Curious to know how Keisha does her wording on her pages. I know she uses stamps alot but these last pages look like she used her printer? If so, what fonts did she use? Thanks.
Keisha said . . . Humm, I go through so many fonts til I find the one that works I usually forget what I used.I know Decker & Splendid 66 were use...the script I am not sure, sorry!Char Griffith said...
I would love to know how to use the glass gliter. This month was my first month getting a JBS kit and I have no idea how to use it, what type of glue? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Michelle said . . . For glitter I usually use zip dry....I spread some zip dry on whatever I am adhering the glitter to and spread it around thinly and evenly with my finger. Works wonders! If I am just doing the borders glittery, I use my Quickie Glue pinpoint roller pen by Sakura...www.sakuraofamerica.com/Pen-Glue
Lisa said . . . I used Scotch Quick Dry adhesive for my glitter!
Ranjini said . . . For glitter, I actually sprayed my piece first with the matching orange Maya mist. I have had bad luck with the white portion of the chipboard showing through on other pieces when I don't paint them first. I used PVA by Lineco on this month's layout where I glittered up the sun, but I have also used the Martha Stewart glitter glue from Michael's. Both are pretty good.
Becky said . . . yeah, i love zip dry too!
Keisha said . . . When I use glitter I use Martha's glitter glue.
Both Michelle McCord and Becky Novacek seem to rough up their paper edges. What is the easiest way to do this?
We will be posting a Michelle's tutorial on edge distressing soon and will let you know here as soon as it's available!
We were also asked what size heart punch was used by Ranjini on her "Totally You" layout.
Ranjini said . . . For the heart punch -- I used a Fiskars Scalloped Heart Punch - I think it's the larger one - the heart measures 2 1/8" at its widest point, by 2.25" or so in height.