Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Creating Cards - February 24th

Hello everybody!

In today's episode as a special request I included how I cut and fold my kraft paper for base of the card. I wanted to make a 4x4 card so I cut my paper at 4x8. I used my Tonic Studios' Guillotine , which I love, by the way. The next step is to fold my paper and for this I use my lovely T-shaped ruler. I do not think I could paper craft without my T-shaped ruler. I first use it to mark the middle of the paper, so I can fold it precisely. Then I use my ruler to draw a straight line with my bone folder. And just in case you are wondering I bought my it at Michael's ;).

The paper I used for this card is from Basic Grey's Lemonade collection and the stamp is one of Basic Grey's mini acrylic stamps (I do not believe it has a name).

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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Etsy Treasury

I cannot believe my eyes!! I got featured in a treasury list! Thank you very much to the curator.

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Thank you, guys!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Creating Cards - February 17th

Hello everyone!!

Happy Wednesday, create a card happy Wednesday!! Today I have a small size card, only 3x3. I used kraft cardstock as the base of the card and the rest of the card is just scraps of paper that I had around my scrap room.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Creating Cards - February 10th

Dear all!!

Another Wednesday so another episode of Creating Cards series. This is a very simple card, as this was a very hectic wife.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Creating Cards - February 3rd


I cannot believe another week just past, so here it is another episode. This is a very simple Valentine's Day card that can easily be replicated on an assembly line type of thing for when you need more than one. I used Kraft cardstock as the base of the card, BasicGrey Sugar Rush pattern paper, Inque Boutique heart stamp, Colorbox Chestnut Roan ink, white buttons.

Enjoy and see you next week.