Hey there, crafty friends! Today, I have an exciting wedding card project to share with you. I’m a big fan of stretching my craft supplies and finding new, creative ways to use them. In today’s video, I’m teaching how you can combine dry and wet embossing on Rinea Foil Paper to create a new technique! It’s simple, but there are no limits to what you can create because you can choose from a wide array of embossing folders and embossing powders. I hope you feel inspired to give this technique a try. If you liked it, be sure to leave a like or comment to let me know!
Hi everyone! I hope you are enjoying the mega inspirations from the Imagine & Rinea collaboration. Today I have a quick and easy card that revisits simple stamping, die-cutting, and embossing. Sometimes all you need is a couple of amazing supplies to put together an amazing card. Check out the details on the realistic-looking rose stamp and the beautifully embossed background by watching this tutorial.
Hi everyone! Have you been enjoying the 3D projects for this month so far? I hope you are! Today I have a floral wreath project to share with you. Besides showing how you can assemble your own paper flowers, I’m also teaching you 3 ways to transform your die cuts! The before and after is as different as night and day and the extra steps definitely bring the flowers to life. Be sure to check out the video and see it for yourself!
Skill: Intermediate Time: 1 hour (depending on the number of flowers)
Hi everyone! I have a special project to share with you: stained glass piece using acetate and aluminum foil. I’ve been wanting to try this technique and I know that now is the perfect time to do this with the new StazOn Pigment inkpads! Check out how well the StazOn Pigment inks stamp on acetate and paper in this tutorial.
Hi everyone! It’s Jessica and I’m so excited to share this Disney-inspired Twist and Pop 3D Card with you. As you can see, there are 4 panels dedicated to The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Up and Cinderella. And I’ve used 14 VersaFine Clair ink pads to ink blend all of the backgrounds. I’ve used several sets of Mama Elephant stamps as well; the images are stamped with Memento ink in Tuxedo Black and colored with Copics. I hope you enjoy this magical creation as much as I do!
Skill: Advanced Time: 15-20 minutes for each panel, 2-3 hours total
VersaFine Clair Inkpad – Warm Breeze, Twilight, Blue Belle, Rain Forest, Shady Lane, Green Oasis, Verdant, Golden Meadow, Acorn, Paradise, Medieval Blue, Monarch, Charming Pink, Cheerful
Hi everyone! Father’s Day is right around the corner and I’m here to share a simple, masculine card idea with you. It features a forest and lake scene that has a watercolor look, but it’s done completely through stamping! I’ve also shown how you can stretch your ink pads by using second generation stamping. It’s an easy technique that allows you to create different shades of the same color even if you’re just using one colored ink.