Tutorials I wrote for Splitcoaststampers

A2 card box

Accordian Card

Acetate and Tissue

Acrylic Distress

Acrylic Smash

Advent Calendar

Alcohol markers with pencils

Altered Clipboard

Altered Notepad

Baby Wipe Technique

Bleached out Images

Blurred Vision Watercoloring

Borderabilities: Cutting, Embossing, Stenciling

Box Card

Brayered Batik

Buckle Card

Burned Batik

Card Organizer

Chalkboard Technique

Chipboard/Coaster Calendar

Coaster Mini book

Color Wash

Colored Soot Stamping

Corner Bookmark

Cracked Glass

Crayon Resist

Creating Frames with Nestabilities™ dies

Creating Stamps with Stamp !t Kit

Crinkled Chalks

Criss-Cross Cards

Cutting Shapes with Die-namics

Dazzling Diamond Dust

Diamond Fold Card

Diamond Shaped Ornament/Box

Diaper Fold Pouch

Dimensional Flowers

Distressed Edge

Double Embossing

Double Pocket Card

Double Slider Card

Double Z-Fold Card

Drunken Chalks

Dry Debossing

Dry Embossed Borders with Creatopia

Dry Embossing

Easel Card

Embossing Resist

Emerging Color

Explosion box

Faux Cloisonne

Faux Dry Embossing

Faux Leather

Faux Linen

Faux Metal

Faux Mother of Pearls

Faux Postage

Faux Shaving Cream

Faux Silk

Faux Tearing

Five in One Template Box

Flower Soft Bouquet

Flower Soft on Chipboard

Flower Soft Snow Globe Card

Folded Paper Frame

Foxy Oxi

Gate Fold Card

Gel Card

Ghiradelli Box

Ghosting

Glitter Puzzle

Glitter Window

Grid Technique

Grungeboard Bracelet

Hidden Message Slider

Impressabilities -Embossing

Impressabilities – Letterpress

Jacob’s Ladder Book

Joy Fold Card

Kissing

Luminaria

Magic Card

Masking – Basic

Masking – Reverse

Melted Crayon Background

Milk Carton Box

Misting with Markers

Mounting Unmounted Rubber Stamps

One Sheet Box

Paper Cone

Paper Piecing

Paper Piercing

Peak a boo Treat Holder

Pearl Ex – Heated Pearls

Pearl Ex – Luminous Pearls

Pearl Ex – Melted Pearls

Pearl Ex – Painted Pearls

Pearl Ex – Pearly Window

Pearl Ex – Poppin’ Pearls

Peek-a-boo Treat Holder

Personalized Stamps with JustRite Products

Petal Card

Pocket Card

Polished Stone

Pop Up Card

Poppin’ Pastels

Pull Treat Pouch

Punch Around the Page

Rainbow Craft

Reflection Technique

Retiform/Grid Technique

Reverse Spotlighting

Rock ‘n Roll

Rolled Ribbon Flower

Rolling Marble Background

Rubber Cement Resist

Scratch and Sniff

Serigraph

Shaker Card

Shattered Glass with Pearl Ex

Shaving Cream

Side Spring Card

Side Step Card

Shimmery Resist

Slider Card

Smackin’ Acetate

Snowflake Garland

Soot Stamping

Sour Cream Container

Sparkly Stained Glass

Sponged Clouds

Sponging

Spotlight Technique

Spotted Backgrounds

Squash Book

Stained Glass on Vellum

Stained Mosaic

Stair Step Fold

Stamped Acrylic Block Background

Stamping on Velvet

Stamping with Bleach

Star Book

Stitched Ribbon Flower

Stipple Basics

Striped Wipe

Surprise Slider

Suspension card/String Spinner Card

Swing (Flip/Flop) Card

Swinging Z-Fold Card

Tapestry

Tea Bag Holder

Telescoping Card

Tent Card

Tent Topper Card

Texture with Alcohol Markers

The Crafter’s Companion – Creating Bows

The Crafter’s Companion – Creating Boxes

The Crafter’s Companion – Creating Envelopes

The Crafter’s Companion – Dry Embossed Edge

Thumping

Treat Bag Cover

Treat Box

Triangle Box

Triangle Trifold

Trifold Cami Style

Trifold Pocket Card

Tunnel Card

Watercoloring with Watercolor crayons

Wax paper resist

Wet Paper Watercoloring

Wet Watercolor crayons

Wiper Card

Xyron™ Create-a-Sticker

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

25 Responses to “Tutorials I wrote for Splitcoaststampers”

  1. I love your site especially the tutorials. The sample cards are well done and inspiring. I always enjoy viewing your work.

    Thanks,
    Barbara

  2. This site is fabulous! I had never seen it before but I had always seen your name on Splitcoast stampers. Wow, you are awesome! I love all your tutorials. What an inspiration you are.

  3. Beate,

    I just can’t find the measurements for the triangle trifold card. Could you send some info?

    Thank you,
    Mary Jo

  4. Beate,
    Just needed to tell you that I love viewing your work and am thankful that you are so generous in sharing your creativity! I’ve been stamping for a few years and reently joined SU! I just can’t stop going to your tutorials for ideas and inspiration for my workshops. Thank you so much!
    Julie

  5. BEATE ~ I love your tutorials because they are so clear and concise and very easy to read. Thank you for all you do for us.

  6. Your tutorials are the absolute BEST ever!!! Thanks so much for sharing all your knowledge with us!

  7. Hello Beate

    I know at one time you had asked what kind of tutorials we would like to see. Well I have seen on some of the blogs those flag banners (do you know what I am talking about?). I would love to see a tutorial on how to make those. If you dont know what Im talking about, let me know and I will see if I can find one. I saw a really cute Halloween one but can not remember where I saw it.
    Have a great day!!!
    Danita

  8. Beate, what a wonderful resource! My muse got a real creative jolt after viewing your tutorials, and I shall be back for more. Thank you for sharing your creative genius with us!

    I wrote an email (under jhbauer) re: using the triangle fold tutorial in a quilling class in my hometown. I could not find any info about permission for use, or if you even grant permission. Of course I would credit you fully, as well as include your blog address and any other info you would like. Class is on Monday, so I hope to hear from you soon. Otherwise, I will simply list the Splitcoaststampers page for them to access for full tutorial instruction.

    Thank you again!

  9. Hi, Do you know how to make ornaments with cardstock? Or, where I can find out how to? Thank you so much

  10. I recently found your site, especially love the tutorials. Explanation of words that I am just learning about. Card making and stamping are new to me. I can use all the help I can get. Looks like I have lots of reading in front of me. The sample cards are so inspiring. Have a blessed day and thanks for sharing.

    First time to post, I guess I’m #10.

  11. Dear Beate,

    I first found you at Splitcoaststampers and was excited to find your blog. You have done so much for the stamping industry with your lovely art work, tutorials, etc.

    I just wanted to send you a big THANK YOU from my heart. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and keep on stamping!

    Cathy

  12. Beate,

    I have been a fan of your work on SCS. I am a new SU demonstrator and I recently made your treat basket. I posted the pics on my website and credited your instructions. Thank you so much for your generosity. If you don’t mind, I would like to include your website on my blogroll. Thanks.

  13. Hello Beate,

    thank you so much for sharing your beautiful blog. Your tutorials are very interesting. I’ll return often.

  14. I’ve just recently found your blog and love it! Your tutorials are fab. I’m gonna be visiting quite often!

  15. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for providing such a helpful website!! The tutorials are easy to access and are so very helpful to newcomers in the papercrafting interest! Your helpfulness is truely appreciated as I know it takes time and skill to keep everything posted and updated!!

  16. Wow! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful tutorials! I don’t think I’ll ever be in a cardmaking rut again! Your directions are excellent and inspiring!

  17. Beate has a blog? Oh goodness me!! THX Beate! You ARE amazing!!
    (SCS: Cook4uRaynorShine)

  18. hi there. just want to say that your tutorials are awesome. i have been checking out splitcoastscrappers.com and looking in the tutorials and i have printed out a bunch! now that i am looking closer they are all yours! wowzer!!! you are awesome possome :D

    thank you so much for all of your hard work and time that you have put forward to these tutorials.

    i would have never made a doubleslider card (my fave) with out you!!!!

    sending Super sized hugs your way

    thank you thank you
    sam:D

  19. Thank you for all the information that you have shared with all of us! Did you ever produce a tutorial for your “It’s about time, it’s your birthday” card? Jen Balcer mentioned it on the Splitcoaststampers forum. If you have one, what did you call it?

    Thank you again,
    Sam

  20. I love your creations… learning a lot from all these tutorials… Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

  21. Beate:

    Wondering if you know how to make a cover/case/pouch whatever, for a purse sized tissue pack??

    I would really appreciated your help…

    Sharon

  22. I am looking for Kitty Kraft’s blog! Can someone please help me? I just changed my email and she got lost in the shuffle! Thanks, Sandy

  23. I love this website. Lots of great ideas and techniques.

  24. i like your bags boxes cards and more over your tools so i want tools also i want to learn all these things how can i do this help me

  25. Beate I love all your tutorials. I have learned so much from watching them. Thank you so much for taking the time to set all these tutorials up. Its appreciated so much.

  26. Great article, totally what I needed.

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