Split Coast Stampers has a cute paper piecing tutorial by Beate Johns.
Claudine Hellmuth has a new video tutorial up on her site. This one is on how to make a background technique using Adirondack Inks.
Another tutorial using Adirondack Inks can be found on the Art Declassified blog. This one shows how to use them for altering domino pieces.
Marina Simakova has a tutorial up on making a mini book using bottle caps in it. One photo is shown above left.
Daisy D’s Paper shows how to make pinwheel flowers (with a template) on their blog post.
Jacki Janse van Rensburg has posted instructions on how to soften your photos using Photoshop. This works great on portrait shots.
Emilie Ahern shows how to make your own inexpensive paper storage trays.
Chelsea Van Tol shows some tips on how to make your letter stickers go further. (While you’re there, take a look at her sweet, 10 wk old baby boy.)
Nathalie Kalbach shows how to make stencils out of freezer paper.
Leandra, from Paper Artsy, has some instructions and photos posted of a class she taught recently in England and the Netherlands.Â Take a look here.
Debbie Harmer shows how to make glossy chipboard letters in a tutorial posted on the Maya Road blog.
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Fantastic tutorials. Thank so much for sharing them! :0)
Thanks for posting those tutorials. However, the freezer paper idea was no news to me you can find an older tutorial (posted in 2006) here: http://angrychicken.typepad.com/angry_chicken/2006/03/little_elf_shir.html
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