Shin Han Marker Tutorials from Mischelle Smith

I’ve shared the new Shin Han markers in a few projects and now I want to share some great tutorials on how to use these alcohol markers.  One of my downline, Mischelle Smith, is the former CEO of The Angel Company.  She is a marker and stamping guru, so who better to have you share some great tutorials than her great marker videos.  She originally shared for our team training and then on her blog, http://MischelleSmith.com and she has given me permission to share here.  I hope you enjoy the great training tutorials.

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Cricut Artfully Sent Christmas Card

Time for another quick card using the Cricut Artfully Sent cartridge.  This one is made with one cut.  I covered the cut out with green glitter paper for the Christmas season.  I realized that the cut out was almost a little difficult to read, so I took a black fine point journaling pen and outlined the sentiment and then used faux stitching outside that box to draw attention to the cut.  And then I added a few white enamel white stars at the bottom for just a pop of another color.

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If you haven’t gotten the cartridge yet, give it yourself for Christmas or put it on your wish list!!

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Christmas Card using Shin Han Alcohol Markers

Today I’m sharing some more Shin Han markers with this fabulous stamp set, Christmas Village.  I stamped 4 of the 10 images along the bottom with my Momento ink and then colored them in using the Shin Han Markers.  The sentiment is also on the stamp set and I stamped it in Cranberry and then layered it on a couple of sheets of cardstock and then also up with some 3D foam tape.  Add some bling flourishes coming out of it and I have a finished Christmas card and only ???? to go! :)

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Cricut Artfully Sent Thank You Card

I’m finally getting some more time to play with the Cricut Artfully Sent cartridge and today I’m making a ‘Thanks” card.

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This is a trip-fold card, which cuts in just two pieces.  Actually I cut out the blue section again, to cover the front section so it matches as shown when folded closed.  The bottom right hand corner I used paper from the Pathfinder kit, scalloped punched and then covered with some silver washi tape.  The cute owl is from the Pathfinder accessory.  I even took some sequins to cover the eyes to make them really big owl eyes.  Behind the cut out of the ‘thanks’ I put some blue glitter paper.

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It was super easy to make and I hope one of my customers enjoys it.  Every customer order from my website comes with a handmade card which I don’t even write in, so you can use it for yourself.

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Christmas Card Workshop

Live in the St. Louis area?  Join me for my Christmas Card Workshop…

Christmas Card Workshop

You must RSVP by November 10 so I make sure I have enough supplies.

Don’t live in the St. Louis area, but want to make these fabulous cards?  Click on the link below to purchase some of the items to make for yourself.

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