Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog
In my recent video I mentioned the dividers I’d made for And Many More. I thought I had already posted it, but I couldn’t find it. Here’s an image of the filled case and here it is empty so you can see the dividers.
And I have to admit that I alphabetized the stamps after I took the photo. I’m such a nerd!
This card and coordinating card box would make a great gift. It can easily be made in any color and for just about any occasion. I used the Envelope Punch Board and in the video I show how I used my chart (my most popular pin on Pinterest) to make it.
The video below shows the box using Lost Lagoon. I thought it looked better with silver, but I didn’t have any silver sequins. I show an alternate in the video and the directions have both options.
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In the video I mention my dividers for my And Many More wood-mount stamp case. I couldn’t find my post, so perhaps I never shared it. I’ll get to work on that one!
Last week I posted a card created by my 8 year old grandson. This week the guest designer is my 10 year old granddaughter. What with all the adventures and the kids and the dogs running around the house when we were home, I just knew I would not be able to find a quiet time for filming videos. So I decided to try videos with the kids creating cards. We all had so much fun! I hope you enjoy watching too.
We looked through my supplies with Evernote. If you want to know more about that, click here.
The grandkids are here for a couple of weeks and I’m remembering how hard it was to get anything done with kids in the house. The kids are loving spending time with the dogs, but there was just no chance in the world I was going to be able to find quiet to record a video. So I decided to invite them to help me.
This week, I helped my 8 year old grandson design this card. Didn’t he do a nice job? I don’t have a project planner all written out, but I think we included all the dimensions. Boy, the Stampin’ Scrub sure came in handy!