Sunday, May 3, 2009

Paper casting with your cuttle bug folders tutorial

First off, I wanted to say congratulations to Niki-Ray for winning the first bunch of flowers I'm giving away all month!
Regarding this give away I'm having (see tippy top post) is really going to help me (in a creative way) as I bought my big shot to save money from buying Prima flowers (which make me drool) and be able to create my own!

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Now on to FAB tutorial that I will definitely try today as I'm addicted to these embossing folders and already have 3!
Amyee of a Scraphappy Southernbelle has given me permission to share her tuitorial with you!
The photo below shows all the materials you need;
  1. Mister filled with water
  2. plain paper towels
  3. and your favorite cuttle bug embossing folder!

Below you see the finished piece, it looks like hand made paper!
But with out all the blender/screen/pressing mess!
(believe me I've been there)

To see the whole easy peasy tutorial, please visit Amyee's blog and let her know I sent you!

11 comments:

RedBessBonney said...

never thought of using those tools for this effect - I use toilet paper and rubber stamps! :)

michelle said...

That is so cool Michelle I am going to give this a try. . .

craftyhala said...

I'll go over and check out her blog...

HeatherQ said...

I bet the Fiskars texture plates would work, too! I may have to try that later...

Sherry said...

I been to see the tutorial - it's great! Thanks for the link Michelle.

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Hey, what a great tutorial!! Thanks for sharing.
:)

katydiddy said...

Thanks for the link-that looks awfully fun. Now I really am going to have to go get those Cuttle Bug items! Yikes! Just what I need-more craft supplies.

Anonymous said...

hmm..learn sumtin new every day! ty for the link...worth a try for sure...Cher
hilly77@comcast.net

Niki_Ray said...

That is great I will check this out.

Donna said...

I went over and it is so easy, it is a fun tutorial, thanks Michelle.

Anonymous said...

oooh looks great! I'm off to see the tutorial!

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