Thursday, January 22, 2015

VIDEO Stampin' Up! Painted Petals Pop-Up Diorama Card Tutorial

VIDEO Tutorial for Stampin' Up! Painted Petals Pop-Up Diorama Card  #stampinup #occasions www.juliedavison.com
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I was so honored to be asked to be a Guest Tutorial Author for Splitcoaststampers! My tutorial for the Pop-Up Diorama Card posted yesterday. You can check it out here. If you aren't familiar with SplitcoastStampers, it is an amazing online stamping community. You can access the hundreds of tutorials in the resource section for FREE! The gallery includes thousands of projects uploaded by users. The best part is that you can look for projects by specific stamp set. For example, if you are loving the Painted Petals stamp set I used on today's project, you can find dozens more ideas in the Painted Petals gallery here.

Back to today's project! I used the brand new Painted Petals stamp set from the Occasions Catalog to do this take on the Pop-Up Diorama Card I showcased in December. (Remember these?)
VIDEO Tutorial for Stampin' Up! Painted Petals Pop-Up Diorama Card  #stampinup #occasions www.juliedavison.com
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VIDEO Tutorial for Stampin' Up! Painted Petals Pop-Up Diorama Card  #stampinup #occasions www.juliedavison.com
Watch the video tutorial I created for SplitcoastStampers:

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2 comments:

Carol Carriveau said...

Love this idea, Julie and thank you very much for the video...my best way to really learn what you showed us!

Cornel Crafts said...

Julie,
I always look forward to your tutorials. I admire the manner in which you conduct them. You get right to the point and you are always clear and concise. Thank you for always sharing your ideas, and your talents. You continue to inspire me.

Joann