1/30/09

Bella Blossoms Class recipes & Video Tutorial

I held this class last night at my home. Bella Blossom

To see how I made these cards, check out my VERY 1st and VERY amateur video tutorial. Don't mind my sarcasm (if you can catch it) and don't mind the reversed images. I shot this 1st one from my laptop! I am not sure video is my cup of tea.....maybe with some practice! and a video camera would probably help. (I know I am my own WORST critic) Enjoy!




COLORS

Left: Pink Pirouette, dauber Rose red; Ribbon Pretty in Pink

Right: Tangerine Tango, dauber More Mustard; Ribbon: Pumpkin pie


Left: Rose Red, dauber Bravo burgundy; Ribbon Rose red


Right: Lavender lace, dauber Elegant eggplant; Ribbon: elegant eggplant


Left: Baja Blue, dauber Night if Navy; Ribbon: White


Right: So Saffron, dauber More Mustard; Ribbon: very vanilla


I stamped the small flower on the inside of the card and on the envelope using the same sponge dauber technique. We learned how to do this at Convention last July.

for the rest of the Recipe:

Stamps: Bella Blossoms of course, plus All Holidays
Paper: Stampin' Up! small note cards with envelopes, whisper white, so saffron, baja breeze card stock & dsp, tangerine tango, rose red, lovely lilac, pretty in pink, old olive
Ink: noted above
Accessories: ribbon to match noted above, ticket corner punch, old olive marker for the stem. accent and elements tin, top note, baja in color ribbon, jumbo eyelet

20 comments:

chickiez said...

Great tutorial especially it being your first. You did an awesome job explaining it very clearly. I enjoy your blog very much & have learned alot by subscribing to it.
Thanks,
Chickie Z.

Debby said...

I love your cards and I think your video was just fine.

Tricia said...

Great tutorial, Jill. Where are the sentiments from? Did you print them from your computer?

Peggy Maier said...

You did a wonderful job on the video! It was clear & very easy to understand. Beautiful card!!!

for2nately said...

You did a fantastic job! I love that flower! Thanks for sharing!
Hugs,
Elizabeth

Nancy Riley said...

Great job, Jill !!! You're gettin' all fancy! I was trying so hard to pick up on the sarcasm (cuz I love it!) but didn't hear it.

jean said...

Jill
Lovely cards, and beautiful
colors
tfs

Jean

Katrice Faulkner said...

Great tutoral! I hope this is the beginning of many more to come. I love your blog and enjoy all of your ideas.

2stampis2b said...

Great job on your first video! Beautiful cards!

Julia Aston said...

Love your pretty cards! that's a super stamp!

Anonymous said...

Jill....
Great and beautiful job on the cards and video. Can't wait to get the set and make them.
Barbara

Anonymous said...

Don't be so hard on yourself, you did great! (I do the same thing to myself...I can relate) Love the card....now I have to get that set for sure! I check in every day and love your work. Thanks so much for sharing :) Becky

PS. I caught the sarcasm ;)

Maria said...

Nice Cards Jill! I'm going to have to give video a try, too. Someday.

Terry Molineux said...

Jill OMGosh you are too hard on yourself. Your tutorial was great and I am looking forward to your next one. Since I don't live near you, this is the next best THING!!!! TFS!!

Darlene L said...

Great video--I learned something from it so you achieved your goal. The cards are just beautiful, now that set is on my wish list too.

Heidi Michel said...

Jill: Love this card. Now I am going to have to get this set too. I really love the shading and I never thought to do it with a dauber. I use my markers,,,, thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs
Heidi

Frannie said...

Excellent job on your video Jill. I'm very excited to see you doing videos and I hope you will do many more! :)

Rita said...

Fabulous tutorial Jill! Thank you so much and I love this card and stamp set. You did a terrific job for your first video tutorial and I hope to see many, many more!

Kathy said...

Wonderful tutorial! Keep them coming :-) I loved this stamp

PatBowman said...

Jill - I love these cards, but I can't find the Bella Blossoms stamps. Can you point me in the right direction? Tks!

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