Wowzer! Happy Holidays, Ruth 😀❤️
So, so, so cool! Classic striking & can't wait to try it!
Beautiful. Great idea using the foam blender for the waterproofing!
Hi Kristina, Saw the plaid on the envy and just HAD to look. WOW, WOW, WOW!! Truly an awesome look. Can't wait to try it out on a card. Thx for sharing. Have a fantastic Christmas 🎅🎄🤶🎁 and a wonderful New Year!🥂🍾🎉
Wow, that's gorgeous! Great job as always, Kristina! I hope you have a wonderful holiday, and thank you for another year full of crafting goodness.
Fantastic envelope Kristina, thanks for sharing ! Love those plaids.
LOVE IT!!!!! Beautiful!!! Lucky Ruth!!!! I will try that technique soon!!! Thanks, K!!
That gold pinstripe is the perfect finishing touch!
Such a beautiful yet simple technique—-and it can be adored to work on any color of envelope or paper. So useful throughout the year. Thank you!
Love the plaid. Thank you.
Love this idea, although I cheat and use C&9 stamps to get this type of result. Lol. I’m not good freehanding straight things. 😂. Love the gold stripe. I need one of those gold pens now.Question: I don’t have gouache, could I use a white Posca paint pen for the writing instead?
Thank you so much, Kristina!!! I love seeing how you created this wonderful handmade envelope! I do have some Scottish ancestry (my husband's family obviously has a German name), so it's super fun that you created a wonderful plaid for my envelope! Thank you again! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
You have amazing talent and way more patience than me! 😉 Beautiful envelope.
WOW ! The envelope is gorgeous and your hand writing just looks amazing on it. Thank you for sharing. Happy crafting.🌲☃️❄️🌲☃️❄️🌲☃️❄️
You are amazing!
Gorgeous plaid. The addition of the gold is so perfect.
Beautiful envelope! And your hair looks so pretty like that!❤
Amazing again!♥️♥️♥️Thank you for sharing this. 💋
wow! I thought I loved it BEFORE you added the gold and white details…..and then I LOVED IT! So great! Thanks for sharing, Kristina.
PS. You ALWAYS look so amazing in deep red, Ms. Werner!
Love your hand writing. Beautiful work like always
Wow! This is stunning!
Wow, love love LOVE your envelopes. I adore the plaid on the red. The gold…. perfection!Lucky Ruth.
Amazing, great looking plaid!
This is so lovely and beautiful, but something about this card stuck out to me in particular and really hit home! The name "Gauss" or "Gauß" was my Oma's maiden name! Beautiful work!
I so look forward to your envelopes…awesome job.
What!!! This is the coolest, most beautiful plaid ever! Love this! 😍
When you personally do these cards and/or envelopes, do you do them in bulk or just a few? I would think if you do it in Bork era take you quite a long time to do them. If you do, you probly start in July. Lol
Kristina, it was so much fun to watch you create that plaid envelope! Thank you!
You have a very steady hand! I would never have gotten straight lines or bands.Love the colours and the envelope and of course, RUTH!
What a cool idea! And so well executed! I sure wish I could print as beautifully as you do. Oh my.
What a beautiful envelope!!! Love it!!!
Amazing as always! Thank you.
Love plaids. Your envelopes are so beautiful! I have a feeling it isn't as easy as you made it look!
Oooooh! It was so fun seeing you paint my first name! LOL I don't know what it is, but this year I have become infatuated with plaid and this is simply GORGEOUS! Thank you for sharing!
loved the pattern and that the micro glaze water proofed the envelope.
What an awesome idea! Loved it!
Gorgeous — love a dark plaid. But if I could draw a straight line (much less do it with a brush) I wouldn't be stamping! loved it anyway. : )
Beautiful Envelope and your writing is amazing. Lovely!
Mail art is my favorite. TFS
Wow so simple but so amazing. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
Awesome, why does it need 4 Stamps? Or are they just decorations?
Best one yet!!
Okay… who are You? Nothing human could draw such straight lines freehand. Really, is there anything You can't do? My Hero!
Awesome. I adore plaid anything and this is just beautiful.
Amazing. Your script, even with a paint brush and paint is remarkable
Wow, you hit it out of the park with your hair today Kristina and this envelope is beautiful! I just love tuning in to see what you are making!
Just tried this Kristina and though my version is a little less than perfect, I have used it to cut out letters for my cards – as a Scot living in Australian the tartan letters look great on my cards to family and friends at home 😀Thanks again for sharing all your wonderful skills with us amateurs !
That was a fun video!
Yeah this isn’t happening. Your talent…. not for the feeble. No way could I do this. You guys make it look so easy but it takes such incredible talent. Thank you for sharing! But not anything I can do. I’m sad. You’re incredibly gifted! Thank you! 💕🙋♀️
I love this plaid pattern. Great results.
Your ability to hand letter is outstanding – particularly with the brush! Well done, you!!
I liked the plaid until you added the gold . . . then I LOVED IT! ❤❤❤ Wow!
What tripod do you use for your overhead filming?
So gorgeous 😍
Sei bravissima! Hai una manualità incredibile! Ti adoro! 😍
How beautiful! Thank you for all you do to bring us unique cArds and envelopes! You never cease to amaze!!!!
Oh my god, these are the only Copic markers colors I have! Now I need some red envelopes 😁Thanks ❤️
I love that you took the time to create the Buffalo plaid background. The white and gold accents pop! TFS!
OM gosh – that was amazing. The envelope is stunning. May I ask what kind of brush you were using?
Wow, this is gorgeous! I wish my name was Ruth G. ;0)
I seriously could watch you write all day long!
Detail is so important! I loved the embellishments! 💜
I love this one so much! Perfect for the holidays!
That is incredible! 😮
So cool. TFS
I love the plaid pattern. Happy Holidays.
You have the nicest kindest, voice on all of YouTube! Like your videos! TFS!
Stunning! A work of Art! Wow 😃
Love it. You make it look so easy. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely end result!
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