Die Cut Scrapbooking

January 25, 2011 by  
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Cuttlebug vs. Sizzix?

I have planned to buy a punching machine. I use it for school projects, scrapbooks and postcards. What would be the best machine for this job? Thanks!

Both are now obsolete. They are working on having to buy a new array for each way you want do. The new computerized machines and Slice as Cricut is a much better deal for your money. You can get hundreds of death in different sizes on each cartridge, and if you want letter size 2 ", then the first letter capitalized in a 2 1 / 2" you can with the same cartridge. With a cutting machine, have different matrices. A set of alphabet police can cost you more than a hundred dollars for a single size. Personally, I prefer slices of Making Memories is smaller, can be used without wireless cards and SD cards are designed to be easy to store. All are part of a lunch box. And it provides much, like sticky carpets, the Cricut. And the leaves are much cheaper and much easier to change. The whole machine is much less complicated. But you can do one thing at a time. With the Cricut you can type in a sentence and feet, and he cut. Just my opinion.

You want a fast and easy to add an element of fun to your scrapbook page? Felt is the perfect answer! Felt is a supply Album extremely versatile and cheap that do not require special tools or skills to work. It is also easily accessible. In fact, you can have in your stash art now!

Felt is a fabric of traditional wool fibers that are glued together and bonds in a material solid. Now you can buy in shops, wool felt fabric, usually in large rolls. But even more accessible and affordable is felt artificial which usually include a percentage of wool blended with polyester. Artificial felt so comes pre-cut squares that are less than $ 0.50 each the craft shop.

Its price is low do not feel part of the appeal. Some of its other advantages:

  • No uneven ends! When cutting felt, that does not fight, so you do not have to hem the edges.
  • You can die cut! You can send your favorite team as a punching Sizzix or the Revolution.
  • It comes in a variety of colors, animals, including prints and neon.

Convinced yet? In my opinion, if there is anything that saves me time while I album, I am! Some some of my favorite ways to use was:

1. flowers in hand. Cut flowers die die with their favorite tool, or flowers, shapes of the hand with an old pair of scissors format. You can ink the edges with a stamp ink pigment, glitter glue Stickles or add.

2. Butterflies. The butterflies are all the rage right now! You can cut by hand or using a butterfly punch. Use the same method to decorate the wings. By joining the page, leaving the wings free or using an adhesive dimensions below to give them some "lift".

3. Marcos. Felt at carpets or supervise your photos, crop circles, stars, squares, or if your little heart desires. To sharpen the edges, trying to sew a blanket stitch in a contrasting color to add texture and draw more attention to their images. You can also cut out shapes to accentuate their boxes a day, or a copy of other page elements such as buttons.

4. Flowers. Like flowers of all kinds, such as rub-ons, stamps and chipboard. So, being able to use pre-made felt flowers, or make my own drawings of my favorite punching, it makes me happy! Flowers large and small, elaborate or simple, elegant place to add a note the pages of your album.

For more creative ideas for cheap scrapbook supplies, visit Lain Ehmann's blog at http://www.layoutaday.com. Through scrapbooking videos, tutorials, projects and inspiration, Lain helps her readers make their scrapbooking fun, fast and fabulous!


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