Techniques and Tutorials For Card Making
Stippling trees, lots of card tuts.
Winter Snow Scene - KittieKraft
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Tips and Tricks: Sewing on Cards
The Original Crop-A-Dile has been one of our best selling products since it's inception in 2005! Why? Because it has revolutionized scrapbooking! You can now easily punch holes, set eyelets, snaps and gromlets easily and quickly - with no loud banging or damaging your hands or craft table! Check out why the Crop-A-Dile is every crafters favorite...
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Feature Friday – Sewing | My Favorite Things
•Large stamp or die cut •Dye ink pad (Stampin' Up! Tempting Turquoise used here) •Metallic Gelato™ to match ink or other shimmery water-based medium (Metallic Blueberry Gelato used here) •Coloring medium to match ink(PITT artist pen big brush used here) •Pencil with new, flat white eraser For Step-by-Step See: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/bokehbackground/##ixzz2g85Vc7BN
By Laura Drahozal. Use "Stone Wall" stencil (Dreamweaver). Rub soap onto stencil; brush off any bits. Lay stencil soap side down onto wide sticky tape). Pour embossing powder over stencil - rust, stone, brown, silver, etc. Press lightly with fingers & blend powders. Flip project over & carefully peel adhesive paper off stencil, leaving stencil flat on hard surface. Heat set. Let cool. Pour on fine black embossing powder. Use fingers to spread. Brush off excess with stipple brush. Heat set.