New WOW! Video for My Mini Card Gift!

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Here is the 1 Minute to WOW! Video Tutorial I promised you with tips for creating yesterday’s 3 x 3 Mini Card and wood crate gift.  You can find the original post & supply list here.

Stampin Up Painted Harvest 3 x 3 Note Cards in Wood Crate Die Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

OOPS IN THE VIDEO!  Please note the holiday catalog year is 2017 (not 2016) and the flowers in the Painted Harvest photopolymer stamp set are sunflowers.  Holiday products will be available Sept. 1, when the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog begins.

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20 Comments:

  1. Mary what a great video as always. I love the mini cards. The flower is so stunning. What did you do with the dark part of the card on the bottom. Have a wonderful day.Hugs,Ellen Hinds

    • Thanks for your comment, Ellen. The dark part on the bottom of each card is a coordinating 1″ x 3″ piece of the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper. It’s the same as I used on the Wood Crate!

  2. Kadie in Arizona

    DARLING project Mary ……. And I totally agree that the Painted Harvest set is a MUST HAVE for the upcoming fall season.

  3. There’s something very calming about watching you stamp – and I love to hear your voice walk us through the process. I love these cards and the finished project.

  4. Maria Rodriguez

    Mary, love this sweet little gifts, they are always perfect to give to the teachers and coaches of my grandchildren.
    This is a gorgeous stamp set, thank you for this fun to watch video.
    XO
    Maria.

  5. Charlene Brummitt

    I can’t wait to try this stamp. Great card.

  6. Love spending Saturday mornings learning from you Mary! I was really struggling with this stamp set so your tips have given me a new look on how to use it. Also love the color you chose. But the tip on the crate was the best! I thought there was a lot of waste by having to use two sheets.

    Thanks so much for your inspiring tutorials!

  7. Awwww, I love that box and cards , that ribbon made it look sooooo lovely ,
    Tfs
    Hugs ♥️

  8. I agree, Frenchie. The gingham ribbon is the perfect touch!

  9. Sharon Allison

    Great ideas as per usual!

  10. Patricia Wilson

    Great tutorial and a good way to use up some of those little pieces of paper that seem to accumulate. I’m getting better with using them. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Thank-you for showing us that we can cut the crate from one sheet of paper and patch a small piece on the bottom. What a paper saver and I will remember that for future projects. Awesome! Thanks again!

  12. Dee Tollaksen

    OMG Mary, I have wasted so much of the Wood DSP, why didn’t I realize that little square wouldn’t even show inside the crate!?! Thanks so much for sharing!

  13. Thanks so much for the tip with the crate with one sheet of DSP! I do have a question about how you tied the ribbon with a loop first? Also how did you create the tag with the Melon Mambo flower/decoration?

  14. Thanks, Marcia. Glad the tips were helpful. I tied the gingham ribbon and then added the tag with a piece of linen thread (wrapping it around the knot), trimming off the ends. The tag is from Wood Crate dies and I used a tiny flower from Paisley Framelits for dressing up the tag “hole.” Here’s the original post for the project with more tips and supply list: https://stampinpretty.com/2017/08/painted-harvest-melon-mambo-3-x-3-minis.html

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