Thursday, 5 November 2015

A Gorjuss Card!

Hi Everyone

As well as lots of UFOs on my desk (UnFinished Objects) I also have amassed some on my computer. Videos I have filmed but have yet to edit.  It seems about time I set to and got some of them posted.

Here is the first one!  I loved this technique and I know that it has a lot more ways in which I could used it but for now I wanted to share this tutorial for a lovely way to highlight your stamped images when you print them on to book pages.


In the tutorial I show you exactly how it is done and you can use this technique with any of the stamps you have in your collection.  Don't forget to make the inside of the card look as fabulous as the front!


Cutting Guide:

Brown Card Base - 8" x 10 1/2" scored at 5 1/4"
Book Page Front - 3 1/2" x 6 1/4"
2 x Green Cards - 4" x 6 3/4"
Book Page Strip Top - 3 1/2" x 1 1/4"
Book Page Strip Bottom - 3 1/2" x 1 1/2"

I just realised I forgot to let you know that I had some very good news recently!  Sometimes my social media outlets get the better of me LOL!  I have been selected to be part of the Guest Design Team for the Fall/Winter season for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft ®.  I am super excited and can't wait to share my first project with you over on their blog on the 24th November.  I will give you a sneak peek here to remind you to pop over on the day!  Thank you to everyone for their kind comments over on my Facebook page.  It is so lovely to have your support and I really do appreciate it.

Here is the tutorial I promised to deliver!!!  Hope you like it.


See you again soon - off to find another UFO!!!  Thank you for popping by X

4 comments:

  1. Another winning idea from you Helen. Thank you for all the cutting guides, etc. I'm not surprised you have been selected for another DT. Many congratulations {{Hugs}} xo

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  2. What a wonderful idea for a card! Just beautiful! I have a lot of old book pages that I have amassed, can't wait to try this! Really enjoy your vids! Thanks for sharing!
    Peace,
    Beth in Pennsylvania, USA

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  3. This looks like a fun process to try. I also have a lot of old books and I will try this tomorrow while it is still fresh in my mind. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Helen, wonderful video! Thank you for sharing this technique!

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