I thought you all might like a video tutorial showing how to assemble Rubbernecker Old Truck die cuts! Part One of Four Posts!
When I made the cards that you will see below for this post I realized that there were some fun PRO TIPS I could share for how to assemble Rubbernecker Old Truck die cuts. I have finally been able to make the time to put these two video tutorials together – one for the Old Truck Front set and one for the Old Truck Back set.
Here are a few Pro Tips to help when assembling the truck parts.
- Rolled up strings of double stick tape are not quite as thick as mounting tape and will add just the right amount of dimension to certain parts of a project.
- Using mounting tape will add the perfect amount of dimension to the more prominent parts of the truck.
- There is really no wrong or right way to create the trucks. You can assemble all the pieces with adhesive instead of popping them up if you prefer a flatter truck for mailing your card.
Here are the things I used from the Rubbernecker store in the videos (be sure to scroll down for some additional scoop!):
Now if you are happy to have learned how to assemble Rubbernecker old truck die cuts today, you will want to come back for three more posts in my four part series showing you how to make a jaw dropping handmade double sided open frame card. It’s truly amazing, will completely impress anyone who gets to lay eyes on it and it’s SUPER fun to make! Check back!