Are you a button lover? I am! I love to use them on projects and in dishes as decor in my studio. I confess, I can get mesmerized just running my hands through a bowl full of buttons. If you are like me, you are going to LOVE the club I am going to tell you about!
I don’t want to brag, but I am kind of getting the hand of this video making thing! They are getting easier and the editing isn’t taking me hours any longer! I still have a hard time watching them back, I am a bit self-conscious of how much I ramble on or how loud I breathe, but all in all, I kind of think I am doing ok! Next up on my video list was to show you how to create a multicolored plaid background using the Mad For Plaid stencil.
Happy Grams are all about creating art that makes you smile. The stamps are all about images and words that bring a smile or bit of encouragement to your day. And this little cutie is a total smile inducer and is a new stamp in my Happy Grams 3 collection with Spellbinders.
When I got the opportunity to design stencils I knew right away that I was going to create a stencil that would enable everyone to make their own gingham backgrounds. You see, I am a HUGE gingham fan. I think I have bought every gingham scrapbook paper made. Even with a big stash, I never seem to have just the color I want to match my stamped image. Being able to use my ink to make my own gingham background is such a crafty dream come true.