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Friday, February 7, 2014

Shaped Card Tutorial by Emily

Hello, DeNami friends!

Today we have a Photo Tutorial that is geared towards beginner stampers, but it's also great if you're new to the world of die cuts. Have you ever seen a shaped card and wished you could create one of your own? Emily is showing us how to do just that.....

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Want to see more of our Photo Tutorials? If you have missed any of them, CLICK HERE. Whether you need some inspiration, want to learn new techniques or just need a refresher course in crafting, this is the perfect resource. 
 
I hope that you enjoyed this tutorial. We'll see you back here on Sunday for the Polka Dot Blog Hop!

8 comments:

Dana said...

Oh my gosh. I have always wanted to create a shaped card and honestly couldn't figure out how to cover up that top fold. Now I see that you just add another layer on top to mask it! Thank you SO much for this tutorial Emily!!! Your card is super sweet.

Auntie Em said...

What a great tutorial Emily and it's so easy to follow your directions, as always.
The little hearts look amazing on the front and the flower and tape trim make it look like a real box of chocolates. Yummy! lol
Thank you for sharing your talents! :)

Lisa said...

LOVE this pretty Valentine Emily!! Terrific tutorial!

cm said...

Fabulous tutorial; perfect for beginners and experts alike! Inspiring - and the final results oh-so-pretty! Emily, you're amazing!
c

Pam said...

Love your heart shaped card Emily! Reminds me to make some shaped cards, it's been awhile!!

Colleen Dietrich said...

This is adorable! It looks just like a mini box of chocolates, Emily!

Greta said...

This is adorable, Emily!

Kelly Flaherty said...

I have seen many other explanations and videos on this technique. Some are so complicated you'd need a degree in astrophysics to understand them. Yours, however, is to the point, well worded, very well photographed and I UNDERSTAND IT!! Now I'm going to give it a try. Thank you very very much.

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