I am so excited! Before I share today’s Stampin’ Up! video tutorial I wanted to share some exciting news! If you’ve followed me for awhile then you know that I was a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator from 2006-2011. From the end of 2007 until 2011, I was posting all my Stampin’ Up! projects to my Sunny Stampin’ blog (which was here on www.andreawalford.com). In 2013, when I shut down my site on this domain and moved my blog, I thought that I had lost everything.
It turns out that my sweet friend, and go-to-web expert Amy Celona – who also hosts my blog – was able to recover ALL of my Stampin’ Up! blog posts and she has uploaded them all here for me! That means that when you now click on my archives menu in the right sidebar of my blog, you’ll now see all my posts going back to late 2007! So if you’re looking for old tutorials I created, you’ll now find them here. Isn’t that awesome?
Today I thought I would share with you a video tutorial for a Stampin’ Up! card I created a couple of weeks ago. It was my first video tutorial since coming back online – so first video tutorial in a year. As it’s been so long, and I moved the location of my studio, I’m still working out all the little details – sound, lighting etc. So it’s not necessarily the best quality, but it’s not too bad.
Just an FYI – in case you were wondering – I am still trying to figure out why the social sharing icons are so enormous! Hopefully I will be able to fix that soon!
You can watch the video tutorial below (please refresh your page if you do not see the video player):
I hope you enjoyed this video tutorial.
Interested in purchasing some of the Stampin’ Up! products you saw me use?
All the supplies used in making this card are Stampin’ Up!. They are shown below along with their item number and price in Canadian dollars. When you click on the link you’ll be taken to that item in my Stampin’ Up! online store – from there you just have to add to cart. Please note that I can only accept and ship orders for Stampin’ Up! products within Canada. Online classes as well as original cards and artwork (when available) are sold worldwide and are priced in US dollars (as all the services I use to run the online aspect of my business are based out of the US).
Choose a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue for every $60 you spend before shipping and taxes until March 31st, 2017.