I can’t believe how long it has been since I did a video for you; but as you all know things have been a little hectic over here at the hollow. Last week we finally closed on our home in Stow, Ohio; and I now have a craft space so i can share my tips and techniques with you. Unfortunately the movers managed to loose a few boxes of craft items so I am waiting for the insurance claim to be settled before I can replace them :-(. If you don’t already follow us on Facebook I would recommend it as I have started checking with Facebook Live’s to show you all progress on the craft room and some sneak peeks of what’s coming up! Search for ‘HedgehogHollow Blog’ on Facebook or click this link.
Before we get to todays video I wanted to let you know we now have a .com as we are US based; many people don’t seem familiar with .co.uk which is a UK based web address. You can still use HedgehogHollow.co.uk or if you prefer you can now visit HedgehogHollowInk.com; they will both bring you here!
I am particularly pleased with this card; I saw something similar a while back in the blogosphere but I only saved the image and it has no watermark so I can’t thank the blogger for their inspiration. I changed it up a little as i’m not too good at following the rules! But it has so many possibilities and not only as a masculine card, but also for a great party invite. They come together really quickly too so they would be perfect for bulk assembling. There were some teething issue in the video so bare with us; we are currently shopping for a video camera and the phone mount is a little wobbly because my normally tripod mount one is lost :-(; however, I couldn’t wait to share this with you and I hope to do another video for you in a couple of days!
Take a look….
Basic Grey: 4 1/8 * 11″
Basic Black: 5 1/4 * 3 7/8″
Whisper White: 5 1/4 * 3 7/8″
You also need basic black and whisper white scraps for the banners and bow.
As always there is a supplied list; this is now a supply list with US links; I contacted all my UK customers with details of local demonstrators but if you need a recommendation please get in touch and I will point you in the right direction;
This time I also included this list of alternative stamp sets that I go through in the video: