By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor
Q: The edges of my cardstock and patterned papers are jagged and torn when I cut them. What is wrong with it?
Q: What would I use spray adhesive for on my projects?
A: Spray adhesive is great to hold down a stencil on any project including paper ones to keep it secure on the item and prevent the paint or other medium you are using from going under the stencil. It is, also, handy to have to place intricate cut die cuts on a project.
Q: Any suggestions on using spray inks?
Q: Is there a way to give white ribbon an aged look?
A: Brew a cup of your favorite tea or coffee and allow the ribbon to soak in it. For a darker color soak it longer and for a lighter color soak it less time. Hang the ribbon up to dry and it is ready to use.
Q: What is dry embossing?
A: There are two forms of dry embossing that are most used. The first is using a stencil and an embossing stylus tool and the second one is done by an embossing folder or die and die cut/embossing machine.