Tutorial Bundle Blog Hop
Welcome to the first tutorial bundle blog hop. You have seen me post many times about an exclusive tutorial created each month. This tutorial has been amazing. The delight is working with eleven other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who are MAD talented when creating this tutorial.
Why are we coming together for a blog hop? It’s simple. To inspire you.
Each designer will be using the stamp set or technique they chose to use for the February tutorial so you can get a taste of their creative design. It’s not the same idea thats listed in our tutorial, only the technique or stamp set.
Meet the designers…. they are all pretty amazing!
You can become a subscriber, you get 12 tutorials every month for six months – that is 72 tutorials all together for the next six months! These tutorials are EXCLUSIVE. They are NOT seen anywhere else on the internet. Cost to become a subscriber is $75. Basically, you are receiving the sixth tutorial FREE.
Subscribers receive the monthly tutorial on the first of each month delivered straight to their email. Interested in becoming a subscriber? Click HERE to read more information and become a subscriber.
Not interested in becoming a subscriber but would like to purchase the tutorials individually? No problem.
Each month the tutorials are available for $15 HERE. You will find current and past exclusive tutorials and the tutorials are automatically sent your email ready for download.
Purchase $50 in my Online Store and you will receive the tutorial for FREE for the current month.
My team receives this tutorial for FREE each month. It has been a fantastic resource for my team to use for business with the diverse projects shared in each tutorial. Sale-a-Bration is a great time to join Stampin’ Up! and I’d love to have you be a part of the Stampin’ by the Sea stamping community.
Below is a little sneak peek of our February tutorial. The projects are fantastic!!
Now, let’s create!!
For the February tutorial, I chose to use the Nailed It stamp set. I picked this stamp set more for a challenge than anything. Seeing how I’m not much of a “tool” girl. It was the perfect challenge, and I took it one step further.
I decided to create one card that was more frilly and another card with a splash of man! Let’s see how they came together.
The addition of the doily was the perfect addition of girly I was trying to achieve.
My favorite part of this card is the greeting. It’s not just a simple thanks, but thanks for building “ME” up. I LOVE this!
Tips & Tricks
- Watercolor using Dapper Denim and Smoky Slate ink onto Watercolor Paper measuring 4″ x 5-1/2″.
- Save 10% by purchasing the Nailed It bundle. This bundle includes the stamp set (clear or wood) and the Build It Framelits Dies. Click HERE to see this bundle.
- Two pieces of the Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper was added to the card front. This paper is fresh with modern designs perfect for the man card or an eclectic look with the great designs.
- Don’t forget to add the self-sticking Urban Underground Embellishments. You will see these are used on both card designs.
The Man Version
I wish making “man” cards would come easy for me to create. The fact is- they are NOT.
Once I got my groove on, the idea started to flow.
Tips & Tricks
- Using Crumb Cake cardstock, texture emboss the cardstock using the Hexagons Dynamic Embossing Folder. Then die cut using the Build It Framelit (hexagon die). Finally, attach the hexagons onto the Crumb Cake cardstock at the top.
- Stamp the hammer onto Smoky Slate and Dapper Denim cardstock with coordinating ink and die cut. Cut the bottom handle of the Dapper Denim hammer’s and attach to the stamped Smoky Slate hammers.
You will find all of the products used for todays cards in the clickable links below.
I’ve enjoyed working with the Nailed It bundle. Surprisingly I’ve made more girlie cards using this set than cards for a man. I guess a girl who loves a doily can turn any man set into something universal.
Now it’s time to see what the rest of the team has created. Your next stop is a dear friend and incredible designer, Kylie Bertucci.
I’ve always been inspired by Kylie’s work which is a clean simple style. Click the button below to follow the hop and see the work of this fun design team. You can see the entire line-up of designers for the tutorial bundle blog hop below.