Back To Basics....
In this section we will cover basic paper crafting skills and tools....Hope you find this helpful....
How To Measure-
How To Score-
How To Make Structure Strips-
How To Cut Chipboard-
How To Use A Bone Folder-
Good information. Thanks ElaineReplyDelete
thank you always need a refresher course.ReplyDelete
I just sat through each of your "Back to Basics" videos and enjoyed each and every one of them. Thanks for taking time to make these videos as they are such a help to everyone in the crafting universe - new or old. I have just purchased my new Scor-Pal and literally couldn't get my head around it cause as you said "the brain wants to do the opposite when folding the score line" so thanks a bunch for setting me straight.
Dear Jim, thanks for these videos! They sure taught me lots of things that I didn't know, thanks again for sharing!!!!ReplyDelete
THANK YOU! I am new to the mini world and did not have a clue about how to measure anything! I want to make some furniture and kitchen items for my grand daughters Barbie dolls, Monster high girls and AG doll. Measurements made me feel like an idiot until I watched your videos. Love your site and will be following from now on. Again, THANK YOU SO MUCH!ReplyDelete
I so needed ths.Thanks so muchReplyDelete
Thank you so much for answering a much debated topic between my crafty friends... about the score fold!!ReplyDelete
Found you on YouTube and love your videos! I so appreciate the Back to Basics videos. Measuring is confusing but you made it simple! Thank you!!!ReplyDelete
I think this is a brilliant idea Jim. Sometimes its easy to go way over someone's head because we already know how. You set me straight on the scoring and folding cause I always said what difference does it make? Now I know.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jim! I have been trying to decide on a new paper cutter that will cut chipboard. It was wonderful actually seeing all of the cutters in action. I think now I can purchase that Rototrim without hesitation! Thanks again!ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking the time to discuss this i feel strongly about it.equipment performanceReplyDelete