COMING SOON!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OCTOBER 22, 2018 – OCTOBER 26, 2018!
The “Save the Crafty YouTuber Hop” will take place October 22, 2018 – October 26, 2018.
There are lots of amazing GIVEAWAY sponsors such as:
Jennifer McGuire Ink, Pink & Main, Sandy Allnock, Catherine Pooler, Pretty Pink Posh, Heffy Doodle, Craftin’ Desert Divas, Kindred Stamps, Tonic Studios, Kit and Clowder, Spellbinders, Altenew …AND MANY MORE!!!
My video will be on October 23rd. Please tune in for details on how to enter my giveaway and others!! There are TONS of giveaways so lots of chances to win! More details to follow on the date my video publishes… stay tuned!! 😉
If you saw my previous post HERE, you will have seen the giveaway hosted by Maymay Made It Crafts for World Cardmaking Day. Guess what?! Maymay has chosen the random winners who will each win a BIG Destash Box of craft goodies! Since I was a part of the World Cardmaking Day Giveaway Hop, I thought it would be good to also announce the winners here.
The 3 winners are:
Tina Williams Burns
If you are one of the winners, please contact Maymay Made It if you haven’t already. Please comment if you have any questions. Thanks to each of you for your participation. I will be back next week with another surprise!!
Hi everyone, I hope you’re well!
As a Design Team member with Maymay Made It Crafts, I am happy to be taking part in Maymay’s 1st World Cardmaking Day Hop! There will be 13 of us designers participating. Each of us were assigned a sentiment/theme by random drawing and mine is a fun one… Female Birthday Card! Please check out my tutorial video at the bottom of this post.
After you watch my video, head to Maymay’s blog post HERE. There, you will find all the links to the other videos and blog posts in this Hop Giveaway! Please be sure to subscribe to each member today so you never miss any of our projects!
How To Enter Maymay’s World Cardmaking Day Giveaway
Want to win a BIG destash box of new and gently used supplies from Maymay?
It’s simple to enter…
Just click on the “enter here” button in the form on Maymay’s blog post and answer one question to be entered. Good luck! We will use Random.org to choose the winner. Entries end on 10/11/18 – and after that, we will announce the winner! I will also announce the winner here, on the Multiplicity Crafts blog – so be sure to follow so you don’t miss it! 🙂
WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN NEXT POST
My Project for Maymay’s World Cardmaking Day Hop
I had a lot of fun creating this female birthday card! I used an emboss resist technique along with Distress Inks. To get the full tutorial, don’t forget to check out my video at the bottom of this post. Also, if you’re interested in any of the products I used to make this card, most are available to purchase online at Maymaymadeit.com. I used the following supplies:
Cardstock, MMI God’s Blessings Stamp set, MMI Memory Lane Stamp set, Cutter Bee Scissors, Distress Ink Minis, Acrylic Block, Versamark, Black Ink, Heat Tool, Embossing Powder, Glue, Foam Squares, and a Waterbrush.
Video Tutorial and World Cardmaking Day Info – Click video below!
Although I have been Bible Journaling on my own, it’s been a while since I have dedicated a video and blog post to this amazing art form! Today, I will be showing you how easy it is to use watercolor pencils in your Bible Art Journal!
Nuvo Watercolor Pencils
Lawn Fawn Ink
Watercolor pencils are very easy to work with since they are so forgiving. You can mix colors, intensify or mute colors, and much more! I have a full video posted below to give you all of the instructions on how I made this page. Also, if you are struggling with your penmanship (as I am), you might enjoy my post HERE. Thanks for stopping by today – God’s blessings to you and yours! 😉
Eclipse cards are so much fun to make… they’re like putting a jigsaw puzzle together where the pieces lock into place beautifully! Today, I will show you how to make an eclipse card and how easy it really is! To begin, you’ll need a few supplies.
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Patterned Cardstock Solid Heavyweight Cardstock
Neenah Solar White Card Base Cricut Machine (or metal letter dies)
Glue in a Fine Metal Tip Bottle Acrylic Stamping Block Cutter Bee Scissors
Scrapbook.com Stamp Set Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Step 1: Cut out six copies of each letter (in the word you are using) with your Cricut Machine or metal letter dies on solid heavyweight cardstock. Also cut the word onto your patterned cardstock card front, as well. Go ahead and adhere your card front to your card base.
Step 2: Stack and glue all of the layers of each letter together (as shown in the video below). Then, glue your stacked letters into the slots on your card front. They fit in just like a puzzle and will lock into place nicely.
Step 3: Embellish card with stamps, ephemera, bling, ribbon, glitter, or stickers as you choose. That’s all there is to it! So fun and so easy!
Check out my video tutorial below for an easy to follow visual guide! Thanks for stopping by today… Have a happy, crafty day! 🙂
If you’ve been crafting for a while, you are likely familiar with how to both heat emboss and dry emboss. However, we are welcoming new crafters to the community all the time. This quick tip on heat embossing is for newbies and seasoned crafters, alike. Whether you’re learning heat embossing for the first time, or you are looking for a refresher course with tips along the way – you’ve arrived at the right place! So, let’s get started!
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Heat Tool Versamark Ink (or Pigment Ink) Acrylic Block Stamp Sentiment/Image
Anti-Static Powder Tool (Embossing Buddy) Embossing Powder Cardstock
Paintbrush Alcohol-Free Baby Wipes Tweezers (optional)
Step 1: Begin by patting your anti-static powder tool (Embossing Buddy) over your cardstock. For tips on how to make your own, please see Jen Evers video HERE.
Step 2: Using Versamark Ink (or Pigment Ink), stamp your sentiment or image onto your cardstock paper. Afterwards, sprinkle embossing powder liberally over the top and tap off excess powder. Clean up stray powder flakes with a paintbrush or your finger tip.
Step 3: Allow your heat tool to warm up for a few seconds then apply heat to your paper. If needed, you can hold the paper with tweezers. You will see the heat embossing take place before your eyes. Once the image or sentiment is embossed, allow paper to cool. That’s it! Easy as pie! 😉
Please let me know in the comments section if you have any questions. I have another post about another form of embossing (called “Dry Embossing”) HERE. I’ve also posted a video below to help you further. Have a happy, crafty day!
That’s right – I have just posted my craft destash video!! I will have all of the specifics on the video in the description box. Please click on the YouTube logo in the lower corner of the video to view in YouTube – this will be how you can see the description box and comment. Enjoy! 🙂