Add some color and dimension to your backgrounds using the grid technique. It’s a great way to make a main image stand out and a way to create a background that matches the theme of your card. This winter themed card is a great way to show off this technique.
Would you like to make it look like it’s snowing over your first embossed image? Want to make a layered wood look? This double embossing technique is a great way to achieve a layered look for any of your cards.
Thanksgiving is almost here and time is running out to send out your cards. Remember to send one to those you know who may not be getting together with family or friends this year. Let them know that you are still thinking of them with this wonderful and easy to make card.
It’s time for one last scare of the year and this creepy card scene is the perfect way to do it. The Galaxy Sky Technique helps add the eerie darkness to this card. Head off to your craft rooms and create one last Halloween scare of your own using this easy to follow tutorial.
Q: I can’t get my tape runner to add any tape. Is there something wrong with it?
A: If it’s a new runner and you know it’s not empty, first check that you are holding it correctly so the end that has the tape is down on the paper. It’s easy to grab them and have them upside down. Next, check to make sure there is tape on that area of the roller. Sometimes used tape runners will have an open spot where there is no tape.
The Dahlia Fold Technique is often used to make smaller flowers for cards, but did you know that you can make an entire focal point for a card front using the same technique. You can and it’s easy! Just follow the steps below and you’ll be creating these awesome large dahlias in no time.
Have you ever wanted to decorate the inside of your card, but weren’t sure how? A recessed background is a great way to decorate both the inside and outside together. A few of your favorite dies is all you need to create the beautiful flowers in this recessed background.