Thursday, June 13, 2013

2 Virtual Smooches videos with Savannah O'Gwynn

Hello, friends:}

Savannah O'Gwynn here, and today I'm sharing TWO videos!!! **I do apologize in advance for my lighting and movement of my camera! I have no idea what was going on while I was recording! :(

For the first video, I decided to do a revisit for my cross-stamp-stitching technique because I had a couple of emails asking for more information. Here's the video:

Here's a couple of pictures of my nephew's card from the video:
Happy birthday, Eyob!!! 
And then I even stamped on the inside of my card-- nothing fancy... but it's a start:)

I share how to dress up your notebook covers in my second video! I also share that I'm addicted to paper-- and that's where I got my idea for this project! These notebooks are a great gift for just about anyone and for any occasion. And since there are so many Paper Smooches dies and stamps, the possibilities and designs for your notebook cover are endless! LOVE LOVE LOVE! This is a great way to use literally ANY PS die!! 

Here's the video:

Here's a couple of pictures of my notebook covers:
You can also add random coordinating stamps throughout the notebook for extra fun! 

I really hope that you will try creating a new notebook cover or dressing up your notebook cover using Paper Smooches dies and stamps. Please leave a comment below with a link to your project! I'd love to check it out:) 

**And don't forget if you leave a comment, please add your blog address and email so I can visit you too:) love hearing from the VS followers when you've created something based off of one of our videos:) So keep leaving comments and links!!! 

I hope that you will send me pics of you watching our VS videos, as well as links to your creations using some of our techniques!!! 

THANKS so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

You are AMAZING!! I just loveeeeeeeee your projects and your videos that you have shared today!!

Meghan said...

These projects are seriously clever! Love them!

MOM said...

Yes, Savannah has always loved Paper, Shoes and Purses!!! Love what you can do to a notebook to dress it up!!!

MOM said...

Your cards are really one of a kind! Love the way you share how you make things in your videos! Makes me think I can do it! (:

Michael Nunez said...

I do have to say, as a guy, this is quite interesting. Are there die's out there that are big enough to put airplanes on my notebooks at work????? :) Actually, not on mine but on the kids notebooks at home. Loved the video!

cm said...

Amazing, adorable, and absolutely awesome (just like you!). Love both these videos - great techniques, new ideas, major inspiration! The comments you've received here are fantastic, esp. from your mom and Michael, asking about airplane dies. Hmmmm...maybe something to add to Kim's "must make" list. Hope you're having an excellent day! Again: LOVE LOVE AND LOVE your videos!!!

Michael Nunez said... I officially am hooked on your videos. I think it is pretty cool how you did Eyob's card. I thought it was printed on a computer program. But I stand corrected. You should open a shop here locally and give classes and sell your items.

Lisa said...

My name is Lisa and I'm seriously addicted to little notebooks too!!! Thanks for this cute cute video Savannah and the revisit of your cross stiching. You ROCK my friend!!!

Alice Wertz said...

your dinosaur is so super cute! perfect card for boys! and you are so clever to die cut on the cover of the notebooks!!! never thought to do that! thanks so much for the videos and for the inspiration! you are amazing, Savannah!

Pam said...

Your dino card is just adorable!! And I love your notebooks! What a fun way to dress then up!! tfs!!

Janet said...

Great idea to die cut a little notebook definitely going to have to try it out! Need to search out putting the elastic string in from the coloring book video~! God bless~

Jessica said...

fun techniques, love the little notebooks! they're so cute! thanks so much for sharing all your fabulous ideas!!! :)

Juilien Jiang said...

I love the cross-stitched dinosaur. You are incredible amazing to use this little x stamp with the cross-stitching idea. I am sure to try this technique. Thanks for sharing!