Photo Tutorial: Slanted Newsprint Technique - Song of My Heart Stampers

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08/08/2014

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I'm pretty sure you're a crafting genius. Just so you know my opinion. Thanks for the detailed photo tutorial. You give fantastic instructions.

Lyssa!!! You never cease to amaze me! I did a workshop/club today and we made your swap card from convention with "Kinda Eclectic" and it was a huge hit. Now you come up with THIS beauty...swoon...(yes, I learned my drama from Lydia.)

This is awesome! I cannot thank you enough!

Lyssa, this is amazing!! Thank you for such a detailed tutorial. I'm looking forward to using this--maybe with a sewing pattern paper. :)

thankyou! thankyou!! thankyou!!! i'll go try it right now.

Lyssa! You rule! I always hated that the columns didn't line up on all the cards. Now, diagonally, it doesn't matter and I LOVE the way the paper looks! THANK YOU! I'll be CASEing for sure!

Thanks so much for making this tutorial. What a lovely technique.

Thank you so much for all of your crafty wisdom!! I was afraid of messing it all up!! You were kind enough to show us just how to do it the right way the first time!! Lyssa, my dear, you ROCK!!!

FANTASTIC! I wish I could use a larger font to shout that at ya! Thanks again for sharing; I love to see all your creative projects and tips.

Thanks for the step-by-step tutorial, Lyssa. Love this technique and will be duplicating it! TFS!!

Many thanks for the tutorial!! I absolutely adore the finished card; there's so much interest there because of the slanted DSP.

Lyssa!! You are a paper rock star and making me wish I'd brought ALL my stamping stuff to Paris! I can't wait to try this when I get home. :)

Lyssa awesome tutorial I am a visual person and this definitely helped!! Thanks for sharing w us!!

Awesome Lyssa! Thank you!!

What a great way to use the paper in a new way. It is amazing! Makes the wheels turn!

Thanks Lyssa. Can't wait to try it.

Great tutorial.
Thanks so much for your time to make the tutorial, and the inspiration to
be more creative with my paper.

Excellent tutorial and thank you so much for the photos - such a help! The text paper does look more interesting on a slope, and becomes more of a background at an angle, as you're not so inclined to try to read it, rather than see the card as a whole! Great job!

Ditto on what Kristine said!!! TFS.

Love this card! Thank you for the tutorial! Pinned it!

love the idea of slanting the type, just saw it on pinterest and now I am a new follower

Your photo tutorials always rock and this one is no exception. Thanks so much for taking the time to share the tutorial. I LOVE the cards!!

Love the cards, and especially the tutorial: I have tried several times in the past to work out how to end up with a rectangular piece of paper after I've cut the design so it slants, but it just made my brain hurt! Thank you for solving the puzzle for me and explaining it so clearly!

Love the look and the slanted paper and your tutorial is fabulous! I could have never figured it out without you. Thank you, thank you!!!

I really need to try this out....having some of that great printed DSP on the card as a b/g makes a beautiful and easy card! TFS...you are so good about sharing and explaining, we love it (and you!) jdh

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