Happy Friday!! How was everyone’s day today? I hope everyone had a fantastic day. I spent the morning grocery shopping and then my boys helped me clean the house. They are pretty good about helping me if I ask but usually, they do not volunteer to clean on their own. lol
Another Demo and I were brainstorming a few days ago and we came up with some challenges for our fellow Demos. We thought we could have them do a video on Thursday called 3 minute Thursdays and on Friday a Five-minute video. They just create a card or what ever they want with in a 3-minute video. They can edit the video and speed things up too. We are trying to help them get their feet wet in the video making department. The Demo I was working with did a video for Thursday and I did the Five minute Friday video. Here is the card I created
I used the Card Front Builders Thinlit Dies and the stamp set Glamper Greetings. That was one of the first stamp sets I received in my Stampin’ Up! Demo Kit. I love this stamp set so much and have used it a lot. I knew when the Card Front Builders Thinlit Dies came out I had to have them and use them with this stamp set. So I used Daffodil Delight as the card base which is an A2 card (4 1/4 by 11 and fold in half) and Basic Gray cardstock measured at 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 for the front. I used Snail Adhesive to glue the Basic Gray cardstock on the Daffodil Delight card base. I cut the trees out with Tranquil Tide cardstock and stamped out the camper and sentiment on Whisper White cardstock. I fussy cut the camper (used scissors). I colored the camper with the Stampin’ Up markers. I used Island Indigo, Pool Party, Soft Sky, Daffodil Delight, Smoky Slate, and Basic Gray. I also used the Stampin’ Up! fine tip glue pen and filled in some of the stars and moon and then sprinkled Dazzling Diamonds glitter over them. I glued the trees to the front of the card using the Multipurpose Liquid Glue. I used Stampin’ Dimensionals on the camper and I cut the sentiment out with the Classic Label Punch. I glued that down with snail adhesive. That was all it took to make this card. It is a very simple one to make. Here is the video I made and I think I am going to continue to do a 5 Minute Friday each Friday. What do you guys think of that?