Friday, March 25, 2011

hydrangea video tutorial

Yes, I am back! Sorry for the absence. We went away for a long weekend. And I have been buried under projects, that of course, I can’t share or tell you about yet. :) It always seems to be that way!! :)

Frame

Today I have a video tutorial for you. Remember this project from a few weeks ago? Well, I got so many emails about it, I figured I should get a video tutorial together about how to color with the Fantastix from Tsukineko. Enjoy and I hope it inspires you to give it a try! :)


Here’s a direct link for those that need it: HYDRANGEA COLORING

thanks for always stopping by!!


Supplies: Stamp-Stampendous (Jumbo Hydrangea Cling), Inks-Ranger Distressing (Tumbled Glass, Milled Lavender, Dusty Concord, Peeled Paint), Memento (Tuxedo Black), Fantastix

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10 comments:

wendyp said...

Kimberly, this tutorial is fantastix...i mean Fantastic!!! (lol, couldn't resist the pun) These look like something I'm going to have to add the my supplies!

Taylor U. said...

Oh, wow!!!! Kimberly, this is amazing! I'm adding to my wishlist, and can't wait to try this out!

Wendy said...

This is sooo pretty. I made a picture frame the other day using the Jumbo Cling Thank You set. It is very close to Tammie Wilson's. I will have to upload it. Yours is BEAUTIFUL!!! Great job and thanks for the video!

Diane said...

Great tutorial...you make it look so easy and fun...just have to find the rounded end ones and I am good to go...thank you!!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I loved this frame,

AJ said...

wow- I LOVE that image!! it's AWESOME!!! and I have never played with those fantastix- may have to cave and get some! you rock girl!! :)

Krissy said...

this is GORGEOUS!!!!!!! I can't wait until the kiddos go to bed, so I can watch your tutorial!

Kim said...

Love it! I learn something new every day! Thank you for the video!

Pam Hornschu said...

Your frame is gorgeous. I love using Fantastix.

W. Rohlfing said...

Loved the look of the distressed ink painting you have achieved! Can't wait to try it out...