A Card Find and a Quick Tip Video – By Request!

Today I have something a little different, it’s time for a Quick Tip video – By Request, on how to Refill an ATG.  But I couldn’t stop by today without sharing a card as well and I was cruising through my drafts and found this one that I made ages ago.  Have you ever done that, forgot to share a card?

Golden Anniversary - Detail

I was requested by a friend to create an anniversary card for her parents.  It had to be ‘large’, have some gold and some flowers, easy!  Although…  I always find it a little challenging to work on a larger surface, my hat is off to the scrapbookers, I bow in awe to you.

Golden Anniversary

How to Refill an ATG (Advanced Tape Glider) by Scotch.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.

Thanks for visiting!

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Other Supplies:  Mill Hill Glass Seed Beads – Gold (02011) Cardstock – American Crafts – Concrete / Smoke. Avery Elle – Count on It.

22 thoughts on “A Card Find and a Quick Tip Video – By Request!

  1. i think the ATG is the best invention ever – i love mine and then when i have a 50% off coupon for the refills i love it even more!! and your card is so pretty – bet your friend loved it!!

  2. Just a really elegant card and I love your videos.
    You generously share knowledge.
    Thanks so much.

  3. Beautiful card, Therese … so elegant in the gold and white! I have a heap of cards NYS (not yet shared!) … finding the time to do so can be a bit of a challenge! Love my ATG and use it on almost every card … wouldn’t be without it … thanks for the tips! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  4. Love your beautiful card…BUT…Thank you Thank you Thank you for the perfect ATG video tutorial!♥♥♥

  5. Very elegant card Therese, I am sure that it was much loved by the recipients. Funnily enough I had to refill my ATG yesterday, luckily I saved the instruction shaped sheet that was inside the gun and that seems to make it easy.

  6. Thanks Therese, always looking for the video on you tube on how to do this now Ill just look on your channel and I love this card very very elegant

  7. Hello Therese: Your card is gorgeous, so elegant with all the golden details, love the little shaker you made with the number 50, (I’m assuming it’s a shaker) the flowers look amazing embossed in gold.
    Now, I’m not a fan of the ATG gun, I like using just plain glue, I feel that with this very strong adhesives, you really don’t have the chance to straighten up your panel if it’s crooked, with glue, you have a few seconds to move it around to make it look straight.
    Thank you anyway, for sharing this tip.
    Maria Rodriguez.

  8. Beautiful card! Elegant color combo — gray, white, gold. I love my ATG … until it’s time to replace the tape. Grrrr. I have such a hard time getting the replacement tape on the wheel. Thanks for the video. I’ve had my ATG gun for quite a long time now. I realized watching your video that somewhere along the way I lost the guard!! Maybe it broke and I threw it away? Anyway, it still works!!!

    1. Hi Debbie, I’ve seen people create their own ‘guard’ for the ‘new spool side’ using some thicker cardstock and circle dies…. maybe it might work on the used spool side too, if you could work out a way for it to stay in place. Have a great day! Hugs Therese

  9. Gorgeous Magnolia’s, Therese! I love the effect of your gold embossing on this card and how you created the shaker component with your number dies…you clever girl!
    Thanks again for the tutorial on the ATG Gun…I’m convinced that I need to get one 🙂

  10. Happy find, and you’re sharing now so that’s a good thing! It is stunning, love the touches of gold – so elegant 🙂

  11. Beautiful card Therese. Classy and of so elegant. Love the touches of gold the punched out 50 and the gold bling behind it. It’s a WOW! from me.

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