Tutorials, Tips for Card Making
This is for tips and tricks on Card Making...Some I have tried and others are to be tried!
use paper scraps and glue/attach to a backing piece of paper. Then, cut a shape for a card front out of it. (or cut a shape out of a card front with the Cameo, and back the space with your scrap papers.)
Beth's Paper Cuts: Paper Scraps Hearts
Why didn't I think of this??? Technique for making a border inside of your punched area
Making bows using brads - no tying
Scrapbook & Cards Today Blog: Washi tape tutorial with Virginia!
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 harder 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...
.I added an extra step to help make this spinner card spin super easy and fast. Add another penny on top of the 1st penny with a Dimensionals then sandwich the gap between the two pennies in your circle track layers . Now that's much better :) . added a layer of the 2013/15 In Color Designer paper # 130136 behind the top layer. That piece is cut at 3 3/4" x 5" for the peek-a-boo layer
Pennies used to make spinner card :)