Yesterday was a banner day and I hope you were there to enjoy it with us.
Did everything go right? Nope…probably because I wasn’t right there in the room to direct Ann. But she did okay anyway.
She’s been doing live online presentations for 5 or 6 years now. You just haven’t seen them if you weren’t part of our VIP stamping community, the Master Stampers.
But now there’s Facebook Live and the ability to go live on You Tube. Things change. And for the first time yesterday, Ann went live on both of them at the same time.
Other than pushing a button that turned the audio off for about a minute, she did okay. AND she remembered to bring me out at the end…just as you would honor any director.
If you missed it, you can watch it here…and then I’ll tell you where the correction is. (Those of you reading this in your email inbox, can click here to come see.)
Yesterday’s Live Online Presentation
When Ann talks about this tag, she reported that the tag topper die she used at the top was part of the Santa’s Sleigh Thinlits that the reindeer comes from.
It’s in the Hometown Greetings Edgelits Dies that are on page 34 of the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Seasonal Catalog. You can see them both here along with the stamp set she used:
Are you wondering how we finished the card we started on the video? Well, here it is…
But don’t you like the bling we added?
We colored the Clear Faceted Gem and Rhinestones with the Dark Bermuda Bay Blends Marker. Although it’s not the same color as Island Indigo, it’s close enough to coordinate.
I love it! Don’t you?
Card Making Supplies
Here’s what we used to make the card. You know, we send all our online shoppers a reusable handmade card and 4 cardmaking project tutuorials. Those that use the current host code – CJJ4FAFF – we’ll also add a little something extra in. You know – a little gifty of supplies.
- shop safely online – (You’ll love our reusable handmade cards we send you!)
- by phone – 530-674-5090
- by email or even in person!
- Earn free stamps with our Stampin’ Bucks!
- Shop our Rubber Stamp Garage Sale here.
What a great handmade card idea!