Okay...the remote shutter release for my iPhone works flawlessly, YAY! Unfortunately, the picture quality is lacking, BOO! I don't know why, but I got light and dark lines through every one of the photos. I don't know if it's the lighting or what. I will still be doing step-by-step tutorials, but the photos will be taken by my trusty DSLR camera. I'll reserve the iPhone for videos (if I ever get there, lol).
Sooo, please excuse the picture quality. I fixed it as best I could in Photoshop, so you will still be able to see the steps. As always, you can click on a photo to enlarge it. And without further ado...
Here's the "How To"
Balloon: Night of Navy 3" x 4"
Greeting banner/Clouds: Whisper White 3" x 4"
DSP: Carried Away (Sale-A-Bration item) 3-7/8" x 5-1/8"
Mat: Night of Navy 4" x 5-1/4"
Card base: Whisper White Thick 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" scored & folded at 4-1/4"
- Die cut largest balloon from Up & Away Thinlits in the smaller Night of Navy cardstock. Note: Using the Precision Base Plate with intricate Thinlits ensures complete cuts, and the Die Brush helps get rid of the little fiddly bits.
- Stamp the banner and greeting from Balloon Adventures in Night of Navy ink on the lower half of the Whisper White. Fussy-cut the banner. From remaining cardstock, die cut the largest and smallest cloud.
- Stamp the greeting on the lower right side of the DSP. Adhere to Night of Navy mat and then to card base.
- Adhere balloon to left side of card with small dots of liquid glue.
- Adhere banner over balloon with dimensionals (halved).
- Lightly sponge edges of clouds with Night of Navy ink, and adhere larger cloud to card with liquid glue. Attach smaller cloud with half of a dimensional.
- Stamp sentiment inside.
- Sign it, put it in an addressed envelope, attach a postage stamp, & MAIL IT!