Blog Candy!!!

Posted by on March 3, 2014 in Promotions | 39 comments

Yesterday I announced I had reached 5000 subscribers to my YouTube Channel:

and wanted to celebrate with some Blog Candy πŸ™‚Β  These items are brand new, never opened, never used:

  • Perfectly You (clear mount) retired Hostess stamp set
  • Tags 4 You (clear mount) stamp set
  • Sycamore Street Designer Series Buttons (retiredΒ and coordinates with Rich Razzleberry, Tangerine Tango, Pool Party)
  • Tangerine Tango retired ribbon (5 yds)
  • Happy Hello Simply Sent Kit (create 8 cards)


Blog Candy


The Perfectly You stamp set coordinates with the Hexagon punch and Hearts a Flutter Framelits.Β  The Tags 4 You stamp set coordinates with theΒ Bracket Label Punch.

If you would like a chance to win these items, all you have to do is leave me a comment below and tell me which of the videos on my YouTube channel is your favorite or what kind of video tutorial you’d like to see more of.Β  Easy, right?!Β  I’ll announce the winner on Friday, March 7th πŸ™‚

I look forward to reading your comments!



  1. I love the Christmas Card Challenge and right now am fascinated with the By The Tide cards you made. Look forward to the next Christmas cards and I made your St Patrick’s day card for my sister-in-law for her Birthday on the 17th.

    • I was worried I wouldn’t get any comments so thank you Debbie for getting this rolling!

  2. Love all your videos and you make incredible cards.

    • Thank you Patsy!

  3. I love the Pansy St. Patrick’s Day card video!!

    • Thank you Paula! I’m trying to come up with another St Patrick’s Day card πŸ™‚

  4. Great blog Candy! I would love to see videos with Masculine Card ideas.

    • Thank you Kathy! I just posted a masculine card using the By The Tide stamp set and hope to get the video done next week πŸ™‚

  5. I am in love with the in color butterfly video using the sponge daubers. I have never seen anyone use the daubers to color a stamp. I am very excited that I found the faux tile video. Your videos are better than any that I have seen. I am recemtly retired so I am excited about watching them all. Thank you for sharing your stamping creativity with your fellow stampers.

    • Thank you Angie πŸ™‚ How lucky to be retired – congratulations!

  6. I like the pansy punch shamrock card . I really like making St. Patrick’s day cards. Wish there were more “green” sentiments.

    • Thank you Arlene πŸ™‚ I know, I could use a few more St Patrick’s Day greetings from Stampin’ Up!

  7. Lovely designs & color on your work!! Awesome projects!!

    • Thank you Lena!

  8. You have great videos, I would love to see videos from older stamps sets. We all need to get new ideas from stamps we already have!

    • Thank you Nancy! Unfortunately, I sell my stamps as soon as they are retired so I have money to purchase new ones πŸ™‚ Sometimes it’s easy to substitute the stamps used in the videos for something similar you already have, especially if it’s something generic like trees, leaves or flowers πŸ™‚

  9. I like the St. Patrick’s day card. St. Patrick’s day is big at our house and I have a dinner for all the family. I was running out of ideas for a card. Yours fit the bill.

    • Thank you Pat! I always want to plan a big Irish dinner for my husband but usually run out of time – maybe this year he’ll get some corned beef and cabbage πŸ˜‰

  10. Love your blog. Love blog candy.

    • Thank you Barb!

  11. I, too, would like to see some masculine cards. Your videos are so helpful and professional. You are an amazing teacher!

    • Thank you Daylene! You’re the lucky winner too πŸ™‚ Contact me at for your free items!

  12. I liked the Spring card using Saleabration. I CASEd that card several times already! Also enjoyed the easy watercolor card. cASEd it also!

    • Thank you Vivian! My customers are making that Easy Watercolor Card in class next week πŸ™‚

  13. My favorite video is the masculine card using the gently falling stamp set. It was one of the first videos of yours to watch. I have other favs but I really like that card. I love all your videos and learn from them. I am going to use your st. patricks video to make a card as well. thanks again Barbara W.

    • Thanks Barbara!

  14. My friend just told me about your videos. I just bought the Wetlands set and I thought your video on sponging was excellent. I have been stamping a number of years and I learned a lot. Am having a sleepless night and it makes me want to run to stamp room and make it. Thanks!!! Martha D.

    • Thanks Martha! I love sponging backgrounds – probably one of my favorite techniques πŸ™‚

  15. Happy youtube anniversary. I love your videos!!!! I could use some help with using all the designer paper that I can’t resist buying LOL I love the paper and then………….well I just don’t know what to do with it LOL
    thanks and hugs

    • Thanks Debbie! I have a TON of the designer series papers and am on a mission to use them up before the end of May so you’ll be seeing more ideas soon πŸ™‚

  16. My favorite is the shamrock card video. I would love to see more masculine cards!

    • Thanks Ashlea! I just posted a masculine card on my blog using the By The Tide stamp set – video to follow soon πŸ™‚

  17. I like the Watercoloring Embossed Roses video and the postage stamp punch Halloween card video.

    • Thank you Michelle! That Manhattan Flower embossing folder was one of my favorite – sure wish they’d bring that one back.

  18. Love all your videos. I make a point of watching them all.

    • Thank you Diane!

  19. Hi Guys! I just posted the video for the drawing of the Blog Candy winner: link to This was fun and I enjoyed reading your comments and appreciate your feedback on my videos πŸ™‚

  20. I just found you on pinterest with a water color card. Lovin watercolor lately and your card appeals to me. I have not seen any other videos yet, but know I will be visiting you often. I like your style.

    • Thank you Laurie! I hope you find some other videos or projects on my blog that you will like too πŸ™‚


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