Sometimes I may use a term, or an abbreviation, with which you are unfamiliar. Here is a list of some things I thought might come in handy.
CASE –Copy And Share Everything, or Copy And Selectively Edit
CAS – Clean And Simple
DSP – Designer Series Paper – the patterned papers offered by Stampin’ Up!
CS – Card Stock
Embossing – a process to create a raised design on paper.
Dry embossing – creating a raised design by pressing into the paper with something such as a stylus or embossing folder.
Heat embossing – creating a raised design by melting embossing powder on the paper.
Rule of Thirds – a guideline which applies to the composition of visual images. See my post about it here.
TIEF – Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Bundle – Stampin’ Up! offers coordinating products at a discount
Stamping Off – Inking a stamp, then stamping on a scratch piece of paper before stamping on your project. This gives lighter ink coverage on your project.