Apply a rub-on
Add impact to any design with easy-to-use rub-on transfers. Senior Associate Editor Katie Nugent shows you why they're one of her favorite products.Hi! I'm Kaite Nugent, senior associate editor at Scrapbooks Etc. Magazine. Today, I'm gonna teach you how to apply rub-ons. Rub-ons are available in so many different words, shapes, colors, and sizes that I think you're gonna find a use for almost any project you do. When you by a rub-on, it comes in a package like this. You're gonna get a backing sheet as well as the rub-on itself, and you often get tools with it that can be as simple as a popsicle stick or a little plastic wand. We're gonna talk about those later. The key to using rub-ons is keeping the backing intact. Oncewith your finger just to keep it stuck. And then grab your popsicle stick and apply even pressure over the entire word. I tend to lose this popsicle sticks, and I've found that you can use
Check out the versatile Bo-Bunny Flex Ruler with Senior Associate Editor Katie Nugent. The bendable tool will help you trace and cut swirls, zigzags, and more.Hi, I'm Katie Nugent, senior associate editor at Scrapbooks Etc. Magazine. I'm excited to share with you today a product that I found at a recent trade show. It's
Cutterfly handy multi-tool
Check out the cool features of the Cutterfly utility tool from EK Success. Scrapbooks etc. Associate Editor Megan Boettcher will give you a rundown of all the features packed into this petite package!Hello! I'm Megan Boettcher, associate editor for Scrapbooks Etc. Magazine. Today, I'm gonna tell you about a product that I really love. The cutterfly utility tool by EK Success is great for scrappers on the go. Here we have a scissors, a file, a paper piercer, a rotary cutting tool, needle-nose pliers, and a tiny little tweezer to help you with all those detailed projects. On the other side, you'll find a tape measure along with a key chain . This key chain you can attach to your purse, or bag, or whatever you have with you that day and help you with all of
Traditional Die-Cutting Tools
Nab hand-cut looks in a fraction of the time with die cutters that offer a variety of cutting, shaping, embossing, and sizing options.
Create digital photo collages
Use your computer and a handy template to create quick photo collages. Group Editor Melissa Inman walks you through the steps of using one of her digital templates.Etc. Magazine. I wanna tell you about how you can use drag-and-drop digital photo templates to make your scrapbooking as easy as possible. I really like using these drag-and-drop templates that I've created because it allows
Tour Candi Gershon's Scrap Room
Jump into our Contributing Editor's stylish scrap room. An admitted pack rat, Candi still finds room to grow.
Create a photo-image transfer
With just clear masking tape and a tub of water Group Editor Melissa Inman turns photocopied pictures into works of art.
Do a masking technique
Make your stamps looked layered by masking the designs, all you need is a sticky note! Contributing Editor Polly Maly shows you how.wider than the outside, that's gonna give you what they call a halo effect . It's just a little gap between your foreground stamps and your background stamps. Okay, now I'm just gonna place that directly over
Emboss stamped images
Create beautiful raised images with a little heat-embossing know-how. Contributing Editor Polly Maly demonstrates this surprisingly simple technique using an embossing pen and embossing ink.use an embossing pen for doodling or drawing. Let's use this beautiful green color . Just hold your image over your tray and dump the powder. Don't worry about getting too much powder dumped on because that's
Stamp a design that resists any color you apply on top. It's easy and Contributing Editor Polly Maly will prove it.just run that all across, and then I'm going to use a paper towel and wipe off the excess ink. The results are beautiful and it just looks like a real, nice, smooth finish. Here's a