Friday, May 11, 2012

Wild About You Video


I finally got that video finished and uploaded. I had to do a lot of clipping to get it under the 15 minute limit. My editing skills are somewhat lacking. Oh, and I sound like a dork. Watch at your own risk.


Have a great day!

25 comments:

Debbie D. said...

Bravo, wonderful job. You are an expert!! I look forward to more video tutorials.So fun to see you playing with all your Spellbinders goodies. You are a wonderful addition to the team.

Dawn said...

I think you did a great job! You did not sound like a dork at all. I've been a fan of yours for a long time but never commenting because I thought my comments seemed dorky. Well, if you can do a video & think your a dork, I'll post my dorky comments. :)

Marsha said...

I absolutely love your Wild About You card making video. I am always in awe of your beautiful cards, your talent is remarkable. All I have to say is..more, more, more!! Would love to see more videos, you did a great job!

Caryn S said...

Thanks for making and posting this video! I always wanted to see your process for doing these inked panels. Even though I love seeing your step by step photos of each project it's always helpful to see you in action (an no you do NOT sound like a dork!). One question though: is there a particular reason that you stamp your silhouette image with Staz-on rather than continuing to use the Memento?

Kary said...

Hi Theresa! Your video was great!! It's awesome to get a peek into how you make your cards. You DO NOT sound like a dork! Thanks so much for sharing your process. Although I may not always comment, but your cards are SO Amazing - every single one!! Have a fabulous weekend!! {hugs}

Vicki Dutcher said...

WTG there Theresa! Well done -- you did NOT sound like a dork! Fabulous job, it is nice to actually SEE how you do your sponging!!

sandyh said...

i loved watching your video and would like to see more! you do not sound dorky at all! i usually get your posts in my email so i don't comment much. but i love seeing your process! you always make the nicest cards!
sandyh

Susan V said...

I have learned SO much from you, you are amazing and Congratulations on your Card Maker publication. I personally think they need to do an entire issue on you and your "art"! Thank you so very much for your work and your beautiful stamps, my cards don't do your stamps justice but I try!

Becky Jo said...

I love your cards and was glad to see you did a video. I loved it and hope you do more of them! I like your voice and see nothing wrong with it. I think we criticize our own work and self more than others. :) Big Hugs!!

Viv said...

I echo everyone's comments! Your video is brilliant! I too love to see a process in action and as I am a huge fan of your sponging techniques, to see them 'live' is just the ticket! DORK?? NO WAY!! (Remember, our voices sound strange to ourselves). More vids pleasae Theresa! xxx

JoanL said...

You do NOT sound like a dork! You have a very nice voice and your talent is awesome! Love your works of art and would also love to see more videos. Thanks for sharing.

Tami B. said...

Thank you so very much for making the video! You did a great job and I finally got to see how you sponge these beautiful backgrounds. I've bought all the supplies now I just need to go practice (a LOT).

Sylvia said...

Great video! I love this card and I must get this stamp set. I've always wondered how to do masking; your sponging techniques make it look easy. I made a Birthday Train card following your tutorial and using your "Happy Camper" and "Life is Good" stamp sets. Your tutorials are great; but your videos and even better. Congratulations on your publication. Thank you for all the inspiration.

Theresa Momber said...

@ Caryn S

Thanks, Caryn. I sometimes use Stazon Jet Black because it is a much darker black than Memeneto Tuxedo Black. I particularly like to use it if my background is already fairly dark. It makes the silhouette images stand out a bit better. :)

Cheryl G said...

Theresa - Thank you so much! I have been working on sponging with mixed results. Your video really helps!

Paulette Still said...

I loved it and I especilly appreciate the thought process out loud. Nobody likes their recorded voice, but you sound great to the audience, so keep filming. Awesome card BTW. ;))) I want these stamps. LOL

Pitchoune said...

thanks so much for this video, your card is so lovely! A+

Sharon Roselli said...

Love your video! you did a great job. You must of really practiced alot. I would never know its your first one.

scrappinmommom said...

What a great card. Love the video and thank you so much for taking the time and sharing your expertise and technique. I have that same stamp set and will definitely try this method. Any reason that you used the Staz-On ink instead of the memento tuxedo black?

Queen Mary said...

Theresa, I agree with those that have gone before me - the video is perfect -- I can't even tell where you edited; you do not sound like a dork -- although I do know we all sound very different on tape than we think we do! I wondered why you didn't just keep the label die cut on to stamp your tree and giraffes, but I'm guessing you used post it type notes because they are thinner and would not distort the stamped image -- is that right? This really is great!

Bobbi Miller said...

AWESOME job on the video! I admire your beautiful work; I've followed you for some time and in every card you show us, I drool a little bit more! It's nice to see how you work. More please! Love your work and this video and the card for sure.

Jan Castle said...

Great card....thank you soooooooooooo much for the video! So helpful!!!!
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Denise M said...

Fabulous video and card. Looking forward to more......and you don't sound like a dork. Denise M

Payne Holler Cards said...

awesome! we always sound weird to ourselves ...you sounded great - confident and clear tutorial!
guess you've sponged a few times huh?
ROFLOL
video is a hit!

Lynn B. said...

This is great! I feel like Oliver in the orphanage in Oliver Twist . . . "More please." It's nice to see that someone else likes to use plenty of pop dots. I can never understand when people don't support the entire image. It makes no sense to me.