Today's video is a fun one for me. Since getting back into crafting I have noticed that I am pulling certain items over and over again and thought it would be fun to share with you.
Two years ago, I took a step back from crafty and downsized 75% of my craft room. However with just these awesome tools, I have been able to get back into the swing of things and I don't miss having a larger craft room.
Personally, I feel every crafter should have these starting out. They make creating easy and fun!
Tools mentioned: Misti, Neehna Bright Cardstock, Distress Oxides, Ranger Dylusions die cut, In Love Art Shop word die cuts, ATG, Prismacolor Pencils, premade cards,Fiskars cutting blade and trimmer, Zig color pens, Wink Of Stella, Alcohol markers, t-ruler, Westcott 0 ruler, 6x6 paper pads, Versamark, EK Success powder tool, 3d Crystal Lacquer, Tombow adhesive, Momento/Hero Arts black ink, Cricut, Chameleon Black Pen, Pencil, Grid stamping block, etc.
Hello, everyone! Melissa here on to share a "building block" style card with you. I made this one graduation themed, since there are a ton of graduations going on right now. Hope you enjoy this card, and are inspired to try it out yourself.
Here is the tutorial I followed from Split Coast Stampers. To make it easier, I will give you all the measurements, here. It looks harder than it is, I promise.
Start with a piece of cardstock in your desired color that is 5.5 x 10.5. Put the 10.5 inch side along the top of your score board or paper trimmer, and score at 3.5 inches and 7 inches. Fold the first score line in a mountain fold, and the second in a valley fold. You should end up with a "z" fold card.
The next part can get a bit tricky, so make sure you watch the video to fully understand what I am about to explain. On the back side of the "valley" fold, take a ruler and pencil and mark these measurements:
This was a fun project to make and so easy! I swear this is the easiest mini album I have ever done. The best part is it can be a bullet album also for the daily planner people out there. A perfect gift idea.
Here are some of the pictures in my album, and the video is posted below where I show some of the products I used to make it and the rest of the pages.