Love learning? Today kicks off my new series ‘Card Making Techniques Vol 1! Check out this new series that is perfect for all paper crafters and scrapbooking too!!
That’s right, today kicks off my card making techniques vol. 1 series–something I have dreamed of doing for 5 years now! Even though I’m using the ‘card making techniques’ verbiage in this title I want it to be clear that this is for all types of paper crafters & these techniques are used in lots of different paper crafts. It’s just that so many of my customers and team are card makers.
The card making techniques series will be brought to you over several months and each release will have a bunch of techniques in each (Vol. 1 contains 10 techniques), plus there will be a video that demonstrates how each technique is done.
You also have the ability to get a PDF TUTORIAL for each volume in the series (more about that below).
You will LOVE having this reference regardless of whether these techniques are familiar to you or they’re new.
Additional Technique Volumes will be added to the series in the weeks and months to come!
Card Making Techniques Vol. 1 Includes:
- Dry Embossed Vellum
- Bleach Stamping
- Bubble Wrap Background
- Faux Linen
- Shadow Stamping
- Clear Block Watercolor
- Watercolor Wash
- Sponge Background using Post It Notes
- Faux Glass
These techniques work with a variety of stamps!
Know what else I have for you? A great way for you to store these PDF’s that you will love!
Card Making Techniques VOl 1 : Video Tutorial
Try 1 card making technique or try all 10…whatever you pick it’s all about being creative and having fun. Share your paper craft creations with friends and family and watch the smiles spread. I’ve got 10 card making techniques in this 1st volume.
If you are reading this in an email, click here to view on the web.
What do you think about these card making techniques vol 1? I’d love to hear which technique you plan to try next!
How Do I store The Card Making Techniques?
One great way to store your card making techniques is in our basic album, which you can find here. The album also gives you a convenient place to include a sample of each technique in one of the pockets. You can find the pocket pages for the album here. Make sure you watch the video because I show how to use all the pocket pages for the technique inserts.
The Tutorials are all set for you to print a Full Size and cut them apart easily!
What Does The Technique PDF look Like?
Each PDF contains a page for each technique instruction, supplies needed to make the sample card, and an image of the completed project. You will be able to print & cut these sheets and store them in the pocket pages and the album that I mentioned above. Or, you can print them off and store them in a standard 3 ring binder–the choice is yours.
HOW CAN I GET THE PDF Sheets for Volume 1?
You can earn the PDF sheets for all 10 of these card making techniques by placing a minimum $50 order (prior to shipping & handling) when you order by October 31, 2021. Use the host code F3ECKXAS and you’ll also earn shopping rewards!
If you’re a Demonstrator or live overseas you can still purchase the tutorial here.
Card Making Techniques Vol 1 : 10 Technique Samples
I used a ton of different stamp sets and ink colors for my techniques. Everything I used is shared on each Technique Tutorial Sheet for your reference so I am sharing below some basic tools that every crafter should have to make life easier when crafting!
Supplies to add to help you with Techniques:
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