Make your own Vintage Style Hole Reinforcement Rings | TUTORIAL

A beautiful handcrafted tag requires a beautiful reinforcement around the hole.

However, most affordable hole reinforcement rings you can buy in regular office supply stores are white and don’t suit your lovely tags. For colored reinforcement rings you tend to pay a lot more and they don’t always come in the color that you want.

Why not make them super fast yourself, in the color that you like, for a lot less?

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Easy & No Fuss Bookbinding with Glue Tutorial

Bookbinding with glue is a quick and easy way to turn loose sheets into booklets, notepads and more. Here’s a tutorial how to get this done so you can start a lot of creative projects:

    • recipe booklet
    • diary/journal
    • planner (FREE printable pdf planner pages: A4 / Letter)
    • memorabilia booklet
    • old beloved letters booklet
    • manuscripts
    • gift card album
    • and many more

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How to add text to an image online with befunky.com

befunky.com is a partially free image editing website that allows you to edit your pictures in the most fun ways. You don’t need to register, so that’s a bonus.

The free possibilities are very broad, but if you like the extra features, add-ons, layers, fonts etc. you can consider an upgrade for very little money.

On befunky.com you can literally add text to every kind of picture you imagine, as long as they are JPG or PNG.

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How to realistically age paper

Being very fond of both paper and antique details, I’m grateful that there are so many great paper-aging tutorials on the Internet.

The only element that I often missed was the fact that the paper didn’t always look that realistic at the end. So I started studying old paper a bit more up close and I’m really glad I can share my results and ideas with you. Continue reading “How to realistically age paper”