Welcome to the "Stamp-Patty's" Blog !

"Sharing what I love, loving what I do... Let me share what I love with you!!" - Patty Chenail

Email: stampthis2004@yahoo.com Website: http://www.pattychenail.stampinup.net/







Monday, August 20, 2012

Video - Holiday Ornament on Cover of Holiday 2012 catalog!!

Hey everyone!

I am sooooo excited to share this video with you all!  I first want to remind you that I am such an amature!  It is totally obvious in this video!  It is hard to create and video yourself at the same time!  I want to apologize for the camera actually dropping in one spot!  LOL   I apologize also for the length of this video...it was about 19 minutes long!  It was so long in fact that I couldn't upload it to You Tube...so I am not sure this is going to work.  I have spent hours trying to edit this video so that I could get it to within 10 minutes!

For those of you who attended my class on Saturday, you will be so happy to have video instructions to refer to when you make more of these!   Because of all of the steps involved in making the ornament, I that even with the edits you will be able to recreate the ornament  For those of you that could not attend the class, I believe that I have gotten the important aspects in the video.  If you have ANY questions about quantities or dimensions please email me and I will be happy to help out!   Enjoy!






I also wanted to show you a few completed ornaments.  This first one is the one that I created in my video (it is a duplicate of the one on the cover of the Holiday catalog.  The second photo was sent to me by Laurie L., one of my downline divas, who also attended Saturday's class.  She must have gone right home and created this! The third one is from Kim H.  She created hers using Designer Series Paper.  When you use DSP, you can cut 3 layers of framelits at a time!...a real time saver!)



For Laurie's project here is what she sent to me:

"I used Baja Breeze, Primrose Petals on Whisper White.  The medallion is from Snow Festival DSP.  I used some rose tulle I had from another project."




Thanks to both Laurie and Kim for sharing these!
Thanks for watching and I apologize for the rough editing!  I'm still learning!

 ..... Until tomorrow!

3 comments:

  1. Hey Patty! Just had to tell you how much I enjoyed your video!!! Loved the tip about the lolly! Gotta try that!
    See you in a few weeks!!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks for the video! Gorgeous projects!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good job. I have to try one with DSP now.

    ReplyDelete