Hi Hollowers!

I have been teasing you with this card for a month or so but this week I finally had a few hours to sit down and film it, whilst the card can be completed in around 30 minutes, filming takes so long to get a perfect shoot (although there are a few comical mistakes thrown in!) but then editing it and getting all he photography done, each video is at least half a day work; I know lots of you blog and have asked me how to make a video so I will add this to a series after the summer as right now we are in the process of a major video upgrade and I can show you a before and after that way too.  Today however, we have the wonderful keepsake box card using the Concord & 9th Many Mandala’s stamp set and dies, I take you through each and every step of how to create stamp the Mandala right every time in only two stamp set-up’s, then we move onto cutting into the layers and how to make the box card.  First of all here is the video and then I have lots of wonderful pictures for you…

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and are itching to make your own, I just can’t bare to part with one of my samples, it will sit on my sample shelf for some time! I think Greg had as much fun doing the photos as I did crating it because we have lots…

I couldn’t choose a favorite and I hoped you would like to see them all!  I know this card look intimidating but honestly it really isn’t, if you follow the tips in the video it’s really very simple, the stamps and dies do all the work for you, and we all love those kinda cards!  Of course you will now be wanting to make you own so here is a supply list…


Thanks so much for stopping by today, don’t forget to com back on Sunday for my guest post at Elizabeth Craft Designs and I will be back on Facebook on Tuesday after our mini-break to Chicago.

Happy Stamping!