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May 7, 2010

Gypsy video - Episode 23 - Recreating punches

That was an awesome Carnivale by Fittertwit wasn't it!! She did this with just half a mind while the other was worried so just think what she will come up with when she is fully into the project!!!
On Monday we have Beth - makeupgirl217 followed by Sassy, AmySmith and TR. Wowee!!  Then you have to wait next month for the next batch of awesome designer's. If you want to be a designer - I still have a couple of spots so just email me from the contact in this blog.
Meanwhile here is the quick video as promised particularly to Nicolesmith from the Gypsy MB. The link for the written post is http://www.thebugbytes.com/2010/02/recreating-punches.html.


12 comments :

Jamiecrafts said...

this is really great, i wish i had the patients to do something like that. thanks for the tips!

Linda said...

Wow!! Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial. I will definitely be coming back and be watching this one again, and trying this in the very near future.

nikki said...

Thank you Pam! I'll definitely be giving this a try. I love that you said that we don't need to run out and buy stuff that we can try to recreate on our Gs. This coming from the Queen of "running out to buy stuff!" :-*

Dakota Bear said...

As usual you have taught us something new. Thank you!

TR said...

Thank you! I learn so much from you. (hug)

dcravens said...

Very good ideas! I often get stuck when something doesn't weld the way I expect it to. I wish PC would program a layering protocol into the welding feature. Then whatever is on top would be the most important and would receive prominence? Just my thinking.

amylynn said...

Pam....I love this idea! I love how you minipulated the shapes to make it work! Thanks for sharing! Now I want to play! LOL

Kelly M said...

Wow Pam =)),
I would never have thought of making my own punch using lots of different images to form the main one. Great way to think outside the box. Thanks for the tutorial on the Video, it helps a lot just like all your Vids!

Karen said...

Wow...looks very difficult, but you explain it so well. I guess a gypsy is a must have item!

Electra said...

You are unbelieveable! Thanks so much for the idea!

TR said...
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TR said...

Typo.... oops.

You are the clever one! (hug) TR

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