Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Envelop Punch Board with Designer Paper Vertical and Horizontal

 Hello Friends
What to call this video??? Well the long name is "How to cut  Designer Series Paper to get your envelop on the correct direction". So in my video on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com I will teach you how to cut your 12x12 designer paper to get your envelop pattern going horizontal or vertical. If we cut our designer paper 8 x8 it will give our pattern diagonal this is the way the envelop punch board #133774 work. So to have your pattern paper going vertical or horizontal we need to start with our paper diagonal to off set the pattern.  I bet I got you confuse with all this but guess what my video will be easy to fallow. One thing you will need to remember after you cut your paper is line/pattern going left will give you horizontal and line/pattern going right will get you vertical This got all started with a e-mail that I got from Barb and she wanted to make her envelop going on the right direction and ask me if I knew how to do it....Well most of you know me by know I love challenge so after playing with my paper and the board this is what I came up with. Maybe it's different way but I was so excited to figure this way out. Let me know what you think. PS when you cut your paper you will end up with 4 triangle I'm sure we can use that in scrapbook page and card. The bottom card I use only one of the trso lots of possibility triangle with those scrap.
So now with this video you will be able to use the DSP to make your envelop 3 different way.
 Top DSP is the one that you can get for FREE with qualified order and the other one is Soho Subway.

 
 Here a card I did with ONE of the triangle. Just cut strip of 3/4 inch and waved and glue. Never toss the DSP we can use bits and piece....the butterfly is part of the same triangle just use the other side.
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Always if youget my post by e-mail to view the video visit my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com 
 


France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United Stats, that love to created and shared paper crafting. Hope I inspired to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

45 comments:

  1. Frenchie, this video was fantastic! Now rather than wasting tons of DSP trying to make the pattern go the "correct" way, I know the "tricks" so it comes out perfect every time. Thanks for figuring it out and sharing the tips.

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  2. Oh you star... Thanks so much for working this out for us.... This is a tip that will be used.... Thank you thank you thank you!

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  3. Thank you for making this video. You are the best.

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  4. I love watching your videos. Thanks again for the great tips.
    Tina L

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  5. I'v wanted to change he direction of DSP, too....thanks for figuring this out for us.

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  6. Wow, you are amazing. How in the world did you ever figure that out? I love your projects. I have learned so much from you. Thanks for sharing all your creativity.

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  7. Great video as always. Can't wait to try it Thanks so much Have a great day!!!!

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  8. This was a needed video. Thanks so much. Love all your videos. . . so glad you left that "other" job. More time for us. :)

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  9. You did a GREAT job explaining this! Very helpful AND informative.
    Look forward to ALL your videos as I learn so much.
    TFS

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  10. Great video! thanks for sharing!
    Linda Patti tpatti@windstream.net

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  11. Thanks for the helpful video!Thanks also for another chance to win!

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  12. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the tutorial. Love my envelope maker and you just made it easier!

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  13. Your cards are always amazing. Thank you for teaching us your tricks

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  14. The card rocked from the scraps!
    Video is always good to fall back on when I forget your tips! Thanks for such a good job!

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  15. Your video is helpful. I have learned alot form your videos. Thank you for giveaway chance.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  16. How cool that you firgured out how to do the envelopes!!! thank you
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  17. So enjoy your Blog, love to listen to your videos. Thanks for all the project ideas and directions. Have a great week.

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  18. Thanks so much for that video. I'll have to say, I am Envelop Punch Board challenged...this will help a lot! and thank you for a chance to win your great prize :)

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  19. Debbie G
    Thank you so much for the great video.

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  20. Love your videos, Frenchie! They're so informative and I learn something new each time. Thanks so much, and thanks for the chance at blog candy, too!
    Connie Snowberger

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  21. How wonderful, Frenchie! Not only do we get to enjoy your blog, videos and inspiration but blog candy, too! It must be my turn to win some goodies, so I've got my finger's crossed!

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  22. Love your blog and ideas, and your videos also. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

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  23. Thank you so much for your videos and helpful hints! You are so wonderful and I look forward to your blog everyday :D

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  24. Thank you so much! This will really help!

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  25. I open your e-mail everyday to see your designs. I look forward to learning your techniques. Because of you, I now own an envelope punch board. Thank you!
    Pauline

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  26. Thanks for all your creativity and videos you share with all of us. Please enter me for the blog candy.

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  27. Oh, am I glad there's you! I would never have been able to figure it out and you make it easy to remember to boot. Thanks so very much!

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  28. Thank you for the great video on how the get your paper the right way for envelopes !! You are so talented and I love your blog.

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  29. NancyS(momsnack)March 4, 2014 at 2:26 PM

    this is so much easier than making the template!
    NancyS (momsnack)

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  30. thank you for saving me paper, money and frustration!! from being totally confused to seeing it clearly. stamping hugs from the rainy central california coast!!

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  31. love the video now I can make envelopes with the pattern going the right way. Awesome work!!

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  32. Thank you for the video and the chance to win.

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  33. I always want to learn something new!

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  34. Thanks for the video on making envelopes using DSP paper. I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

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  35. I love uour videos. I learn sooo much. Thank you for all your hard work.

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  36. Thanks so much for such a great tutorial! You always do such a wonderful job!

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  37. WOW! How clever! Thank you for figuring this out & taught us! Great video!

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  38. I got a envelope punch board and there is so many things to do with it but who would ever think of this but Frenchie. You share the best tips and videos. Thanks for a chance to win the blog candy.

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  39. Where did you get the soho subway paper

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  41. What a great tip. Thanks for a terrific video. This will be added to my crafting bookmarks.

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  42. You are awesome thank you for your videos

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  43. Thanks for this awesome video on the envelope board -- I love all of these Memory Keeper boards. They make me look talented! And your videos tell me how to do it :)

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  44. Thanks so much for this video. It is very helpful and I love watching your videos. Your projects are always so exciting. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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  45. I can't wait til I'm team Frenchie!!!!

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