Monday, December 24, 2012

"NEW" Eureka Stamps/QKR Stampede Tutorial & Technique Team

Merry Christmas Everyone....

It's Sassy Raggedy - Joann here with you today with some really big news!  Starting in January we at Eureka Stamps and QKR Stampede will be introducing our brand new Technique and Tutorial  team.  

We also will be showcasing our designs every Wednesday on the Eureka Stamps and QKR Stampede Blogs and Facebook Pages.  Every Wednesday we will be posting step-by-step tutorials and we will show you many examples of how to use the different products sold at the Eureka Stamps and QKR Stampede stores.
We are all really excited about this team and hope we can inspired you to learn some new cardmaking ideas as well as expand your product knowledge of the different products available.

When we start up in January you will see a different tutorial on each blog so be sure to check out both the Eureka Stamps Blog, as well as the QKR Stampede Blog.  We also will be available to answer any questions you might have - just leave us a comment and we will get back with you. 

At this time I would like to introduce the team members so far.  At the end of the post you will see a Design Team call for our Technique and Tutorial Team.  It will run through the end of January and if you might be interested please read the info and let us know.

We will be showcasing our cards using "Mica Powders" today.  You can go to our individual blogs to view how we made our projects.

Deb Scott of  "I Love It"
What a talented and very creative crafter Debrah is.  We are so fortunate to have her join our Design Team. Deb is always trying different techniques and loves learning new ways to craft paper projects. 

Deb used a rubber stamp from Eureka Stamps called "Partridge in a Pear".  And she used the wonderful technique of using Mica Powders over VersaMark.

 Isn't this just lovely...What a wonderful card and be sure to stop by Deb's Blog, "I Love It" to see how she designed her card.

Joann - Sassy Raggedy of "Sassy Raggedy"

Joann - Sassy Raggedy of "Sassy Raggedy"

Yep that's me Sassy Raggedy!  I am looking forward to seeing what we can come up with each week and we would love to have you join us on our new venture.

For my introduction card I also used a rubber stamp from Eureka Stamps called "Bethlehem with Verse". I used the technique of applying Metallic Mica Powder over Sticky Powder.

Be sure to stop by my blog later today for the step by step instructions of how I made my card.  I say later today because my hubby is in the hospital and it will be later before I can get the post finished.

So there you have it.  The Introduction to our new Eureka Stamps and QKR Stampede Tutorial & Technique Team.

 Would YOU Like to Join us on our New Venture?

 Here are the requirements and the DT Call. 

Do you enjoy using different techniques and tutorials on your creations? We are looking for a few
talented and very creative people to join our new Tutorial and Techniques Design Team.

Some of the requirements for this new team are as follows:
  • Must be able to write tutorials and convert measurements from cm's to inches.
  • Be interested in learning how to use new products as well as new techniques.
  • Able to commit to making at least 2 creations a month.
  • Must have a blog and be able to post creations and info concerning new products and all products used.
  • Must be dependable and versatile in completing projects.
  • Must be able to read and understand English.
If you are interested in learning more about this Design Team please contact Joann Burton at Please include your blog address when responding.

Thanks for stopping by today and from all of us here at Eureka Stamps and QKR Stampede we would like to wish all of you a wonderful Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 


  1. Loving these techniques Joann and Deb. Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas and all the best that 2013 has to offer.
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  2. One important thing to remember when using mica powders: don't touch it until it is fully and completely cooled, otherwise, where you touch will be muted and dulled, and will be easily noticed.