Two simple Christmas gift tags using So Suzy Stamps

Christmas tags with So Suzy Stamps

Oh my, I love that you can create simple yet stunning projects with the new So Suzy Stamps release. If you have been visiting the So Suzy blog lately, you have seen some stunning cards from the design team. That’s why I thought that I share some Christmas gift tags with you. My video tutorial shows you how I created them step by step so you can try these techniques yourself. Do you have a favorite stamp in the release? There are a few and they are all gorgeous πŸ˜› Supplies Used Close Ups

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Layered Halloween cards using spooky So Suzy Stamps

Layered Halloween cards using spooky So Suzy Stamps

Last year So Suzy Stamps release a bunch of very spooky and different looking Halloween stamps. Because Halloween is my favorite season (in case you haven’t figured that out yet), I had to grab them this year again and create some fun, layered Halloween cards. In case you missed last years release video, you can find it here. Today’s cards are using a variety of layering techniques. I used some patterned paper, created my own patterns with stencils and combined all of these to create spooky Halloween cards. The sentiments from So Suzy stamps fit perfectly for the outside and …

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Watch me get fabulous – a snarky card with So Suzy Stamps

Watch me get fabulous - So Suzy Stamps snark

Who is ready for some snark from the latest So Suzy Stamps release? When I saw the “Watch me get fabulous” stamp I had to giggle quite a bit. Haven’t we all been in that situation at one point? I know I had that thought a couple of times in my life πŸ˜› This card is rather simple and I’m kind of surprised that I was capable of leaving that much white space. But let’s start at the beginning. I stamped the sentiment onto white card stock. For sentiments, I prefer Versafine ink. It’s deep black and leaves a crisp …

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The Queen of Snark Needs You to Protect the Crown

Snarky Card with So Suzy Stamps and Distress Ink, Distress Oxide

With this post I declare snark war. Miss Suzanne is trying to steal my crown, MY CROWN… Can you believe it?! I’m the Queen of Snark and no one messes with me. That’s why I’m calling all snarky ladies (and man, a male Queen of Snark would indeed be silly) to help me protecting Snarkland! I’m willing to share my crown with anyone, just to ensure she’s not sitting on the thrown! Join the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers for the current “S is for Silly” challenge for your chance to protect the Snarkdom! As you can probably guess, I brought …

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Distress Oxide 101 – DIY Colored Texture Paste

Welcome back to my next technique video for Distress Oxide 101. Have you seen all the other technique videos yet? Justine created a stunning card in her first video. In yesterday’s video I colored an envelope with Distress Oxide and created a matching card for it. Give away is Closed In my second video, I’m showing different ways on how to create your own colored texture paste using the Oxides. Wow, 3 great techniques and one more to come. Check out Justine’s channel tomorrow (April 7th) for the last part of the series. Thanks for joining Justine and me for …

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Suzanne’s Birthday Surprise Blog Hop

Suzanne's Birthday Surprise Blog Hop

Woot, woot! We are celebrating an amazing woman today, Miss Suzanne! I can’t tell you how lucky I am to have met her. She is my inspiration, my daily kick in the butt, and the most incredible stamp designer I know. She is my crafty superhero, Superman can go home (or to her, LOL). For your birthday I wish you that your dreams come true and all your plans work out. I wish you a humongous cake with Henry Cavill jumping out of it. I’m sending a huge hug, just for you with a little note on it, saying “stay …

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Video: So Suzy Special – Snowflakes are Kisses from Heaven

Snowflakes are Kisses from Heaven

Brrr, winter…Even though I’m living in California I need my warmer temperatures back. The only good thing about winter is snow (some might disagree with me), especially when you didn’t have snow for 3 years now. Good that So Suzy has such cute winter sentiments like this one: “Snowflakes are kisses from heaven.” *squeeee* I just recently made a trip to IKEA (needed some craft furniture πŸ˜› ) and I also brought some napkins home. Because these had snowflakes on them I thought that they would fit really good to the sentiment, so I created a mixed media style card …

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Video: So Suzy January Blog Hop – Glamorous Wedding Card

Welcome to the So Suzy Blog Hop, woohoo! I’m so glad that you are joining us for all the fun. If you arrived from Nupur’s blog, you are at the right place πŸ™‚ I thought that you had a lot to read throughout the hop already, so let’s mix things up with a short video. I had so much fun creating this glamorous wedding card using So Suzy’s stamps and the gorgeous Nuvo embossing powder in Glitter Noir. Have you tried one of these yet? If not, you should πŸ˜‰ I hope that you enjoyed my short video. My glamorous …

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Throw on a Crown – Celebrating Snarkfest

throw on a crown

New yhear, new challenges. Welcome to the Can You Case It challenge #144 using the colors Aqua and Watermelon. Because we are currently celebrating Snarkfest in the Snarky Stampers Facebook group (feel free to join πŸ˜‰ ), I wanted to create a silly card. The colors are perfect for my new gummy bear stamp set, so I went with three of them and I chose the “Throw on a crown” stamp from So Suzy Stamps. I started by stamping the three bears onto vellum, fuzzy cutting them and coloring them with Copics from the back. That gave them a more …

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Video: A Sparkly Thank You With Nuvo Glimmer Paste

sparkly thank you

Hi and welcome to a new year full of amazing adventures! Let’s start with a new video showing you how I created this sparkly Thank You card using Nuvo Glimmer Paste and some really neat dies. I’m starting to try products in different ways, that’s why I’m using the Glimmer Paste as a paint, versus a modelling paste. I think it turned out really nice πŸ˜› You might have seen that I used gloves for this technique. In general you don’t need to worry about getting the paste off of your hands. I just used gloves to keep the glimmer …

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