Welcome to the complete listing of my Sip n' Tip Tuesday tutorials -- where you can sip your tea (or your favorite beverage), while checking out my favorite tips. My favorite daily tea is Typhoo tea, which I got hooked on while living in England...but I like to mix it up every once in a while.
Speaking of mixing it up -- not all my tips/tutorials are on a Tuesday...but that's okay, right?! =)
You can click on any link below to go to that tutorial. I'll be updating this page frequently, so feel free to stop by anytime!
Removing Dry Adhesive from Paper - The most popular tip so far, and a great paper saver!
New Dimensions - Using repurposed items to give your cards/projects dimension.
Epoxy Embellies & Chai Tea Recipe - Making your own epoxy embellishments & a recipe for Chai T too.
Ink Blending Tool Fixative & more - How to keep your velcro attached to wood, and more adhesive ideas.
Making Your Envelope Fit - What to do when your card is too small for your large envelope.
Changing Colors - How to totally change the color of your cardstock to match your card/project.
Changing Your Binding Solutions - How to change pre-set binding holes to your own binding technique.
Glimmer Mist Containment - An easy way to spray misters without the mess OR cleanup. Oh yeah!
A Quick Glue Fix - How to hide a mess of over-gluing, when it's showing seepige and you know it will show up when dry!
Creating A Gift Box Template - How to make your own template for gift boxes.
Faux UTEE - Creating the look of Ultra Thick Embossing Powder (UTEE), without actually having any.
Distress Marker Tips - These tips can be used with any marker: how to label marker to show true color, find broad nib faster, and how to keep distress markers from drying out too fast.
Making a Color Swatch Book - Instructions for completing various color swatch booklets. Shown for the Ranger's line of products, but you could conform it to your favorite products lines as well.
Easy Clean-up for Alcohol Inks - An inexpensive way to clean your craft mat after using alcohol inks. You can also clean your plastic craft tables using this same method.