|Posted on 5 August, 2019 at 22:10|
What is Glitter Creations about?
Card making is the craft of handmade Greeting cards. Many people with interest in allied crafts such as Scrapbooking and Stamping have begun to use their skills to making handmade cards. This has contributed to cardmaking as a popular hobby. Traditionally high street stores have started to devote their floor space to handmade products. These handmade items are now being seen by retailers as a way to increase margins. Cardmaking has faced the competition with the electronic greeting cards.
Cardmaking materials: Card stock, Stencils, Markers, Vellum, Tissue paper, Glue, Ruler, Foil, Ribbons, Beads and more. Other materials that can be used in cardmaking are tea bags and buttons. Quilling is the art of creating delicate shapes from strips of paper, coiled into letters, flowers and other forms that are styled & transformed into ordinary cards.
Gift wrapping is the act of enclosing a gift in some sort of material. Wrapping paper is a kind of paper designed for gift wrapping. Gifts may also be wrapped in a box. They may be held closed with ribbon and topped with a decorative bow (an ornamental knot made of ribbon). Also, now available in clay material. Gift Registry with this website online or you get in touch with me. And Gift something special to your family & Friends on that day or events like Kids Award day, wedding anniversary, a birthday, Graduation or any other occasion.
Scrapbooking is really all about getting those photos out of shoe boxes and the storeroom into albums where they can be seen and shared. Best of all, no experience or expertise is required—it's as simple as cutting and gluing. Are you looking at those big boxes filled with photos, wondering how you'll ever get around to all of them? Where to start? It's best to begin with your most recent photos.
Basic materials include: background papers, photo corner mounts (or other means of mounting photos such as adhesive dots, photo mounting tape, or acid-free glue), scissors, a paper trimmer or cutting tool, art pens, archival pens for journaling, and mounting glues. More elaborate designs require more specialized tools such as die cut templates, rubber stamps, craft punches, stencils, inking tools, etc...
Calligraphy The first supply you should consider is a calligraphy pen- this normally consists of a holder and nib (the tip of the pen) depending on the type of pen you get. ... When purchasing nibs, you will notice a variety of different sizes. But, we use just normal ink pen. Cartridge pens and dip pens. However, dip pens are still appreciated by artists and are preferred by calligraphers for fine writing, since they can make great differences between thick and thin lines, and generally write more smoothly than other types of pens. Calligraphy are used as mode writing with paint. And with the Graphics + Typography effect my own creations is displayed.
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