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March 21, 2015

Learn to Love Fussy Cutting With Tati Scrap

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We love having the talented Tati Scrap on our team! Her cards and projects are always stunning fussy cutting masterpieces. She creates such stunning 3D scenes with just paper and glue. Today, you'll get to know this fabulous designer just a bit better. Enjoy!


An Interview with Tati Scrap

1. Why do you craft?

Everything began on April 2013 when I found some ilustrations of  Graphic 45 “French Country”. Luckyly I got them in the USA cause in my country was impossible. In two weeks I received them, then I took my scissors and I did my first pop-up card.

2. What do you feel is your crafting forte?

I love the fussy cutting in minis,cards and altered art.

3. What inspires and motivates you to be creative?

A lot of things, I can see a clock and think how can I put it on a box, or on a piece of wood with lights and butterflies…...

4. What do you do with your projects once they're complete?

I have my blog and use the social media (facebook, instagram). In my house I have a closet to keep some of the projects.


5. What is the funniest craft disaster you've ever had?

Not one at the moment!!!! But be sure that when it happens you will be the first in knowing it...


We love your fussy cutting masterpieces, Tati Scrap! Thanks for talking with us!


Now, Tati Scrap shares a brilliant card using An ABC Primer! This card is just fantastic.

"Love the pop-up cards..and this, with the amazing reedited ABC Primer collection, it´s pure love!!" ~Tati Scrap

Learn how to make this brilliant An ABC Primer card with a tutorial from Tati Scrap #graphic45

Check out How to Make a Pop-Up Card With G45 ABC by Tati Scrap on Snapguide.  

Tati Scrap's Pop-Up Card Snapguide

The 3D magic of this card is just wonderful by Tati Scrap using An ABC Primer! #graphic45

"Hey Diddle Diddle" - a gorgeous ABC Primer card by Tati Scrap. Make it yourself with her tutorial #Graphic45

See the pop-up fun inside this ABC Primer card by Tati Scrap! Love this #graphic45

Oh wow, what a great card! Learn how to make this ABC Primer pop-up card with a tutorial from Tati Scrap #graphic45

An ABC Primer pop-up card by the amazing Tati Scrap! #graphic45


Supply List:

ABC Primer Deluxe Collector's Edition
Stickles: Platinium

See more An ABC Primer projects on our Pinterest board below. The opportunities are endless with this great collection!

Follow Graphic 45®'s board An ABC Primer on Pinterest.

Thanks for joining us today! It was such a joy to get to know Tati Scrap more. Join us tomorrow for more interviews and tutorials!

Happy Papercrafting,

Graphic 45

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Los trabajos de Tati son impresionantes. Me encantan.


What a beautiful card, the recipient is very fortunate to receive it!

Fab - love all Tati's makes xx

Very nice and so detailed. Thx for sharing

So cute, I admire those who have patience for fussy cutting ! I di use the technique every now and then !! :)

So nice to see how this card was made. Lovely project! G45 and fussy cutting belong together!

That is so adorable! Thanks for sharing Tati Scrap!

Each of your designers is so creative and talented in his or her own way! I really enjoy visiting your blog to see what new things have been made. And the papers are all so beautiful, they add so much to the designs!

Love the cute pop-up card! Tati Scrap's projects are all very creative and inspiring.

LOVE this adorable pop up book! TFS!

My favorite! Ms. Tati! So unique!

Just awesome Tati. Your cutting is so perfect and your projects are really lovely and inspiring!
I love reading your blogs and the Graphic 45 paper pads are so amazing. I have just discovered them and am crazy about them, huh! The Steampunk style is great! Love all the G45 papers!!

great projects, cant wait to see who wins this collection

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