Time to do some enabling. Why? Because I have tons of kitting to do tonight and I would rather procrastinate. Anyone else that way? Maybe some of you are checking out this blog as a way of procrastinating. If that is the case, I am happy I could help. :) Hee.
Let's let the enabling begin…
The Quicker-Picker-Upper Thingy:
I got this when I was at Carol's rockin' store, Stampers Corner. What is this little tool? Well, it is intended to pick up Quickutz die-cut pieces. But I use it for lots of things. Wet stamped images. Little gems. Brads. I am not a big tool collector (I like to keep it simple), but this one is one I reach for often. You can find it HERE. It's real name is the QuickStik.
American Crafts New Goodies:
Oh my. I love this company. They are good people – I love to support companies with good people. And how could you not love THIS ribbon? Or THESE puffy letter stickers? I used them on a card a few days ago…
OK… now for Q&A's. I added a Q&A thing to the sidebar that I will slowly fill up. In the meantime, here are some others.
Q: How do you keep the crushed velvet flocking powder from rubbing off so easily? Im trying to use some on a card and I accidently smeared it with my finger…boooo! Can you help?
A: When I apply flocking stuff, I use Diamond Glaze. It is just a clear glue that holds BIG TIME. It is awesome. That way the stuff doesn't come off. You may want to try a liquid glue like this – it may work better.
Q: Can you Any chanve my local store could talk you into coming out to teach?
A: Oh boy, this is a question I hate to answer. I wish I could say yes, but I can't. I never have travelled to teach at local stores. I simply would hate to say yes to some and not to others. Also, I am trying to travel for work as little as possible, so I really only go to big shows, CHAs and rep shows. I LOVE to teach, so I get my fix by teaching locally… and by doing videos. 🙂
Q: Hello! This isn't about the blog, but I was just just wondering if you could do a card for a man. Somebody asked me to make one for them to give to an adult male. Hee. I have no idea what to do. Help me!
A: Ah… the "male cards." Those can be tough. :) I will try to do some in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, try these for inspiration: HERE and HERE.
OK… no more procrastinating. Have a good night!