Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Felted Cardstock Tutorial on Splitcoast!

I have another Tutorial up on Splitcoast today! Whoopee! It's for the Felted Cardstock technique that I demo'd at Maker Faire last year. Very fun.The background of this card is made with a paper dinner napkin! *squeal*

The link to the step by step tutorial plus video is above, and here is just the video

If you don't see a video player then click here.

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  1. Awesome tutorial, girlfriend! Thanks so much for sharing it with the rest of us!
    I need to write a blog post about the card I made for it.

    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs and smiles

  2. I have done this and it is awesome. I wonder if different brands of plastic wrap work better than others, as I sometimes cannot get the napkin front to stick.

    Anyway, nice tutorial!

    WV: laton. I have a laton my plate lately (very busy).

  3. Fabulous tutorial, Lydia!! Will definitely have to try it. TFS

  4. i love this idea, yet i have none of these party napkins laying around! may have to go buy some just so i can use this technique! WAY TO GO!

  5. Wonderful video tutorial, Lydia!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  6. How cool is that! I wondered where you got that great zebra print behind the napkin.

    I now will have to have a party so that I will have some napkins to use. I wonder how it would work to stamp on a white napkin and use that.


    You are so inspiring.

  7. I meant to say cup cake

    (shaking my head at myself).


  8. Lydia,

    Awesome card and technique video! Congrats on being featured on splitcoast!


    Lisa aka...CW

  9. hello!
    I am french;
    Can you say what plastic is used? Thank you and soon;
    Monick to France

  10. Wanted you to kinow I posted a link to this tutorial today.

    Nancy Ward


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