It’s Here! It’s Here!


 Hello stamping friends!  Well, the LONG awaited video is here.  You should get a real kick out of this one.  The hardest part about making videos is not laughing through the whole thing.  After 5 takes, we did it.  My sweet friend Christy helped me with the video and if you knew her she is quite the crack up too.  So the two of us together makes a really fun filming team. 

The video is simple, nothing fancy!  It just shows you how I apply the stencil paste and then all the projects I have made with it.  Here is the picture of the project I am working on in the video.  It’s a special gift for convention.  I will post more details after convention once it’s complete.  This is just the front cover. 

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen Colorado Springs, CO




Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen Colorado Springs, CO











Hope you enjoy!  Back to lots of swaps!!

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27 thoughts on “It’s Here! It’s Here!”

  1. thank you for the great video, you did an awesome job. also thank you for the tutorial on stencil paste, off to get some tomorrow to give this a try. I absolutely love all the projects you have been creating with this technique.

  2. Kimberly, great video! Sometimes simple is better. You know the “less is more” phrase, so don’t worry you didn’t have the “other” stuff on your video. I have some of this paste and haven’t used it. So now I need to order some stencils…….. Thanks again.

  3. Connie Deibler

    Very nice. I love that Stampin’ Up! offers stencils now. The stencil paste really adds that extra touch. I can’t wait to try it.
    You did a great job on the tutorial. Thanks

  4. Awesome video – how cute are you?! I would way rather see your cute face than fancy scripting any day! I must try this. I’m off to Michael’s to get some stencil paste first thing tomorrow – I don’t have any of our stencils yet but I bet I can make some with my Big Shot and some window sheets. ooh stencil paste letters… and frames …and tulipes … see what you’ve started?

  5. What a great idea and thanks for the video. I agree, going to have to order those stencils.

  6. Thank you so much for the video – this stuff is not easy to find 🙁 I’ve admired your projects for some time and do not have a Hobby Lobby and I have looked HIGH and LOW for the product!! One day, if Hobby Lobby comes to my neck of the woods, this will be the first thing I purchase 🙂 But thanks for the inspiration and the ideas!! Just wondering, does the stencil paste ever crack over time?

  7. You are sooo CUTE!! I loved the video! Thanks for showing us how to do the stencil paste, now I have to have it! LOL! Thanks again for doing the video and making it simple enough for all of us. *Ü*

  8. Kimblery,
    Your video is wonderful! You did a great job and It’s so nice to actually see and hear you and not just see a photo. I want to be like you when I grow up! 🙂

    All the projects are beautiful and you explained the “how to’s very well. After seeing your tile idea on your blog a couple of days ago, I placed a SU order so I can copy your idea. Of course I will give you the credit.

  9. Kimberly – thank you so much for the wonderful video! You did a great job and now I’m inspired to try the stencils too. I love your blog and you are so talented! I look forward to more of your videos – bring ’em on!


  10. Kim,

    You go girl! What an awesome, professional job. I’m out to get some stencil paste tomorrow to give it a shot. Thanks for doing this video. Now I think I can do it too!


  11. Hey Kim, Your video was great-easy to follow and you were a natural.
    Your projects are beautiful.
    I made a trip to the US yesterday, went to Hobby Lobby and forgot to get the stencil paste…I wonder if Michaels will have this product?!
    Have a wonderful time at convention.

  12. Fabulous video, my friend – I love it!! I have all the stencils and need to get out my stencil paste and get to playin’! This will make some beautiful gifties!!! Thanks for sharing – you always have such wonderful ideas! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

  13. Thanks for the video Kimberly, you did an awesome job, I just loved to see you demoing the stencil and stencil paste. Please do more videos I love your style and your work is amazing.
    Thanks for sharing your talent.

  14. Kimberly! Thanks so much for the awesome video! I have those stencils due to arrive this week and can’t wait to get my hands on some stencil paste. Great job on your first video…more, more!

  15. I just found your blog via Corinne. Loved the video about stencil paste. I’ve never used the stuff but it looks so interesting that I’m ready to give it a whirl. Loved your blog and now I’m off to subscribe. The Christmas cards are beautiful.

  16. Wow is all I can say – I totally enjoyed your video – you are so fun!!! What fabulous projects you showed us too – thanks SO much for sharing your techniques with us on stencil paste – I’m off to Hobby Lobby to get some of this stuff!! quick question though – how
    “hardy” do you think the stencil paste is? On the photo album, do you think it will stand up to wear and tear? Thanks again for this inspiring video!

  17. wow Kimberly. this is beautiful!
    Hey, are you home? any trouble on the flight? My flight was delayed 2 hours.. so glad to be home!
    It was great to see you in SLC! See you in a month in St George!

  18. Kimberly
    Loved your video! It was nice to hear your voice.(you don’t talk like Candy,tho.) I wasn’t even interested in learning how to use Stencil Paste,but I think I may give it a try.I’m thinking Christmas cards.
    Congrats on being #2 demo…that’s great.I can’t imagine what #1 could possibly be doing that you aren’t.I’ll do my best to help you be #1 next year.
    Bear hugs

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