Monday, August 18, 2014

My first Make it Monday!

Did you see Make it Monday over on Nichole's blog today? Oh my! It's my first time making a video for the weekly challenge.  Just a tad bit of nerves but I am excited to share and I hope you are inspired! (ps...i talk with my hands.  a lot)  :)



Here is the finished product...

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I can't wait to see what you create!  Thanks for stopping in today!




Supplies:

Stamps: Grand Ampersand
Paper: PTI Soft Stone, Pure Poppy, Vellum and Stampers Select White
Ink: Versamark
Misc: Grand Ampersand Dies, Heart Prints Dies, Tag Sale #5

54 comments:

  1. Awesome first PTI MIM video Laurie. Slowly but surely I am moving things from my kitchen into my craft room. I love Press n' Seal and this technique is brilliant!

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  2. I've seen the video and you did awesome! Great way to use this Press n' Seal.Another thing we are not able to get here in Germany,to bad! But still,thank you for showing! Can't wait to see more videos from you!
    Wonderful card!!

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  3. This is fantastic. Amazing job on your first MIM video. Loved hearing your voice. Your tip is amazing, and I love that you were short and to the point.

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  4. Good job with the video. Great tip. I wandered how you got the strips all lined up so evenly.

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  5. Awesome MIM video! You did great! I love all of your ideas and tips! So helpful! I can't wait to try this! Love your cards too! Thank you!!!!

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  6. Wow... an amazing MIM video! Love the feature card, and the other samples too. Brilliant use for press n' seal!!

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  7. YAY congrats on your first MIM video, you did an awesome job...course I KNEW you would!!

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  8. Great video Laurie and wonderful technique with the use of the Press n Seal. I love the wooden dots could you give the source for them?

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  9. Did you take stock out in Press N Seal? Hope they reward you for putting sales through the roof! I'm running out to get some right now. What a fantastic tip!

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  10. What a great tip! Love that Press and Seal!

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  11. Great card and great video. Press 'N Seal? Great Idea! Loved it!

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  12. Super job on your first MIM video, Laurie, and I love your card. Totally understood how you used Press & Seal and am anxious to try it myself. TFS!

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  13. Great video! I am off to buy some Press'n Seal...fantastic tip!!!! Your cards are always beautifully done.

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  14. Very clever way of transferring over the cuts!!

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  15. Your video was great and your card is, of course, gorgeous! I've got Press and Seal on my list!

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  16. So crisp and fresh...love it!

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  17. Congrats on your first MIM video - can't wait to see more! LOVE the technique today. PressN Seal for holding the diecut together is genius !

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  18. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing that tip! And your card is lovely.

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  19. Awesome, Laurie! Press and Seal is on the grocery list!

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  20. Hi Laurie!! I love what you did with those dies!! So very clever to use press n seal to get everything lined up even. Thanks for sharing. Your video was great!!!

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  21. wow Laurie great first video.. you have taught a lot of crafters a fun way to use those dies.. that is awesome.. love your card..

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  22. Such a great use for Press and Seal! Love your cards, too!

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  23. Very pretty, Laurie! Great ideas, too!

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  24. Great job on the video. Thanks for 5 he tip on the Press & Seal. I recently bought a 3-pack @ Costco and wondered if I'd ever use it all. Now I imagine I'll be purchasing another pack soon.

    I also want to compliment your color choices on the card. It looks like a pale grey base and the slight but not overly contrast with white is so sleek and fresh looking. Can't wait to see your next video :)

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  25. Awesome video!! Love that technique, Laurie!

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  26. Yay for your inaugural MIM! Such a cool card!

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  27. Oh, and the Press and Seal is a fantastic idea, too! Thanks for sharing that!

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  28. Great video, especially for the first time! Speaking a little louder might help (or else it's my computer). The Press & Seal idea is awesome and will definitely come in handy for future projects. Glad you had the pieces prepared ahead of time to keep the video short and to the point. Great ideas!

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  29. Great first video and I love that you talk with your hands!!! What a wonderful card and such an awesome idea with the Press n Seal. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  30. Oh my gosh - you did a great job!! And what a brilliant idea to use Press N Seal - never would have thought of using that, but it's GENIUS! Can't wait to see your next video!! ;-)

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  31. Wow this is amazing I have never heard of this product probably won't be able to get it here in the netherlands. I really love your card.

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  32. Beautiful card - love the simplicity of it but yet so eye-catching. Gotta say the Press N Seal is genius. I have some and I am going to give it a try - that is so much simpler than trying to evenly line up the pattern. Thank you sharing this great tip!

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  33. Not only is this card so pretty but your press and. Seal trick is awesome!

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  34. WOOT! This is an awesome video and card. Great tips and tricks with the Press N Seal. Just picked me up some yesterday to try this out. :)

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  35. SO SMART! I need to try this. Thanks!

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  36. You are a genius!!@!! Every one of these cards is adorable and fresh and clean... I love your style, Laurie =]
    M

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  37. You are too clever, Laurie! Great technique!

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  38. Congrats on your first video, Laurie! Truly awesome with the Press N' Seal!

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  39. Amazing video, Laurie! And... VERY clever! You are now a ROCK STAR!!!
    Thank you for sharing this awesome technique!
    Susan

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  40. Awesome first video Laurie!!! Congrats! Great idea with the Press and Seal! Looking forward to many more!!

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  41. Great first video! Keep em com in! This is like transfer tape.......let's see how long it takes for one of our die making companies to come out with their version now.....you should collect royalties! Great job.

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  42. Such a pretty card!!! <3 And your video was perfect! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  43. What a great MIM!!! You are so smart, such a great little tip, i love it!!!

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  44. Awesome!!! What a clever CAS card!!!

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  45. Great job on your first Make It Monday. I see people playing along all over blogland!

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  46. So simple and so cool. Thanks so much for this share. Its awesome!!!

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  47. Whoo Hooo - FABULOUS MIM! HAve already been to the shop for some Press & Seal :)

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  48. The Press N' Seal Idea is Brilliant! I'm using this technique on all of my die cut projects :)

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  49. That's a pretty clever technique. Thanks for sharing!

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  50. Thanks for the inspiration, I CASEd your project :)
    http://homemadecardsbyerin.blogspot.com/2014/12/warm-wishes.html

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  51. I love it! I had never seen use this and I will try and find it in Spain so I can try it! Thanks for sharing

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  52. This is waaay cool. Thank you for sharing!

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  53. Wow....this is ABSOLUTELY genius!!! Thanks for sharing this tip!!

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I appreciate all of your comments! Thank you for taking the time to stop in!

 
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