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Best of Everything and NEW “WOW Video!

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Best of Everything, a new rubber stamp set from the 2011-2012 Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalog, offers simple, modern images and sentiments.  The Pocketful of Posies Designer Series Paper (also new) in the background and on the envelope keeps the look clean.

I have a new 1 Minute to "WOW" Video for you today with a quick tip on how to use a Blender Pen to "erase" ink.  Watch and learn!


  • Stampin up best of everything rubber stamp scallop circle punch 2 Stampin' Write Markers (Early Espresso and Pear Pizzazz) allow me to color the leaves and trunk on the same rubber stamp two different colors. 
  • I used Paper Snips to pop out the small flowers.  They are anchored with Early Espresso (Neutrals) Brads and curled up a bit for dimension.
  • Lining an envelope with coordinating designer series paper is such a rich finish.

DID YOU ENJOY THIS CARD AND VIDEO?  Please leave me a comment at the end of this post!  I love hearing from you.

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Stampin up best of everything rubber stamp scallop circle punch Stamp Set:  Best of Everything (W123534, C123536)
Paper:  Pocketful of Posies Designer Series Paper (122354), Early Espresso (119686), So Saffron (105118), Pear Pizzazz (119795), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Early Espresso (119670), So Saffron (105213), Early Espresso Stampin' Write Marker (119680), Pear Pizzazz Stampin' Write Marker (Assorted 2010-2012 In Colors, 119801)
Cool Tools:  1 3/8" Circle Punch (119860), 1 3/4" Scallop Circle Punch (119854), Pinking Hearts Border Punch (117649), Curly Label Punch (119851), Paper Snips (103579)
The Perfect Touch:  Neutrals Brads (119743), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

Whisper White Medium Envelope (107301), Pocketful of Posies Designer Series Paper (122354)

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0 thoughts on “Best of Everything and NEW “WOW Video!”

  1. It gives it such a pretty mother-of-pearl look to the card and makes it quite lovely. There were quite a few color layering techniques used on this card. First the stamping and watercoloring.

  2. i have the same problem, tried using q-tips then i tried my blender pens…they work great! hope that helps

  3. What a great card! Thank you for showcasing the Pocketful of Posies dsp; the catalog certainly does not do that set justice. Thanks for sharing the tip on erasing with the blender pen. What a great tool with all that it can do!

  4. Mary, This set and DSP are on my wishlist and soon than later after seeing your clean, crisp and sweet card. TFS

  5. I agree with Katy ~~ I passed over this set with my first order from the new catty. Leave it to Mary to make me think I need it on my 2nd order ;o)

  6. I use tape. It’s a little time consuming, but worth it. I stamp the section I DON’T want onto a piece of scoth tape. Cut that out & put it over the area, re-stamp, and peel off the tape. Then I’m ready to color in with markers of another color or leave blank. This also works with sentiments that I don’t want the whole thing ~ or atleast not in the same line. Hope this helps!

  7. I love this card! And for all the times I use my blender pend to apply color, I never thought to use them to remove color! What a great tip! Thanks Mary!

  8. Mary, you’ve done it again! This is absolutely brilliant – love the blender pen tip on “erasing” ink and creating a label for the back of the card. Love it!

  9. Another great use for the blender pens I love so much! Great WOW video and loved the card, as always.

  10. HI Mary!
    I just loved your “Best of Everything” card, and the great video tip with the blender pen. The One Minute To Wow videos are just the greatest!! Thanks so much for doing this for all of us.

  11. Great tip! BTW, why haven’t you told us you were one of the top demos in the country? 🙂 Awesome achievement!

  12. What is the best way to remove excess ink from a stamp before stamping on paper?. For instance, when I ink my Four Frames stamps, there if often excess ink in the center where I want it clear. I have been dabbing it with a wet wipe. Is there any way to avoid getting the ink in the center. I have clear mount stamps and the SU! acrylic block.

  13. Love your tip and your card. I might have skipped over this stamp set in the catty but now will have to take another look. Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. SUPER AWESOME WOW video tip Mary – who would have thunk to use our blender pen to REMOVE the ink from a stamp to add a new color to the space…..FABULOUS! Thanks for sharing yet another amazing tip with us. Hope you are enjoying Convention and come back with LOTS of new ideas and products to share (from the upcoming Holiday Mini Catalog).

  15. Hello ! I’m new member of your blog and I very love your work. This card is very nice ! Thanks for inspiration.

    Sonia Bluteau, Quebec city

  16. First time around this set did not make it into my wish list. Your card changed that! Love all aspects of today’s inspiration… 🙂

  17. WOW on the One Minute to WOW tutorial. Actually there are two cool tips: Using the blender pen as an eraser and the idea of putting that stamped piece on the back of a card. LOVE both! Thanks to you and your downline!

  18. Mary. I love all of your cards. They are all so pretty, neat, clean, refreshing, etc. LOVE the tip about removing color with the blender pen. THANK you for all that you share. Enjoy ALL of your posts. Can’t say thanks enough. Again, LOVE your posts.

  19. Good morning, Mary: This is a very pretty, clean and simple card. That’s a great tip, thank you for sharing it. One more thing to love about my blender pens!!

  20. Love the card. Thank you for sharing the tip on how to remove color using the blender pen. Really a cool idea!


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