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Weekly Video Tutorial #1 - Woodgrain Background

So finally I tried doing a video tutorial, and it isn't a professional one (Proof: DH laughs every time he opens up my video :D ) Its the first one and I was nervous, so please over look anything/everything you don't like in the video :D


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Skipping Stones Designs(Grunge);ink: Jenni Bowlin(Brown Sugar), Unity Stamp Co.(Raw Sienna);embellishments: Studio Calico Die Cut Alphabets, Hobby Ideas Butterfly rub-ons

I am in love with those Studio Calico Alphabet Stickers, and now I am thinking why I didn't use them before. :) I used the sketch at Skipping Stones Challenge#91. I loved Teri's sketches past month and this is the last one from her *sob,sob*. I was also inspired by the CAS-ual Friday's Challenge#17 - stuck on you to use ru
b-ons and stickers.

And here is the video, let me know how I did. I know a lot of improvement areas there and will work on them.I promise.


And yes, no more woodgrain background cards for sometime. DH is bored of looking at the woodgrain background whole week long :)

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Very nice take on this week's sketch! Thanks for playing with us again at Skipping Stones Design.

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  2. awesome card.. loved this background in all ur cards.. thanks for sharing such simple and nice tutorial...

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  3. The wood grain and these butterflies go beautifully together!

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  4. Beautiful work!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!
    Laura

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  5. hi ujjwal :)
    thanks a ton for the tutorial...its fab :)
    I guess its time for me to own a woodgrain background stamp.. I'am sooo in love with it! <3

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  6. The tutorial is very good!..keep them coming and thanks for sharing..

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  7. Awesome idea!.. Thanks for the video!.. Its awesome! :)

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  8. Wow, now this is an amazing card, I love the colors you've used! Thanks for playing at the sketch challenge for Skipping Stones Design this week!

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  9. Wow..awesome card.

    http://www.paintingsonline.blogspot.com/

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  10. Awesome card and tutorial and that woodgrain stamp is on my wishlist now and i am going to pester you to get me one

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  11. Gorgeous card! LOVE how you used that wood grain stamp! Thanks for playing along in this weeks Skipping Stones Design challenge!

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  12. Woaahhh.. Thanks for the video.. The woodgrain stamping looks awesome.. thanks for haring ujjwal...!!

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  13. THIS is awesome!! Thanks so much for taking the time to play along with Skipping Stones Design!!!

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  14. This is absolutely stunning! Beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at SSD!

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  15. Gorgeous card! I love the woodgrain and can't wait to try this out! Love your take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at SSD!

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