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How To : Heat emboss with an embossing tool

This how-to video stamping tutorial demonstrates two methods of heat embossing using a heat gun or heating tool, stamping powder, a rubber stamp, Versamark watermark ink and a pigment ink. Heat embossing is a great technique to multi-task rubber stamps and create some texture ...more

How To : Load an ATG double sided tape gun

The ATG gun is an essential tool for scrapbooking projects. The adhesive is strong, and it's easy to apply. Loading more adhesive tape into the ATG gun can be complicated. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to load an ATG double-sided tape gun.

How To : Make custom chipboard buttons for scrapbooking

In this video, we learn how to make custom chipboard buttons for scrapbooking. First, take a scrap of chipboard and use a circle trimmer to cut circles out. Cut circles out of patterned paper in different sizes using many different patterns. Now, apply glossy finish onto the p ...more

How To : Make a mini album out of recycled envelopes

Mailer envelopes have a way of piling up, if not going straight in the trash, but why not turn them into a scrapbooking project? This mini album then has built-in pockets for storing keepsakes. Decorate with designer paper, stamps and ribbons to suit any taste. Watch this vide ...more

How To : Make a paper rose out of a napkin

Get in touch with your creative side with help from Janice of Paper Beads! In this video tutorial, learn how to make paper roses out of a napkin... a perfect embelishment to any scrapbooking project or paper craft creation. Spend your afternoon making these adorable flowers to ...more

How To : Make a mini scrapbook album

This video scrapbooking tutorial shows how to make a little album out of designer paper. Follow along to get the pattern, or just watch and get inspired to freestyle your own scrapbooking project. The normal tools apply: paper, ruler, scissors, and a little creativity.

How To : Capture the perfect picture using your camera

Want to take the perfect photograph and apply it to your next scrapbooking project? Learn four simple rules of thumb in taking your next photo; Crop out the abstract images, get up close and personal with your object, change the angle and follow the rule of thirds. Don't just ...more

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