Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Happy Mother’s Day Video Tutorial

<Digimax S600 / Kenox S600 / Digimax Cyber 630>
And here’s the video to this post I posted on Sunday. Such great fun to make!
{Don’t forget, these cards are for sale in my Etsy shop}


  1. hi wendy this week over at craftycreationschallenges our theme is make your own flowers. we'd love to have you share this beautiful card with us :) hope to have you join us. :) shelly (dt)

  2. Hi, Your tutorial popped up on the front page of my igoogle and have just found you blog - love it thanks so much :0)

  3. Hi Wendy,
    my name is shifra and i leave in London.
    i found your blog and i absolutely loved it.
    most of the craft/card making blogs i red until today and i liked was from the us so it was nice to Fined something so creative in the UK.
    i watched all your videos and red all your posts. thanks very much shering. i have one question, where do you buy your supply ?
    i liked the alphabet foem stamps you used on the pink baby girl card, the fiskars brayer-mesh and the very wide ribbon you use quit often. forgive my english its not my my first language. thanks again and have a gr8 week:)

  4. @shifra thanks for your comment! I buy my craft stuff from a lot of places: eBay, online craft stores, craft shows at the Birmingham NEC etc. Just do a google search and you'll find many online stores selling crafting stuff. I'm lucky to have a local craft shop in my area. I also buy a lot of my ribbon from my local street market. UK 'homeware' shops like "The Range" and "Dunelm Mill" also have craft sections if that's any help.
    Your English is great by the way =)

  5. Thanks Wendy. I can not wait for your next card. I love the stamps you made yourself. I ordered a kit and I hope to get it tomorrow. just one question, I loved the fond you used for the word "mother" on the stamp you made for your last card, what font is it and where can I get it? I appreciate your patience to read my Comments and answer my questions. thanks again, shifra.

  6. @shifra I've been working on a few projects over the weekend, so my next card will be up soon...
    The font I used on the word 'mother' is called "scriptina" and I believe it comes with Windows XP. However, if your computer does not have it, you can download it for free at http://www.dafont.com/scriptina.font and install it direct to your computer.
    As for making your own stamps - yay! - another convert! But do read the instructions carefully before starting, it will be worth the extra time spent in the long run ;0)

  7. Great video tutorial and Mothers Day card, thanks for sharing.


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