It isn't often that I create projects, film a walkthrough and upon final review, decide the cards just aren't where I want them to be. Today's video is exactly that. I have tips on staying organized as well as review the product changes coming on 5/4 with the new annual catalog.
Hey! I finally have access to the 2021-22 annual catalog PDF. This means I can break down all projects into either: carry over and/or retiring products! I will be disseting every project from now until the catalog launches on 5/4.
I will also be plotting my pre-go live order so I can start sharing new stuff early in April. And finally, I can begin work on the publich searchable ...
This video walks through the third project showcasing the five retiring in-colors. I stamp the inside and envelope live. Libby donated her three projects! Thank You Libby! Don't miss the photographs of her in colors projects at the end of the showcase. I hope these six projects inspire you to either buy these lovely colors or if you already have them, create something fun with them!
Today I am back on track with the second project showcasing the retiring in-colors. This project was a struggle to get "just right" and though it started out as the first of three showcase projects, it was the last one finished.
Here is the inspiration pin -> pin link.
The sheer volume of content that this kit warranted made me break up the video into two parts.
For Part one, I sped up some prep and stamping to keep it under thirty minutes and for part two I just gave up and let it go long.
The tips, tricks and designs make every minute of part two worthwhile.
Here is the link to part one ->...
I had grand ideas of stamping the inside and envelope in real time, but alas, I was not paying attention to placement and of course my work ended up off the screen, so...the introduction is rather abrupt. This is a great card design, the pin I used for inspiration is here -> pin link
This video encourages...
This year's game has one major change, there is no physical board! In addition there are no game pieces. I imagine the board and physical game pieces needed to be removed to eliminate the hand off of the board to redeem pieces for prizes.
You do still receive game tickets that have either a digital code, a discounted coupon or a free item coupon.
My video is informational only,...
This video dissects a many layers creation that is thicker than 1/4" USPS first class one ounce non-machinable criteria. I knew when I chose the pin to CASE that I would be going over the thickness, but this is my favorite type of card to make.
I made myself choose green or red, two colors I typically do not use with snowflake theme projects. I thought green would be a better fit. Here...