Friday, December 11, 2015

A Die Cutting Tip with Savannah O'Gwynn

Hello, friends:}

Savannah O'Gwynn here today! I'm back---- after a canyon sized gap between my last video! I apologize for that gap!!!! I was traveling and then sick (couldn't talk at all)-- I really didn't get much done during the month of November!  

Today I'm sharing a quick tip that I recently learned and used on my PS December Release blog hop creation--- you can use a dryer sheet when die cutting! The dryer sheet helps hold all the die cut pieces with your image. This is super helpful when using simple or intricate die cut images!!! 
Here's the video *****Be sure to change your settings to HD before watching! THANKS! 

 Paper Smooches dies: Adorable Array
I hope that you are inspired to use a dryer sheet the next time you die cut! ANNNNNNNNNNND I hope you will join in the fun with the Paper Smooches December Flower challenge! You could WIN a $50 Paper Smooches gift certificate! Click HERE for more details and to play along:) 

And remember to link up your creations to our Inspired By Virtual Smooches post!!! 

**And don't forget if you leave a comment, please add your blog address and email so I can visit you too:) love hearing from the VS followers when you've created something based off of one of our videos:) So keep leaving comments and links- you could be our next Virtual Smooches FF!!! ***If you don't have a blog-- email me a pic and let me know what inspired you!!! 
(savannahland2 at comcast dot net)

THANKS so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}

7 comments:

Lisa said...

I remember that pretty card Sav, love it so much! Thanks for the dryer sheet tip!

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

So sorry to hear how ill you have been! I have used the dryer sheet method as well. Not owning any flower PS stamps or dies so am out for the challenge. Have a few critters, Hooties, and Chubby Chums, and a snowman that Kim gave out to the public.
I just think your card is so beautiful!! Your design and execution is lovely!
Hope you are feeling better and totally recovered! Merry Christmas and looking forward to all you have to share!

Mary Walker said...

Good idea. Please don't be offended, but your laugh seems forced and un-natural.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Ohhhhhhhhhh this is gorgeous! LOVING the colors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

D- said...

What a great technique. Thanks for sharing. Your card is beautiful.
Crafty hugs,
Dawn
DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

Shona Austin said...

Great and inexpensive tip. Thanks.

Mary-Anne V said...

Great tip ...need to try. Thanks for always being so happy and joyful in your videos.