Confused by the terms in the issue? Check out our handy dictionary
Historically used by bakers, this rustic but colourful twine adds a great finishing touch.
This dull-edged tool gives your card folds a sharp, professionallooking edge.
A panel of card folded into mountain and valley folds. Use at the bottom of a tent fold card to allow your card to be posted flat.
There are two découpage techniques. The first is the art of creating a 3D image from paper layers. The smaller parts of a repeated image are cut out and layered on top of the original image with sticky fixers. The second is when pieces of specialist découpage paper are layered to cover an object to decorate it.
The Distress Inks range of ink pads from Tim Holtz are ideal for adding a vintage, stained, or aged effect to your cards. They can be used for stamping, blended together or added directly to paper.
These are a brand of alcohol-based, blendable marker pen. They are popular for colouring in stamped images to give professional results.
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