Category Archives: Tips & Tricks

Thursday’s Tip: How To Best Use Your Punches

Punches make cutting out a stamped image so quick and easy.  You get a lovely clean cut each time. Thursday’s Tip for this week, even if it is a day late, shows you some tips on how to best use your punches. Stampin’ Up! have many stamp sets with coordinating punches. Here are a couple of… Read More »

Thursday’s Tip: How To Use Stampin’ Write Markers

Stampin’ Write Markers are great for colouring your stamps with, particularly if you would like more than one colour on a stamp. The trick to using the markers is that once you have carefully coloured your stamp, breathe on the inked image to re-moisten the ink before stamping onto paper. Another tip is you don’t need… Read More »

Thursday’s Tip: Stampin’ Up Coordination Is The Key!

Coordination is something that makes crafting easier and it is one of the unique features about Stampin’ Up! products. Isn’t it frustrating when you are trying to make something and the colours are slightly different or don’t work together well, or you can’t find something to match what you have already made?   Stampin’ Up! products… Read More »

Thursday’s Tip: Cable Knit Dynamic Embossing Folder

The Cable Knit Dynamic Embossing Folder is a new style of embossing folder from the Holiday Catalogue.   It is a thicker embossing folder compared to any of the other existing Stampin’ Up! embossing folders.  This help to create more of a 3D effect. Check some of the cards below which feature this new embossing folder.   Because… Read More »

Thursday’s Tip: Tying A Bow With A Fork

Have you struggled to tie a nice bow?   Check out this way of tying a bow with a fork!  Sorry this week’s post for Thursday’s Tip is a day late. This is something I found on Pinterest, posted by Vanessa, from Minnesota.  I hope you find this way of tying a bow useful.

Thursday’s Tip: Adding Dimension

This week’s tip is about adding dimension to your card.  I rarely make a one layer card.  Instead I like to add layers and I quite often dimension to my card.  This can be easily achieved with Dimensionals or now also the Foam Adhesive Strips. Adhering a sentiment with a Dimensional or two, helps it to pop off… Read More »