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Stampin' Up! Nailed It Card | Video Tutorial By Andrea Walford

Hey there sweet friends!  Today I have another masculine card to share with you, this time it’s a Father’s Day card I created for my Father-in-law using Stampin’ Up!’s Nailed It stamp set and coordinating Build It Framelits Dies (the most recent masculine card I did was a birthday card for my son’s upcoming 17th birthday, which you can see here).

From the moment I saw the Nailed It stamp set in the 2016 Occasions Mini Catalogue, I absolutely KNEW that I HAD to have it!  It’s one of those timeless sets that you can use over and over again for masculine cards.  It also works great for Bible, faith and prayer journaling (and I’ll be sharing what I’ve been doing with that soon).

I can’t tell you how sad I am that it did not make it into the 2017-2018 Stampin’ Up! catalogue.  I was SO hoping that because it had a coordinating die it would make the cut, but alas….no.  Especially because there isn’t a huge selection of masculine stamp sets in the new catalogue – from what I remember from the preview, it’s pretty much the same as what’s in there now, which honestly, is not my style.

Nailed It – Father’s Day Card Video Tutorial

So, a quick note about today’s video tutorial.  Once again, this is a process video.  I think I’ve decided that for the time being, that is going to be the type of videos that I’ll be sharing.  Yes, they’re longer to watch, but at the same time, it’s REAL.  In other words – it’s as though you and I sat down together to create. You’ll hear me explain why I use the tools, techniques and products I do, you’ll see my bloopers and fixes, and of course I always share tips and tricks, and the why’s and how’s of it all.

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Download a PDF Handout For the Nailed It Card Below

Do you prefer to have some printed instructions by your side while you create? Click the button below to download the PDF handout for this project. The PDF includes a full supply list, dimensions of all CS & paper pieces used, as well as step-by-step instructionsETA: PDF Handout no longer available.

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