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Spritzing with Graphic 45

Posted by Graphic 45 10/30/2020 2 Comment(s) Layouts,Home Decor,Tutorials,Videos,


Hello, G45ers!

  Mold your papers to create beautiful 3D paper projects by just adding water.  The video tutorial by the talented Sandra D will teach us how to create a paper dress perfect for adding to home decor, mini albums, or cards.  Grab your papers and a spray bottle and let's have some fun.



Spritzing with Graphic 45

By Sandra D


“Hi G45’ers and Welcome back to the Blog

Sandra D here today sharing hopefully a New Technique with you

Some of you may already have done this but maybe not.


I will be talking you through how to Spritz your 

Graphic 45 papers and manipulate them into making a dress



Learn how to make that Special card below in the Video 


Video Tutorial:

Spritzing Graphic 45 papers


I hope I have inspired you to have a go they

 make the most beautiful card for a very Special 




Thanks so much for visiting the Graphic 45 Blog Today.” ~ Sandra D 


Graphic 45 Supplies:

12x12 Princess Paper Pad (retired)

8x8 Princess Paper Pad 

Matte Pearl Gems 

Architecture Washi Tape  Gloss Gold 

Rose Bouquet Collection Classic Ivory & Natural Linen


Other Products:

White Card Stock


Die cutting Machine

StampsbyMe Debossed Circles Dies

StampsbyMe Foliage Die   Tied with a Bow 






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Get started on your Holiday crafting with G45.  To kick start your crafting we have our Twelve Days of Christmas - Deluxe Collector's Edition and Red Mixed Media Album marked at 25% off for a limited time.  Valid from Thursday, October 29th until the end of day Friday, November 6th, 2020.



 Happy Papercrafting!  


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2 Comment(s)

Jan Douglas:
10/30/2020, 01:43:36 PM

OMG, how beautiful! Loved the video, too. I'm really curious about your card base and your use of acetate. I've been a cardmaker for years and your card base is a first for me. I love it. Can't wait to give it a try. I actually have the same papers. I also have the XL dies that aren't available any longer. So, I'm set to go. Thanks for presenting something new and unique.

10/30/2020, 03:32:55 PM

Beautiful...I am really liking the whole style of the is really an eye-catcher!! Thank you for sharing your lovely work!!

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