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November 2003
Newsletters 2003
November
Peel off stickers & Plasma Board
October
Making Metal Embellishments
August
Get your Peel off Stickers perfect every time.
Foiling with Appliglue.
July
Evolution of a handmade card range.
June
Developing a range of handmade cards Part II.
May
Developing a range of Cards Part I.
March
Heat embossing using your computer and Ink Jet Printer.
Brighten up those peel off stickers.
February
Mother's Day, how it all began.
Printing to your card blanks using Microsoft Word and text boxes.
January
The legends of Valentines.
Card design ideas.
Newsletters 2002
February
Some history of greetings card and the future.
March
Selling cards, know your market and copyrighting your work.
May
Selling your artwork or verse.
Pricing your work.
June
Targeting card buyers.
July
A guide to paper and board.
August
A guide to making wedding Stationery.
September
Book mark project and ideas.
Copyright issues regarding stamping.
October
Top tips for designing cards.
Brighten up your peel off stickers and flowers.
November
The Big glue issue.
Tulip pen secrets.
Using verse on your cards
December
Fast and Easy Christmas Card Ideas.

Christmas Card ideas and Inspiration

 

Using Intricate Peel off Stickers

 
 



The problem with some peel off stickers is that they can be very difficult to remove from the sheet in one piece, however it's very simple when you know how.



First remove as much of the excess and surrounding peel off sheet that is of no use.

Then using a craft knife or tweezers remove all the small in-fill bits and excess sticker.

As you do you'll find all the bits that normally snag and break the sticker, however you'll easily be able to control the bits that lift by simply pushing them back down.


Pick off as much as you can.

Then using a craft knife gently ease up one corner of the image and carefully remove it from the sheet.


Don't worry if some excess sticker is still attached this can be removed once you have stuck it to your card blank.

All that's needed is a little patience and time.


     
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