Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Sentiment Stamping and a Video...

I have a fun little CAS card and video to share today.  I have no idea what this technique is called.  I have seen it done quite a few times but I figured out a way to make it SUPER easy with the Misti. (Which maybe has been done already too...) Yes....I know I have been raving about this thing but I can't help it.  It's genius.

So here is my card....

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A fun little sentiment and flower from the Simon says set called Floral Bookmark....

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And here is the video on how I made it...So easy!




Hope you enjoyed the video! Thanks so much for stopping in!



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36 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous! I hope everyone makes it safely tomorrow with all the bad weather! I'll miss you guys tons!

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  2. A beautiful card/fabulous technique and a great video (love my MISTI)!

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  3. Simply beautiful! Thank you, Laurie

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  4. this is BRILLIANT. I can't wait until my misti arrives so I can try this! thanks so much for the video!

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  5. O the card was gorgeous. I love the way it turned out and thank you for sharing the technique. Enjoyed.

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  6. Fabulous idea! Can't wait to try this, Laurie... thanks for sharing!
    =] Michele

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  7. Great video! Thanks for taking the time to share ,Laurie!

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  8. Fabulous card and you just gave me the best idea for this stamp & die set........ I recently purchased the Misti and this is a cardmaker's dream come true. Thank You for sharing.

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  9. Laurie that is brilliant! I love that card and your video makes it look so easy! Thanks for sharing your technique!

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  10. Laurie, this card just jumped out at me and I keep looking at it and have played your video twice. I just got my MISTI so I can't wait to try it. I don't have that particular stamp set but I have plenty of PTI that I'm sure I can use!! Thanks for sharing this one.

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  11. Laurie I love this technique! Gorgeous card!!!! Thanks for the tutorial with the MISTI!

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  12. Love this Laurie, thanks for the video!

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  13. Okay I did get the video. Just took a little more time than I thought it would to come up. Thanks! Great card & technique!

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  14. This is simply stunning, Laurie!!! Love it!!! The MISTI is on my list of 'want to have things'!!!!
    Have a lovely day!!!

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  15. Great card and technique. I just bought the MISTI and can't wait to try this. What was the pad you used to clean the cover?

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  16. Didn't have time to check the video but, will...my MISTI arrived and haven't had a chance to try out...

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  17. Thanks for sharing this video. I just ordered my MISTI this week. Learning all I can thanks to videos like yours.

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  18. I can't thank you enough for this video! I've always wanted to try this technique, but couldn't figure out how to make the overly line up perfectly. Now I can!!! Love my MISTI!!

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  19. Thanks for the beautiful card and video. I enjoyed it so much I went right out and bought a MISTI !!!

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  20. I just got this stamp and die set from SSS, and I love your card design!!

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  21. I love this Laurie and I love that is shows another wonderful way to use our Misti! WooHOO!! ♥

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  22. Beautiful card and tutorial. Thank you.

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  23. You are a genius! This card is gorgeous. I miss you!!!

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  24. What a great card and fabulous technique! Can't wait to try it!

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  25. Love the card. Thanks for the video. Now I want a MISTI.

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  26. Very nice tutorial. Thanks

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  27. Beautiful card and cool technique!! Thanks for the video tutorial! I need to get a MISTI!!!

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  28. Fabulous!! I c ant wait to try this

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  29. The beauty of the shaped die cut is you could also use the negative space to make a second card (thinking like Jennifer McGuire here!), either by solid colour underneath or maybe by stamping the sentiment again underneath in the pink and green to mimic the head and stem of the flower.

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