I’m taking part in a 4×4” swap organised by U.K. stampers forum on Facebook. Each month I will be creating a mixed media square featuring at least one stamped element.
This week’s Top Tip Tuesday is quite an involved post for a seemingly simple topic. Layering die cuts, whether from dies or from an electronic cutter, is one of the things we do most often.[…]
Draw like a pro with your Scan ‘n’ Cut: Following on from our Cut like an expert post, it’s only fair we should bring you one about drawing with the Scan ‘n’ Cut. Learn how to emboss, glitter, foil, heat emboss and varnish with only a Universal Pen Holder and 5 pens.
Following our brief video over on our YouTube channel, I thought I would do a more detailed instruction set. Check out the tutorial over on Adobe Spark, which is a great way of writing a[…]
Adapting cut filesThis project is all about using cut files in different ways for a range of outcomes. We used the cut files from this weekend’s beginner project to create a shadow box card, a[…]
Learn how to get the most out of your Brother Scan ‘n’ Cut: maintain your mats, what to replace them with, and how to care for your blade.
Review of Canon’s LBP-7110CW as well as a great introduction to laser printer crafting techniques you can use with any laser printer. Learn about foiling, image transfers and more with your laser printer.