Using the Stampin’ Up!  Big Shot is one of the keys to making your projects stand out.  It doesn’t matter whether you are making cards, scrapbooking or some other special project like a basket.  Please watch the video to under what the Stampin’ Up! Big Shot can do for you.  If you would like to order it, here is the number #113439 and you can place the order with me by clicking here  Don’t forget you can get a FREE stamp from the Sale-a-bration catalog with every $50 you spend.  This ends March 31st.

However, you do not need the Big Shot for all the techniques. I have included other techniques for you to use in adding interest to your project.

Stampin’ Up! has come out with great videos to show you how to color.

Here are other great techniques to use your Big Shot.  It is called Embedded Embossing.  This is where your image is adhered or stamped before you use your embossing folder.


This is the second video on Embedded Embossing which will give your projects texture and dimensions.

The Bow Punch



Learn how to use the Stampin’ Up! aqua painter.

Now that you know how to use the Aqua Painter. Did you know that you can use Water or Rubbing Alcohol in the reservoir?  The question is which paper works the best with those liquids.

Let us review the best paper to use with the Water and Rubbing Alcohol with the Aqua Painter.

Water:  Watercolor, Shimmery

Rubbing Alcohol: Whisper White, Glossy

Learn how to use the sponge

Learn how easy it is to add paper piercing to your projects and cards.

Learn how to add color to the Brick Textured Embossing Folder

The latest in 2015-2016 Stampin’ Up! Catalog is the Triple Banner Punch.  See how easy it is to use.


Blender Pens are a wonderful way to color your cards and help blend the colors to look natural.

Brayer Technique

Coloring Your Ribbon



Dryer Sheet


Envelope Punch Board


Google Eye Tips


Shaker Card


Tearing Paper

Washi Tape


Heat and Stick

Baby Wipes


Sponge Dauber

Tissue Technique

Swoosh Technique


Adding Color to Embossing Folder

Gluing Vellum

Kissing Technique

Masking Technique

Dryer Sheet Technique

Painter’s Tape

Bow Builder Punch


Piercing Tool

Watercolor Pencils

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