Posted by Dennis on 2/20/2014
It is always hard to find something to do on a rainy day. You can either wait for the sun to shine again, or you can make the most of the day indoors!
When you have small children it may seem difficult to keep them occupied when the weather is not at its best. There are certain things that you can always keep in the house so you have the option to make amazing crafts.
Be Creative Tape is a premium double stick clear adhesive tape. Extremely sticky on both back and front sides while being heat resistant too. Acid free, this tape comes in a nice variety of sizes and is typically used to provide an excellent bond with anything you choose to apply such as embossing powder, foil, beads, glitter, ribbon, small artistic embellishments, decorations and ornaments. It will never curl when heated. The items you choose to affix to Be Creative Tape can be just as creative as you desire. You can purchase individual rolls, or you may wish to have your choice from several different taping options and sizes on hand with a prepacked variety of widths, from 3 mm (0.12 inches) to 155 mm (6 inches.)
Posted by Dennis on 2/14/2014
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Dies are getting more and more detailed allowed by the wafer thin metal dies that are being manufactured. These intricate designs can sometimes cause a problem trying to release the paper from the die once you've cut it. Or part of your design is not cut all the way through. Here are a few tips to prevent you from pulling your hair out!
Posted by Nancy on 2/11/2014
Make your own, one of a kind design crafted greeting cards, easily and with your own style of flair! Whether you decide to use predesigned artwork with or without embossing, or you start from scratch with cardstock, the options are endless for applying your own special brand of creativity to the greeting cards you give and send.
Posted by Dennis on 2/10/2014
This may be old news for many of you but I'd like to share this short article I found on 'How to Select Paper for Card Making' posted by Amanda Reed to her blog. She explains in simple and easy terms how she goes about choosing her papers when putting a card together. Everyone has their own way, this is just a guide to give you a different approach in selecting which of your papers to use. Give it a try the next time you make a card.
Posted by Nancy on 2/4/2014