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Spellbinders nestabilities, Quickutz cookie cutter dies, Cuttlebug's own die and also a thick - a very thick - Sizzix die.  She also demonstrates using foam in place of paper/cardstock

Spellbinders nestabilities, Quickutz cookie cutter dies, Cuttlebug's own die and also a thick - a very thick - Sizzix die. She also demonstrates using foam in place of paper/cardstock

Make your own Clear embossing ink - 1 tsp petroleum jelly (Vaseline), 1/8 capful vegetable oil, 1/8 capful rubbing alcohol, mix and apply to pad (remove excess)

Cheap & Easy Homemade Clear Embossing Ink - by fearless creativity - 1 tsp of petroleum jelly + Mix in capful of vegetable oil + mix in capful of alcohol to dilute then add to ink pad (glue pad) by dona

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incorporate multiple textures created on a Cuttlebug machine (with embossing folders): emboss and cut diamonds (hint: cut 1 diamond and trace it to get the others); lay out the pattern on white cardstock and sew over the diamonds with a zig-zag stitch.

New Tutorial: Using a Die-Cutting Machine to Emboss Metal - Beading Daily

New Tutorial: Using a Die-Cutting Machine to Emboss Metal

New Tutorial: Using a Die-Cutting Machine to Emboss Metal - Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine - Beading Daily

Good morning LIMettes. Thank you all for your good wishes following our last post... we're delighted to have so many of you on board. We cer...

Good morning LIMettes. Thank you all for your good wishes following our last post... we're delighted to have so many of you on board. We cer...

Although I use a Big Shot to do all of my embossing-- I know some of you use the Cuttlebug.  But, sometimes, it is hard to figure out just the right "sandwich." So, I decided to make up a little chart, a cheat sheet if you will, to help you out-- in building your sandwich, whether you use the

very helpful for cuttlebug it is hard to figure out just the right "sandwich." So, I decided to make up a little chart, a cheat sheet if you will, to help you out-- in building your sandwich, whether you use the

tinfoil How to Make Paper Look Like Metal

tinfoil How to Make Paper Look Like Metal. We use this technique. My kids think up ideas all of the time to do this. I think we're dressing a locker soon.

Mike McCarey is a mad genius! He's teaching a technique to make your own custom, textured rolling pins from polymer clay! Find info on this class at the link below and sign up for Cake Camp today! www.cakecamp.com http://cakecamp.cacakeclub.org/ClassInfo.php?ClassID=87:

Mike McCarey - technique to make custom, textured rolling pins from polymer clay You could texture the clay and then apply it to a wooden dowel.

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