January 18, 2015

New Video Added for the Faux Tile Technique!

Happy Sunday Stamper! I have some great news! I have another new video on YouTube for you. I'm trying to complete one a week for now and am starting to get the hang of it and really enjoy making these for you.
Today we have a technique called the "Faux Tile". Doesn't it really resemble tile you may find in your kitchen or bathroom?

Here's the close-up and if you scroll down, I have the video and the YouTube link for you below. Enjoy!

 
Here's the "Faux Tile Technique" Video:


And listed below is the clickable link to YouTube. I would love it if you left me a comment here or on YouTube as to how you like it. It certainly gives me a push to make more videos! You can suscribe to my channel also so that you receive email notification when I post a new video. And if you want to order the supplies to make this card, the link to my Online Store is listed at the end of my post!
 
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5 comments:

  1. What a pretty technique. Thanks so much for making the video that shows how to do it. I know making them is a lot of work, and I appreciate it. I saved it on my "favorites" so I could have it to watch when I have a chance to sit down to try it. Your blog is so inspirational, as is your creativity. Thanks for allowing all of us to follow ou.

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  2. Very pretty idea. You decorated it so nicely with the stamps and ribbon. Thank you for sharing your wonderful video.

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  3. Debbie, this is really a beautiful technique, very easy to do and the results are gorgeous. I imagine one can use most stamp sets to create all kinds of different looks for the tiles. I love the shading you did on the tile panel, it really gives this card such beautiful dimension.
    Thank you so much for making the video Debbie, you inspire and teach.

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  4. Great technique, great video, thanks! I am amazed at how quickly you make your cards. OMG, it takes me forever to center my layers on the card base, especially the last one I made which was black and white. I hope to start feeling more confident soon like you're feeling about making videos.

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  5. Thank you for sharing this video with us. I love the "tile" look and it seems simple to do. This one I will try. Thanks again.

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