Saturday, August 2, 2008

What should my next video be?

Hi everyone! Ok so now I want to hear from you guys! I want to know what you would like my next video to be about. I am making my August list of videos, so if you give me some good requests I am sure you will see a video on it this month! I've been re-arranging my scrap room, so I'll probly post my next video on Monday or so. Thanks everyone have a great week!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love ur tutorials :) thank you!!
my next video suggestion:
"A day in the Life of.." pick yourself, the baby or honey.." good luck!

Marion said...

Hey that's a good one! I'll put it on my list! Thank you!

Genny said...

I would like to see more videos on scrapbook pages, I love your work. Also more tutorials, like the one where you did the letters. Thanks for all your videos just love them.

Kathy said...

Hey Marion.. Ive been checking out ur videos for a while now.. I would really appreciate it if u shared a video of how to make ur chinese takeout album.. =) i really love that idea..

Marion said...

Hi kathy! I can't do a tutorial on the take out class because we sell kits for it. The kits are $25.00 and include all the embellishments, or you can purchase just the design guide, which is $10.00 and includes all the templates on white card stock. You can't really teach it on a video anyway because you have to use templates and can't make them by measurements. I'm glad you like that project, it seems to be popular!

Marion said...

Genny, thanks for stopping in! I will definitely be doing more 12x12 pages. My next one is going to be from my wedding and I may do that one sooner than later. Also I'm thinking of doing a tutorial on some more embossing techniques and distressing techniques. Thanks!

Tracey said...

Hi Marion, I agree...I'd love to see more techniques on embossing and distressing! Thanks for sharing all of your wonderful ideas with us! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Marion,

I would like to know how long it takes for the paint to dry on the chipboard letters you make.

I have been trying to do your technique but without much success.

Cheryl

Marion said...

Hi Cheryl!

Ok, the paint needs to completely dry it usually only takes about a half hour for the paint that I use, but it really would depend on what paint you are using. The way I test it, is I take a needle and poke it slightly. If it goes through easily it's not dry and if it's hard it is. If you don't want to wait for paint you can use a permanent marker to color the chipboard and then take Zig Memory System 2 way glue pen and color over the chipboard and sprinkle the UTEE over. When the glue is dry it will turn from blue to clear. Also this technique only works with ultra thick embossing enamel, it will not work with regular embossing powder. Make sure you don't over heat, once the UTEE is melted in one area, stay away from that area so that it doesn't start to boil and bubble up. I hope this helps!

msfears said...

I would love to see something about acrylic albums. I am wanting to do one and have purchased one, but I'm afraid to get started because I'm afraid that I'll mess it up. I tried to take a local class, but couldn't get in and I like your demos. Thanks

Marion said...

Sure, I will definitely do and acrylic album video, I'll have to wait a bit on that one, because I want to use all the new stuff from CHA!! So it will most likely be at the end of August or beginning September!