Thursday, January 03, 2013

Episode 326 - Relief Society Invitations

Hello Everyone!

Can you believe I made another video already?  I was working on some invitations for church tonight and thought I might as well make a video of them for you!  Hope you enjoy!!

33 comments:

  1. Love the video, please keep them coming! I've been watching u for over a year and ur my inspiration.

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  2. Your videos don't just help paper cutters, I don't scrap book or make many cards. This technique ...the versa mark pad. If I use that on glass and then sprinkle glass enamels over I get the stamped image.. Fire in a kiln at 1700 and wala

    Thank you
    SimmerGlassWorks

    shereen

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  3. Thanks for that great video. It´s a nice technique !

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  4. Great video. Thank you for sharing that technique.

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  5. Fabulous - I wonder if you could use glossy photo paper for this technique - hmm will have to give it a go. TFS for great video.

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  6. LOVE the invitation! Awesome technique I have never seen that before...thanks for sharing!

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  7. Very nice! Love different techniques. Will have to try that one. love using Glossy paper. Hope all goes well with the event.
    Happy crafting!
    Dee B

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  8. Super fun technique so need to try that and get the tools to do so.

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  9. What a cute invitation. Love your nails. Your daughter did a Fantastic Job! Smooches...

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  10. I love it! You are so talented!

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  11. Just love the video, the card was beautiful. Keep them coming!

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  12. Beautiful invitation! I'm loving that technique! Thanks Robyn!

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  13. I love this technique. I happen to have some SU glossy paper and vellum so plan to make some Valentine cards using your method. Oh how fun this is going to be. I learn so much from your videos and welcome your return.

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  14. I have missed your videos. They are so helpful. QUESTION: Where did you get the plastic case to store stamps?????

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  15. Love love love this technique Robyn -- I had no idea we could do this. I must try it. Thanks for the inspiration and Happy New Year to you my friend.

    xo,
    Tracy

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  16. Love how they turned out! It looks so easy to do!

    Amy V

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  17. yay another vid!!!! I love watching you do your thing!!!

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  18. Robyn...You are a gift...Thankful for you. God Bless...

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  19. I was so amazed with the technique. Now I am having a hard time what items to get. I'm on a tight budget and looking for starter items. :)

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  20. Thanks for the video,love it!

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  21. You know I may have seen this resist technique before but not sure. How simple and what a great look. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy life to teach yet another idea.

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  22. Great video - so nice to be reminded of those techniques. I have used it before but had completely forgot about it. Thanks for the reminder!

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  23. Awesome! I sorta forgot about that technique! So happy you reminded us!!!!! Can't wait to try it again!
    Miranda :)
    www.nanasscrapspot.com

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  24. What a fun card to make. Thanks for sharing!

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  25. I like the technique you used.

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  26. robin, love your nails! and the tutorial..thanks for sharing.

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  27. Great video ! Going to have to try that :) Thanks so much !

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  28. How cool !! Awesome technique ,thanks so much for sharing !! And your daughter did an awesome job on your nails !! They are too cute !!
    HUGS,JANIE

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  29. Love the technique. Glad to have you been sharing your wonderful creative ideas.
    Margaret

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  30. very cool Robyn! I need to try this out!

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  31. OMGosh those are some COOL looking fingernails-- great vido thank you.

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  32. Could this be done with photo paper?

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