Time sure does fly. But I did give away the Vagabond!! The winner was Psychomom!!!! =) I had such a great time doing this YT "Hop" and I'm really looking forward to doing it again in the future in the crafting community on YT with other crafters. I already have my brain cranking away on different takes that could be done on it. Below is the video of the announcement of the winner and just some general announcements. Thanks for watching!!!
Soooo, if you watched the whole video you should KNOW something about this blog. If you didn't watch the whole video you should go back and watch it again so you will know. :) I'll be posting more about it in my next post though.
I'm working on a couple of special projects right now that I'll be sharing as soon as possible. I'm really enjoying working with all of my Lindy's Stamp Gang Products and I can't stop raving about that company! Their products are quite simply AWESOME!
First off the Starburst Stains. Yummy colors, available in a dauber and spray top and individually in shots (which are 2 oz little paint pots which are great and the same amount that comes in the spray and dauber bottles. I don't want to slam one un-named company at ALL but these colors are vibrant, stunning and the customer service is out of this world. On to the Moon Shadow Inks...these are walnut ink based with another color of glimmery goodness added so that when the paper is tilted you can see the color and not just the walnut ink. Really cool effect.
Glitz Spritz!! I love that name. It makes me want to smile. These are colors that look really good on both light and dark cardstock (and everything in between in my opinion), continuing along with the Lindy's feature of having those wonderful two-toned colors that just about all of their products if not all have.
Moving right along we have the Embossing Powders which are as just discussed, two-toned. I had never heard of two-toned EP's before hearing about Lindy's EP's and I was skeptical I must admit. I was not disappointed though. These EP's are simply beautiful. Each one has it's own unique color combination and they are absolutely amazing! You must try these to see their unique look.
The other two major products that I use from LSG are the Magical Mica Powders and the Mica Powders. The Magical Micas are just that, Magical! The mica powders also contain this amazing "powdered painting stain system with a fixative", as described on the LSH website, HERE . These are some really great mica powders that actually have a type of paint built into them and you can use them in quite a few different ways. You can paint with them using aqua brushes, brush them onto a project dry, or mix them with embossing powders. They match all of the Starburst Stain colors and have a rich two-toned look to them. The Mica Powders can be painted with in a variety of ways, made into sprays and are two-toned as most if not all of Lindy's products are. The spray tops are TOP quality and don't clog very easily. You can get the Starburst Stains with a dauber or a spray top in the money-saving kits or color shots (2oz wide mouth pots) in individual colors. I love the color shots because you can just open then up and paint straight out of them and not have to unscrew the lid of a spray top or a dauber. They sell these individually, but not in the Money Saving Sets like the spray or dauber, unfortunately. :) I'd love it if they sold those in sets as well.
The customer service at LSG is awesome. In every order I've gotten at least one free item or a card for 10% off on my next order or both. Tracey takes very good care of her customers and the orders go out pretty quickly. I was shocked at how fast my last order came. I think it was just a few days.
So, If you haven't tried out the stuff at LSG, you should head over to their website and look at the tutorials and the gallery and all of the products. Read about how they work and watch the Youtube videos. You can buy products in Try Me kits so that you can try out the individual products to see which you like the best.
I'm having great fun with my Lindy's products and hope that my arm gets a lot better soon so I can get to playing with them a lot more. I have to craft in small increments right now because of my arm but hopefully that will be gone in a couple of months tops.
When I do reach 150 subscribers on my blog I will be having another giveaway so tell all your friends to stop by. I hope to be posting a lot more often and sharing my photographs. I took that class from Maggie Holmes and shooting in Manual mode is now very fun.
Have a wonderful scrappy weekend everyone!!
The Distressed Crafter