Friday, July 19, 2013

How to use your scrap left overs - tutorial- Scrapbook questions answer part 1

Hi everyone.
Had some request on how to use left overs ans scraps, so i made this video where I show some easy and fast examples what you can do with your scrapbook left overs. Will show how to make a frame and decorate it and also a card. Also show some other suggestions of what you can make. Journal,box and configuration box. Using Secret Garden and Steampunk Spells collection from Graphic 45.
Will also show how to use a bow maker

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkA

For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.

Here is the link to the flower tutorial. Start at 15 minutes in the video,

And here is the link to the glue gun helpers, 
http://hotgluegunhelpers.blogspot.com/

Video




Card made from Secret Garden left overs


Will show how to make and measure a frame
Here decorated with Secret garden left overs, laces, cheese cloth, Graphic 45 key and pearl spray


You can also use an old frame and decorate it. Great for gifts :-)
decorated with Secret garden left overs


Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

3 comments:

  1. Hello Anne,
    I found one of your video's a while ago and really like the way you walk us beginners through the project. I have fallen in love with the Secret Garden papers and I know that watching you at work will help me so very much. I need to watch all your video's when time allows. Thank you so much for sharing your skills and helping to make sense of this new craft for me. I am a quilter so a very different area for me but love the mini albums so am hooked well and truly. Thank you again.
    Gillian, Australia

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  2. Great ideas for using up those scraps Anne. Wish I had your nack for fussy cutting. You do such an amazing job. Thanks for the video tutorials, they are so easy to follow and learn from.
    Marcie

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  3. What a fabulous blog you have Anne, with stunning creations that are right up my street. Thank you for sharing these wonderful tutorials

    Have a great weekend

    Annie ( your newest follower)

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