Debby's Dare Demos, Caddy Remix!

Hi! The rumor of my demise has been great exaggerated. LOL Between a slight health issue and the Scrapbook Yard Sale this Saturday I’ve been off the computer busy.

I was able to get a demo completed. I’ve had people ask me for this demo throughout the two years I first posted it. Two years, different camera, better sound and I decided to do it again.

The demo is the basic caddy. Below are the photos of what I did with the basic caddy. Enjoy, as always if you like the demo, learned anything, have questions etc. leave a comment. I love to know you are out there!

After the demo I took the square pieces off the caddy. I dipped them in beeswax, added texture with a piece of netted material then added a bit of Perfect Pearls. Magic happens with Perfect Pearls and beeswax. Even when the beeswax is dry your Perfect Pearls with stay on. Magic I tell you!

I dipped the Heidi Swapp flower in the wax. As it dried I separated the petals and positioned them the way I wanted them to stand. This was my first time so I think next time I will have a little more movement.

I inked the edges of the caddy with Tim Holtz Distress Ink. Add some cool ribbon you can get at AC Moores. Then topped it off with K & Co. glitter stickers.

The tag I made that I showed on the video is from Stamp Camp. They really are fabulous for all types of stamps. I love the vintage ones best.

Tomorrow is “Scrapbook Yard Sale Day” in Lexington, South Carolina. If you are local I hope to see you there! It starts at 9 am.

Gratitude List
1. Bob
2. Sudie
3. God’s protection on me
4. abiding in God
5. God’s redemptive love


  1. Thank you
    I love your videos.

  2. This is great! :)

  3. Totally love the video debby! Good that you are feeling better:)

  4. This is beautiful. Thanx for sharing.

  5. oooooooooooo how cool!!!! so glad you are alive and well!

  6. Can't wait to try this! Thank you!
    God is good! I am blessed!


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