In this tutorial join Rebecca as she creates a simple scene and then die cuts and lifts the panels off the card and back into the card with foam tape.
Find out how easy it is to create this colorful one-layer card!
I’m so happy to share with you a fun trick – use a die cut piece of vellum or thin paper to create a mask, which looks like a stencil!
Lindsay has a lovely card for you this week that features a window box brimming with luscious succulent plants. Grab your supplies and work along with Lindsay as she shows you how to create this beautiful card.
No sewing required! Just grab some heavy cardstock, some peg stamps, a paper piercer, and a little hot glue and follow along as Lindsay shows how easy it is to create a quilted card.
In this tutorial, Lindsay shows how to create intricate lattice fold cards and embellish them with peg stamps.
Create a BEAUTIFUL scenic card with Lindsay! This card features all the loveliness of spring with budding tree and bunny.
Let's create a glazed tile look with a stencil and embossing enamel, Lindsay will show us how!
Here's a great project for using up paper scraps!
Find out how to get the look of oxide ink using typical dye inks!
Learn how to use chalks to create this card featuring layers of texture and a center stamped wreath with a perfect sentiment.