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October 13, 2009

Gypsy Episode 3 - Welding - Rotating and Grouping

Woke up, sent my kids to school and then loaded these videos on YouTube. I used a new editing software. Yet another learning curve ....... Oh! but what fun I had playing with it . Vying for competition with my gypsy.
So here are   a couple of shots of the project I made with it - a scrapbook layout .
I welded the words hoot to the owl and also the owl to a frame. Inked the edges to pop out the elements.
For the brown owl I used white marker to outline and for the frame and paper I inked with distress linen and antique ink to match my page. Then just glued it all up and added some brads. All it needs is a picture and it can then go into my scrapbook.








And here are the videos

Gypsy Episode 3 - Part 1


Gypsy Episode 3 - Part 2












3 comments :

Connie Jo said...

Thank you for all of your hard work and instruction. You are the 1st one I have heard that has talked about the numbers positive and negative to the design. You explained it wonderfully and it made alot of sense. You did a wonderful job. I can't wait to design tomorrow.

Connie
Scrappinstories (cricut MB)
Topeka, KS

Gingerbread Girl said...

Goodness, this is advanced, but I am getting it in my mind after watching a couple of times...LOL! You are so smart and I am appreciative of your videos!Hugz- Joyce

Catinks'it said...

Thank you for putting these videos together. They are very helpful and you are good at explaining each step.
So appreciated!

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