I’ve really enjoyed this challenge. Who’d have thought the scan and cut, that I’ve had 4 years, could do so much! I’ve started an art journal and am going to try and teach myself calligraphy.
It’s definitely made me determined to make more use of my craft supplies and learn new techniques.
Thank you all for the inspiration.
Ugh…I am so upset, lol…I posted the card I made for my son for his graduation on the Facebook page Maymay made it and so did I and tagged it with #mayisformakin. I did it yesterday and was so hoping to be able to get an entry into this contest cuz I have NO punches, lol or any of maymays stamps (I just heard the collective gasp from everyone, lol) but I just cannot afford these things but need them so bad! Well, maybe WANT is a better words, lol. I was so proud of myself for making a pop up card…my very first one EVER! I could not get the “mechanism” so I watched the video like 5 times, lol! Anyway, if I just knew that Maymay saw it and maybe,🤞🤞, even liked it…that would be a WIN in my HEART!!
Good luck to everyone else that entered! There are so many AMAZING, talented people on here!!
Thank you Maymay for this challenge! You helped me do some things I’d wanted to try, just DIYing with no kits or patterns. Yay!! Luv your videos along with Vinnie, your trusty sidekick, especially as you share your love of the Lord.
Thanks for everything!!
Blessings and Luv from Boynton Beach, FLorida!
I love how you designed the Graduation twist in pop card easier to do. Though I didn’t feel like making a tassel for the mortar board I took High School logos and did an print and cut with my Silhouette Cameo. I used some gold thick vellum paper that I have had for years. The black and gold was perfect for the schools colors. I entered the card here. Thank you for all of your inspiration.
My mother’s very sick and in the hospital so when I seen Maymay’s altered journal I knew I had to make one for Mom. Thank you so much for all the inspirations, and fellowship!!! Love listening to you and Vinney!
I finally got over my fear of Cricut print and cut. LOL No idea why I was worried it is so easy.
About a week ago I ‘stumbled’ upon your You Tube video about the dragging technique with distressed inks. I went out and bought a set and after a tiny bit of practice made the “Masculine Birthday Card” that I just posted. With more men than women in the family I really needed an idea for a more masculine card. How cool that I found Maymay Made it!
Mother’day card I made but did not know how to rotate.
I unboxed my stamps, 5 yrs. after my move. I’m unmounting and converting wood mount to cling stamps. Also converting foam mount stamps. I’m working on a birthday card and I’m loving the ease of cling stamping! I “made” a stamp cleaner and cleaning spray. And a, mini LISTI, least incredible stamping tool invented. I’d love a real MISTI but $$$, I’ll ask my nephew to make one for me.
Winning my fear for the Scan n Cut. 3 projects in one week
I’m excited about this challenge. I have so many “some day” projects! I crafted a gift for my daughter-in-law for Mother’s Day using a plain wooden cut-out frame, some scrapbook paper, art glitter glue and Distress Inks. The look was inspired by Maymay’s “Home”/bunny block project and I love the way it turned out. Now, on to make another one for my daughter too. Thanks and blessings!
Used Brenda’s staggered album for Makin Baseball Albums for my 3 grandsons using the Carta Bella paper pack & the black chip board.
Thanks for the motivation. I haven’t stamped since my great niece came to live with me 8 yrs. ago. We moved 5 yrs. ago and my stamping stuff was still packed away. I’ve pulled out the boxes, started organizing and am converting warped and damaged stamps to cling stamps. My bank acct. may not survive this challenge but I’m having a blast. I’m really enjoying seeing everyone’s creativity and picking up some great ideas. Maymay, I really appreciate your sweet christian spirit that shows through no matter what you’re doing. If I could drive I’d be at your shop tomorrow. Love to you and all who share your passion!
Made my first background paper. Lots of fun will make more
I am thoroughly enjoying this challenge. It has made me go into my craft room and use materials I haven’t used before; especially, my “sacred” paper stash:)
Just posted my first project and was so excited that I did it and finished it.
Mother Day card
First project of vinyl on wood using my new Cricut Explore. Project for my craft room
WOW! Thank you for the motivation! I have never successfully worked in watercolor, but beginning this morning… May 1… I’m being successful! I’m enjoying it, and mixing it together with other media, and adding in a dash of ATCs… It’s a whole new world!
I am so excited about this challenge. Today I pulled out some of my seldom used washi tape and watercolor markers.
Excited about this challenge
Excited about mays new challenge