Video : Time to Meet the Little Lady at Ellen Hutson!

It’s release day at Ellen Hutson and I have 2 cards and a video to share with you using the sweet new Little Lady Stamp Set.

Isn’t it fun that this line of stamps is now becoming a family!  For my first card design I was bold and left the image as ‘line art’, this is something that I truly struggle with but it just seemed to work.

therese calvird - ellen hutson - little lady - totally random sayings vol 1 (card) 1 copy

My loose background was watercoloured with Gansai Tambi paints and the sentiment die cut with the Block Words and embossed using the Totally Random Sayings Vol 1.

therese calvird - ellen hutson - little lady - totally random sayings vol 1 (card) 1 copy

My next card is a real clean and simple design and it was fun to colour this Little Lady with some Prismacolor Pencils.

therese calvird - ellen hutson - little lady - totally random sayings vol 2 (card video) 1 copy

And this time the sentiment came from Totally Random Sayings Vol 2.

therese calvird - ellen hutson - little lady - totally random sayings vol 2 (card video) 1 copy

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube and I have a  POLL happening in my video and would love your feedback!

I’ve linked all of the products that I used today below or you can find them here at Ellen Hutson. You can find more inspiration at the Ellen Hutson Blog here.

And don’t go too far, I will be back in just a couple of days with some more release inspiration and a video sharing the new Leading Gentleman Stamp Set.  Hugs,

Therese signature 2

Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Sand / Light Peach / Peach / Spanish Orange / Orange / Goldenrod / Yellowed Orange / Pink / Process Red / Muted Turquoise / Mediterranean Blue / Lilac / Violet Blue / Light Cerulean Blue / True Blue / Yellow Chartreuse / Kelly Green / Sienna Brown / French Grey 90% / Warm Grey 50% – Gansai Tambi – Pale Aqua / Blue / Deep Blue / May Green.

Solar White 110
Solar White 110
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Neenah 80lb
Neenah 80lb
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Little Lady
Little Lady
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Little Lady Dies
Little Lady Dies
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Totally Random Sayings
Totally Random
Sayings Vol 1
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Totally Random Sayings Vol 2
Totally Random
Sayings Vol 2
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Black
Black
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Foam
Foam
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Bristol Smooth Cardstock
Bristol Smooth Cardstock
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Tuxedo Black
Tuxedo Black
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Block Words
Block Words
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Versamark Ink
Versamark Ink
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Onyx Black
Onyx Black
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Gansai Tambi 24
Gansai Tambi 24
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Silver 12
Silver 12
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Copic Markers
Copic Markers
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Prismacolor Pencils
Prismacolor Pencils
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White EP
White EP
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Powder Tool
Powder Tool
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Heat Tool
Heat Tool
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Spring Scissors
Spring Scissors
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Scissors
Scissors
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Bigshot
Bigshot
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Gemini Junior
Gemini Junior
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Stamp Blocks
Stamp Blocks
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MISTI
MISTI
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ATG
ATG
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Scor Tape 1/2
Scor Tape 1/2
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Foam Squares
Foam Squares
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Foam Squares small
Foam Squares small
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Foam Squares
Foam Squares
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Painters Tape
Painters Tape
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17 thoughts on “Video : Time to Meet the Little Lady at Ellen Hutson!

  1. I give her a big thumbs up, my friend … an adorable addition to our family, I think! I’ll tell you my ‘bib- overall’ story after I watch your video… xx
    =]

  2. This stamp is sweet. Your card is excellent! Your video is wonderful! I rarely use my stamp blocks, I prefer using Misti even though Misti cards take me long time; however the precision is very helpful to me.

    1. ooh are you a perfectionist? I agree I think it’s a time thing why I often still reach for my blocks, they ‘seem’ quicker. Thanks so much for your response! Crafty hugs, Therese

  3. This little lady is so cute. Love your cards! I use my Misti a lot, mostly for things I know will need to be stamped more than once. But I do use my blocks fairly often, too.

  4. love these new stamps. I use my misti mostly but only use my blocks for small stamps. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. SO cute! Love the lollipops coming down. Looks like she caught one! I have to say that I use my blocks more than my stamp positioning tool. I use the latter if I want to stamp more than once or am using multiple stamps at once or want to make sure I get something straight. Otherwise, I still use my blocks. Thanks for asking … I’ve been wondering too! Thanks for the video.

  6. I love this card. The little girl is adorable. I use the Misti and blocks. It depends on what I’m doing as to which. Sometimes on a card, I’ll use both. But I probably use the Misti more.

  7. You’re so funny! I do notice that you use the blocks on many of your videos, but you’re really good with them. I’m better with the Misti, so that’s what I tend to use most often. One of my granddaughters turns 11 next month, and to compliment the trimmer/scoreboard we got her for Christmas, she’s getting a stamp set or two, and a set of acrylic blocks for her birthday. I think it’s important to know how to use them properly before investing in more expensive tools. Love both of your cards, and especially love the cascading lollypops! Your coloring is pretty darn incredible, I might add! Always fun to stop in and see what you’ve made! Happy 2019. xo Bev

  8. Your little ladies are a delight, Therese … both of them! That’s such a pretty watercolour background for her in line art form … and I do love that cascade of bright lollipops in the colour version. Always inspiring to see you colouring. Blocks v Misti … some of each, much like you … blocks for quick stamping, though if there’s a risk of messing up after a lot of work, or a need for multiples, it’ll be Misti that takes the strain. Wouldn’t like to do without either of them really! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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