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Thank you to everyone who joined me for Friday night’s CCWM show. I swear I am getting quicker! Three cards in about 2.5hours – well that’s quicker than normal!

If you are new here, let me tell you about Come Craft With Me. Every Friday, I (virtually) open  the doors of my craft room, and invite you all to watch onward as I get crafty. It’s a LIVE stream, hosted on my YouTube channel, where I interact with viewers, create a few projects and have a good old giggle. Please subscribe to my YouTube and turn on your notifications so you never miss a show.

Let’s take a look at what I made! Not one, not two but THREE cards! First off, I was playing with my Picket Fence distress ink on kraft cardstock to make this fun background.

It’s a simple design, but I love how it turned out. The owl is from MFTstamps Forest Friends and the tree is from Mama Elephant Sunday Strolls stamp set. I also stamped the owl onto white card and coloured him in with some light coloured copic markers. The branch is from an older Hero Arts set – I think it was the perfect addition.

I grabbed my googly eyes – always a source of contention in my experience – but pretty much all the viewers seemed on board with adding a little whimsy to this cute critter. BUT big eyes, or little eyes!? That was the question. In the end, I outsourced my decision making to a viewer – and Nancy picked the larger eyes – Good choice, crafty friend!

Next up I wanted to use the FREE DIGITAL STAMP that Heffy Doodle was offering on their blog to celebrate World Card Making Day.  We had some issues here, as I first tried to use my zig clean color real brush markers, but I am still such a noob with these – I had to get Craig to print another version for me – but it all worked out in the end!

I added a little ink blending to this card – spun sugar, picked raspberry & festive berries – and then used the Wishing and Sending stamp set from SSS. The perfect little greeting for this card!

By the way, if you make a project with the Heffy Doodle FREE DIGI STAMP, remember to use the tag HEFFYDOODLEWCMD when you share your projects – you would win a stamp and die set! More details over on the Heffy Doodle blog.

For my third card, i wanted to get smoochy! INK SMOOCHING of course! I was inspired by the letter box in the digi stamp to use these envelope stamps to create a resist background on this card. I used a paper smooches thanks die with some pink craft foam for a nice textured greeting.

Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to join us next Friday if you are free. Simply pop over to https://youtube.com/hungryheffy and subscribe to my channel – you may need to edit your notifications settings if you want to get a pop up when the show goes live!

Happy crafting my friends!


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Hello crafty friends!

I am so excited! Today is World Card Making Day and us Heffy Doodlers are celebrating with a FREE digital stamp. WOOHOO! We just announced our Heffy Doodle Design Team this week, and we are kicking things off with some super amazing fun!

And in fact, its actually TWO freebies – because when I originally drew a very British postbox, some of the team were left scratching their heads! How funny! So of course I had to doodle a more familiar one to have as an alternative option! LOL

To see some projects and to get the downloadable png digi-stamp files, please visit the Heffy Doodle blog

For my project, i simply had to use the iconically British one – and I made a fun shaker card.

I used some Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle dies, simple stitched landscape dies and grassy hillside border dies to build up some layers of white card, but then i added colour with some ink brush blending. I also used a rounded rectangle die to cut a panel into the A2 card, and added some embossing paste through a SSS heart stencil. Before it dried, I sprinkled with some fine glitter for a little sparkle!

I wanted to heat emboss on my acetate, and i discovered that my acetate sheets are ALL muddled up. This was a ‘third-time-lucky’ kinda thing, because it turned out that the first two pieces of acetate that i grabbed were not heat resistant (even though they were taking residence in the drawer labelled as such!). Naughty acetate! The stamp is a fun set from SSS – i love its big bold style! I added two layers of foam, which actually meant i had room for some buttons inside, so i just went with it!  I also sprinkled in some white and clear sequins.

Here is mister bear! Isn’t he cute? I used my copic markers to colour him and the postbox. I had to go slow with the red tones because they have a tendency to bleed! 🙂

Don’t forget to visit the Heffy Doodle blog to see the rest of the awesome projects made by the team, and to grab your FREE digi stamp. There is a competition and a giveaway happening also! All the details are over there!

Also – did you see my other project today? A video celebrating a collaboration between Chibitronics and Honey Bee Stamps – it’s a blog hop where you can WIN prizes. Please click here to check it out! <3

Happy Crafting!




Hello everyone,

I am sharing a video today and yes, I am very aware that this is a Christmas card, but guess what, thats just the way I roll sometimes!


This was my first video with my new camcorder and microphone, so hopefully I can make some adjustments over time to make sure the videos look their best! Any feedback is appreciated in the comments below.

This video may be to showcase a Christmas card, but the technique can be used for any kind of card, or even integrated into a scrapbook page. I hope you enjoy it.


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