Posts By: Stamping Bella

Marker Geek Monday: Curvy Girl loves Essential Oils Copic Video

Another throwback from me today. I promise I have been colouring, but I’m in a bit of a tizz as we’ve got workmen in for a bathroom remodel! I need to channel Curvy Girl and get the essential oils out so I can chill out and refocus. While I sort myself out, you can watch me colour Curvy Girl loves Essential Oils in my video below.

Curvy Girl Loves Essential Oils Card

Oh to be that relaxed…

Stamps Used: Curvy Girl loves Essential Oils, Good Vibes sentiment set

Curvy Girl Essential Oils Video

Watch me colour this stamp in the video below. If you enjoy watching please do like the video and subscribe over on my YouTube channel.



It’s Sunday with Tamibella

Tamara here with you with my latest card featuring Stamping Bella’s image called Mini oddball on a stack of gifts. Is it too early to start with Christmas cards?? My plan to make at least one each month failed completely! I think I’ll be lucky if I manage to make at least 10 cards before the main season. LOL

I used Archival Ink – Jet black for stamping my image on Fabriano 300g HP watercolour paper. For colouring I used Distress Ink pads.

Distress Ink colours used:
skin: vintage photo
hair: antique linen, walnut stain
red: barn door
green: mowed lawn
purple: villanous potion
yellow: fossilized amber, spiced marmalade

I didn’t over decorate my card. I wanted to keep it as flat as possible for mailing. Image was cut out with rectangle die with double stitching and then I added a banner and two hearts that match the colours of my colouring.

Sentiment “Dear Santa define good.” comes with the image.

Have a great Sunday!
Hugs, t.


Wonderful Wednesday: Oddball Farm Birds Copic Video

Another throwback today! Don’t worry, there will be some new fun very soon. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy checking out this older card and colouring video!

Oddball Farm Birds Card

This card still cracks me up. The hen at the bottom has had it UP TO HERE.


Stamps Used: Oddball Farm Birds, Down on the Farm Sentiment set

Oddball Farm Birds Colouring Video

Watch me colour this stamp set in the video below. If you enjoy watching please do like the video and subscribe over on my YouTube channel.



Spotlight On: June 2022 Stamp of the Month Offers!

It’s that time of the week again. I’ve got my spotlight out and I’m shining it on two amazing stamp sets – this month’s “Stamp of the Month” offers. Each month a stamp (or stamp and the coordinating die where still available) is offered with a fantastic discount. You’ve got until the end of 30th June 2022 to grab this month’s offers, and I’m here to show you why you need them. If you already have them, I’m here to remind you why you needed it, and inspire you to get it inky!

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Marker Geek Monday: Oddball Farm Animals & Barn Card & Videos

THROWBACK TIME! I’m on a bit of a summer slowdown at the moment, so this week I’ll be sharing some throwbacks. Today I thought I’d go with the two current STAMP OF THE MONTH offers! Below you can watch my Oddball Farm Animals video, Oddball Barn, Hay & Fence video and see a card featuring them together.

Oddball Farm Animals Card

Which is your favourite? They’re all hilarious, but that horse gets me… “Yeah, hay there…hay, very good, I see what you did there…” Also, may I direct your attention to the weather vane atop the barn. Even the weather vane is over it.

Stamps Used: Oddball Farm Animals set, Oddball Barn, Hay & Fence set, Down on the Farm sentiment set

Oddball Farm Animals Colouring Video

Watch me colour this stamp set in the video below. If you enjoy watching please do like the video and subscribe over on my YouTube channel.

Oddball Barn, Hay & Fence Colouring Video

Watch me colour this stamp set in the video below. If you enjoy watching please do like the video and subscribe over on my YouTube channel.



Hiya sistahs, happy Thursday with Sandiebella !

Today Sandiebella teaches us how to make a DOUBLE DISPLAY CARD!

Double Display Card


Nautical themed designer paper (used – Echo Park: Ahoy There)
Scoring board, bone folder, pencil, ruler, eraser
Stitched Circle and Stitched Rectangle Dies
Selection of die cuts for embellishing.
How to:

Stamp Edna Loves the Ocean onto white card. Colour using your preferred medium, and fussy cut around the outline. Set aside to work on the card.

For the card base, cut one piece of card measuring 6″ x 12″. On the long side, score at 2″, 4″, 8″, and 10″

Again on the long side, score down from the top to the 1″ mark at 1″, 5″, 7″, and 11″. Also score up 1″  from the bottom at 1″, 5″, 7″, and 11″.

Turn the card to the back and draw a line from the end (at the 1″ mark) of the 1″ score line to the 5″ score line, and from the 7″ to the 11″ score line. Repeat on the opposite side.

Using craft knife, cut across the pencil lines.

Gently folding the score lines  – mountain, valley, mountain, valley fold 1″ sections. Mountain, valley fold the larger sections. Repeat on the opposite side.

Cut two pieces of card measuring 3″ x 6″.

Apply adhesive to the end section as shown, and adhere the 3″ x 6″ piece of card to it. Repeat on the opposite end.

For the layering panels: 
Front x2 – 
Navy card 2-7/8″ x 5-7/8″
Turquoise card – 2.75″ x 5.75″
Paper – 2-5/8″ x 5-5/8″
Inside centre –
Navy card – 3-7/8″ square
Turquoise card – 3.75″ square
Paper – 3-5/8″ square
Inside sides x2- 
Navy card – 3-7/8″ x 1-7/8″
Turquoise card – 3.75″ x 1.75″
Paper – 3-5/8″ x 1-5/8″
Long top and bottom x4 – 
Navy card – 7/8″ x 1-7/8″
Turquoise card – 0.75″ x 1.75″
Paper – 5/8″ x 1-5/8″
Small top and bottom – x8 – 
Navy card – 7/8″ x 7/8″
Turquoise card – 0.75″ x 0.75″
Paper – 5/8″ x 5/8″

Once all the layers are adhered, cut a selection of nautical themed die cuts for embellishment. Stamp the sentiment onto white card and cut out using a stitched rectangle die.

Cut one 3.5″ stitched circle from navy card and one 3.5″ stitched circle from paper. Adhere them together, then decorate before adhering Edna using foam tape/dots. Adhere the circle panel to the centre section of the card.

Decorate the front.
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Until next time, HAPPY STAMPING!