Category Archives: Wonderwork Wednesday

Wonderwork Wednesday – One Sheet Wonder

Hello my friends.  Today is just a visual of the multitude of cards I made recently.  I have been taking part of an exchange of sorts.  I have sent out 40+ greeting cards to other demonstrators and lovers of Stampin’ Up.  This Random Act of Kindness is facilitated by a Australian Demonstrator Kylie Bertucci.  She is a very nice lady and has ranked #8 in the global 100 for Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators.  Anyway, I wanted to make a lot of cards all at once.  There are many one sheet wonder directions out there on the Internets and I do encourage you all to try them.  I thought that this would be a really nice topic to chat about during a FACEBOOK LIVE event for the month of March since I have never chatted about it before.

I am not sure of the date in March because my schedule may change and I need to hog the internet (so it’s best if my neighbours aren’t home).  That being said, you all are welcome to like my Facebook page so you can get a notice and I will do like I did before and set the date a day before it happens.  I will give you all the measurements then and show you exactly how they all come together by doing it right in front of you.  I encourage you to have a look at your stash and find one sheet of 12 by 12 patterned paper ready to go so we can do it together!

Enjoy the show and have nice day!

Wonderwork Wednesday – Colouring inside the lines

Hello everyone, I’m just popping in with a quick video today.  I had a chance a little while ago to colour one of my papers from the DSP Inside the lines.  I recorded the process so you can see how great the watercolor pencils with the blender pens are.  It’s a quick 5 min video and on Friday you will get to see how I use this paper too!  Have a great day you crafty people.

Wonderwork Wednesday – A Card Set

Hello there.  For Christmas this year I made my Mom and 2 older sisters each a card set.  I will share with you the box that I made to house them on Friday however today I just wanted to show you the process of mass producing.  Every step is done multiple times ( in order to save time).  Most of the time it will look like a bomb went off on your craft desk but I promise you, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.  I have been asked about the stamp positioner I use.  It’s called the MISTI (most incredible stamping tool invented) and it’s great for this type of creation.  You can find it at a website called  I am sure that I will get a few questions about the die that I used to cut the card front in a curve.  I have to be honest and say I cannot remember.  I have had it in my stash for years and I honestly don’t know from what company I bought them from.  It’s definitely not Stampin’ Up!.  At the time I made these cards the stamp set was still available for purchase.  However, it has since been removed from the clearance section and is officially retired.  I am sure that another stamp set can be substituted but I do apologize for showing you a retired item.  Anyway, enjoy the show.

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Wonderwork Wednesday – Cards I made from a giveaway winning

Hello and how are you?  I have been very busy at the salon and I am trying to catch up with all my Christmas Cards.  This kit sure came in handy as I am trying to fullfill my quota of Christmas Cards.  The story goes like this, I was watching a fellow Canadian YouTuber Amy R from Prairie Paper & Ink and entered her giveaway. To my great surprise I won the giveaway and was so surprised and happy. I love this kit. Please visit Amy’s Blog or channel to get more information on the products used in this video. Here is the direct link to the video I watched when I entered this giveaway. and here is a link showing her using the kit

Enjoy the video and please stop by Amy’s YouTube Channel.  She’s a fellow Canadian and if you like non-stampin’ up products i would recommend that you shop through her affiliate links.  She works as hard as me.  🙂

Wonderwork Wednesday – Dragonfly Coasters

Hello friends.  I am back with my regular scheduling here on the blog and I have unique project to share with you.  This little craft project is something that will fit for those quick gifts that you could make for the special people in your life.  Although this isn’t a journal page, it does have use some fun products.  Hope you like. 🙂