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For those who adore the Stamp TV Kits!

Members: 2561
Latest Activity: on Saturday

New Stamp Tv Kit - Hearts & Flowers

The New Stamp Tv Kit:

Sunshine and Love

 

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Friday Funday Tutorial - Rustic Tags

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Amy Jun 3. 11 Replies

Welcome this week to ourStamp Tv Kit Addicts Friday Funday…Continue

Friday Funday - Distress Ink & Water Place Cards

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Bonnie Jan 11. 21 Replies

Hi everyone, I wanted to let you all know this will be my last post…Continue

Friday Funday!

Started by Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT. Last reply by Jan Brazier Nov 21, 2017. 5 Replies

Hello! Welcome to Friday Funday! Karen asked me to host this week and it as my pleasure!  However, to my slight horror and embarrassment, when I came over here to post, I realized I'd kind of confused this with the Mix It Up Monday when I prepared,…Continue

Tags: fabulouslabels, fabulousholidaylabels, stamptvkit, melanie, technique

Friday Funday - Inked Up Embossing Folder! :)

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Zoa Jean Warner Nov 10, 2017. 8 Replies

Welcome to this weeks Friday Funday Tutorial! This week we are going to…Continue

STVKC#39 - Fall / Giving Thanks Tag

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Dawn Skene Nov 3, 2017. 2 Replies

Hi Everyone! :) Welcome to this monthsStamp Tv Kit Addicts Group…Continue

Stamp TV Kit Addicts - Friday Funday - Eyelets and Twine

Started by Debrah Warner. Last reply by Selina Macisco Oct 31, 2017. 13 Replies

Welcome to this week's StampTV Kit Addicts - Friday Funday Tutorial! I…Continue

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Comment by Dawn Skene on Saturday

Hi, Kelly,  I think this is the video you are looking for:  http://stamptv.ning.com/video/layered-daisies-with-the-sunshine-and.... I tried searching for sunshine and love and release party but nothing came up. Then I looked at all of the videos, which are in chronological order, and found this one.

Comment by Kelly A. O'Donnell on Saturday

Hi everyone 

Say, does anybody know what my search query is to find the release party for Sunshine & Love?

Kelly :-)

Comment by Shelley V on Wednesday

Wow!  Bonnie, I never heard of that blog page.  Maybe it was before my StampTV involvement, but it sounds great!  That is definitely something I would be interested inn, too.

Comment by Diana Scott on Wednesday

I saw somewhere - not sure where - Gina said was delayed due the death of her Mother, but would be coming in August.  She said she is happy with what she was seeing. Hopefully soon - miss this site, chatter - all of it!  Hugs!

Comment by Bonnie on Wednesday

Yes, there is a place to make a blog post but there use to be  a whole area to create an actually blog page for just your blog. Two different things.

Comment by Shelley V on Wednesday

I just checked on "My Page" and the blog seems to still be available.  Check on the left side under "StampTV fan".  I'm thinking Gina said something about the new website coming in August, but I don't remember where I saw that.  That may have changed as well by now.  I'm looking forward to it as well, and like you, hope that some of the old features will be available again.

Comment by Bonnie on Wednesday

Yes, quiet is an understatement. Maybe our Karen HIghtower will see this and enlighten us. 

Don't think adding a blog has been available for quite a while. I know it once was but not seeing that option any more.

Comment by Judy Inukai on Wednesday

I haven't heard a thing Bonnie, and I haven't seen anything on FB either. Several weeks ago I asked if the pictures in our personal galleries would be moved or if we'd have to download them. I also wanted to know if we'd have the capability of doing our own blog like we do on this site. I haven't done that but thought it would be fun to do if the new site provides that. I did not get an answer, but I think I asked about the time Gina was in the process of moving and then her mom died and my question just got missed. I miss getting the email when people comment as well as the chat that goes on in this group. It's been way too quiet here.

Comment by Bonnie on Wednesday

Say, has there been any talk lately on the reveal of the new site? I for one am really looking forward to what that will hold and offer. Sure miss the challenges and ability to know when someone has commented on entries. Pretty sure those days are gone but will be interesting to see what the future holds.

Comment by Judy Inukai on Wednesday

Welcome Karen. You will get lots of inspiration here from the design team and lots of encouragement from the StampTV members. I started out using Prisma Colored Pencils and Marvy Matchables – ink pads that are about the size of the Tim Holtz pads with matching markers. This was early in my stamping life and I thought it was just me that they always looked streaky. Then the clerk at my local stamp store (now closed) suggested I try Copics. They sold the Ciao markers and I was hooked. I started buying a few at a time, then switched to the sketch markers. I found a metal bucket designed to hold a six pack, and thought it would be perfect for all my markers and pencils. I’ve continued to add to my Copic collection over the years buying one or two at a time at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby with coupons or at stamp shows.  I now have two buckets exclusively for Copics. My Prisma collection pretty much fills a large case like Gina uses. I bought a set of Spectrum Noir markers during the brief time Gina was selling them, but find them clumsy to use. The colored pencils might be easiest for a beginner, and are a lot less expensive, but if you can, get a few Copics and try them. There are a few websites that have recommendations for combos so you don’t have to buy them all. I have a few Zig markers, but just haven’t had much luck with them. Whatever coloring medium you use, the real key is practice, practice, practice. 

 

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