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BAKER’S TWINE

His­tor­i­cally used by bak­ers, this rus­tic but colour­ful twine adds a great fin­ish­ing touch.

BONE FOLDER

This dull-edged tool gives your card folds a sharp, pro­fes­sion­al­look­ing edge.

CON­CERTINA PANEL

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.

DÉ­COUPAGE

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.

DIS­TRESS INK

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.

PROMARK­ERS

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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