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Hello my Krazies!

I know it's been a LONG time since I posted and for that I'm sorry. I promise to try and do better.  I've had the last 2 days off and I have played NON STOP in my craft room. Oh the fun I had!  I practiced with stamping, pro markers and my Teresa Collins Stamp maker.  I didn't make anything worthy of showing you but I do have 2 videos to share.  One is showing you a few new things such as my coozies and my Clip it up system which cost WAY less then the actual clip it up system.



In the above video I showed you a lil sneak peak at my Stamp Maker - in this video I show you what I made and how I made it.  There are a few photos to go with it but I need to get them off my cell phone and uploaded here - so please check back in the next few hours so you can see the video's and photos.



Stamps, Stencils and Embossing all with one machine - pretty nifty stuff!

Ok, so as you can see I did a stamp, a stencil and an embossing plate. Click on the photo to enlarge.  I think my rubber stamps will get better with practice, I'm not much of a stencil fan so I probably will never make another one and the embossing plate is a great idea if I ever need a small embossed image. However the embossing plate was very difficult to use in my cuttlebug. I had to actually lay it on top of an embossing folder and then between the spacers. Maybe I should get one of those thin spacers.  Anyway it did work as you can see.  All 3 of these took just minutes to do.  Give it a try and let me know how yours turn out! 

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  1. The clip it up system is such a great idea! And thanks for showing the stamp maker! It's great to see videos from you! :-)

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  2. I can't wait to try to make stamps. Have you tried making any font stamps? I would get the whole stamp kit JUST to be able to make fonts! I'm assuming that they're photopolymer because of the light?

    Thanks for showing us! LOVE it! :)

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  3. I want to do name stamps but haven't had a chance to try it out. Software comes with the stamp maker for doing your own artwork, maybe I'll check it out later. Wouldn't that be fun?

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  4. OMG! Thank you for showing this to us. I haven't gotten it because I thought it was way more complicated than this. Hmmm...may have to get one now:) You did a GREAT job showing us:)

    Julie
    Cricut Chick

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  5. I love the covers for your machines and your scrap bag. Thanks for sharing your new goodies with us!
    Jennifer H.

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  6. looks like fun! this is on my wishlist too! glad to see your actually DOING something besides work!
    scrappinwithmybug

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  7. Hiya Tangee. Just stoppin' by to say "hi"!

    Your covers and scrap bag are gorgeous! Love your clip it up, too. TFS! :-)

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