Monday 17 November 2008

Video Tutorial - Santa Ornament Card!

I've had a few email requests asking questions about exactly how I made the card I posted here yesterday, so I've made a video tutorial for it. It's a bit rough and ready, 'cos I did it in a hurry, but hopefully you'll get the general idea!

What you need:

Distress Ink pads in Fired Brick, Broken China and Faded Jeans
Versamark ink pad
Black waterproof ink pad (Archival, Staz-on or Versafine)
Santa rubber stamp (I used the "A letter to Santa" set by Stampers Anonymous)
Paint-splatter stamp (or you could use a snowflakes stamp)
An ink blending tool and foam pads
An ornament-shaped or round card blank
Post-it notes
Scrap paper
Water brush (or regular artist's brush and water)
Green watercolour pens
Red Stickles glitter glue
White embossing powder
Heat tool
Non-stick craft mat
A dry artist's paintbrush


Jennie -The Artistic Stamper said...

Lovely clear vid, thank you

Char said...

Thank you for the fabulous tutorial. Always learn something. Great job.

Anonymous said...

Great tutorial. Awesome work as usual. TFS.


Brian K said...

Awesome vid Dan! Now if I could just find that nice big stamp for the snow! I have a little one that takes a bit to use. Thanks again great tutorial!

Anonymous said...

Dan you make the best video tutorials! Whenever I watch your videos I can't wait to try your techniques for myself. Thank you so much for putting the time and effort into making them! The Santa card is just beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Another excellent tutorial Dan, thank you.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely card :) Thanks for sharing.


Anonymous said...

Thanks Dan, for another great tutorial!


Hels Sheridan said...

Another fabby tutorial Dan - love that new stamp....neeeeed it!!! Hugs xx

mel m. m. mccarthy said...

Great video tutorial. Love the effect you got. Gorgeous! :O)

Craft is a Blessing said...

Lovely Dan. Easy to follow video, really appreciate your work and time.

Jen said...

Utterly inspiring! Thanks for sharing that Dan. Great video tutorial.

Brenda Heisler said...

Thank you Dan. One of the best tutorials on this subject I've seen, and I've seen a lot! You and Tim Holtz are my heroes. I love your voice. It's nice and clear and easy to listen to.

Anonymous said...

Great tutorial! Very informative in how well worded and descriptive you were! You know they say that if one knows how to describe what they want really well, then life is just as good as how you describe it :)
Its great for people who feel like time is running against them and then land on your blog and feel like a whole burden was just lifted off of their shoulder.. I admire and respect people who take
time to make it easier for others.. Thanks a bunch! :)

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