The 22nd and final topic of the year on the PA Blog is Masterboards.
Masterboards is making a pattern on a sheet of paper, then cutting it up to use sections for other projects, typically cards. This is a great fast way to make Xmas card, so check out the video and get cracking on yours! Lots of examples on this blog post here.
Looking for more ideas?? Go to Leandra's Pinterest Page: Masterboards.
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These dies are compatible with all die cutting machines: big shot, wizard, cuttlebug etc.
Our dies will cut tissue paper, sheer fabrics, card, grungepaper, and even a metal-humungo-card sandwich. Die cut then stamp the image on top, or die cut and use an embossing folder to add texture to the image. Perfect on metal.
To stamp on top of your die cut shape you need to place the die blade side down onto the side of the surface you wish to stamp on. Die cut the shape from tissue, grungepaper, card, paper or metal, and stamp the image on top!
The songbird looks fantastic die cut from a metal-humungo tape-card snadwich, and then run through an embossing folder. Add Viva Inka gold on top for metallic accents.
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