Be Mine Valentine

Just a couple more days until Valentine’s Day and I have a surprise for you today.

It’s a Valentine card project for you with a video tutorial to go with it. Distress Stains and canvas and stamping and die cutting all in one.

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Now this is my first one so please, bear with me while I learn a new skill. Seriously…my hat is off to anyone who does these well and on a regular basis. Very, very challenging and it’s a steep learning curve. I’m going to try and keep working on them as I can squeeze in the time. Maybe it will get easier? A girl can hope!



Thanks for stopping by!

10 responses to “Be Mine Valentine

  1. Great job Julia! At some point in time I hope you’ll talk to us during your videos so we’ll know exactly what you’re doing and how to do it! I hope you’ll share more of these because you have a unique style that I admire!

  2. hats off to you. great job.

  3. Thanks for the video, Julia! Great job and choice of music. Like Shauna, sometime I’d like to hear your voice, but this was a wonderful demo on how you work with the sticky back canvas and create those beautiful layers. I’ve always wondered how you did that. Now I can go did out the canvas and play. Thanks, again; putting the video together looks like a lot of work.

  4. Thank you for this video – I would have NEVER known it was your first. Very helpful to me and very, very well done! Pretty card, too.

  5. Thanks, Julia – great video! Yes, we definitely want to hear your voice, too!
    (when you’re ready. . .)

  6. I think you did a great job on your first video! I like your use of the Distress Stains on the canvas. I had not thought to do that.

  7. Julia this card is gorgeous, thanks so much for the awesome video – I really learned a lot about the distress stains and stamps on the canvas.
    Thanks so much and happy Valentine’s day!

  8. LOVE it! Great music and it was fun to watch someone that really inspires me 🙂 Great little embellies, came together so beautifully! Can’t wait to see more videos from you 🙂

  9. Great video Julia – thanks for the demo using the sticky-back canvas 😉
    I know what you mean about a steep learning curve… I am trying to learn about video tutorials too for my own blog demos. My first (and only one) so far took a lot out of me, haha! I’d love your tips on how you managed to film from above but still managed to shoot ‘the right way up’. I can’t even work out how to set up my tripod in the right place for that!
    Anyway, thanks again for sharing your card. Looking forward to many more, Rx

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