Honest review of the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
Hi there everyone! I am back with a review and unboxing of the Cricut Maker. What can I say? I absolutely love it and I have not even had as much time to use it as I would like. However, I was able to get one a day or two after launch, but due to a packed schedule, I was not able to get this video done until just recently. In this video I am doing the unboxing, but I am also showing an overview of the Maker and cutting some cotton fabric. This is a simple but in-depth review, check it out below.
I hope the video offers some clarity on the product and helps anyone who might be on the fence. I forgot to mention it in the video, but I did not use the USB cable because my internet at home is wireless and my computer I used for this is a laptop, so for anyone wondering, it does have a USB port and cord. That's all for today, but my next few videos will cover the Brightpad and the Easy Press because I was fortunate enough to get them all and I wanted to share any info with you all. Until next time, happy crafting!
Hi there crafty peeps! I am back with a video that I recorded a few months ago (I know!) to review and unbox the Sizzix eclips2! I am super excited about this and I cannot wait to do more projects with this machine. I am especially excited about learning the ECAL software because I think it will allow me to make some cut files that I have been thinking about for a while, without having to go through Illustrator. Anyway, check out the video below for the full review.
Overall I really like it and I'm excited to see what else it can do as well as what else is available in the Sizzix store. One thing I mentioned in the video is that it is larger that my Cricut Explore, it is also bigger than the Scan n' Cut 2, just wanted to share that. Ok, that's all for now, but I will be back into the regular swing of things pretty soon, I have some more reviews to share, including one on the We R Memory Keepers Stitch Happy. Happy crafting!
Hello there! I hope you are doing well. I recently ordered my first kit from Hero Arts' My Monthly Hero Kit and I will be reviewing that today and making a card. I received my kit on Friday and made a card the same night because I was so excited about it. I have been of the fence a few times with kits and ultimately did not buy them, but I am very happy with this one. You get a really nice value, the kit is $34.99 plus shipping, but the stamp and die set would probably cost that much on their own, so it's like all of the other things are free. Check out the review below.
As you can see, I am very happy with this kit and that card came together very quickly. I have not started a subscription yet, but I will be keeping an eye out on the kit contents from now on. Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting.
I had to do a quick post on this AMAZING new tool I got this past week, it's called Lifeprint and you can buy one here or here. The whole premise is so cool and fun, the printer uses augmented reality to print a code into a photo that looks normal but when scanned with their app reveals a video clip, it's like Harry Potter. I did a short unboxing and tried it out on a stop motion that I did a while back and the result was so cool. Check out the video below.
Can you even imagine how much neat stuff you can do for scrapping and card making with this? You can have a card with you personally wishing someone happy birthday! The only thing they have to do is download the app, and that's free! I am so excited to use this for cards and artwork. I hope you enjoyed the video and you get a chance to try one of these, happy crafting!