Well I am trying to upload my video to Youtube, and it is being a poop, so cross your fingers it happens. I am going to try to upload it directly to my blog, but I don't think I can…no it has to be from Youtube or Vimeo. So I will continue to see what is up…ok, so Vimeo says non-commercial only, and well I am not sure if that is me. So I re-took the video cause I thought well maybe I took it on too good of a strength or something, cause when I watched it, it was so clear and I could really hear my voice. So when I re-took it of course, I messed up a few times, I laid my hand in the embossed stuff, and I was making too much noise, but it is what it is, as MAMMa says.
Right now it is uploading, so I will chatter on a bit, and then stick it in here, and call this post done.
Everyone seemed to enjoy the technique classes this weekend, and were amazed how easy the Faux Metal Tin Ceiling Technique really is. Don't ya love things that are easy? Here is the original card post.
I have added a few more months of classes on my website, so if you are in Arizona hopefully you can take a class or two.
I am gonna hit the hay, and talk with you tomorrow.
Have a great Monday and thanks for stopping in!
Gail Murray says
Wow! That DOES look easy, Diana. Thanks so much for sharing this great technique. I appreciate it! XO
Jacqui Lines says
Wow – that is pretty easy. I love the way it looks when it is all done.
The finger prints in the embossed part….the CSI fans would love that!!
Thanks for the tutorial!
Connie M says
Thank you so much for sharing this! I am excited to try it out!
Thanks so much for the great video, I tried the technique already and I love it.
Tammy Howell says
Great video and project. Can't wait to try this!
Kadie Labadie says
Di – how amazing is this technique! Going to have to try this one.
Did you hear my "OH NO" when you touched the embossed CS during your video? I didn't know that if you just reheat that section-it would take away the finger prints….Amazing how you BOO-BOO's help to teach us! (Guess that's why I LOVE YOUR BLOG, Well-that and your a fellow Arizona Stamper helps too!) Thanks for sharing. Kadie in Arizona
Hey, Di! I read your feed every day, but haven't left any love in a while – sorry about that!
Great tutorial, GF! You know for about $4 you can go to Lowe's or The Home Depot & pick up a roll of a/c foil duct tape. It has an adhesive back & you can punch out your squares then emboss them, & just stick 'em down without all the extra steps. I've been doing now it for almost a year like that. It's so easy & a real time saver!
I watched this on PCP, thanks for sharing. I love your card! Take care, ~Diane
Very cool Di…can't wait to give this a try!
Wanda Williams says
Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial. You DEFINITELY rock!!! I'm off to give it a try!
Great tutorial I can't wait to give it a try, I am always looking for something alittle bit different and this is it! Thanks again, have a great day!
Connie Smith says
thanks so much for doing the tutorial!! I would have thought it was done differently. Glad you shared!! Connie.in NM
Thanks for this tutorial, I love the card! I'm glad you boo-booed and had to reheat the embossing powder because I didn't know you could do that – so it was basically two lessons in one!!
Oh wow that is so cool, thanks so much for sharing the video!
Thank you for sharing I'm going to do it with my card class next week! They will love it!I'll be sure to give you credit!
Neat and to think I was going to save some tin to emboss! I can't wait to try this for my daughter's BD card. Her BD is in July. TFS!!