If it’s your first time seeing this feature, each month we bring you fun facts, creative tips and even crafty hacks about your favorite supplies and brands; you can then use these awesome tips that you learn in your next crafting projects! Are you ready to learn some fun tricks? Keep on reading!
If you like making lots of cards at once, that means a whole lot of sentiment stamping! Did you know that you can simplify your stamping life by using our Word Mix stamp and die sets to make over 10 greetings in with a single stamp! The best part is that the coordinating dies for each set also cut all the sentiments with one pass through your machine!
Slimline cards are all the rage right now! Did you know we now carry envelopes for your handmade slimline cards?? These white, v-flap envelopes are perfectly sized so you can mail those beautiful cards as soon as you’ve made them!
Did you know that our Petal Envelope die is a small but versatile little die that can be used to make envelopes for mini cards or gift cards? We love cutting this die from 6×6 pattern paper (such as the Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine Remix collection). Once cut, simply fold all the petal flaps into the center and tuck them under each other to close the envelope!
Watercolor is such a fun activity to take on the go and it couldn’t be made easier than with the Prima Watercolor Brush Case! This handy little zipper pouch has enough room to 14 different brushes AND a project! We love slipping a few of our exclusive Watercoloring Cards into the case to take outside the house for crafting fun!
Did you know that you can now foil without a laminator or heat transfer machine? With the Therm O Web Transfer Gel Duo you can apply this through your stencils; once dry, add your foil overtop and run through your die cut machine to apply pressure. The pressure presses the foil into the dry Duo gel and gives amazing, foiled results!
I hope these tips have helped you learn a few tricks for your upcoming crafting projects… Thanks for tuning in today and spending some time with me!