Hi! I would love to hear what YOUR favorite die cutting technique is! Let me know! 🙂
That 'Custom Rainbow Paper' trick is really clever. TFS
A little tip when it come to shimmer or glitter use the flashlight on your phone. It will make the shimmer/glitter show up on camera.
I love all of them but the Scrap Inlay (Rainbows!) and the Shaker Card are my favorites. Thanks for all the Links you provided because it was nice to see the Stained Glass work you did in the past. SSS has really great dies and again thank you for linking all the items you use so we can just click and go straight to the item. Your kindness is so tremendous, thanks for helping SSS on Small Business Saturday. What a jam packed video. I loved it.❤️
Awesome techniques ! Thanks for sharing this video ♥️😊
I just happened to be here just as you posted your video! I love die-cutting too and always appreciate your tips! I liked the stained glass technique the most but they are all great techniques.
Thank you for another fantastic video! My favorite technique is still building an image by layering pieces cut from different colors or patterns of paper. Well, that and a larger, bold word layered with a cursive word on top. The die that had me swooning with this release is that paint palette and scissor set. I’m fairly sure my crafty girls need that set 🙂
Thank you for all these techniques Jennifer, the inlay technique and shaker cards are my favorite. But want to try some of other techniques you showed, awesome cards.
I love your stained glass technique using Copics! My eyes would cross trying to do tiny inlay, forget keeping track of the pieces. I think my favourite addition to a card sometimes is a beautifully die cut sentiment.
Oh no, I have just barely recovered from Stamptember🤭
Wonderful ideas and examples! Thanks so much for sharing!!
Brilliant. I watched your vid on stained glass but had since forgotten about it. This will work well with some butterfly dies I have!
After watching hundreds of videos, I must tell you that yours stand out for several reasons. First, you have a soft, kind voice. That's so nice to hear, especially after a busy day. Next, you always have prepared well for your video. No unnecessary chit-chat or extraneous remarks make every word important. You always have your supplies and examples ready to go – no fumbling or wondering just where that tool went. So, thank you for making your videos easy, entertaining, and so pleasant to watch.
Order placed! I cannot believe it’s December!!
Lots of information Jennifer ! So good to see, thanks for all the sharing you do.
Exquisite, as always. Thank you Jennifer.
Die cut inlay is fun… as long as you keep track of all the little pieces!! I love your scrappy rainbows too.
As always, another fantastic video! Really like the monoprint effect, and the scraps for rainbows, and the partial die cutting, well ALL of them! Thanks for sharing, very much appreciate the time and effort. Cheers, 😊💕
Loved your inspiration! Thanks for sharing!
Brilliant video, Jenifer! So much info packed into half an hour. Thank you so much xxx
I love die cut inlay!
I love this video
Great selection of cards
As always this video is packed with great ideas and worthy inspiration. Thanks a bunch for sharing all these fantastic ideas with us. God bless you and yours for having such a giving heart. Have a wonderful season! Greetings from Berlin, Germany, ♡ Claude 😊
I love puzzles also
Wow you have done some very nice cards Jenifer thank you for sharing.
Hello from Holland! I love the scrapbackgrounds! Thanks!
All of these dies are MUST HAVES! I’m going to have to rethink my die filing system have shopping for these AWESOME dies. 😁
Fun! I like layering butterflies and the curling up the wings.
Thank you for another great video – I especially loved the technique for making shaker cards with the frames (instead of foam tape), really looks great! My favorite technique is using my dies to emboss with, but I haven't tried it yet with embossing powder, so I'll be trying that out!
Thank you ! Beautiful job👍🌷
All fabulous fun and I want them all. Lol. Thanks for sharing.
Such fun dies and you made them so fun! Thank you and God Bless!!
I learn something new every time I watch your videos! I'm retired but I need to go get a part time job because every time I watch one of your videos, I buy new supplies I just have to have (haha!). Thank you for all you do for the crafting/stamping community. You are the best!
The mono print is my favorite!
Love that smooching leaf impression!
I love your stained glass technique the best. I think it looks so classy and different. 🙂
So many amazing ideas!! I want to do them all! Mostly I want to do the rainbow inlay. Happy rainbow cards to share with friends!! Thank you JM for all you teach us!
I always learn something from your videos. Thanks Jennifer.
I love using letters in the inlaid background….packs a "wow" for not a lot of effort! What I don't like (& I know you didn't ask) is a bunch of die cuts (flowers/leaves in particular) stacked on a card. Seems so unimaginative….the layered flowers stamps are so much prettier when actually stamped on the card…IMHO.
I just love your videos. Always so many great ideas. You always give me lots of inspiration. Btw, really like your new style of editing. Saw some new features in this video. Thank you for all your time and effort😊
I’m still trying to get on board with die cutting, but I will say that inlay is far and away a favorite. Watching your videos has gotten me saving all the thin scraps I would normally discard, so thanks for that. I look forward to having enough to try one of your scrappy ideas.
Great video Jennifer,I learned a lot. I love inlay techniques.
Love everything you do with the diecut letters, but every technique you shared is fabulous. 💙
Thank you so much for sharing your talent and ideas, it’s is very generous and very inspiring. We don’t have the range of dies and stamps in the UK that you have in the USA, but all your ideas are transferable, which is fantastic and much appreciated.
Jennifer, you have the most wonderful ideas and you do such a super job of describing the how-to! Thanks so much!
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