Wednesday 30 August 2017

Snowflake card

Hello and welcome!

I’m trying something a bit different today – a tutorial where I don’t talk!
Perhaps you remember the wax paper resist background card I made a few weeks ago?  That technique makes two card fronts, and this card uses the second of the two that I made at the time. 

Some die-cut snowflakes in vellum and glimmer paper, stamp and emboss a sentiment, add an embellishment (in the autumn/winter catalogue) and a few sequins, and the card’s done.

I’d really like to know if you like this sort of tutorial – so please leave me a comment, either here, on my YouTube channel, or on my Facebook page.
Meanwhile, normal service is being resumed on Saturday – see you then!
Crafty Hugs,


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  1. I much prefer a video when the instructor talks. I like to hear them say what they are doing and anything else they want to talk about. Much better than music. IMHO. Very pretty card.

  2. I'm really sorry but I am not a fan of the music only. I know it's tons of work to do a video but if it's a lot of trouble, I would rather have fewer videos with talking than more videos with just music.

  3. The verdict is against music-only tutorials - so I'll go back to my usual style. Thanks for the feedback!


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