Saturday, May 6, 2017

Your Next Stamp Nailed It! Card with Video

Hello fellow card makers. Today is Preview Day over at the Your Next Stamp Blog... click here!! for more information and additional NEW release previews from other designers on the Your Next Stamp Blog. Here is a link to the Your Next Stamp New Release Products Page for future reference...

My Project today features the new "Nailed It" stamp set by Your Next Stamp. I love love love this stamp set. My Father, Grandfather, and my husband were or are in the construction trade so when I think of Father's Day, this is the one that depicts the essence of the Fathers in my family. Now, all of the men in my family are highly skilled and would never create something so wonky, or would they? I'm just kidding. I also used the Puffy Cloud Border to create my on stencil to make the clouds in the background. This die is awesome. It comes with two sizes of clouds so that you can have the perfect size clouds for your project. I used the smaller of the two sizes on this card. Below are some photos of my project, a link to my YouTube Video, and a full list of supplies.


Your Next Stamp, Nailed it 

Your Next Stamp, Puffy Cloud Border 
MFT, Peek-a-boo wonky window and Blueprints 1 

Versamagic, Aspen Mist 
Memento, Tuxedo Black 
Hero Arts, Unicorn White

SSS, Fog and white woodgrain 
PTI, True Black
Strathmore, Bristol Smooth White
Neenah, 80 lb Solar White

Copic Markers
SSS, Detail White Embossing Powder 

Thank you for visiting my blog today, 



  1. Such a fun card, Kori!! The wrong frame is perfect behind your cute little handyman!

  2. This is a delightful card. Like the "nailed" wood pieces! Thanks for showcasing this new release set so well.

  3. these are so adorable!!! love them!!!

  4. Just adore that sweet handyman. Great video. Lovely card!

    1. Thank you, Your Next Stamp has such great character stamps.

  5. Love the subtle wood grain!

  6. Well you already know how much I like this one! I really need to get building with that wood stamp...I see #s or a frame in my future, both inspired by you!