Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Sandpiper Sunset


Hello! Hold onto your hats, I have another video tutorial. YouTube only allows 15 minute videos, unless you upgrade, so I had to do a bit of fast forwarding. I used a few of the new Memento Ink colors, from Tsukineko. Gina has these one order, so stayed tuned!

You can watch it here, or click here to see it on YouTube.  Sorry, I didn't get step by step photos, I was winging it.

Thanks for visiting. I hope you have a wonderful day!

20 comments:

Kathy said...

You know when I first looked at this card I was kind of like, "Meh" but after watching you create it I now see it as a gorgeous masterpiece!! How clever of you to use post its for your horizon and the tree line in the far distance. I'm not an artist but you make me think I might be able to achieve some of what you did on this card today! Amazing!!

naneruth said...

Absolutely lovely and a wonderful video! I was trying to figure out if you are using the sketch markers and the brush tip or the fine point tip on them.

Sue said...

Theresa, thank you so much for your step-by-step instructions to make this gorgeous card. I've followed you forever, and tried my hand at this. Now I see how many mistakes I was making! Thank you for sharing your experience and creativity to make it possible for me to have a real chance to make something as lovely as this!

Anonymous said...

I am thrilled you are putting videos on your site! Love all of you work and stamps. MG

Tami B. said...

Another great video and another beautiful card. Your sponged backgrounds are my favorite technique, they just amaze me and leave me wishing like crazy that I could do them. (I am practicing... a little.)

sandi said...

Love the card and thank you for the video, stunning and beautiful colors.

Margaret said...

So glad you are doing videos on how you achieve your fabulous images. I learn so much more from actually seeing you do your special techniques so thank you so much.
Your creations are absolutely beautiful.

Anonymous said...

As usual you make it look soooo easy! As for your "winging it" awesome job! Wish I could wing it like that. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.... I'm still practicing!

Rosy Newlun said...

I've been practicing, Theresa :) Thanks so much for your tutes and videos!!! I just used Farm Days stamp set and lifted your sponging technique :D gave you credit!!! Mahalo, Rosy
http://welcometomyperiwinklecorner.blogspot.com/

Rosy Newlun said...

PS - Love your details at the feet of the birdie, as well as the little ripples in the water, and the horizon - fabulous!

Rosy Newlun said...

Thanks for your sweet comment, Theresa (on our anniversary card) - I love learning from your techniques :) Hugs, Rosy

Rosy Newlun said...

Oh, I didn't even think or expect that - thank you for your sweet wishes for us! Same to you, every day, not just on anniversaries!!!

Pitchoune said...

thanks so much for this step by step of this lovely card,A+

Lena's Creations said...

Your cards are absolutely beautiful! Thank you for your wonderful tutorials! I've been following your blog for a little while and I've learnt so much from you, and even got the courage to try a landscape card! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations and your knowledge.
Scrappy Hugs,
Lena
www.lenascreations.blogspot.com

Crafty Moni said...

Gorgeous card, I love how you created the backgroud.

Peace, Love, & Cricut Hug's!
Monica L.

Karin said...

after 10 uploaded videos on yt you get the message that you can post longer videos :))

so just make and upload more videos ;)
xoxo
karin

Trena in Naperville said...

Hi Theresa! Great video - you don't need any step out photos! Thank you for sharing how you get your awesome blending effect. Also, I love your new under the sea set! I'm getting that!! I've been getting back into Encaustic painting and your images will make wonderful underwater scenes!

Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

rossi73 said...

I always stalk you site because I am in awe at your talent, and now watching you do it!!! I have to let my 9 year look at it she is a leftie and I have a hard time teaching her!!
So awesome! I love your video, not pretentious and overly perky!!

Joyce Evans Erb said...

So great to actually see you sponge! THANKS!!

AndreaH said...

I know this is an old video but it's still very current in 2017. 5 years ago you did this and as a newbie I have found your video the best at showing "how to do" thing I'd imagine most people now know how to do it. Thankyou so much for this excellent tutorial I'm now a follower of your you tube channel but how do I follow your blog too please ?