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Playing With The Crafty Turnabouts & The New Jig from the latest release....... Concord & 9th.

bumbleberry papercrafts Cards Concord & 9th Diecutting Jo Summers jo-annescreations Memento Ink MFT My Favorite Things Stamping stamps

Well Welcome Crafty Friends,

As promised after my video, this week on the Bumbleberry Facebook page.
The end results, and an honest opinion, of how I got on with the new jig.
Video Link



Products

Concord & 9th Crafty Turnabout
https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/products/crafty-turnabout

Concord & 9th Crafty Dies
https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/products/crafty-dies

Misti or Similar

Memento Inks in, Black, Cantaloupe, Bahama Blue, Love Letters, and Bamboo Leaves
or For the Brighter card, I used, MFT Razzleberry, Limelight.

Neehah Card Stock 80lb 4 and a quarter by 5 an a half inches.

Black card stock

Various coloured card stock for adding details to die cuts.

Glossy Accents

Nuvo drops

Follow the instructions on the packet and line up your turnabout jig.

Place Neehah card stock in to misti.
With the number 1 in the right hand corner, start your stamping with your first colour.

Full instructions on my video. ( link above)



Go on to stamp each colour, turning the jig, clockwise each time.


I used Silver embossing powder on one of my layers, as you can remove and replace your image on to the jig. use removable tape on the back of your card stock. as the magnets get in the way.


I then stamped my sentiment in black in the centre of my card.


To embellish my card i die cut the matching dies. I used scraps of coloured card.




Finally I used glossy accents on those die cuts, and Nuvo drops to finish.

 
I have enjoyed this process and will defiantly, be using turnabouts in the future. Its easy to get the hang of it, and now I longer fear the process.


Thank for popping over
Happy Stamping
Jo
xxx 


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