Thursday, 29 November 2012

My first ever video tutorial - wish me luck!

Hello my Crafty Friends!

I thought I'd let you know that I've just uploaded my first ever video tutorial on YouTube...:)). In the tutorial I am playing with my melting pot, clear UTEE and Stampendous ebossing enamels to make some lovely moulded flowers. 

Oh, I am so nervous!!! Please wish me luck and if you dare... click the play button lol ;).

And if you're in Oxford this Saturday - pop in to HobbyCraft as I will be doing a demo with Decopatch papers :).

Big hugs


Netty said...

Terrific video Asia and loving the fab mould you used for the flowers. Thank you for sharing, xx

May said...

Love the video.. Very informative.. you did not look nervous you done a fantastic job!! Love the flowers... Hugs May x x x x

Kimberly S said...

You did a beautiful job on the flowers and on your first video! I'll subscribe when I sign in to YT later too. :) hugs, Kimberly

Claire said...

Oh well done Joanna, fabulous video and those flowers are really beautiful. I'll definitely be giving this one a try
Claire xx

Dots Dabbles said...

Way to go Joanna!!!!!
A great turorial, with great effects...and I really love that silicone flower mould.
Can't wait for the next one! (you were great!)
Dot x

Susan said...

You did a great job with your first video. The flowers are beautiful. Now I have a new way to use my Stampendous enamels. Thanks you for sharing.

Ros Crawford said...

Oh I loved you video ... I've had a melting pot just packed away for ages ... now you've given me a whole new idea to use it ... Thanks so much ... your flowers are stunning!

Ephemera said...

Fabby video, loved those fantastic flowers. Those stampendous enamels look gorgeous. Looking forward to your next tutorial. xx

Paper Profusion said...

Super video tutorial Joanna! Feel like I know you much better now. Very well done. Have a lovely weekend. Nicola x

Lisa S. said...

Thank You! I've put a melting pot on my list for Santa and your video came in the nick of time lol. You did a superb job Joanna and your flowers are absolutely gorgeous. I'm off to buy a ton of embossing and enamel powders. ;-) Have a wonderful weekend.

Janny Jager 't Hooft said...

A very very great tutorial Joanna
The flowers are fantastic.

greetings Janny

Linda R said...

Oh my goodness girly your video was amazing. Those flowers look beautiful. Of course now I want to go out and buy a Melting pot.


Ewelina said...

Sliczny tutorial Asiu! Chcialabym zobaczyc te kwiatuszki blizej (moze na jakims zdjeciu) bo przez youtobe troszeczke obraz sie rozmywa (a wygladaly tak slicznie!). Wszystko mozna bylo zrozumiec bez problemu, pokazalas to w bardzo przystepny sposob. Dziekuje. Bardzo milo sie ogladalo! Nie moge sie doczekac nastepnego filmiku! Pozdrawiam serdecznie.

Ellie Knol said...

You shouldn't have been so nervous! It's gorgeous! Looking forward to a new one! LOL

Chris Patterson said...

Hi Joanna..thanks for your tip..managed to get a flower mould from have just had a go. I've just watched your tutorial again and your mixture seems much runnier than mine did when it went into the mould. I had lots of stringy bits too !! It was as if the mixture was already cooling, so I wondered how long you leave your UTEE to melt before adding your Emboss enamels please? xx

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Hi Chris

What powders did you use to make your 'mixture'? And did you have your melt pot set on the highest temperature setting?

Hugs xx

Chris Patterson said...

Hi Joanna..sorry meant to say I used the Ranger UTEE, and Stampendous Embossing powders and Enamels.I had the temperature at UTEE. I tried it again this afternoon and it was a bit better but I don't get droplets left behind like you did, I keep getting stringy bits ! I also tried pouring the mixture onto my craft mat and using a cookie cutter, but the mixture was already setting so I couldn't press the cutter into it, even though I did it straight away, It seems to take so long to fill even small shapes that it appears to be cooling. I'm wondering if I just happen to have a faulty Meltpot, and its not heating up enough ! xx

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Hmmm.... It does look like your 'mixture' cools down too quickly. I'll have a think how we can sort out this problem so you can make some beautiful flowers! :)

Chris Patterson said...

Thank you Joanna..!!!

Hugs xxx

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