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Hello everyone, this is Yana Smakula sharing another cardmaking video tutorial and today I'll show you how to turn something negative, such as a negative die cut panel into something positive and super fun on a card.
When die cutting any shape out you usually have a positive side, the actual die cut, and a negative side - a piece of paper that is left over after die cutting. Most of the time the latter is being thrown away and rarely used. However these negative die cut panels are fantastic to use for shaker cards. Since shakers are very popular lately I’d like to invite you to create a create a shaker today.
Light gray, black cardstock; clear acetate; silver glitter tape; clear stamps (Altenew - Sketchy Cities Abroad); clear embossing ink; white embossing powder; heat tool; sequin mix (Lucy Little Things - Lagoon Sparkly Shaker Selection); sequins and clear drops; foam adhesive; tape runner; glue.
Learn how you can make this shaker card by watching the video below:
Hello everyone, it is Linda here, sharing a tutorial for a card created using two of a series of Spellbinders music themed dies - these Die D-Lites are delightful and can be used for so many occasions. I love the way they mix and match, as well as coordinating with so many other Dies - [...]
A snip snip here and a snip snip there. That’s all it takes to get a different look out of your dies and make them match the situation you need!Hi there, Becca Feeken with Amazing Paper Grace here with some of my new dies from the Wedding Collection I designed for Spellbinders. I love to [...]
As in previous weeks, Michelle and I are continuing with our 4th of July projects. We hope that you have been enjoying what we have showcased so far. Today is actually our last feature for this holiday. We used the Debi Quite Contrary Collection with the Pocketful of Posies die but with some fun tissue [...]
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Hello everyone, this is Yana Smakula sharing another card making video tutorial.Do you know that you can use your thin, etched dies, to die cut not just paper or cardstock? I always love to try out new mediums to cut and one of my all time favorites is felt. You can always die cut beautiful shapes out [...]
Hi Everybody it's Christina here with another idea to share with you. This time I am using the new collection from Tammy Tutterow to create a pretty card that is very easy to make.Spellbinders Supplies:S6-001 5x7 Matting Basics AS6-002 5x7 Matting Basics BSBS-046 Big Cheesecloth Tammy Tutterow stampSBS-037 Make Today Designs Make Today Your Best DayS4-628 [...]
One of the really great things about getting to design a product line is the ability to have things made that you find yourself wishing for when you create. I enjoy making mixed media art tags on #8 size manila tags.I believe an interesting background is the foundation for a great tag (or card) [...]
A new week begins and I am so happy to have you join me on Maker Moments! I just can’t seem to get enough of the 4th of July theme so today I made a really easy card. I love to watercolor so I thought I'd showcase it here.I use mixed media paper whenever I [...]
Happy Friday! Today on the Creative Café I hope to inspire you with a quick 4th of July card using our NEW Prizm machine. This is a great little machine for cutting, embossing and stenciling our smaller, thin etched dies. I am featuring our Die D-Lites Collection, Make A Wish and Shining Star sets.Pictured below [...]
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