We hope you have enjoyed following us along on our ‘Tis the Seasons Video Hop featuring projects by and sponsored by SVGCuts. If you haven’t done it already, make sure you watch each of the five videos that were posted everyday starting on November 17th and collect all the code words that are somewhere in the video. If you have made it here to my blog, you are probably ready to enter your code words into the drawings to win one of five $20 gift cards to SVGCuts.com. One lucky entry will also win a Sizzix Big Shot on Thanksgiving Day (November 27th). And EVERYONE that enters all five words correctly wins a discount code for 25% off your purchase at SVGCuts.com (emailed on November 27th and only valid 11/27/14 and 11/28/14).
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We hope you have enjoyed our ‘Tis the Seasons Video Hop this week. I know we have had so much fun sharing our projects with you and showcasing some of the amazing files that are created by Leo and Mary at SVGCuts.com. If you have missed any of the videos, there are links at the end of this post to each of them. Make sure you haven’t missed any of them. There are some fun projects showing all the exciting and different ways you can use the SVG Cuts files.
Also, if you have been following along, you should have also been collecting all the code words to be entered in the drawings to win one of five $20 gift cards to SVGCuts.com. One entry will also win a Sizzix Big Shot and EVERYONE with the correct code words will receive a coupon code good for 25% off your purchase at SVGCuts.com on November 27th (Coupon valid November 27th and 28th ONLY). For more info on the contest and when the giveaways will be, check out my blog post . . . ‘Tis the Seasons Video Hop – The Final Stop.
Join myself and 4 other amazing crafters to celebrate the holiday season with a video hop featuring projects from SVGCuts. We will post a video every day for five days starting November 17th. These videos will feature five different and talented YouTube Crafters! Watch each day and collect code words. On the final day, fill out a small form with name, email and your correct code words to enter into a drawing for one of five $20 gift cards to SVGCuts.com!
Here is the hop order . . .
Happy Washi Wednesday! Hope everyone is having a fantastic day.
Today marks the first card in my new washi tape card series. I took a card I had made previously and put in my shop and revamped it for the upcoming Halloween holiday. I used an image from the newest Cricut cartridge Potions and Spells for my greeting on the front of the card (love the images on that cartridge by the way). I made my card base in Design Space also since I was cutting the image though you could skip this step and just cut it with a paper trimmer and fold it in half. The green words were cut out in outdoor vinyl (Oracal 651) to make assembly easier and save the need to attach the letters separately. I inked the edges of both the card and the rectangle in Ripe Persimmon Distress Ink and stamped a Stampabilities spider web in the corner. The Halloween washi tape I chose were from Queen & Co. (not sure if they are still available), the orange and purple were both from a Peachy Cheap offer and the white Beware tape is a dollar bin (Studio G?) tape from Joann’s. I finished it off with some tiny spiders from an older Close to My Heart set of woodblock stamps called Spinning Spider, a bling spider from Hobby Lobby and my favorite Wink of Stella pen.
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Hello everyone! I just wanted to let you know that I have decided to join my love of crafting with YouTube finally. YAY! I will be showing my shopping hauls, card creations, scrapbooking, stamping, Cricut tutorials and pretty much anything crafty. I will be doing a small giveaway within the next couple of weeks so make sure you head on over and subscribe so you know when the video comes out. You can find me on YouTube at my Shutterscape Creations Channel.
I’ve posted my first haul video on there last night. Just a small shopping trip that Rob and I took yesterday on our Labor Day off. There will be more coming very soon. I hope you will check it out and let me know what you think.
Hello! Now that most of us have had our Cricut Explore for a little while, we have started venturing out beyond the basics. Or maybe you are new to Cricut and are just learning. First, congrats on your new machine if you are a newbie! It is an amazing tool in our crafting world. The Explore has MANY new things it can do and they are constantly adding more features. One of the many awesome things the Cricut Explore can do is it has the ability to use fonts from your computer (system fonts). If you have never downloaded a font before, this may be a mystery to you. I will warn you though, once you start . . . it’s hard to stop. You will find before too long you have hundreds of fonts on your computer to pick from. Now, once it is downloaded, how do you use it in Design Space?
I have created a little video tutorial below that will decode the mystery of downloading a font onto your computer and using it in Design Space. BUT, the possibilities don’t stop there. Once you have that font installed it is available to use in ANY program on your computer that uses fonts. Watch the video then like, share and comment and let me know what you think. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me and I’d be happy to help.
Have a wonderful day and HAPPY CRAFTING!!
I have a fellow crafter and blogger that I love to follow. Her name is Melody Lane and she does awesome crafting videos and even has a daily vlog channel of other things she does in her day. Her website is full of great information and project ideas and there is always something to learn from her You Tube crafting tutorials. Today she posted a video on how to make your own colored foam adhesive and I just had to share. It is awesome and something I can’t believe I never thought of. Can’t wait to give it a try and save money making foam dots (or squares, strips, triangles, etc) in colors to match my project. Check out her sites and check out this video. It is and AWESOME idea!