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How to Use Thin Cuts with Stamping

How to Use Thin Cuts with Stamping

c1641 Springtime wishesHave you ever stamped something and wanted to cut it out, but didn’t want to do a bunch of fussy cutting? I’m sure most of us have! Yesterday, I showed you some cards where I used Close to My Heart Thin Cuts to cut some coordinating stamped floral images.

I thought you may like to see exactly how to use them. Take a peek at this video.

Did you notice how she showed the little magnetic sheet to keep them all in place? Well… I was thinking about the magnetic base that is available to use with my Big Shot, and thought this was a good idea to just stamp my images and put them on the little enclosed magnetic sheet to hold my Thin Cuts in place. NOT a good idea! As soon as I lifted my cuts off, and realized I had almost cut through my magnetic sheet, it dawned on me how goofy that was! However, it didn’t cut all the way through, so all is well. I never said I was perfect! Laugh amongst yourselves!

Here are Thin Cuts currently available. Once you click on one, it will also show you the coordinating stamp set.

Until next time…

Cheers to YOUR Artful Adventures

KS

Stamping for All Occasions

Stamping for All Occasions

For some reason, it seems like I never have enough birthday cards! Sometimes it seems like I could just get by with a ‘Happy Birthday’ stamp and leave it at that. Just kidding! You know I couldn’t do that. Yet it brings up the question of selecting greetings if you are trying to make up…Continue Reading

Stamping on Tissue Paper

Stamping on Tissue Paper

Today’s Artful Adventure is exploring a technique using stamps and tissue paper. This is great for getting crisp images onto areas where using traditional stamping methods may not give you the desired look. Be sure to see below the video for some additional information. Since this provides a translucent look, any color of tissue can…Continue Reading

Blended Ink Background Technique

Blended Ink Background Technique

Welcome, it’s Make It Monday again! Today I wanted to share a background technique that is quick and easy and provides great results by blending ink. It seems like every time I use this technique I use at least three colors. Today is no different. Supplies needed: glossy card stock ink pads (today I used dye based ink) foam…Continue Reading