Splitcoaststampers-The Stamper's Community

Issue #373 July 24th 2013
Triangular Diorama Card  
Guest author Bibiana Martinez-Ziegler is back to show you how to create a triangular diorama card.
Supplies you'll need for this project
Our Artist in Residence answers your questions
Q: Lin asked: "I have never had too much success with white pens, jell, or otherwise. What do you recommend? I have gone to using silver where I would like to use white."
A: A lot of stampers have problems with white gel pen. Check this thread for some great suggestions to get them back working again.
Feedback From Past Tutorials
Maria has a suggestion for the Bendi Fold tutorial: "I came to the conclusion that to mail them, you do it putting the card FLAT inside the envelope and maybe you can write a little note to the recipient with the directions on how to put the tabs through the openings. I think this would be the right way to send this in the mail without having to put it in a box or risk damaging the beautiful card in transit."

Tutorials You May Have Missed
Diorama Card Create scenes in a fun 3D card.
Diorama Card tutorial
Diorama Card gallery

No special supplies are needed for next week's tutorial.
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