New to scrapbooking?This page is for you. Sometimes it can be intimidating starting something new when you don't know the terminology and you couldn't pick an embellishment from an embossing folder so here's a glossary of terms to help you get your head around the gear. To keep the page concise I'm only going to list the items that aren't self explanatory, that have an unusual name or a special function that you may need help figuring out.
Specially formulated to create a colorful, polished stone effect. This ink can also be applied to acrylic, plastic, metal, foil, glass, and many non-porous surfaces. Find here.
Some scrapbooking machines like the Cricut cut shapes out of cardboard and other materials. They need a cartridge loaded with the appropriate shape in order to cut it. Find here.
An acid-free, non-toxic, water-based dye developed for use on paper, fibers, fabric and more. These earthy and bright spray dyes will colorize paper, fibers, fabric, wood, paper clay and other absorbent surfaces. Ideal for paper crafters, mixed media and fabric artists alike. Find here.
These are the 'must have' accessories in scrapbooking, cardmaking & papercrafting. You buy the die then cut out the designs or letters to use on your scrapbooks. In minutes, your scrapbooks look like you've spent hours. Choose from a selection of shapes & designs, frames, borders and corners to enhance any scrapbook layout, craft project and more. Find here.
Acid free; non-toxic; fade resistant; water- based dye ink. Their long drying time makes for great workability and wicking characteristics when used with water to blend colours into each-other. Find here.
These markers have a fine pen nib and a fibre brush like felt tip end at the other. They draw with distress ink which is an acid free; non-toxic; fade resistant; water- based dye ink. Their long drying time makes for great workability and wicking characteristics when used with water to blend colours into each-other. Advantage being you can draw or colour in precise areas and then blend if desired.
Distress Paints are very fluid water-based acrylic paints for multiple surfaces. Tim and Ranger developed these special paints to be reactive with water just like Distress Inks and Distress Stains—perfect to accomplish a wide variety of artistic techniques. Distress Paints have a convenient dabber system for easy and mess-free application. Use with stamps, paper, wood, metal, glass, plastic and more for a timeless matte finish on craft projects. 52 colors that coordinate with the Distress palette Very fluid water-based, multi-surface acrylic paint Timeless matte finish paint in 1 oz. bottles.
Small dimensional pieces like buttons, shaped wood chips, shiny object for sticking to a scrapbooking page and making it a little more special.
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