Plus to desks of the world for WOYWW or What is On Your workdesk Wednesday.. pop over to our Julia's Stamping Ground!
AND Darnell's there is NBUS Challenge no. 5 - woohoo!!...so do pop over there now!
To my desk- several, again in fact:
|How to extend or enlarge a die .. lots know how but some don't. Took me a while to sort it out. This is a Googled digi saved + added words. Cutting with a Spellbinder Pierced rectangle. |
1. Cut in two stages Place how far the first cut has to go to and pull the top plate just bit back from bottom so where you dont want to cut is protected. You can enlarge Embossing folders similar way see here.
|2. Lift off diecut and turn it over, tear off edges of side that is cut. Work out (as best you can with finger feel) where the dots and cut match ( also check on other side to see it is right cut)|
|3. Then put top plate (yes, well worn) on top. Pull it back from where the piece is already cut. |
Note several things - PASS 1: the die is face down PASS 2: die is face up so you can see it better.
I use clear re-positionable tape at all times when doing this. See the clear tape on sides, also note the end of die has the cut piece going over the top of it.
4. The same principle works for shortening a die too; as on card last week here for square die, made it into smaller rectangle. Any questions etc, please ask. May not have made clear enough.
|My second card is one done ages ago now, for a friends birthday on 5.8.15. begun on this desk here. The label with birthday greeting is one of SB fancy labels set. The white embossed square, is meant to be used with vellum and hand work, but have embossed it with mat + handcut.|
Jesus said: "Heaven and earth shall pass away: but My words shall not pass away." Mark 13:31
1. Di's Snippety challenge - Used a number of snippets on both card http://pixiescraftyworkshop.blogspot.com.au/
2..Word Art Wednesday - anything goes, both cards http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.com.au
3.NBUS no 5. ends 11:55 p.m. PST Sept 18, 2015 http://www.djkardkreations.com/2015/09/its-here-nbus-challenge-5.html