Print Candee Tutorial & a Surprise!

From a sheet of printed images to a bright cheerful boys card & giftboxes in no time at all, it’s that easy with Print Candee!!  And I’m going to show you just how simple it is.

First I chose the products that I wanted to use:  Little Cowboys – Red & Blue, the matching Little Cowboys Paper Pack and Polished Wood Alphabet all created by Print Candee as well as some awesome Woodgrain Pattern Papers from Fancy Dog Studio and it was as simple as downloading, opening the file, sizing it how I wanted and then print.  (BTW I always print in High quality)

I wanted a distressed edge on the brown border layer… but first I had to go searching for my ‘distressing tool’, tells you just how much I distress…  although, I did get distressed looking for it!   Here’s a few photos of my project… with the big news at the end…..

Printed & Ready to Go!
The final product!
Little Cowboy - Card Detail
Little Cowboy - Card

And now for my surprise….   I’ve made a video!  You can watch it here or head over and see it a Youtube.   Hope you like it!

Other Supplies: Core’dinations Cardstock – French Roast, Scissors.

16 thoughts on “Print Candee Tutorial & a Surprise!

  1. Aww geez … this is adorable, what a great little set!!!
    Congrats on your first video, well done …. love the tip for the d/sided tape, what perfect placement!!!

  2. I love the gloss – it just adds so much *oomph* – and how cute is this little cowpoke? I had to snicker reading that you got distressed looking for your distresser….because I keep mine right in the way, but hardly ever use it. I’m forever moving it to dig for something else 🙂

  3. WOW!!!! Therese, your 1st tutorial is brilliant, lots of awesome info, love the tip about the doublesided tape, it will save me lots of time trying to get the layers apart with dental floss and also great to show our girls- thank you!! love your quick and easy cards, great for a little boy where I always struggle!! 🙂

  4. SUPER tutorial video Therese! It’s great to hear your voice. The card you made is adorable. I agree, the cow patterned paper is wonderful! Congrats on your first video!!!

  5. Great video Therese! Thanks so much for the tip on double sided tape. I’d never seen that before, and had never thought of it. That will save me a lot of frustration!

  6. I don’t know how I missed this post originally when going through my google reader, but i’m definitely glad I came back to check when you mentioned your first video in the post after this one – loved it!! And your tip about the double sided tape to line up layers is pure genius! I will definitely be trying that one out!!
    Such a cute card as well 😉

  7. Well done Therese! Awesome first video…was nice to hear you! Loving those little boxes – especially love the B/W cow hide one! So cute!! Awesome tutorial…I look forward to more of your videos 🙂

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