Thursday, March 21, 2019

Stamping Around the World Blog Hop - International Day of Forests


The Stamping Around the World ladies have put together another amazing tutorial bundle! This month we had a few guest designers, so we actually have a total of twelve projects! Don't forget that the only way you can get these awesome projects is to purchase from one of the participating demonstrators, either the tutorial bundle itself or by placing a minimum product order (then you get it for FREE!). You can also join any one of our teams, as we do share this with out downlines. Here's a sneak peek at the projects...


This month's blog hop card I started out with the Rooted in Nature stamp set that I used for my tutorial project, and then just kept going! I used the Stamparatus Smack technique again, just with different colors. I LOVE this technique, it's just so easy and fun! Check out the video below to see me teaching one of my friends how to do it.




Here's the video of me teaching this fun technique! Enjoy!



Hop along the blog train to Margriet's blog and check out what everyone else has created. Enjoy!



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7 comments:

  1. I never had thought to use the Stamparatus in the way you did on these cards. A super technique.

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  2. Both of these stamp sets are in my favorite list!! I love that you can get so many looks with both of them!! thanks for sharing these cards!
    Allie

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  3. Lovely cards and I enjoyed your video with the slap method. I've got to try that!

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  4. Thanks Stef, I had have never heard of the smash technique, its fabulous x

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  5. oh, I like the smacking part. Def will try this technique. The cards look awesome. And how cool you are smacking it with your ex-future-mother-in-law? LOL!

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  6. Very Pretty Cards! Thanks For Sharing!

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  7. These are great Stefanie. I will have to check the technique out. Thanks for showing us.

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