Addicted to Die Cutting – A new Mini Series (video)!

I’m so excited to be sharing with you another video mini series starting today.  I’ve decided to focus on Die Cutting as it has sooo many fun and versatile techniques, and lets face it, we have invested in them so we might as well use them!  I thought I would start off easy with this cute Lil’ Monster from AnnaBelle Stamps and his matching die.

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

Lil Monster - Detail
Lil Monster – Detail
Lil Monster
Lil Monster

Thanks for stopping by, promise I’ll be back soon!

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Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Peacock Blue, True Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Powder Blue, Cream, Lemon Yellow, Canary Yellow, Sand, Goldenrod, Dark Brown, Light Umber, Spanish Orange, Yellowed Orange, Chartreuse, Spring Green. White.

20 thoughts on “Addicted to Die Cutting – A new Mini Series (video)!

  1. Fabulous card. Miss 9 and I watched your video and she thinks you are pretty good. Thanks for the die cutting tip – I’m going to try that way next time. Looks so much easier than cutting then stamping. Looking forward to more great tips with die cutting.

  2. Love the card. Looking forward to your video series – I have a ton of dies. One question – when you were coloring it looked like you used a white pen or pencil to blend – what was that?

    1. Thanks so much for your lovely comment. To blend my Prismacolor Pencils I used White Odourless Spirit (Gamsol) and a blending stump, they are sometimes called tortillons as well.
      Hope this answers your question. Have a great day!

  3. Your so good with your videos. I’d be so nervous and stuttering all over the place (although it would make for a funny tutorial..). This little monster is so cute, it reminds me of Phoebe when she was younger with odd teeth here and there. I love that he is the star of the card too!

  4. Brilliant! what a great suggestion on using a template. I am always trying to stamp on the die and it just doesn’t work. thanks for taking the time to share this tip. I love all of your creations.

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