tutorials for cards and different folds
Make your own Blending Tool.... ...and Save Money. Save yourself a fortune and make your own Blending tool. Do you like to use inks on your creations, maybe to make your own background papers or just to add a vintage look to the edges? And do you find that the blending tools available in the shops are rather expensive especially when you would like several of them?
Make your own Blending Tool - bjl
Hi everyone. In this video i will show how to make a Christmas pocket -envelope cardand decorate it with ,Nutcracker sweet papers and Core'dinations from Graphic 45. will also use Martha Stewart: doily lace Edge Punch. This card can also be used as a page in a mini album Here is the link to my blog where you can find close up pictures http://w...
Specialty Card Folds: Tired of your basic 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" single fold card? This eArticle explores: Tri-Fold Cards (including Slanted Panel, Stepped Panel and Angled Panel variations), Twisted Cards, Gate Fold Cards, Easel Cards, Twisted Easel Cards, Closed Gate Cards, Gate Fold Cards with a Flap, Triangle Tri-Fold Card, Double-Gate Card, Iron Cross Card, Accordion or Concertina Card, Double ZigZag Card.
tutorial on making paper feathers, including this hymnal feather
Mariannes papirverden.: Double zig zag card - Tutorial Two pieces of cardstock: 6” * 10” Score the first cardstock at : 4” – 6” – 8” Do the same with the other cardstock, but now you start from the right side. Now cut the “zig zag” part of the cardstock like you see in the picture. Start 2 ¼” from the bottom, and end ¼” from the last score line. This ¼” is for the border punch:)
StampARTic: Post-it easel - Tutorial