Hello and Happy Tues….I mean Thursday!
Sorry that it took me an extra few days to get out this Tuesday Tutorial – I filmed it last week and was excited to share – however I ended up having more work done on my teeth/gums on Monday and I’ve had migraines and my “fake teeth” don’t fit now because of swelling and stitches – just not fun! I should be thrilled that I almost have my permanent teeth in – but it still feels like I have a long way to go almost one full year since the extraction and 6.5 years since they were first broken off and busted out.
So anyway – long and short of it – here is today’s video 🙂 I really focused on the eBosser by Craftwell and shared how easy it is to use the Nesting Dies that are unique from others because they are PINK! They are limited in quantity and once they are gone they are gone for good 🙂 Same as many other Megan Elizabeth products – some will be around a little while yet – but several are already gone for good!
I have several other great videos I filmed last week that I will be releasing in time too! Editing and uploading takes a chunk of time outta life so that is why I don’t release them all at once! 🙂
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Another great card…Thanks for sharing!
Wow I can’t imagine you getting rid of all your other machines for this one. There is still so much more you can do with a cricut/ electronic die cutting machine… Cute card! ~God bless~
Adorable card. Thanks for a new idea with the nesting die. I love that! Hope you feel better soon.
Please think about showing us the completed card or page you are doing first BEFORE you begin the tutorial — it would help us follow where you are going, Megan! Thanks~
Hey Fran – thanks for the suggestions 🙂 Many times I try to post a picture of the completed project on the blog post – most of the time when I start a video I have no idea where its going to go until I am finished 🙂 I love just having a spark of an idea and taking you all along for the ride of the creation that comes out in the end! Thanks for following along!
Megan, I am so sorry that you’re still dealing with your teeth! Ouch! I appreciate you taking the time and energy to share with us during your recovery. Continued prayers!