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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