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Hi Sylvia here today, to show you how I use masking and blending with distress inks in my card making.
Posted on 8th June 2015 by Papermilldirect
Filed under Projects And Cards By Type, Cards For Children, Kids Craft Ideas, Handmade Teachers Gift Ideas, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Printing Techniques
Angela has made a sweet little card that would be simple enough even for a young child to recreate.
Customer Emma Tysoe of PaperGifts, uses our pearlised white paper for the wedding dresses in her unique 1st wedding anniversary gifts. Perfect origami replicas of your wedding outfit! We asked Emma if she would tell us a little about her papercrafting business.
We wanted to share the work of this amazing paper artist with you. In the past we've looked at creating beautiful paper butterflies to make art or to add as an embellishment to your handmade cards. Rebecca J Cole has taken this just a step further - the scale of her work with paper butterflies is quite breathtaking. We'd recommend you visit her website and have a look at the amazing pieces - here are two of our favourites.