Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Tip on Adhesive Sheet

Adhesive Sheet, Thinlits, Stampin'Up!

Hello stampers 
  Today is a quick tip on how to use the adhesive sheet. These are very simple to use and a time saver when it come to adhere detail cutout. I explain in the video that it's better if you place your card stock on top of the adhesive sheet then your thinklits or framelits then place back the protection sheet on top. If you use the framelits or thinlis on the top of the protection sheet something the detail don't cut all the way but on top of card stock it work perfect but make sure you place the protection on top of cardstock and thinlits so you don't have a big sticky mess :) 
I have a video for you that you can find at the bottom of my blog post today on my blog HERE. ***If you are getting my post by e mail some server will NOT include the video so make sure to visit my blog to get all detail or you can always find my video on my You Tube Channel.
Adhesive Sheet, Thinlits, Stampin'Up!
Will share more about this card in another video but I have all supplies at the bottom. 
-Whisper White 8½ x 5½ fold in half card base 
-Fresh Fig 5¼ x 4 
-Whisper White 5-1/8 x 3-7/8
-For the cutout of the Happy Birthday you will need a piece of 3 x 3½ in fresh fig and lemon lime twist insert in the adhesive sheet. 

Well my friends this is it for now I will be back tomorrow 
Have a lovely day!
Adhesive Sheet, Happy Birthday Thinlits, Stampin'Up!


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France Martin
France Martin

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


  1. Hi Frenchie, I follow and enjoy your blog and watch all your videos. You have used black on black for your shadow on this video. Have you tried a black on grey for the shadow or rose on pink etc. I have layered words to make them thicker but not as a shadow. Dianne

    1. I did many of mixture for color you can't go wrong love the little extra off set layer it make it stand out much better

  2. Thnx for this tip - I always think I am wasting some of the sticky but guess it can be used to punch out smaller things on the unused part.


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