiful cards Lindsay, as always. Wonderful clear directions too. The cards make such an impact but have lots of clean space.

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  320. What a fast cute idea for a simple card. Would be cute to make a set of them!! Thanks for all your ideas Lindsay!

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  321. So inspiring, as always! πŸ™‚

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  322. Love the simplicity of these cards. The contrast of the black against the colors. the stamps stamped very crisply. πŸ™‚

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  323. The cards came out really beautiful, I liked the block stamping a lot. It made such a nice background!

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  324. Wow I’d never have though to use acrylic blocks for stamping but the final result looks amazing! Love that sunset ombrΓ© on, absolutely gorgeous. I’m feeling very inspired! πŸ˜€

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  325. The water and ink backgrounds are lovely, I especially like the blues. After watching your vids using the memento tear drop inkpads, I invested in a small selection of their amazing colours and I’ve used them for ordinary stamping, but have not tried this technique – that needs to change :).

    I love the freedom with which you create. Thanks for inspiring us.

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  326. As always, a great job. I really love your tutorials. I learn a lot! Thanks!

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  327. Absolutely loved the simplicity of the technique but looked so good thx for sharing xx

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  328. Lindsay always learn something new when I watch your videos. This is a neat technique that I really want to try. You are so talented, my hubby even enjoys watching you paint!! Thanks for a chance to win those awesome stamps! Looking forward to watching your next videos!!

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  329. Hi, Lindsay,
    What a cool idea for using acrylic stamp blocks, I really love the effects it gave you for your little note cards.
    Thanks so much for giving us a chance to win the beautiful Art Nero stamps, especially as they are sometimes really difficult to find over here in the UK. I love each the nautical theme, especially I ally as I’m planning a article themed plaque for my sister to put I her new bathroom…I have to say that a nice stamped octopus would look really good at the bottom of it 😊.
    Bejay xx

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  330. I love this technique and these stamps are beautiful for it, with such great detail. I love the octopus. Thanks for sharing. I love all your videos. x

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  331. Thanks for a great video. Loved the stamp collections.

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  332. I really enjoyed this video & would love to win the stamps. I’ve now got to try this technique. Thanks !! 🌷🌷

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  333. I love watching your videos, and love these stamps. Thanks for the chance to win them x

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  334. Hi Lindsay, I really love these cards and the stamps are beautiful. Plus, I like nautical theme πŸ™‚ Thank you for the giveaway!

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  335. I loved this video content! I am a collector of all things nautical so this video when straight to my heart! Thanks for all you do! I love your channel!

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  336. I love the effect of the block printing. Especially the sea scale which looks like crashing waves! I haven’t tried it before so will be doing so very soon!! TFS x

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  337. Hello Linsey,
    This was really nice idea and simple too. I personally have not gotten into card making, but I have a friend here in Arkansas that does do card making. She is 69 and doesn’t have a lot of money for stamps, so if I was lucky enough to win this contest, I would be gifting to her. She is also a subscriber of yours.
    Sincerely Becky B from Arkansas

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  338. Very creative, I love all the color!

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  339. I would love to win the stamp set. I’m new to stamping but it’s alot of fun. Thanks for all your wonderful you tube videos. I really enjoy them….what a great idea to use your stamping block. I’m going to try that this weekend. Xxsharon

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  340. What an awesome combination of materials and beautiful projects ! These stamps are fantastic !!!

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  341. Thanks for sharing your techniques with us for making cards. I could use those stamps in birthday cards for grandchildren…..

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  342. Great work. Love it

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  343. All of these are are so cute and adorable…great technique…and these cards would be a great little gift…tfs…

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  344. I love watching your video’s πŸ™‚

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  345. I adore the octopus stamp love all your videos xxx

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  346. So cute. Loving the octopus stamp.

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  347. Great work! Love you creativity!

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  348. What an awesome idea to use the acrylic blocks.
    Love the colours used and the octopus looks fab!

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  349. I love all of these, but the octopus is my favorite! Love watching all you videos!!

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  350. I love your channel! It always gives me such good ideas to use all the wonderful supplies I already have. Thanks for your inspiration and creativity. I would also love to win the new stamp set!

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  351. Love these cards!!! Simple and clean….love those stamps and would love to win them!!!!!! Thanks for the chance to winπŸ’ž

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  352. Love the octopus one the colors are amazing! I have nephews that would love this for a birthday card

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  353. Great stamps, wonderful colors, and as always Lindsay, you do a fabulous job of explaining the techniques. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  354. Such cute cards Lindsey! And that octupus stamp is amazing!

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  355. Thank you so much, I always learn so much from you

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  356. I followed the link from another Youtube video to this video & my eyes went wide and “Wow” escaped my mouth immediately! I know you are inspired ~ how else could you come up with So many great ideas and create such beautiful work ~ no matter the media! Thank you Lindsay and God bless you for all you’ve done for me.

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  357. Thanks for the great ideas! I enjoy what you do!

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  358. I really love how these turned out for you. I am currently an fine arts major and I love encorporating things I have learned from crafting into my paintings, drawings, and ceramics. These would be so awesome to use!

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    • Congrats Jamie! I drew your name to win the stamps from today’s project! I will contact you via the email you provided for shipping details:)

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  359. FABULOUS!! Love the cards, envelopes and stamps. Thank you for sharing this! ❀

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  360. Going to give this a try as soon as my acrylic blocks arrive..thanks for all your inspiring ideas..

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  361. Love this idea and I am off to give it a try right now. Thank you.. LOVE those stamps!

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  362. This is so inspiring!!! Love it!

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  363. So simple and so beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration. Always a pleasure watching and learning from your videos.

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  364. Awesome technique! Can’t wait to try it!

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  365. Love your cards and videos. Thanks for sharing. And I agree that crafting is good for the soul when stressed.

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  366. Awesome video for pretty project quickly. Love the ink colors you chose and reall love those stamps, so sweet.

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  367. Wonderful cards. Great colors and simple designs.

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  368. Really cute cards! Love your artistry
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  369. Love the cards you made! And the stamps! I miss stamps so much. I ended up having to depart with mine a year ago when I discovered I had epilepsy and had to quit my job and I am still so sad not to have them. Good luck to everyone!

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  370. Love the Koi stamp .

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  371. Love the cards especially the octopus!!

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  372. Hi Lindsay,
    What an awesome idea:) Love the cards! Enjoy all your videos, but this seems super easy and your only using a few supplies. Keeping making videos. I have learned so much from watching them. Thanks, Rosie B.

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  373. You have Saved me sooooo much money!!!

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  374. I’ve never seen this technique before and it looks easy! Your enthusiastic personality is infectious! I will be trying this for my next cards. Thanks!

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  375. My daughter first found you when she was at Uni., she introduced me to you and we have watched, laughed, learned, been inspired and created like mad!. Living on an island, I love the sea and it’s creatures.

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  376. WOW…just WOW!!! Thanks so much, Lindsay. I love this idea and the way you make it all look so easy. Anytime I need to know a DIY for anything crafty, I look it up on your website. You are an amazing teacher and crafter!!

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  377. I’m always looking for cheap ways to create backgrounds…. this was a GREAT idea! Thank you for sharing.

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  378. Love the simplicity of these cards and they turned out gorgeous. I will be trying my hand at some. Love your you tube channel and look forward to your postings.

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  379. I have never used a stamp, but it looks like something I want to do. I watch you using them and it always looks like so much fun. Thanks for all you do.

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  380. I just love the octopus stamp! I have been watching your videos for awhile now and have learned so much. You are so talented and creative. Thank you!

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  381. I love the octopus stamp. I have been watching your videos for some time now and they always inspire me. Thank you so much!

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  382. Love the video and the technique of ink smooching. I grew up near the ocean and love all things nautical. Thanks for all your videos, I try not to miss a single one.

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  383. Sorry to hear wooden embellishments sold out but I do have metal anchors I bought at Michael’s several years ago(jewelry section). So it’s like u always say “use what u have”. Thanks so much for the lesson!

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  384. Love the fish stamp and the nautical wood shapes! Those are SO CUTE!

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  385. Loved this project! Thank you for sharing.

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  386. I love those cards. Will have to try that technique. Thanks for the idea!

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  387. Thanks for all you do!

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  388. These cards are so vivid. I have to send out some thank you/thinking of you cards and this is the perfect project for it.

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  389. Those cards are so easy to make and so amazing! Thanks again for sharing your talent with us. I can’t wait to try them.

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  390. Thanks for the great videos you share with us! I always learn something!

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  391. Cool project Lindsay !

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  392. I love these nautical, sea stamps. There are so many “cutsie” ones on the market, but I prefer real life looking ones (don’t know what that is called). Thanks for all your wonderful videos. You are so pretty and such a great teacher and artist. I wish I had a basement like you, but live in So. Calif. in a condo.
    Lost my wonderful husband 7 mos. ago and hope to keep busier with my card making- especially after I retire next year.

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  393. Hi Lindsay! Thank you for sharing your tevhnique and card ideas. I had seen the technique before, but was underwhelmed. However, when you paired them with the adorable Artneko stamps and wooden embellishments, the results are so much more stunning! Thank you for the inspiration and the giveaway, Lindsay.

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  394. Love these easy beautiful cards.

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  395. I love the simplicity of these cards!

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  396. Loved the way you used octopus stamp, useful tip!

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  397. I loved the tip for using drops of glitter glue as decoration!

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  398. I love all your videos and wonderful ideas! I am going to try this technique out tonight! Thank you!!

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  399. That looks like so much fun!

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  400. Cute stamps! Thank you for the tutorial & the chance to win!

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  401. I love these quick cards, thank you for the tutorial. πŸ™‚

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  402. I Really love the octopus stamp and your lovely cards.

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  403. Love that ship! Great cards and love the acrylic block printing technique

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  404. Awesome tutorial and the cards look great! I really like the layouts, very interesting. Thank you.

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  405. Love these stamps…and the cool backgrounds you made! I’m a landlocked girl…unless you count Lake Erie…which I refuse to do…lol!!!…but I love anything nautical! Would love these so much! Thanks Lindsay! ❀

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  406. Great video! Definitely want to try this! And I think I have everything you used, in my stash!

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  407. I’ve not used any artneko stamps before, but I’m loving the detail they have in them. The acrylic block background you’ve put in would be quite versatile. I may just have to try this out with our distress inks. Thank you so much for all that you so freely share.

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  408. Now that autumn is approaching fast here in the UK I’d love to spend some evenings having a go at stamping. Perhaps it will even become a new hobby. Thank you for all your inspiration and positivity Lindsay.

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  409. Such a great video Lyndsay, I absolutely love the stamps that you used

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  410. Love the octopus, great, unusual stamps

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  411. Thank you this fantastic tecnic.l just had to try for yourself, and certainly will continue to be used this.Wollow you on YouTube, and I have many ideas to your work.

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  412. All of them look like very cute stamps! πŸ™‚

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  413. Wowzers, I love everything to do with the ocean and these cards are gorgeous! They seem so simple – I can’t wait to try the acrylic block technique! I watch all of your videos but I only comment occasionally. I hope I still have a chance to win. Those stamps are beautiful, especially the octopus. Can’t wait to get my hands on these stamps! Thank you for always inspiring! Also thank you for the awesome video and geneous giveaway!

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  414. I love the fact that these can be made up ahead of time and be used for almost any occasion. Beautifully whimsical as well, nice to have in your stash! Absolutely love!

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  415. I really enjoy your cardmaking videos Lindsay. You are so real when it comes to mistakes and how to handle them. This tutorial was so simple and alas, I have all the supplies, minus the stamps of course. So, I am going to dive in a do a bunch of cards with this technique. Thanks so much for all your inspirations!

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  416. I am so so happy to have found your channel! And these cards look cute and easy to make too. Love that octopus stamp. I find I am liking the larger stamps lately!

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  417. I love the look of the backgrounds. I recently used the blocks for some backgrounds. Something so simple with so many different looks.

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  418. Great stamps and love the watercolor look to the ink.

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  419. Recently found your YouTube channel. I really connected to your watercolor tutorials, my own mother who passed recently was very talented with painting. I’ve been struggling to create since her death and have been wanting to try panting and mixed media. Your channel, specifically your watercraft olor sunflower tutorial (my mother’s favorite flower) have inspired me to try using her old watercolors. Thank you for all your videos.

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  420. Love the way you used the stamping blocks..can’t wait to give this a try…TFS

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  421. Just love all your work.

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  422. I love this technique! It’s simple, yet it looks like something that would require quite a bit of effort.

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  423. Awsome cards!

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  424. You always make the best unique cards. Thanks for posting!

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  425. You always make things look so easy. Love your videos and ideas.

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  426. Loved seeing you make these cute cards. Thank you for doing this giveaway. Good luck to everybody! πŸ™‚

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  427. Very inspiring, thank you for sharing. 😊

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  428. Thanks for showing us how to make these cards. They look great! Also, thanks for a chance at the givieaway.

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  429. The way you were able to use everything and make it into something beautiful is amazing. My favorite card would have to be the one with the waves and the ship.🌊

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  430. Love this technique. The octopus is my favorite!

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  431. Love this technique. Thanks for sharing!

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  432. -Great cards. Thank you for all your tutorials
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  433. Love all your inspirational videos. This block stamping idea is very simply and colorful.

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  434. Love the cards! You are AWESOME!!!

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  435. These cards are some of the best designs you have done, and I enjoy all your designs!

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  436. Amazing talent in so many different mediums. Thanks for your clear instruction, the tips you always include, and also acknowledging that it doesn’t take a lot of money to be creative and make lovely things.

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  437. What a cool technique! I am so going to try that today! LOVE anything nautical- these were awesome!

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  438. “It’s not a mistake, it’s an opportunity for embellishment.” LOL… Love how these cards turned out. I can’t wait to try this technique in my scrapbook. Thank you.

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  439. I love all your work. I especially liked the Octopus card as I love everything involved in “underwater” scenery. It may be winter here in Australia, but that doesn’t stop the love of the water!!r

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  440. Love it 😁❀️

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  441. I love ❀️ this idea
    Wonderful 😊

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  442. Loved the colours you used. That octopus is so adorable. Gorgeous cards.

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  443. I love the idea of using acrylic blocks alone for “stamping.”

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  444. thank you so much!!!

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  445. I never knew I could use the blocks to stamp ink, I love the result. Those stamps are gorgeous and some I could use for the men and boys…Yay. As always you share such wonderful information, Thank you.

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  446. Love your videos!

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  447. I’m leaning so much from you, thank you

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  448. Fun technigue

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  449. Thank you Lindsay! Thank you for allowing me the learn the craft from you and enjoy it every step of the way. I’m new to stamping and having a great time learning. I always enjoy watching your YouTube videos because not only do I learn new things but it almost makes my brain hurt with the all the new ideas that pop into my head because of them. I will be forever thankful to the stranger in hobby lobby who stopped to talk to me as I was in the stamp aisle because she told me about you and your YouTube videos. I’ve been hooked ever since.

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  450. Love these cards, the stamps are awesome, thanks for the chance to win!!

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  451. I’d love to do the background from the boat with the octopus! Beautiful as always!

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  452. I love your videos! You teach things very simply so that I actually try the techniques & they work out. Thanks for “turning me on” to pegstamps—love them!

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  453. Lindsay, great video thanx again for the giveaway! Hope I win but even if o don’t I will still watch and learn something everytime! Tessa

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  454. Hello Lindsay! I love your videos, and watch them all the time! You inspire me and you are a great teacher! Although I don’t have a lot of supplies, like stamps, inks, etc… I try to come up with alternatives. Because of this, I would really enjoy if I am in this giveaway! Thank you!

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  455. OMG! Those are freakin’ adorable. Love the sequin bubbles.

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  456. My favorite is the koi fish. I really like how the fish is half on/half off the color background, and the “bubbles” to the side.

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  457. Hi Lindsay…I love the stamp block technique. These little cards are adorable. The color combos are endless and what a great, fast, easy card set for gifts. I love your ideas & easy ways to get a fab look! The 23rd was my 77th Birthday & this win would be a great gift.

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  458. I love the bright colors and combinations of products!

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  459. What a simple, but striking idea! I will try it for sure.

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  460. LOVE your videos (and personality)! Love your colors and the “watercolor” look using just the acrylic. Love your stylistic sensibility!

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  461. Great video as usual! Love your channel. I’ve learned so so much with your help. I think the fish will be my next stamp purchase.

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  462. I’m just getting started stamping and I LOVE this idea! I have an acrylic block and some pretty stamps, so I think I’m going to try this.

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  463. I love those sea image stamps you used. The technique of watercolouring with a clear block appeals to me because it is more controlled use of colour, claer & vibrant

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  464. Love all you do for us. Thank You so much.

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  465. This maybe my favorite of all your projects.

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  466. I love these cards! The stamps are wonderful.

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  467. I love the Stamps and your artwork! You are so talented. Thanks for the chance. Hugs, Kathy

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  468. Already have a buncha inks…loved the πŸ™!…thanks for all your fun adorable & useable ideas

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  469. I may need that octopus stamp. I tease my husband about “hail hydra” all the time and threaten to purchase all the octopi! (Avengers reference)

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  470. Looks like an easy fun way to get a watercolorcan wash for your background. Then stamp and embellish to get a professional looking finish. Easy peasy, Thanks for sharing.

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  471. Beautiful and such a smart idea!!

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  472. I hadn’t heard from this technique, but it looks awesome!! And I love the stamps (love the sea)! Thanks for sharing (and your videos)!

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  473. I love that octopus stamp! So cool!

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  474. Love, love , love these cards!

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  475. Beautiful cards. I especially liked the Japanese Fishing Boat stamp & colors. I will definitely try the technique you used with the ink pads.

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  476. OMGosh…I just loved these cards, so different from anything I ever make. My brother lives near the ocean and I live so far away from it. These would be fun stamps to make cards for him with. I loved the ship one the most but the octopus was adorable..the fishing one well I have a niece and her husband who are always competing in bass tournament fishing these stamps would work for cards for them too..Love it!!!

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  477. Love the nautical theme!

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  478. What a quick and easy way to make painterly backgrounds! Love this!

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  479. Oh, I was just thinking about s way to use my wooden embellishments. Looks like I found the way. Thanks.

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  480. Great idea to smoosh ink from acrylic blocks! I use a piece of acetate…but I will be trying this technique. I love that octopus stamp!!

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  481. Wonderful technique. You inspire me to be more fearless in my crafting. Thank you!

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  482. awesome cards! And thanks for entering me for a chance at the stamp giveaway, I seriously need the octapus!

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  483. This technique looks amazing and super fun to try!

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  484. Love, love love the octopus!

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  485. I love these stamps, especially the octopus. They would be perfect to use in my multimedia journal. Thank you for sharing the video!

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  486. Mmmmm… potato chips. πŸ™‚

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  487. Love the way u incorporate these stamps in your art work….:)

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  488. Love, love, love this technique… so simple, yet so effective.

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  489. Love watching this and all your videos have really made me get back in to crafting

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  490. love the idea and the stamps! So do-able!
    Great tutorial and giveaway πŸ˜πŸŽ‰πŸ–Œ

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  491. I’m a huge fan of the blotchy look…… thanks for the giveaway!

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  492. I love these cute cards! Fabulous results, but so simple to do. I especially like the octopus stamp! Thank you for the inspiration and the chance to win.

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  493. I’d love to win these.

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  494. Thank you for sharing these easy to follow tutorials. They inspire me and give me confidence to try new things.

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  495. Such cute cards. My favorite is the octopus. Thanks for sharing this cool ink stamping idea. You are always showing me new things and I appreciate it.

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  496. What a terrific process… and no special tools needed!! Even better!! Thanks for posting this idea!

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  497. Such an easy technique but I love how you added the wooden embellishments to give it more dimension and interest. Thanks for the ideas!

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  498. I love these! I really appreciate how clear your presentations always are.
    Thanks for sharing your talent1

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  499. I really love the idea of using the acrylic block to stamp the background!

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  500. Great cards. I will be giving this a try.

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  501. I love fish stamps and watercolour fish. These are so pretty!

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  502. I enjoy your videos and would love to win these, many thanks x

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  503. Hi Lindsay, What would be a good paint to use on wooden embellishments?

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  504. I never thought card making would turn out to be this fun and you make it look so easy Lindsay :3 all your videos are very creative I just love em.

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  505. I love the octopus stamp. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  506. Hey Lindsay πŸ™‚ I loved the cards and the colors you chose are perfection. I just noticed you have 345K Subscribers! Wow, I’ve been subbed since around 7k. That just goes to show you’re doing everything right! TYFS πŸ™‚

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  507. super cute idea. I wil have to give this try.

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  508. Very awesome.

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  509. These turned out so cute. Exicted to try this. Thanks for showing us😍

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  510. My favorite card is the octopus one! Also like the sequins on the fish card!

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  511. Everything is so beautiful!

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  512. I can see what I will be doing tomorrow!
    Love this technique! Thank you for sharing!

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  513. I looooove these cards they are soo beautiful!! Lindsay you are the best!! Thank you πŸ™‚

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  514. Loving this process its giving me loads of ideas.

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  515. Hi there. Greetings from Germany. i m living very close the the northern sea and as is saw your cards, i realy felt that i need to have these stamps my self. Love them

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  516. Thank you for all the videos you inspire us with. I love them!

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  517. Hey! I honestly love your work! It can make anyone love art\craft! I tried this technique with normal water soluble markers and they worked perfectly! Stamp ink pads are kinda costly here but that’s alright! πŸ™‚

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  518. Love the technique and what beautiful colors… Thanks a lot for sharing it with us all.. πŸ™‚

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  519. Love the octopus one and the boat one. The artneko peg stamps you use are great as well. You make this look so easy that I might have a go at it. It’s cool the competition is workdwide. Often they aren’t which can be a bit disappointing. Anyway thanks for sharing and have a great day!

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  520. Love to see all the beautiful things you come up with! You trigger that “creative spark” in me!

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  521. You made it look so simple to do, but the outcome looked like it so much more labor intensive. Thanks for sharing all you do for us.

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  522. I love your nautical cards. They are simple but elegant and look like you could make them quickly. Thank you for sharing your talent. You are amazing.

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  523. I am just joining the stamping world after having been a Tangler and papercrafter and cake decorator. I am looking forward to seeing how the world of stamps will open up my atristic arena. Being a nautical fanatic, these stamps are a perfect start for my collection.

    Thank you for the opportunity.

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  524. Just discovered your blog today. I love the sea/nautical cards because they are quick and easy to make but look so polished when you are done. Thanks for sharing your knowledge, creativity, and gifts! Can’t wait to see more.

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  525. Wow what an interesting technique ! I love the look it gives ! Thanks for sharing !

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  526. Very effective technique for making simple yet elegant cards. I love all three samples, especially love the octopus.

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  527. Love your enthusiasm in showing these products. You are a natural teacher. The techniques are a fun way to make cards. Thank you for sharing your talents.

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  528. I love the colors you used and how these turned out. Never thought to use the ink like this!

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  529. Beautiful cards! Love your videos, great ideas and good explanations. Looking forward to more! I am a beginner and just bought these Memento drop ink Pads. The stamps would come in real handy dit a beginner like me who hasn’t tot a lot of supplies and Materials yet.

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  530. These stamps are terrific. . . .I especially like the octopus! Thanks for sharing, Lindsey.

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  531. These cards are to cute. I love the look you achieved using this technique. I can’t wait to give it a try myself. There’s always a need for a quick simple card. Thank you Lindsey.

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  532. Thanks for the great tutorial and a chance to win the stamps – you are the best!

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  533. Lovely video, will have to have a go. I really like the quirky stamps too. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  534. I Love The octopus card and I love your channel keep doing you hun

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  535. Hey Lindsey, thank you for making those great tutorials. I love your result and it is nice to see the process behind it. It is really helpfull when you explain which colors you are mixing so everyone can follow along. Thank you. I hope you will continue doing this.

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  536. The projects look great.

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  537. I like this technique. Another way to ,use what I’ve got, is always welcome.

    Thank you!

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  538. Love watching your video. Loved the stamps. Great technic too!

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  539. Love, love, love that octopus!!

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  540. Enjoyed the tutorial-you make it look so easy. Now all I need are the materials πŸ™‚

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  541. I really like these cards and need to try them πŸ˜€

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  542. Such simple techniques Lindsey with such great results. Definitely my kind of card making. A fabulous alternative to matting and layering. Thank you.

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  543. Really neat cards! After seeing the octopus I thought I would try my luck for the giveaway. All nice stamps but the octopus is amazing! Thanks for the chance! Good luck to all! 😊
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  544. I love all your videos. I really like the koi fish card the best, but I like all of the cards you made. Such a simple idea and very pretty. TFS and I really would love to win the give away. I have never purchased any stamps from art neko, but I have looked through what they have on their website. All their stamps are beautiful!

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  545. I think these cards are so great….easy yet artistic.

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  546. Ocean theme, my favorite. Beautiful cards

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  547. Everything is so adorable and the colors are awesome. Love your project box! A great idea for so many things! Thanks for all the sharing!!!

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  548. Love how clear your instructional videos are. You have taught me a lot. Thank you.

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  549. Wow, you make it look so easy. Great cards. Thanks for the give away.

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  550. I love this technique and I can’t believe that I have not tried it yet. I will definitely try it now. The stamps from Stamp Neko are great for this technique. TFS!
    Barb B. CZT

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  551. This looks like a simple technique that I do have everything I need to try it. Thanks for the idea.

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  552. This would be wonderful fun with my son. We love crafting.

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  553. love your videos! love your work!

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  554. I love the stamps but I really love your stamping technique of your background with acrylic blocks. A simple but beautiful way to get some background color but not overpowering the whole design.

    Thanks, Evie

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  555. Love these cards, love your videos. TFS.

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  556. Great techinque! Thanks for sharing.

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  557. I love how simple these cards were, especially since they looked like they took forever!

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  558. So glad I found you! I have had questions about so much and ran across a tutorial of yours. I am hooked. You are brilliant!

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  559. Love the nauticle theme. Wish i lived by a large body of water…maine would be perfect!!!

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  560. Love the colors and the stamps.

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  561. I really love this technique! I just got some new ink and can’t wait to try it with them.

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  562. Love the technique and the colors!

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  563. Hello Lindsay, my name is Carla and I live in Portugal. I just love your videos and ideas. I do crafts as a hobby and you just can’t imagine how difficult it is for me to find the stamps and inks you mention. Besides not having all the stores you have there, having to translate and figure out what that is in Portuguese, when I find some of the things, they are too expensive. Your frugal ideas are way too precious for me. Thank you for being on that side. Love. Carla.

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  564. Hello Lindsay, my name is Carla and I live in Portugal. I just love your videos and ideas. I do crafts as a hobby and you just can’t imagine how difficult it is for me to find the stamps and inks you mention. Besides not having all the stores you have there, having to translate and figure out what that is in Portuguese, when I find some of the things, they are too expensive. Your frugal ideas are way too precious for me. Thank you for being on that side. Love. Carla.

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  565. This is a fun peoject. I am goinv to try it with florals since I don’t jave any of the fun stamps you showed.

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  566. These look so fun. I can’t wait to make some cards! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas and your talent with us.

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  567. love the ideal of using the small stamp pads. Also really enjoyed the items you made. Thank you

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  568. This video came along when I was desperately needing inspiration. I have been wanting to do something sea related but simple. This is definitely simple enough! I also wanted to make cards that I didn’t need to color the image. This is perfect! I have been creatively blocked for awhile now and this sparked me right back up. Hoping to win these great stamps!

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  569. The gift fairs offer a variety of fashionable textile featuring different embroidery, printing and weaving. The clothing materials from Gujarat feature either Banni or Heer Bharat embroidery. The craftsmen from Rajasthan use Gota embroidery to design colorful clothing materials. The artisans of west Bengal use Kantha stitch to decorate the clothing materials. The craftsmen of Uttar Pradesh are famous for Zardozi and Chikan stitching patterns.

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  570. Love the cards and the stamps can’t wait to try this for myself thanks for sharing xx

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  571. Love the octopus card with the anchor! I still haven’t gotten the hang of this technique. I think I am using the wrong paper.

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  572. Really like how simple and easy these cards are to make. At first I thought why is she adding star sequins to the octopus then my brains all starfish are in the ocean that’s why.

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  573. I love getting and giving homemade cards and these are lovely. Gotta get the old stamp pad out dust it off and do some stamping. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  574. I love your channel and watching you make so many amazing cards! Thankyou for the inspiration!

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  575. Thanks for the tutorial. I’m still learning and love this idea.

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  576. Amazing cards! I love your channel and watching you create such great work! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  577. This is a great technique, I really need to try it. I love your videos, what makes you different is that you don’t bang on about what brands you must have to do something, it’s just ‘use what you have’ – love it.

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  578. These are so cool! I love working with watercolors!

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  579. Thanks so much for tutorial, love your no nonsense approach to crafting. Get in and get it done…Cheers

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  580. Love your tutorial! Hope I win the stamps–they are the cutest! As always–Great job!

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  581. Like how quick and easy these were to make! Thank – You for sharing all that you do! You are appreciated Lindsay!

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