August 16, 2010

New Product Sneak Peek!


Well, I'm hoping that this video will be an improvement over the first one that I did months ago.  I really wanted to share some of the products from the upcoming Holiday Mini with you, and what better way than a video where you can really see what they look like!  This quick and easy 3x3 card showcases some fabulous new "must haves".  Hope you enjoy!


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24 comments:

Sabriena Satchwell An Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator said...

You are way to freakin' cute! And oh my goodness I LOVE the double mounted punch technique - very genius! :-)

Kristyne said...

Great Video Ange. You MUST tell me how the heck to do that. I am so behind the times! lol

xoxoxo

Kris

Christyne (aka Apple Blossom) said...

Absolutely FANTASTIC!!! Thanks SO much for your fab tutorial on double mounted the punched image.

Patty Bennett said...

faaaaaaaaabulous tips and great video Angela!! Thanks!!! Cute Cute project! Patty

Andrea said...

Great job on your video. I love how you used the punch to double mount.....great idea. Wasn't going to get the glass glitter, but you changed my mind.
TFS.

Anita said...

Great video! Thanks!

Marie said...

Thanks so much for doing this video tutorial on how to do the double mounted punch technique. I LOVE IT!
I have never seen this "in action" before - although I did wonder how others were getting that matted look....
Anyway your video was great and easy to follow. You have such a clear voice and your tempo is perfect. I don't think I would have been able to follow written instructions on this.
Now I'm off to order that punch and some glass glitter!
Thanks again!

Carol Matthews said...

Cool! Thanks so much for sharing the layering technique, and your card is gorgeous!!

Liane Peden said...

Great looking card. Love the glitter, wasn't on my list before, but now is!
I love the idea for creating a mat for that punch. I am glad I found your site!

whistlerstamper said...

thats was awesome technique Ange!! Thank you for sharing that!!!

Shanda Stirk said...

Marvelous Video on a great technique! Thanks for sharing that - so fabulous!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful video. I didn't go to convention so I didn't even realize there was a new chunky glitter in the catalog. Loved how you used it.

Jeanette said...

Cute project indeed. But the video doesn't show much of the work you are doing. I see the ribbon and snail adhesive all the time but the actual work you are doing is in the air and above the camera viewing area and not able to be seen until it is done and on the paper. Listening is great but seeing while listening is a better way for most to learn. I appreciate the effort but I need the visual too. I have never made a video so I don't know the difficulties.

Cheryl said...

Great tutorial on making the mat - I made a card using this punch last week and cut the mat by hand - your method is SO much faster and more precise! Thanks for sharing.

Susan Carlson said...

Found this video via Patty Bennett's blog. Too cute! Thanks for sharing.

cheryl said...

Super Cool Technique and great video. Thanks Angela for a wonderful new way to use my punch. Love your project.

Peggie Sue said...

Brilliant! Thanks! Can't wait for the mini now!

njburk said...

Thanks for sharing this wondefull tech--I will definately case it for one of my upcoming club projects! wonderful!

Dawn said...

YOU ROCK!!! I NEVER would have thought of that!

Liz Goldhawk said...

Thanks so much for this video! I tried it (for my Try it Thursday post) and love the way it looks!

Nada said...

Can I just tell you that you are BRILLIANT! I found your blog through creationsbypatti and I think you rock! The matting technique for the new label punch is just AMAZING! Thank you so much for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

Nancy

Tammy Clarke said...

I have layered this punch often since I've seen your video. I put a tutorial on my blog for this, and wanted you to know that I did that and tell you I linked the original idea back to you. Always give credit where credit is due! Thank you for sharing this.

Annette said...

Thanks for the great tutorial on preparing a mat for the Decorative Label Punch. I have been trying for ages to perfect this technique.