Projects with Digital Paper
Introduction and Globe Card using Carmen Digital Paper Posted on 15 Jul 04:01 , 1 comment
Hello everyone! My name is Ian Garland and I am best known as the Off Kilter Crafter Ian on Youtube. This is my very first blog post here on Melody Lane Designs and I could not be happier to join the Design Team for Melody Lane. I hope to get to know everyone better as we start on this wonderful journey and have fun along the way. For those who would like to get to know me a little better, I am currently 30 years old. I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas. Yes, I am a Texan though and though, but I won't hold it agents you if you are not. ;-) I have not been crafting for too long, only about 2 or 3 years at this point, but I love to do it in my free time. I work a lot and my full time job keeps me very busy, but I always find time to craft and present a new craft on my Youtube channel every Friday. I hope you will subscribe to my Youtube channel and check out my other videos that I have available for you.
Now, on to the project that I designed. I used the Carmen Digital Paper Set to create this really great background for the Sizzix and Tim Holtz globe foreground. I love that this Sizzix and Tim Holtz kit comes with dies, stamps, and an embossing folder. You can use all of these items to create many different cards or even scrapbook pages in so many different ways. Check out this video of me putting together. https://youtu.be/jXEQwivpWfQ
Don't forget to also get social with me by checking out these social media links:
Have a great day everyone! And remember, keep it off kilter!!
CARMEN 14 DIGITAL PAPER and Cricut Printable Iron-on Posted on 30 Jun 14:27 , 2 comments
Hi again! Carole here! I just designed and produced this T-shirt using Melody Lane's Carmen Digital Paper with Cricut Printable Iron-on. I LOVE how it turned out!!
I use the printable iron on a lot so thought I might add a tip for you, if you are able to let your print then cut rest for 24 hours before pressing the colours will last longer and remain more vibrant during the pressing process.