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I’m here today to share with you another Sketch It video tutorial!
Today’s cards are all very clean and simple–so fun and easy to make!
here are some photos of the cards for you
and here are the products I used
It’ Michelle here today and I am so excited for my first day on the blog with all of you. I have a video today on how to create boxes for card sets.
As cardmakers we tend to make lots of sets to give as gifts, I find that if I add a pop dot or two to them they are too bulky to fit in the clear plastic boxes that you can buy. I get frustrated having to use 2 boxes for 10 cards and envelopes. Every tutorial I found had mega amounts of math. I am all about simplification. I would rather stamp than do the math. 🙂 So I sat at my desk for hours on Saturday and finally figured out a super simple formula. I hope you enjoy.
Here is the video, please be kind…it’s my first time doing a video, I was really nervous 😉
Here is the image of the boxes in the video:
I also created a PDF for you use if you want to create your own box. In the PDF it shows you how to make the window on the box for a variation. You can download/print the PDF here:Card Box Tutorial ***edited to add…I have posted the tutorial on my personal blog. You can right click or print to save until I can get the kinks out of the PDF. I am sorry for any inconvenience.
You still have time to enter Challenge #3, Topsy Turvey–Use a sentiment as something other than a sentiment. It closes on May 12. You could win a gift certificate from the fabulous Simon Says Stamp!
I hope you all have a phenomenal day! 🙂
Supplies used in all 3 projects are listed below:
Hello all crafty girls and crafty boys!
This is Lucy Newton with my first Photo Tutorial for A Blog Named Hero Yey!!! This is a technique I saw somewhere in the web. And I think is versatile and fun, it’s about white embossing on black cardstock and then coloring the images with markers. Sounds like fun? It is, so let`s begin shall we?
For this technique you will need:
Here are the products you’ll need to try this fun technique!