Monday, January 27, 2014

Color Blocked Trees Card Video Tutorial

Hello there! I had so much fun making that color blocked card last week, I decided to do another one. This time I used The Northwoods and Vertical Greetings stamp sets, along with a brand new Spellbinders® die template set, A2 Modern Stationary.

Here is a video of the card as I made it. One thing I wish I had done differently is use black ink for the large tree and sentiment, to make them pop out a bit.

EDITED TO ADD - I heard from a reader who is having trouble seeing my videos when using her tablet. I'm going to try to remember to start adding a direct link to the videos at Youtube from now on. I'm hoping anyone having trouble seeing the videos on my blog will be able to see them at Youtube. I hope this helps anyone having trouble and so sorry for the inconvenience. (Thanks Christina for bringing this to my attention!)
Here is the link for today's video - Color Blocked Trees Video

I'll try to be back later this week with a new card. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!


Cheri said...

Another awesome tutorial, Theresa! Thanks so much for sharing your talents. Hugs.

Penny said...

This is beautiful Teresa! Love the blocking look. I really enjoy your videos and blog. I would like your opinion on one of your cards I cased. The sort of orange landscaped sponged card with the pelican, it was a video. I posted it on my blog today. I did mention your name but did not do a link back since I didn't get your permission. I will in the future if that is okay. I am sure I will case again. BTW your landscape cards are amazing! My blog is

Theresa Momber said...

Penny, I love your card and glad you found the video helpful. Your Stampscape cards are beautiful, too! Good luck with the new blog and feel free to link to my blog anytime.

Mrs B said...

Hi Theresa. Simply beautiful : ) Take care.

c.szyba said...

thank you for the video , beautiful card, bye from France

Pattie J. said...

thank you Theresa, for the tutorial, I also like to have the directions, you have been doing, on this site. that way I can find them easier here.
I don't always go to YouTube, but do go here first for tutorials. that way I can read or read directions. ...LOL

Payne Holler Cards said...

so elegant!

Debbie T said...

I'm a big fan of all your work. Thanks for all the time you put into your great videos.