[Video] Magnetic cookie bookmarks from start to finish

Hello lovelies, I am back with an another realistic food coloring video tutorial. Today I am showing you on my YouTube channel how I created these Linzer biscuits with Heffy Doodle dies and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I encourage you to try it! It's much more easier then it looks like! You can find the video here. As always, you can find the used supplies below the post.


For this project I am using the new mini essential die set from Heffy Doodle which coordinates perfectly with the new Heffy doodle die-cutting machine. I am going to use the cute small circle dies; This size, is a perfect biscuit size, and I absolutely love these tiny scallops or frills on the edges.


For the coloring I have used Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers, but you can make it with any other markers as well. For the coloring and the full process be sure to check out the video tutorial here. Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers Used; Cookie: BG1, GY1, GB4, EB1, EB4 Strawberry Jam: CR4, CR9, DR5, DR7, Raspberry Jam: BP3, BP6, DR5, DR7.


After creating a couple more cookies, I am turning them into bookmarks. I am adhering the fronts and backs to the openable part with my liquid adhesive and when it dried, I am opening it and putting inside a pair of small magnets. I am just removing the parchment paper of the magnet, closing the cookies and my tasty bookmarks are done!


Be sure to check the video for the full tutorial with the extra tips and tricks. As always, you can find the used supplies below the post, and if you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment. Thank you so much for joining me, see you next time, have an amazing day, Mona

VIDEO TUTORIAL


USED SUPPLIES

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I found the best word die storage | Memorydex Rolodex Spinner

I was searching for a good solution to store my word dies since forever and now I feel that I have finally found it!

This beautiful tabletop Rolodex Spinner was created originally for memory keeping, but when I saw it, I fell in love with it, and I knew that I want it, and I will use it as a crafty assistant on my desk. 


I filled it with my dies and had soo much fun with it. In case if you want to check my video, you can find it here.


I created colorful cards from heavyweight cardstock in rainbow order, and turned it to my word die organizer. So, I got the Memory dies for myself and I created lots of colorful cards. Next, I created labels with the names of die-cut-s, so any time I am using a metal die I will know, what is its name and which brand it is. 



After I adhered the die-cuts to their right place, I added the printed label, then I turned the card, and adhered on it a smaller piece of magnet what I cut from leftover magnets. I can tell you I am in love with this blush amazingness. Heidi, thank you so so much for this product!  I really love it! 

VIDEO TUTORIAL

I am sharing with you all the process in my video, be sure to check it out! I was searching for a good solution to store my word dies since forever. I feel that I finally found the best word die storage, be sure to check it out how. Clickable tutorial link


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Thank you so much for stopping by, if you like organizing posts be sure to check out my Craftroom tips what every crafter should know post too. Have an amazing day, see you next time. Mona

USED SUPPLIES


I am using products only I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I really appreciate your support. Affiliate Disclaimer.


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[Video] Dry Embossed Background Technique

Hi crafty friend tI have a new technique video on my YouTube channel where I am showing you the dry embossing technique.


Today I am showing you a clean and simple, but colorful card tutorial only with die-cuts and stencil. For these cards I was inspired by the super talented Laura Bassen!


VIDEO TUTORIAL

Be sure to check it out how I created this embossed background with stencil as well as the full cardmaking proces. You can find the YouTube video link here.


USED SUPPLIES


I am using products only I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I really appreciate your support. Affiliate Disclaimer.