Saturday, October 16, 2010

Black Cat Scraps-Oct 31st (Part 3 of 4)

This is video 3, a start to finish demonstration of putting a card together using the die cut end result from video  1 & 2!

Supplies used:

Pattern Paper (Making Memories)
Ribbon from Michales Stores, Celebrate it!
Black cardstock (6 3/4" x 4 3/4")
White/Yellow cardstock (Recollections) 5" x 7" card  1.5" moon
Black cat sticker (Recollections)
Vellum  (6 3/4" x 4 3/4")
"Spooky" rub-ons (DCVW-all dressed up)
Stickers (Making Memories word fetti)
bat corner punch (Martha Stewart)
Color Box pigment ink pad - Dragonfly Black
Stamps- spider web & spider (Inkadinkado- All Hallows Eve)
"Dead" gel pen for dry embossing
embossing pad (Slice Making Memories)
Slice (Making Memories)
Pop dot
Aleene's tacky glue
Tombow Mono permanent adhesive
Steel ruler
Scissors (Fiskars)
Paper trimmer (Fiskars)

Check out part 1 in the series if you have not seen it. In part 1 I show you how to use your Slice machine as if it were a Stamp-A-Ma-Jig. By creating a template and deciding where you want it on your project  and then placing the template on the Slice glass plate exactly as you had it before, then sliding your to-be-cut project under the template lined up where you want it, remove template and CUT! you now have a cut out image in the middle of your page just where you want it.

If you haven't seen part 2 of the series, How to elaborate your Slice cut out for a more detailed handmade die cut.. Tips tricks and techniques will be shared. Dry embossing on vellum and easy to find tools, a new way to use your Punch Around The Page Corner Punch from Martha Stewart. here is the link

Check out video Part 4 and see the cute adorable card made for Lulu, Spricket24/Karen Alloy's daughter! I love her videos, Karen you ROCK!!
Beautiful card made with the end result from this video, part 2. A Happy Halloween card made for Lulu.  Very cute card,  personalized with neon pink embossing powder. Brads, embellishments, crumpled ribbon technique, stamping, embossing...!

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