Saturday, February 8, 2014

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30 comments:

Crystal said...

Wow....who knew!! Love the video.

Joan Smith said...

WOW what an awesome embossing tutorial this explains allot now I know why certain things have happend so thanks for sharing this important info. YOU ROCK!!

Kathy:) said...

This was a great week of cards. I can't wait until my Grand Daughters 1st Birthday to make her the unicorn card. Thanks for sharing.
Kathy U:)

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the tips on the video about going with the grain, against the grain, length, width & using a shim.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Sue D said...

thanks for the video and the recap. My fave is the camper card.

TeresaK said...

That you for the week's recap!Love all the cards!

Marianne Barkman said...

AWESOME!! YOU ROCK, JILL and MELANIE ! I learn so much from your blog. You truly inspire me!

Marianne Barkman said...

I meant to say, I like the thank you card best!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the video!

Shelly Kim at Tiffin

Barbara Hart said...

TFS the embossing folder video. I learned a lot! Your cards this week are all so cute!I especially like the thank you card.

Melissa said...

I love embossing! Thanks for sharing that! Your cards this week are some of my all time favorites! Love the stamps, the colors...they are all so pretty!! Thanks for sharing your talents with us! :)

Brenda said...

WOW!!! That was a very informative video, thanks for sharing it with us!!

Brenda W.

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

great video I learned a few new things too, I've enjoyed all the cards this week, thanks Melanie!

Varsity Reader said...

Wow, what a helpful embossing tip. Thanks so much for posting the video!

Vanessa said...

Thanks for posting the video! I didn't know about paper grain and using shims in that way. I also enjoyed seeing this week's recap.

Deborah R said...

Wow! What great information. I didn't know about grain. Wonder if holding the paper like that tells the grain for all kinds of paper?

Karen Sue said...

Great video, I knew paper had a grain but I never realized it affected the embossing,
great week of cards, love them all.

marg0006 said...

Cute card and cute cut.

Kimberly Elge said...

Thank you so much! Such a great week!

Peg Toth said...

Love those recaps! Please keep them coming! Thanks for all your hard work.

K and P's Mom said...

Another fantastic week of cards.
Thanks for your talent.
Mary O'Neal

jabs said...

Thanks so much for the video. Always love to learn something new. Great recap as always!

Anonymous said...

Who new? I just put the paper in the embossing folder & embossed. I did not realized it made a different thanks for sharing. Thanks for the recap,loved them all.The unicorn was my fav.
Rosebud222222222

Cynthia B. said...

Thanks for the recap! Another great week of card inspiration. :)

snowdraak said...

Thanks for sharing the video.
I like your recap for another look at your projects. Thanks for the chance to win!
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Victoria Collinsworth said...

Loving all the new stamps can't wait till my order arrives so I can start playing with some of them....Thanks again for all you do...

Martha Herrera said...

Awesome cards!
Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Elaine Cook said...

Great cards this week, and such a helpful video! I had no idea that the grain of the paper is so important for embossing. Thanks so much!

Az Scrappin Sisters said...

Fun cards again this week, I love them and will try to duplicate them.

Anonymous said...

I have always love my Create a Critter Cartridge! I use it quite often especially around Easter! The Critter's always turn out so adorable. Thank you for the opportunity.

Kathlee jbaugh1481@aol.com

 
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