Friday, May 6, 2011

Are you here for the Prima NSD Blog Hop?

Then you've come to the right place! Welcome to my blog!
This is your last stop on the blog hop train and I have made a special video just for you in honor of National Scrapbook Day.... The video contains an extra little bonus for anyone who watches:)

All of the details for the blog hop are posted on the Prima blog, so be sure to check it out! Three winners will be selected to win fabulous prizes shown below! There are three kits up for grabs!

Prima Blog: prima.typepad.com









NSD Prima Tutorial from Cari Fennell on Vimeo.

Edited: Here is a link to the stamp I used and Scrapbook.com has a great selection of other styles too! http://store.scrapbook.com/pri-920524.html


Enjoy your day-I hope it's a BEAUTIFUL one!! (hint, hint) And good luck!!




xoxo Cari







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110 comments:

Romy said...

Thank you so much for your great video tutorial. Just love the stamped flowers! I should definitely have to use my inks more often too and you inspired me to do so:) Have a happy scrapbook day!

Allison Cope said...

Great tutorial Cari! I hope you have a BEAUTIFUL (LOL) and fun filled National Scrapbooking Day!

Mell said...

Cari I love the video. I would never of thought to use ink on them like that. Great technique.

val said...

looks like Im first! I loved the video, the blues were soooo pretty on that canvas and that stamp was amazing design also. thanks for taking the extra time to make a video for this hop I really enjoyed the technique and it was new to me!!

Rbarakat said...

Thanks for the video - I love working on canvas great job! (Pick me!LOL!)

bmerves said...

Thanks for the technique video.

Chiara said...

Great techniques! I had no idea you can use inks on the foam stamps! Yay! Really loved the watercoloring effect. A really inspiration blog hop now I'm off to create. Thanks so much for sharing!!! It was BEAUTIFUL!!! LOL

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elpimpi said...

WOW what a great video tutorial! I just love this blue stamped flowers! Have a nice SCRAPBOOKING DAY!

Scrapbookdoll said...

love the great tutorial on the stamps, thank you
marie-anne

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Julie Clement said...

Enjoyed your video, thank you! It's Mother's Day here tomorrow, I don't know if it is for you or not, but have a "beautiful" day regardless!

patedsch1 said...

Cari, Thanks so much for the tutorial video really learned alot from it. Would love to win your drawing!!! Have a sunshine day....patedsch1@comcast.net

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macjen03 said...

What a great tutorial!! Thanks for the inspiration~

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Heather M. said...

Loved the technique video! Thank you for the chance to win some Prima goodies. Happy NSD!

Anonymous said...

Great video. Love both techniques. I have some canvase and am anxious to try it. Jane S

Georgina said...

Thanks for that tutorial, I've so got to try that, I feel inspired. I best go and tidy my scraproom! LOL

bettand said...

Great video tutorial;) The stamped flowers were just gorgeous:)

Marianne/skorpionen said...

Thanks for a great tutorial!! Love the large flowers! And thanks for the inspiration!

Rosie Rowe said...

Cari, that was a lovely video tutorial. I love that watercolour look... and on a canvas cover too! That has inspired me to use my distress inks more often! A pleasure to "meet you", tight at the end of all that blog hopping!

jenni said...

Thank you so much for sharing, I have never seen those techniques before, you made my day!
jpshirley@ymail.com

Mely said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial, love canvas and I'm trying to steadily learn new techniques. Thank you so much for the second opportunity to win some goodies :)

Tammy said...

Loved your video demonstration...it was BEAUTIFUl ;)

Michelle said...

Loved your Video tutorial, thanks for the inspiration :)
Happy National Scrapbooking Day

bluucaca said...

Great tutorail Cari loved it. They where both Beautiful. Have great and Beautiful day. Can't wait to meet you.

Hester said...

What a great tutorial, i still have 2 of these beautiful stamps and now i know i want to use them again. I loved the look on the canvas.Thanks!

Carol said...

Thankyou for sharing this technique. One I'm definitley going to try. It looked awesome on the canvas.

Cassie_lu said...

what a brilliant idea to spray some perfect pearl on the stamp before it goes onto the surface. Can't wait to try it out :)

Vinnie said...

I'm so glad I followed the Hop and ended up here! You're a gem :) Thank you Cari for sharing the awesome techniques with us and yes, they're BEAUTIFUL ;) Thank you for the chance to win too! Am so dying to start doing something artsy if not for the exams nearing :(

huntla1 said...

Thanks for the Beautiful opportunity to win some prima goodies!

Karen Hasheck said...

Awesome video and thanks for the chance at more blog candy.

khasheck@gmail.com

Jaime said...

Thanks for the tutorial Cari! What a fantastic idea at the end of this great blog hop! My daughter sat with me and watched everything with her keen 5 year old eyes! "do you have that stuff mom?" ...lol! I have to keep close eye on my stash with such a creative flair that she has :) Thanks again! Happy NSD!

Kathy R. said...

Great Idea Cari, I have that Hollyhock stamp and I'm going to use it with the inks.. Love, Love Prima and Happy Scrappy Weekend to all!!!

Vicky Alberto said...

I love your work, it is always spectacular and thanks for a great tutorial... love the water mist on canvas before stamping... will be using that one!

Colleen B. said...

Thank you for your great tutorial!!! I would love to see what you do with the stamped paper :) You have enspired me to get messy with my stamps and inks......thank you for the chance to win!

Dorothy said...

thanks for sharing with us that video tutorial. such a lot of tips! :D

Shelly said...

Great tutorial and I love the stamped flowers! I like the look of stamping in a project but I admit it intimidates me a bit. Your video makes it look easier than I thought so I may have to give it a go. Thank you and Happy National Scrapbooking Day and a wonderful Mother's Day!!!

Carol said...

Thanks for the tutorial and the fun blog hop. It was great seeing everyone's projects. Loved it...

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Jukebox said...

Love this technique! Thanks for a chance to win the Prima goodies!

connedy said...

I loved how you used the pearl mist to wet the distress inks and the watercolor effect you created. First time I've seen these oversize stamps..shopping trip :)Thank you for sharing.

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Nicole said...

Such creativity! Don't you love Distress Inks?! Thank you for the inspiration!

cowboycentral said...

Beautiful flowers ! Thanks for tutorial.

lynne1 said...

Love the tut...and I am so going to give the stamps on the canvas a go...fantastic and beautiful :)

Jessica said...

The video tutorial has inspired my creativity to be kick-started. I love to paint and have just started stamping. Wow, what an amazing and BEAUTIFUL technique. Thank you so much. Happy to be a new follower!
Feel free to follow back if you'd like.
:O)
Jessica
jessicascraftshaque.blogspot.com
strgazrblueyes22477[at]yahoo[dot]com

Just a Few Designs said...

HI HI HI...Love your tutorial on stamping, esp loved it on the canvas, Im going hto have to try that! Thanks for the opportunity to win some prima also!!!
hugs
Elsa

Kelly Massman said...

"Beautiful" flowers! I really enjoyed your video! I'm going to have to try some stamping your way!! Thanks! And, I've become a follower, too!!! :-)

Just Janie said...

OMG!!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE those flower stamps!!! I am so glad I hopped by and saw them. Thank You!

Miss Kathy said...

Loved the video. You made the stamped flowers so dimensional and beautifully watercolored. Those large stamps are great. Happy National Scrapbook Day.

Anonymous said...

Happy Scrapbook Day from New Zealand. Thanks for sharing. I shall visit again.

Melissa said...

What a fabulous video! I need to find myself some of those stamps now! :) I love love love how you used the first stamp on the scrapbook page, and the stamping on the canvas is just gorgeous. Happy NSD and Mother's Day!

Anonymous said...

hi cari, thankd for the tutorial, it was "beautiful"

would love to win some of that prima goodness!!

shona

Jodee said...

Great video! Thanks for sharing this technique. Can't wait to give it a try!

Dianne said...

Thanks sooo much for the tutorial, I didn't know I could use these inkpads on canvas. The script paper and the canvas looked fantastic.
I am grateful for the extra chance of some Prima goodies

Dolores~CraftyD's Creations said...

Thanks for showing a great tutorial, I just love techniques like that. It looks like you have an awesome selection of Prima flowers that you are giving away to some lucky person. Hope you have a great Scrapbooking day.

sharryn said...

WOW that was a great HOP and a fantastic tutorial to end it.you are very easy to listen too and follow....thanks

Anja said...

Thanks for sharring the video.And i love the flowers one the canvas.

Cherie said...

Great tutorial - thanks! I have always used paint on my foam stamps - So great to see them used with the distress inks. Yay off to play!!
Cherie

Vicky Varvadouka said...

Great tutorial and cool stamps! Thanks for the yummy giveaway! Your work is amazing!
Hugs
xoxo

chrisste said...

I am super rapped that the last hop ended with you and a awesome tutorial, what a fab way to end my International scrapbook day!

Beth B said...

That was a great tutorial. Thanks for sharing. I love the stamps!

Barb said...

Thanks to the Prima Blog Hop, this was my first trip to your blog - so much fun! Gotta love any kind of watercoloring technique - watercoloring on canvas - that's a new one!! Thanks for sharing

Theresa said...

Cari, Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance to win extra goodies! Always enjoy your ideas.

redplantlady said...

Great video, I love the way you misted the flowers again after stamping to get the colours to blend and pop!

Ramona said...

Oh wow!! I love this technique. I guess I need these stamps too. LOL I think you are an enabler!! What a beautiful giveaway also!!

Hugs~
Ramona

annieruffles said...

Wow what a great idea to use the inks on the stamps that way. Loved the blue flowers. Will have to try them. Thank you very much for a beautiful video.

Dawn said...

Wonderful techniques Cari!! I am in love with those stamps. Beautiful work!!

Fran Brunke said...

Super enoyable video!! Loved the long-stemmed flower stamp on cardstock, and the tip about Perfect Pearls spray! Very satisfying end the blog hop. Thank you!

Nicole said...

Hi Cari, Thanks so much for showing these great techniques, I'm impressed with how nicely the stamping turned out on the canvas. Thank you for a chance to win more prima goodies too! Happy National Scrapbook Day! ;-) Nicole

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the neat tutorial. I will have to give that a try. I'm new to this and have not tried the misting technique. Thank you.

Tanya

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing these ideas. I am inspired!

anniegetyourgluegun said...

THANKS for the wonderful tutorial! It was very helpful, I loved it!
I'm a new follower on your blog as well. Thanks so much for a chance to win the BEAUTIFUL products!!!

Roberta said...

Really enjoyed your tutorial. The products look like they are fun to use. Thanks so much!

Paula said...

Great blog hop! Happy Intl Scrapbooking Day to all!

Jennifer Bonet said...

Great tutorial. Love Those stamps! And big thank you for offering a chance to win even more goodies. Happy Mothers Day Cari!

Linda Wareham said...

Great tutorial Cari, thanks so much. I've not seen the irridenscent sprays here in the UK, they look good so I'll definitely look out for them.

Julie Overby said...

Fantastic tutorial!! I am very inspired. What an amazing give-away too!

Shemaine Smith said...

Cari I loved the video! It's like I get to catch up with you :) Your hair is getting long girl! Ok...I wasn't a fan of those foam stamps but you just made me wanna go pick some up now. I had no idea that paired with patterned paper would create such a beautiful look! Happy NSD!!!

onlycarol1 said...

Great tutorial. I loved the stamped image on the canvas! Thanks for taking the time to put the tut together!

Dawnll said...

Love the video tutorial! I want to know what that flower stamp is- those are great for a page.
Thanks for the inspiration.
blessings to you, Dawn ll

Eileen Hull said...

Great video Cari- just beautiful :-)

Em said...

Great video! Thank you for the new technique idea!

Paik117 said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Love he ideas. Thanks for he chance to win some goodies. Happy NSD!

Cheri's Craft Corner said...

Oh my goodness!!! What a ton of fun!!! I LOVE those stamps!! I dont have a local Prima retailer
:( so all those goodies are new to me! Thanks for sharing your talents and offering goodies.

Happy Mothers Day as well as National Scrapbooking Day :)
Cheri in NY

Craftymaw said...

I had enjoyed your video. I will have to try it. Thanks for the ending the sentence! I hope to see more of your videos. Flowers are my weakness. TFS

Lucy Newton said...

Cari, thanks for the tutorial I will need to buy one of those stamps they are beautiful!!!

Kerryn said...

Thank you for sharing that. I really don't use stamps enough (and I have SO many distress inks LOL) so now I have some great ideas to incorporate them more. TFS

liana suwandi said...

Hi Cari...
great tutorial, I really learn something new today :)
Happy mother's day!

NANCY DARE said...

Thanks for the great video...would love to win some Prima goodies

mommyof5kidz said...

Oh...forgot to tell you...I am now a follower, and I think I need to go find that flower stamp! You made me want it!!! LOL...Along with your little prize pack of flowers, of course!!! Thanks for the extra chance!!

Tamekia said...

Great video, Cari. Thanks for the tutorial. I'll definitely try that.

Anonymous said...

Hi Cari, thanks for sharing such a beautiful technique with us
Sherie

Michelle said...

Cari, I love your videos!!!! Thank you so much.

KarenB said...

Hi Cari, thanks so much for the wonderful tutorial. I never tried that technique before (with the mister spray) - that is very cool!

Brittney said...

What a great tutorial - thanks so much!

Sofita said...

Oh, it is the first time that I see your blog and I found that amazing techniques that I will for sure try as soon as I go back home today! Best regards from Spain!

krumeluran said...

wow thats a really great tutorial... will for shure try this technique someday...
//Katarina

Pamela said...

Hope I'm not too late for the giveaway. Loved your video, thank you, I am now following you.
Pam F.

Corinne said...

Your tutorial is awesome!! I will have to try that technique. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work!

Follow My Heart said...

Cari, what a great technique... I am definitely going to try this out. I will have to get some of the pearl mist you used!

Julia said...

Thanks for sharing the video!

Scrapycandy said...

Great tutorial and now I am all inspired to try this! It looks terrific! Thank you!

SuZeQ said...

Oh Cari, thank you so much for the video. What a great idea to mist the stamp with Perfect Pearls ... those flowers are BEAUTIFUL. And you are oh-so-generous with the Prima giveaway. Nobody does flowers like Prima. They, too, are BEAUTIFUL

Sandie said...

Cari! I LOVED that tutorial. Thanks so much for the inspiration. It's so great to SEE things. It makes it come alive to me, and it feels like I'm with you when you do it. Then I'm inspired to try it. That's what I'm about to do now... Go and try it. Thanks girl. You are AWESOME. And I'm off to follow you!

Anonymous said...

Loved your tutorial, many thanks for sharing, am really inspirated to go off to create.
Pansy

Shona said...

ty so much....love it :)

Cynthia Lloréns said...

I love the video. I would never of thought to use ink on them like that. Great technique.!!!!
I´m follower now.
kisses and huges from Brazil
Cynthia