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In today’s video tutorial I am showing you 4 techniques that easily create a second card so you get the most out of your craft time. When we carve out time in our schedule for crafting, it is always so satisfying when we produce results. These are four techniques that will guarantee that feeling! Technique #1: Black and White Mirror Cards By stamping the same image in the same spot on black and white cardstock, you can easily re-create this look. The black and white frames around the stamping are…

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Today I created a DIY video tutorial on how to create a sympathy card using Beloved Daisy Stamp & Die & Mask Stencil Bundle ( ALTN ) and new inks from The Stamp Market Full Ink Collection ( THS ). I love this card because it truly pulls together the focal point of the card using the golden frames from the Altenew Fine Frames Cover Dies ( SBC | ALTN | ELH | SSS ). In the video tutorial I cover many techniques but I think the best one is…

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In today’s video tutorial, I am working with ink blending using the new Scrapbook.com Blending Tool. The Ink Blending Tool with Domed Foam Applicators ( SBC ) is brand new and super easy to use. I really love them because the domed foam allows for no harsh lines and these brushes pick up a ton of colour. They are very inexpensive too which is great! Today’s video is a part of a video hop to celebrate my friend Ardyth’s 3000 YouTube Subscriber Milestone! Three are many prizes to be won!…

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Cover plate dies are popping up more and more in my Instagram Stories. I love using them because they create an amazing focal point with little effort. I was so inspired by some cards that Erica made, I had to buy and try out the Falling Circles die by Neat and Tangled. Unfortunately, it has been retired but no worries, I featured many different cover plate dies and I even have some alternatives to the Falling Circles die. Layering & Faux Layering Technique I showed off the layering and faux…

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Today I’m exploring Number 10 cards (4″ x 9.25″) and how to create custom cards for birthdays with Wide Washi tape from Altenew. I love shaker cards and I’ve been making tons of these lately. I decided to use my favourite washi tapes: Teal Shadow, Painted Fantasy, Glitter Flurries, Monochrome and Misty Meadows. A Note on Alphabet Dies Using alphabet dies (regardless of size) makes these kinds of cards possible. I used a variety of them and showed you the size on my glass mat in order to help you…

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