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CRAFT/ TECHNIQUE TUTORIALS

This is a quick reference tutorial list consisting of both written posts from past/current SBC DT members .  Also included are past Sunday's Tutorial Challenge Posts, some with You Tube videos to refer to.  Please feel free to use for inspiration, however do not copy and post actual pictures,
 thank you- SBC DT

Tutorials:


Cardstock Quick Guide

Christmas Mini Brag Book

Clear Block Stamping


Corner Bookmarker


Cricut EasterEgg Wraps


Diaper Cake

Diaper Cake 2


Die Cut Tips for Bulk Images

Die Cutting and Quilling


DIY Glimmer Mist


Easy Distress Flowers


Explosion Box


Fast and Easy Christmas Card Tips


Faux Color Embossing


Fridge Magnets


Glossy Accents

Goodie Bag Toppers


Iron On Vinyl

Making your own background paper

Mini Album

Organizing Ribbon


Paper Piecing

Toilet Paper Pumpkin (non-sewing)

Vinyl Basics

CRAFT/TECHNIQUE VIDEOS


Techniques:


Christmas Card Share 

Digital stamp coloring with Photoshop

Distress Ink Techniques - Part 1 - SBC Tutorial

Distress Ink Techniques - Part 2 - SBC Tutorial

Distress Ink Techniques - Part 3 - SBC Tutorial

Distress Ink Techniques - Part 4 - SBC Tutorial

How To Decorate a Planner (For Beginners)

Spotlight Technique -

Quick Tip: How To Organize Scrap Paper



Batty Halloween Card - SBC Tutorial with Sunsational Stamps


DIY Christmas Treat Bags

Deco Foil Tutorial- Scrapbook Blessings Club DT Post

Easy Halloween Card Tutorial -SBC Design Team Project

Ghost Card - SBC Tutorial

Hall Pass -

Handmade Envelopes Tutorial -SBC Design Team

Locking Card Mechanism - Anniversary Ed - SBC

Paper Butterfly Tutorial

Polka Dot CAS Card
https://multiplicitycrafts.wordpress.com/2017/01/20/polka-dot-cas-card/

Sunburst -

Vinyl Record Card for Music Lovers!



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