my first video tutorial!

Hello friends!  Today I am sharing another card with the “Out Of The Box With Nestabilities” technique.  

This time I have a little video for you (It’s for today’s SCS tutorial).  This is my first one so please excuse the fact that it’s far from professionally done!  ha!  When Beate first asked me to make the video I think I went into a bit of panic mode…but in the end it was kinda fun.  lol.

Here’s the card I made…I used my Time For Cake stamp set. 


And here’s the video…like I said, it is my first one so please check out the picture tutorial on Splitcoast as well.  A link can be found in the resources section as well as in today’s Weekly Inkling newsletter.  The Weekly Inkling is a free e-mail, so be sure to sign up for that on the SCS homepage if you haven’t already!

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card recipe:

stamps- Time For Cake by Cookie Crumbs; paper- Going Gray, Black, Saffron, White, DCWV Blossoms & Butterflies; ink- Memento Black; accessories- Labels 9 Nestabilities, SU! Photo Corner punch, brads, square punch.

12 responses to “my first video tutorial!

  1. Wahooooo!!!!! Great job girl! I am impressed, and to think I knew you before you were a movie star!!! Haa haa 🙂

  2. Great job Diane! It’s so nice to have a video seeing as we can’t get together much. See ya soon in Buffalo!

  3. You are brave! Great job!!

  4. Diane! You did such a Fabulous job on your Video tutorial… The picture tutorial is REALLY clear and so easy to follow as well.. Way to ROCK your first tutorial.. Congrats on the chance to share it on Splitcoast!

    I had a great time visiting your blog today.. What beautiful projects.. I will be checking in again..


  5. Wonderful tutorial, Diane! I’ve seen this technique around on blogs, but never have tried. I’m going to have to try it now! All your tips will make it so easy.

  6. Great tutorial, Diane! I have seen this technique around on blogs, but I’ve never tried it. I’m going to have to try it now! Thanks for all the great tips! (Sorry if this posts twice as I’m not sure if my first comment went through or not.)

  7. beautifully done diane. and leave it to you to mention “you could trace cookiecutters” !
    now that i have a visual i will give this a try.
    as michele said-see you in buffalo! gayla/snowcountry311

  8. I liked the video, it was very clear, well presented and most of all, very easy to follow. Thanks,. I must try this tomorrow

  9. sandie carter

    Great tutorial. I always wondered how that was done and now I know. Thanks heaps for sharing.

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  12. Thanks so much for this tutorial, now I can give that a go!!!Thanks again!!!Trish

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