Hello! I have this little tutorial up on the BasicGrey blog today - woohoo! Ever wondered how you would go about making a hyrbid card from a digital scrap kit? You KNOW all your favorite papers can be found in digital, right? If you have a printer - that means an ENDLESS supply of your favorite prints... as long as you have the ink!
Well, here's how I make a hybrid card...
Step 1 - Layout your card exactly how you want to finished product to look like & crop it. The size of mine is 3.25" square. The card base is 4.25" square.
Step 2 - Move everything that will be an additional layer onto the side of your document to print.
Step 3 - Trim everything out.
Step 4 - Optional - I wanted to add some additional texture to my card, but only in one spot. I put my paper into an embossing folder and used a rubber mallet to emboss a small section. (YES - I used to use my heel or a heavy glass candle lid, but the EASIEST and most precise thing I have found is a rubber mallet!)
Step 5 - Glue it all back together! Add any additional embellishments you choose.
See you later!