Card Making Techniques Vol 12 is packed with 5 paper craft techniques you will find fun to use. These work great for other papercraft projects too! Hopefully, you’ll learn a few new techniques and be reminded of some old favorites.
The Card Making Technique Series was designed to share techniques plus show you ways to collect and store ideas in one place — a reference guide. This reference guide will give you an easy way to find the perfect technique for the card you want to make.
CARD MAKING TECHNIQUES VOL 12 INCLUDES:
- Embossed Toilet Paper
- Embossing Paste Technique
- Joseph’s Coat with a twist
- Watercolor Emboss
- Clear Tape to omit words
The video tutorial demonstrates each of these techniques as I make a card for you. Seeing the process from start to finish is so helpful!
TECHNIQUE #1 Toilet Paper
This technique has been around forever but has been forgotten so let’s bring it back. You can use an embossing folder and regular toilet paper from the bathroom. You can also stamp on wet toilet paper too!
Look how deep the embossing is on the Toilet Paper layer; this technique takes some time to dry but the wait is worth it! I used a clothespin and hung the paper to dry in front of one of my lights in the studio.
Card Making Techniques Vol 12 Video Tutorial
Which technique was your favorite in the Card Making Techniques Vol 12 series? I bet it was the Toilet Paper!
TECHNIQUE #2 Embossing Paste Technique
I was introduced to this amazing technique by my team member Amy Williams. She shared it with our team and I was in awe!
You need Shimmer Embossing Paste, ink refills, a paintbrush, and some embellishments, like Sparkle & Shine Sequins, and Effervescent Elements!
TECHNIQUE #3 Joseph’s Coat with a twist
Joseph’s Coat technique also has been around for years. Amy Williams shared with us that you do not have to do the traditional Black Ink (like I’ve always done) — you can use Night of Navy as I did on this card! The funny thing is it looks black!
TECHNIQUE #4 Watercolor Emboss
I love watercolor but personally, I’m terrible at it. I took a class years ago and I am sure the instructor was saying under her breath “please don’t come back”, LOL! All the more reason I like the Watercolor Emboss technique is because it’s one that even I can do.
technique #5 Clear Tape to omit words
I love the boldness of the Thank You Stamp from ‘Good Feelings’ Stamp Set…it is my style! However, I wanted it to be two separate stamps to make this card. I didn’t want to cut the stamp so I used scotch tape to omit the words and stamp them the way I wanted to. I could have used Stampin’ Write Markers to color only one portion of the stamp but I wanted to teach you this trick.
Cardmaking Reference guide
For those of you that have a Cardmaking Reference Guide I have shared some Free Technique Downloads for your book and I promised a way for you to keep track of them. You can visit the Tutorial Store and download this form for FREE. If you have missed any of the previous Cardmaking Techniques you can see those in the Tutorial store as well.
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