Thursday, January 23, 2014

Easter Blessings ...

Hi blog friends! Some of you have asked questions in the comments, and I will answer them in this blog post! It's hard to answer in the comments, so if you ever have a question, please feel free to email me or find and friend me on Facebook. I would love it, and I'm always happy to help you in any way!

Gretchen asked the name of the music in the background of my videos: It is The Wish by Kevin MacLeod.

BlueRose asked why I added wet glue to my foam dots: I do that to enable me to move around the piece and get it into the right position. If I did not add the glue, it would stick and then if it's crooked, trying to pry it up without tearing can be tough!

Carolyn and Kelly Flaherty asked if they had missed the March Calendar page?: I haven't created the March Holiday page as of yet (Sharon has completely sold out of a lot of the items for it). I put the calendar pages on a Kraft Easel from Graphic 45 that has multiple pages to decorate and I glue each page to one. It's like a flip album.

Emily H, I did get your email and your package is on it's way! YAY!!

BlueRose asked how I embossed with vellum and not burn it?: I stamp my image with Versamark on the vellum, sprinkle on the powder and lay the vellum flat on the table. Then I take my heat gun and the nozzle is about 6 inches from the table. It takes longer for the heat to reach the powder and to emboss, but it doesn't burn the vellum. Make sure you use at least a 29# weight for your vellum. Anything lighter and it will curl or burn!

I hope that answered your questions! ~ Darsie

Here is the last card in my Video Tutorial on the JustRite Papercraft Inspiration blog! Don't forget to enter to win!

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  1. Hi Darsie!

    Just wanted to say thanks for the great tutorial! Each card is so beautiful and I liked how you showed some of the versatility of the Spellbinders set.

    Have a good one!

  2. These cards are outstanding! LOVE the soft colors and layering.

  3. Hi Darsie, Thank you for your responses, they are a great help. Love all your creations, and truly enjoy your videos...keep them coming.

  4. Thank you! Love this card! Love those papers!

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