In today’s Tip Video below, I’m going to show you how to create a jig to help you cut a piece of cardstock the exact size you want and use a background stamp set and cover the entire image to heat emboss. Are you saying whatttttttt is she talking about? LOL No worries, sometimes it’s just easier to show you a tip than it is to try and explain it. I’m think that’s the case today. If you’re wondering when would I ever need to do that anyway. Well check out the card below and I bet the light bulb goes on for you. By the way if you missed my video on the Happy Tails & Buffalo Check card below you can simply Click the picture below for all the details and the creative video for it as well.
I hope this tip video helps you with your background stamps and heat embossing on future projects 🙂
If you struggle with a task or organization in your craft room, I’m here to help. Simply drop me a comment below with the area you would like assistance in and I’ll see if I can’t help you out in a future Tip Video Post 🙂
You can purchase all of the supplies used for the above project by clicking on the product images below ↓ THANK YOU for your support as I truly appreciate your business, hugs.
My April Customer Appreciation PDF was created by my teammate Stephanie Bobenmoyer. The Hand Delivered and Picture Perfect Birthday Stamps sets were her focal points on these creations. This PDF includes all the instructions to create 6 fancy fold cards. All orders of $40.00 or more BEFORE tax and shipping placed on my online store with the Hostess Code HGJWMPY2 will be qualified to receive the above PDF. Please remember, you MUST enter the HOSTESS CODE above to receive the PDF 🙂 If your order is over $150 DO NOT enter the hostess code and you will get all the stamping rewards and I will send you the PDF as well. All qualified orders will receive the PDF email from me within 48 hours from the time the qualified order is placed.
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