Making a Slipcase Pt1 – Cutting and liningHere’s a quick way to make a sturdy slipcase, the video is in 4 parts (largely due to the size limits of YouTube) from cutting the board to finish. Part 1 is cutting and lining. Most of my innovations are in the process of covering the case, Part 3. Hope you find the technique useful.
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Lawn Fawn: Making a card with clear stamps and chalk inkOur Store: www.lawnfawn.com Our Blog www.blog.lawnfawn.com In this video I make a clean and simple card with Lawn Fawn’s clear photopolymer stamps (May Release) and ColorBox Fluid Chalk Inks for the Etsy Inspired Challenge.
little David making the starting cuts for the homebuilt Super-Buggy FrameWarning: this is just three minutes of my littlest brother using a cutoff saw, it you aren’t family, it’s probably not cute, just boring. Here David is using the Hitachi abrasive cutoff saw I got off of Kijiji for 60 bucks to cut up the base frame member out of the scrap steel thick wall tube I got from the landlord of the commercial shop I lease. I’m loosely following the plans for the Dirt Devil cart. This will be as cheap a build as I can make it, and I expect to be completed within 21 days.