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Making a paper butterfly out of thin cardstock or designer series paper is easy. Come see how to make one.
I found this site on a Google search because I have a question that has bothered me awhile. It's about the edges of cardstock after I make a cut with
These words can actually be very important to know about, if you want to be sure your scrapbooking lasts over the years. We spend so much time, money, not to mention love on creating our pages. Avoid these common mistakes that may spoilt your beautiful work.
Find out what acid free, lignin free and buffered mean by clicking the live link below.
Happy, safe scrapping!
Do you have trouble throwing away sturdy plastic boxes, like those that contain those yummy Ferrero Roche chocolates? Sometimes I do! Got some Mod Podge and some tssue paper? Well, you don't have to throw them out anymore!
Click on the live link below to find out how to alter those great boxes.
If you are like me, your life revolves around special occasions. Birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, moves, retirements, from happy arrivals of babies to sad occasions marking the loss of someone dear, you can make heart warming and customised greeting cards for all.
If you need inspiration or ideas for techniques in cardmaking for those occasions, click the live link below to discover many.
Are you new to rubber stamping, or are there some things that you still want to know more about, such as how best to mount your rubber stamps or how to get a clean image?
Click on the live link below to get some tips about rubber stamp basics.
Everyone does it eventually. You wind up with more ink on you than on your project! But how do you remove it?
Quick, click on the live link below to find ideas for removing it cleanly!
Punch art is another name for finding ways to put together basic shapes to make a whole new creature. If you have circle and oval punches or dies, you can make my papercraft bear.
Just click on the live link below for instructions.
Brayers are a fantastic papercrafting tool. They can add quite a bit to your technique repertoire, especially if you like paint and ink, or even emboss resist techniques.
If you have not had a go with one before, find some ideas for how to use brayers by clicking on the live link below.
If you have discovered another way to use your brayer, make a comment in the section on the same page.
Altered Art means different things to different people. I have revealed my own ideas about what it is.
See if you agree or add your own opinions and ideas in the comments section you will find by clicking the live link below.
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