In my video, I show how I made the panels for three different cards.
Here is the finished card using technique number one:
|Stamps and punch from Stampin' Up!|
|Punch and friend stamp - Stampin Up!; Leaves from Club Scrap.|
|A few of mine at the end.|
|By Judy Y.|
|10||Iris Folding - four cards
I was inspired to try some iris folding after doing a card for a Club Scrap class, and share four of my cards in this post.
|9||Organization tip #4: Spellbinders storage plus tutorial
In 2010, I went through a major reorganization of my crafty space. See my tips for organizing spellbinders dies complete with a tutorial.
|8||Organization tip #3: Rubber stamp storage
I also shared some organization tips that I use for my rubber stamps!
|7||Wedding cards with origami dresses
Thanks to the All Things Paper blog, I found this great origami book, and played with making wedding cards with white folded dresses.
|6||Making Memories Guest Designer
I made this great little travel book using a line of paper from Memory Makers. See a bit of my trip to England in summer 2009. Of course it took a year to make the book...
|5||Tutorial: Make a book with shaped pages
I love using Spellbinders dies, and here I take one of the shapes to make a mini-shaped book
|4||How to make a post bound album
Making a post bound album is surprisingly easy, and they make great gifts.
|3||How to make artistic panels
In this post, I debut my youtube channel! I love making tutorials, but they're sometimes easier when you're taping rather than taking static pictures. Later, I use these panels to make a fabulous flag book.
|2||Pine board book - Caardvarks challenge
I don't participate in many challenges, but this one was something that caught my eye. You'll actually see some similarities to post #3 - I used some of the same masking techniques here on a bigger scale.
|1||Greeting cards with love - and a giveaway!
This is surprising to me - I know there was a giveaway, but it's long over (2010), and it still ranks in the top ten viewed posts of the last month. I think love is always a popular topic, and making a card for someone you love is always a great way to spend your time crafting. Can you guess which card my husband made?