5 ways (actually 6! – I was too lazy to edit the graphic, lol) to use black cardstock?? We all have colored cardstock I’m sure so these ideas can go with any color you choose! I am just a lover of the black cardstock! It really pops……. Onward to the video! OH, and loads of giveaways as this video is part of the Save the Crafty Youtuber hop! I’m offering up $25 gift certificate to the Ellen Hutson store….. Just leave a comment on the VIDEO!
So many ideas… So many possibilities! Did you have one favorite idea? Or did you learn anything new? I’d love to know!
Goodies used: (Affiliate links used at no cost to you. Support your favorite shops IF you can)
8 thoughts on “*Video: 5 ways to use black cardstock”
I started watching the “hop”. My video froze..Justine holleys link says “404 error”. I have no idea what I did wrong.
I am going to order some of that glue. It is hard to find tiny tips for small places. I a new to your videos and really enjoy them.
Watched during the hop. Great tips for black cardstock.
Hi! Loved your video and tips for black card stock. I have used some of them before. I love your metallic water coloring. Absolutely gorgeous! And that is something I’ve never tried before. Probably a project for today.
I hope all is well. You definitely can go crazy during this time. I am the opposite of your situation, I have a severe respiratory condition which would not be very good to contract this virus. My husband is a paramedic and out in the middle of this chaos. So he brought me down to his parents place in the middle of nowhere. But I brought my craft stuff. I hope that you and your family remain healthy. Thank you. ~Tammy
Great ideas. Thanks for the review of the glue, I have been searching for a good glue.
Thank you for those techniques I love it very much and I am trying to use it and play with it and have fun with it by the way I was trying to get those Beer glue I wasn’t sure it’s good or not so thank you for mentioning it . I live in Boston Massachusetts ( USA)
So glad I found this hop and you! Loved the black on black embossing.
Hi. I just watched your hop video w the Techniques you used on black card stock. Interestingly enough. I had not heard of or thought of the first one that yoh called Chalkboard.
I was curious if you have tried the baren when you used a background stamp on your stamp positioned to assist in applying pressure to get a good transfer of the ink onto the card stock? I see artists really putting along of muscle into that process.
I would love to be entered into your drawings for the glue you mentioned. It seems like as card makers, we are always looking for a new glue.
Thank you for sharing your talent.