I’m beginning a new feature here on Amazing Paper Grace called Becca Bits. So often you email questions on how I did this or how I did that. I admit it, sometimes I’m moving a little bit too fast or don’t realize I’m omitting things you want to know. So for those times when I’ve been brief on a quick technique or routine, I’ll share them here for the benefit of those who don’t know how. These are notthings thatI created . . . I’m just sharing howIdo it. The keyword here is quick though, cause if you blink, you might miss them, lol!
The first thing that falls into my Becca Bitscategory is how to make multiple windows on sheet of paper that doesn’t seem to fit through the die cut machine. On my recent Twist Top Box you asked how I did the windows. Lucky me, I had already taped a separate quick tutorial because I had a hunch there would be questions. I’m sharing that video with you today. I’m using my Wizard with cutting plates and magnetic mat, an oval Spellbinders die cut, tape and lastly the same cardstock I cut for the Twist Top Box HERE. Enjoy.
Say, please bear with me while I make further adjustments with my equipment and camera location. Okay, so now you know why I drug my feet getting these published, lol! I’m sure I’ll find the sweet spot soon :-)
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Wow, that was easy! Thanks Becca, what a great technique that can be used for many different projects.
WOW! As if you didn’t do enough for us already! You are just amazing Becca. Thank you hugely for giving us yet more of your time, talent and sheer inspiration.
Thanks!! When you explain/ show it I can see it is easy!!
I have a Cuttlebug, but recently I also bought a Wizard. I can see there are techniques such when you need the magnetic mat that won’t work as well without it when using Cuttlebug
The new feature, “Becca’s Bits ” will be an added bonus on your site.
Gosh Becca – seeing this done is great – thanks for that. You are so good thinking of all the little things that might stop us from completing a project. I think this new addition to your blog will be a great hit – well done.
Love Becca’s Bits! This was a fun box and you made it easy for us by showing on video! Thank you so much for sharing your talents Becca!
This new addition to your blog is great. I’m a visual learner and seeing helps me so very much.
It really made things clearer for me..
I will still have to watch it several times to get the feel for it.
Love this new addition to your site.
thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us.
Just another reason for us to love your blog! :)
I love the addition of Becca Bits to your blog! Thank you so much! You are a awesome designer and it is fun to learn new things from you!
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much for that. It seemed so complicated but you make it look so easy!! Really appreciate you taking the time to do that!!! The video takes all the guesswork away.
Thanks for the tuto Becca.
Just to let you know that Claire’s stamps are amazing, I’ve some of them too and I’m looking for anothers. She is very talented and this Idea to create some stamps available with nestabilities is a really great idea.
Have a good day,
Thank you so much. You take something hard and make it so easy! We are truly blessed to have your web-site. I notice that your web counter is zooming up1 Yeah!!
ooooooooooooooooooo I <3 Becca Bits. Waaaaaaaay better than Bacon Bits! xoxoxox
Thanks soooooooooo much Becca!! Hope all is well with you!!
Thanks for taking the time to make these wonderful tutorials for us! You are a true inspiration….
Seeing is understanding, Becca and you did this soooo well! Thanks for “Becca Bits”….I’m loving this! Blessings, Susan
This is awesome. Thanks so much for putting so much work into your site. Can’t wait to check it every morning !
Love the name Becca Bits! Thanks so much for sharing.
Fabulous!!! I think your work is divine and I love your new “Becca Bits”.
It looks so easy when we see how you do the many things you do.
This is my first comment and I was wondering 2 things. I have a slight hearing problem and am wondering if you can turn your recording volume up. I have both volumes on my computer to 100% and still have difficulty hearing your soft spoken voice. (2). Can you put your video into print also, so we can print and save your techniques? I realize I am making a huge request, but You are my inspiration and I don’t want to miss a thing!!!!!! Thanks for all of your sharing.
Love, love, love the Becca Bits. How very sweet of you to share the how to of making the windows. Looking forward to more of Becca’s Bits. Love the name too. TFS!!! :D
This is very much appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to demonstrate this technique. I’m looking forward to more Becca Bits!
AWESOME! Love the Becca Bits! Thanks for the addition!!
Thanks so much Becca!
I am always inspired when I visit your blog!
Thanks so much for sharing your talent so freely!
Thank you so much for yesterday and today’s video tutorial! Fantastic!
This was wonderful, Becca, thank you so much for putting this together for us :D Nice to hear your voice too.
Love the new addition. You make things so much easier to attempt!
May I request that you show us how you made the accordian book with the seed packets? it’s so cute and I need this for friend.
Thanks. Hope dh is doing better every day.
I certainly loved your first Becca Bit and I am sure I will love them all!! Thanks so much!
Thank you so much! This was great! I did not have any problems seing how to do it now… Just the rest of the box. I have never made anything like this… But now I might… Keep on doin the Becca Bits! It was easy to understand your instructions!
Looking forward to see what you make in the future! :)
You’re a jewel! Nothing like learning from the best!!
Good evening, Becca – such stunning boxes and just adore the video tutorials- so well explained. I’m so looking forward to seeing more Becca Bits.
I think I would have figured it out eventually, but not without some trial and error. You made it look easy, as always. Thanks for sharing!
Exceptional instructional video Becca…thank you soooooo much!
Keep those ‘Becca Bits” coming!!!!
Great tutorial, Becca! Thanks!
Great tutorial. Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to the next Becca Bits.
Totally Awesome……….Thank you Becca…..now I know how with your tutorial I think I can master this………
Thanks Becca — makes sense now! Looking forward to more Becca Bites and videos.
You did a great job on this and I love the idea of Becca Bits!
great video it was a big help
You are a genius! I love all your projects and tried this technique last night and is worked so well! Thank you for sharing your God given gift!
Becca, great job on “Becca’s Bit”. It was a big help in showing how to get the windows in all four sides just perfect. Thanks so much for going the mile. We all appreciate it.
Love that you are sharing your knowledge with us “wannabe’s.” Your work is amazing. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks so much for adding “Becca’s Bit”! What a wonderful thing for you to do for those of us who are visual! TFS!
Thank you for taking out the time to share your tips!
your work is beautiful………everything,,,,,,, the cootie catcher brought back memories and was gorgeous, but I couldn’t remember how to fold it, and I tried several times. Would it be asking to much for directions? I have asked several people and showed them your card they all thought it was amazing but no one could remember how to fold it.. Thanks so much for whatever help your willing to share.
This is probably not the help your talking about giving, but I need a place to start and thought maybe you could give me some directions…..
I set up a blog, but that is all I can do. I can post but don’t know how to design it, add gadgets, upload pictures or make a link to other info.