Let’s Make Paisley with your Tiny Stamps!

Hi friends!  Today I’ll show you how to get a little more use from your little stamps!


This paisley design is fun and versatile as it can be used for adults and kids and many occasions! Watch the video to see how to turn your itty bitty stamps int a fun and bold paisley design!

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I hope you enjoyed this fun way to use your small stamps! I have a fun surprise for you next week that I can’t wait to share! Any guesses? Til next time happy crafting!


A 10 Minute Modern Country Card!

Hi friends! This quick card is cheerful and bright! Why not perk up someone’s day by sending something similar?


Feel free to change up the colors or sentiment to suit your needs. Learn how easy it is to make this in today’s tutorial!

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Masking and stenciling with a subdued color palette create the foundation for this summery country themed card. Switch up the sentiment to meet your card sending needs. Simple “enamel hearts” made with a heart punch and embossing powder complete the look. I hope you try these techniques in your next card and til next time happy crafting!

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