Category Archives: Video

Circle Card Thinlits Video

Halloween ClosedI just love my fun Halloween card and make sure you watch my video to learn my tricks for make this card and I show you how to make the entire card.  At the end I give you a full supply list AND then I give you the cuttings guide for all the main pieces!  What could be better than that!

So…check out my post here for the card and don’t forget…this is the last week for the Early Bird Special for Create with Connie and Mary Fall Collection 2013!  You don’t want to miss it!

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!




Label Framelits Video

DSC00323I recently posted this fun card using the NEW Label Thinlits from Stampin’ Up!  I figured out a fun and easy way to add the DSP to the back panel (and yes….you can just change the size and use it for the top panel!) and I thought it would be fun to make a video to show this technique.

On the video the technique is shown on the first couple of minutes but then if you continue on…you will see how I made the whole card.  At the very end I give a supply list will all the sizes of everything you need…easy to get everything you need right there.

For more videos by me…just click on the video category!

So enjoy the video!  Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


Gift Card Holder

Oh…I’m soooo excited!!! It’s CONVENTION TIME!!! And Connie and I are going to convention AND we made 180 swaps to give out!

Now we know that not everyone is going to convention and well, we only have 180, so we thought we’d share a video so you can see how to make this quick and easy project!

Convention SwapThe Pop ‘n Cuts Card base is perfect for making quick and easy gift card holders.  Everything you need to know is in the video and it has a supply list which include cutting and scoring information at the end.

So…if you see us at convention stop by and say ‘hi’ and swap if we have any left.  If not, just think…now you can make your own!

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


Window Pane Video

Welcome everyone to another edition of StamperCamper’s Video Corner!  I just love adding window panes to my cards and am often asked how I do it.  I’ve created this tutorial just for you.  The first part of the tutorial is how to make the window pane.  That lasts about 1 1/2 minutes.  I’ve been asked by some folks to show how I make my cards so the rest of this video just shows me putting the Bee Happy card together and I give the dimension for each of the layers.

To find out more about these other cards I have made using the window pane technique, just click on the card and it will take you to the post describing it.

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Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


Embossing on Glass Ornament

For the November Tour de Freaks Blog hop, I shared a cute little ornament that I had embossed.  I also did this fun little ornament as one of the make and takes at my hostess appreciation party.  Embossing on glass is easy as can be!  I was asked “did you have any problems with the glass breaking from the heat”?  No I didn’t (even though these are very thin glass), but the first time I did it, I did emboss over the sink…JUST IN CASE!

Click on the picture below to see my original post on this ornament.

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Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


Paper Piercing Frames

I love creating paper pierced frames on my clean and simple cards and by combining templates you can create new looks. Check out my quick and easy video!  Click on the pictures below to learn more about these cards….











Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!

Apothecary Accents Treat Holder

I just love making these quick and easy treat holders.  Although this is for Christmas, you could easily change up the paper and make a treat for any special occasion.  What to see the details on the two I have posted?  Click on each of the pictures below to take you to the post for that project.






Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!




Acrylic Masks – video

Welcome to my very first video!  WOOOOO HOOO!!!  I’ve shared a couple cards where I used the Autumn Accents Die to create a mask from an acrylic (Window) sheet.  I love using Window Sheets for masks because they are much longer lasting and acrylic surface is great to pulling the ink into the open area.  Here I show you how to create the make and deal with the extra openings.

Here are the cards I did using this technique.  If you click on the picture it will take you to the post describing that card.



So grab your Autumn Accents Die, a piece of Window Sheet and some post-it notes and you are ready to go!  Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!