Wednesday, November 24, 2010

How to Make Double Sided Paper Using the Imagine

Today I want to share with you my design project for Creative Critterz Imaginations blog. In the video, I use regular white cardstock, colored card stock, and cardstock that is white on one side and colored on the other to make double sided papers.







For the above card, I used card stock that is white on one side and green on the other. Detailed directions for making this card are on the video. I also made a matching envelope.

Recipe:
Imagine More Art Cartridge
Wild Card Cartridge
SEI Paper….green on one side and white on the back.
Buttons
Ribbon
Twine
Adhesive
Rub-on



Last month, I made this quick and easy card using double sided paper and just had to try it with the Imagine. It worked!

Recipe:
Imagine More Art Cartridge
Wild Card Cartridge
Bazzill paper
Kaiser Rhinestone
Ribbon
Adhesive

Thanks for visiting and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Linda, thank you for another interesting video. I am going to make double sided paper today.

Sue

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Sue, for your comment!

Linda

tishy34 said...

what a great idea - i never would have thought of that - thanks for the idea! i am new to your blog and i really love it.
michele
tishy34@gmail.com

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Michele and welcome!!

Linda

Pat said...

Was the Bazzill you printed on smooth or textured?

Gee I wish I had ink tanks in my backyard!

Linda Kaiser said...

Pat,great question. The beige Bazzill was smooth.

Linda

Susan said...

Thank you Linda. For the video and the Fab Friday feature. LOL.

xx Susan

Linda Kaiser said...

Susan: You are so welcome. Your Christmas House is amazing! Happy Thanksgiving!

Linda

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Wonderful projects. I'm going to give this a try.
I also had a quick question. What adhesive do you recommend for keeping embellishments on cards? I have tried several brands and have a hard time keeping things like chipboard and other heavy materials on my cards. I know you mentioned a great adhesive one day and I can't find the blog post.
Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving.

Linda Kaiser said...

Angi: Thanks for the question. I love using large glue dots...sometimes I use several depending on the size.You may also want to try Zip Dry or E600. I even attach pearls with mini glue dots. Also Glossy Accents works! Hope this helps! Linda

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Thanks for the adhesive info Linda. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. :)

Kate said...

Thanks again for another great video. I learn so much from them!
What lovely cards, too! I especially like your "joy" card with its unique shape. Gorgeous!

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