First Day of Fall is September 23

The first day of Fall or Autumn is September 23. Are you ready? I have started stocking up on my fall colors for card stock. Have you? Contact me to order or order online at https://jonidaniel.stampinup.net. Happy Crafting! With inky fingers, Joni 🙂

Saving Space

When you craft do you try to save space to stretch your supplies just a bit farther? I tend to punch out of the middles of the mats to get “extra” card stock. The Multipurpose Glue gets cut in half so all of the glue can be pulled out of it. (Make sure you areContinue reading “Saving Space”

Stack Your Card Stock

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today is more of a tip than a technique. When you are doing multiple projects remember that you can stack your card stock. Instead of only scoring one piece at a time do as many as will fit in the Paper Trimmer. Make sure to use the lines going down to ensureContinue reading “Stack Your Card Stock”

Masking with a Window Sheet

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Have you ever masked a project and not been able to see exactly where your edges are? And then when you finish your lines are a bit blurred or mottled. Instead of using a piece of card stock use aContinue reading “Masking with a Window Sheet”

Embossing folders to the rescue.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today we are talking about embossing folders. All of them! All at once! Pick a few of your favorites and use them on your scratch card stock. Make a tiered background from all the different textures. This sample has a background of Night of Navy card stock and the layers are ofContinue reading “Embossing folders to the rescue.”

Paper as ribbon.

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Today I want to talk about the texture of things. When you use an embossing folder not only can it be a full background, but it can make things look like something else. For example, this piece of Crumb CakeContinue reading “Paper as ribbon.”

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