Saturday, 7 April 2012
Video Tutorial - Cutting Outside of the Box
Hi Best Blogging Buddies...
I've just worked myself up to and done another video tutorial.... this time on cutting outside of the nestability... in response to one or two requests..
It's a bit of a grey day here today, and my OH is at work, so I decided that it was a good time to be in my craft room!!
Hope you like and that it possibly helps someone.. I remember my good friend Christine (the other one) showing me how to do this a long time back now! But that's what it's all about isn't it? Sharing how to do things!
Big Hugs to all and Happy Crafting
Posted by Christine L at 13:22
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Fabulous tutorial Christine, well done and thank you...Not done this for a while and was good to have a reminder.Love your card using Maisie (sorry missed that one),she's adorable, gorgeous card.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a lovely Easter.
Thanks for a fabulous tutorial Christine! This technique is very effective, only tried it a couple of times but should do it some more! Have a lovely Easter. Pami xReplyDelete
Christine, this is a fab. tutorial - I have tried dozens of times to do this technique, and it never seems to work, but after watching your detailed video, I can actually SEE where I have been going wrong.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing. Hugs, Sylvia xx
Brilliant, thanks so much. Will definately have to give this a try.ReplyDelete
FABULOUS tutorial Christine, love your coloring.ReplyDelete
Good tutorial hun - you are wearing the same colour varnish as me at the moment - snap! Have a good Easter...hope postie bought you some nice goodiesReplyDelete
Such a great tute Christine - than you! I am gonna give that a try!!ReplyDelete
Happy Easter sweetie!
Thank you for sharing Christine, you are getting very good at tutorials :o)ReplyDelete
excellent tutorial,thanks for sharing,xReplyDelete
brilliant tut thanks for sharing christine your blog is fab have become a follower tracy xxReplyDelete
Clever you!! Great tutorial.ReplyDelete
Fantastic tutorial, Christine! Thanks for sharing! Enjoy the rest of the long weekend! Hugs Delphine xxReplyDelete
Fabulous tutorial Christine!!ReplyDelete
I have never done this technique because I could never work out how to do it...told you I was thick :)
Might just have a bash myself now.
Can't wait to watch your next video :)
Hugs Elaine xxx
Great tutorial Christine. I was wondering how it was done - thank you! :)xxReplyDelete
fantastic tutorial Christine all I need now is a die cutter lol...Im so pleased your evening below went so well...they were so lucky having you to teach them and the samples are lush cas designsReplyDelete
Thanks for this Christine and a big WELL DONE for your WI meeting.ReplyDelete
Hugs Chris x
Hi Christine, it's me again. which cut and emboss folder was it that you liked, they are three different ones LOL.ReplyDelete
Christine - fab tutorial - well done you!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your comments on my blog I really do appreciate it.
See you soon.
hi Hun this is one,brilliant tutorial sweetie you are so talented,love it,ReplyDelete
bless you to Hun for the lovely comments you left on my blog,so kind,and so much appreciated,hugs Cherylxxxx
Hi Christine, wonderful tutorial - very clear and instructive.ReplyDelete
Hi Christine I got here at last phew..lol you may need to angle your video from the front..nice hands tho..lol well done you..ReplyDelete
smiles tother Christine x
Thanks for a fabby tutorial, Christine! Very clear and easy to understand!ReplyDelete
What a great tutorial Christine :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for you're comment yesterday ...hope you are keeping well ?
Hugs Katy xx
So fun! Don't you just love doing that with the right image! It gives your card an extra wow factor! Great video!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tutorial Christine, really helpful.ReplyDelete
Hope you are well xx