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CARD MAKING - Techniques

For anyone who likes creating things with paper, this is one of the best measurement shortcuts I’ve ever seen. I learned it in a bookbinding workshop led by Cherryl Moote. If you need to divide a rectangular sheet of paper into equal pieces, lay a ruler with the zero on one edge of the page. Slide the ruler down until a number divisible by the number of sections you need appears on the other edge of the paper. For example, I want to divide my 8.5 x 11″ sheet into 5 equal sections. I slide the ru

Easy Math for Artsies!

By Kassi Lynne. Use this tool to ink the raised parts of dry embossed cardstock. Stick craft foam to a felt pad, then to the Velcro on an ink blending tool. The foam is hard than a blending pad, allowing you to hit only the raised areas. It will hold & distribute ink & paint better also. (It won't work well for blending ink, though, so use the Ranger foam or felt pads for this.) With paint, use a very thin layer on the foam & really spread the paint out as you are picking it up.

k.lynne art: the highlighter...

Create a faux patina look with an embossing folder and ink.

Faux Patina Tutorial - Splitcoaststampers

Crafters Corner : Flip-Card Tutorial using partial die-cutting! I need to remember this for my stampin up class

Crafters Corner : Flip-Card Tutorial using partial die-cutting!

card making tutorial: White Craft Ink Watercolor Technique ... photos ... luv the look on kraft ...

White Craft Ink Watercolor Technique - Patty's Stamping Spot

fall leaves- hmm, would definitely be easier to do all the inking BEFORE punching/ die cutting...

Ideas for Scrapbookers: Leaf Template Tutorial

Sunburst technique, Cut pieces of card stock and/or  designer series paper to either 1 x 6 or 2 x 6.  Cut pieces diagonally.