January 31, 2018

True Gentleman Suite & Facebook Live Friday Folds Class!




I'm so happy to announce to you that I now have two new events going on for my Debbie's Designs business Facebook page. Last Friday, I debuted with my first Friday Folds Live Facebook Class and this upcoming Tuesday, February 6th, I will be hosting my first Tuesday Techniquees Live Facebook Class . I will be doing my Friday Folds Live Classes on the last Friday of each month and for the Tuesday Techniques, those will be hold on the first Tuesday of each month. For my first class, I showed everyone how to create this Double-Z Card Fold:



The photo below shows the two pieces when open, that form the double-z:


And a view from above:


I used the True Gentleman Suite of products for my card. The suite includes:

  • Truly Tailored stamp set
  • True Gentleman Buttons
  • Tailored Tag Punch
  • True Gentleman Designer Paper




Once my live Facebook video was over, I added it to YouTube and you can watch it below. If you are not following me on Facebook, here's my page so you can go "like" my page and "follow" me. Make sure when you follow me that you pick the option "see first" and notifications to "on":





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6 comments:

  1. Hi Debbie, I thought this was great card and I can't wait to make one.
    Thanks for sharing.
    :)

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  2. Why would you post a video with so many mistakes? It is confusing for someone who is trying to learn to make the card.
    Marie

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    1. I've had many comments telling me it was great to see that all demonstrators are normal people just like you, and that we do make errors. I was also told that it was great to see how to fix an error without throwing away my hard work.

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  3. Debbie, thank you so much for sharing your talent. I love learning from mistakes too. Because of watching talented demonstrators make mistakes and how to fix them, I do not get as upset at myself when I make a mistake like I used to. I can not imaging the extra stress you are under doing a live feed. Thank you

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    1. Thanks so MUCH for your kind words Francine. People that criticize should try their hand at making videos. It doesn't matter how much time you spend preparing, it's bound to happen that you forget something or mess up. We are all human and it was great reading your message, thank you!

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