Thursday, August 2, 2012

Wonderful wonderfall

Hi stampers!  I'm back today with another card using stuff from the new Holiday Seasonal catalog and a video!  I wanted to make a video on the easiest way to use the wonderfall stamp set and autumn accents bigz die together.  Now, don't get confused and think this die is's not...but I have an easy trick to make it simple to cut and stamp!  I can't take credit for this idea though as it was shared on the main stage at convention.  YOU can go to convention next year if you join my team this month and get the SPOOKY and cute Halloween printer's tray!  And then we can hang in SLC next July and have so much fun and learn all kinds of tips and tricks!  :-)

So, here is the video showing you how to cut the leaves out first and then stamp using your stamp rubber side up.  It's much easier explained on the video than in words:-)

And here is the card I made.  This is another one using Pintrest for inspiration and taking a card that uses non-SU supplies and re-working it to use what I have! 
Stampin' Supplies:
Stamps:  Wonderfall, sweet essentials, distressed dots background
Paper:  Very vanilla, crumb cake, cajun craze
Ink:  Early espresso, more mustard, always artichoke
Accessories: Autumn accents bigz die, regals designer buttons, linen thread, corner rounder punch

I LOVE the combo of the distressed dots and the wonderfall set!  I sponged all the leaves to soften them up just a bit and I think the rounded corners make it a bit softer as well.  I hope you enjoyed the video.  If you don't already have the wonderfall set and matching die just click on the shop now button and get them!  They are so awesome!

Happy stamping!


  1. thanks for the video it was very helpful!! I also love this card! I may have to get this set!

  2. Thanks Mindy!! I didn't have this set on my list. Enabler!! :)

  3. Thanks a lot Mindy!! I didn't have this set on my must have list. Now I need it!! Enabler!! :)

  4. I am LOVING your videos!!!!! Thanks for this great tip - I sort of wanted to get this set & the die, but couldn't imagine how to "make it work" - cool technique!!

  5. Thanks for the tips, Mindy....I had seen this somewhere before but needed a refresher when a customer called me...she was so frustrated, and this was just the help she needed!


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