Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Faux Wood Grain Tutorial

This is a first for me! A video/tutorial. Now don't go thinking this is some high class production! This is my first time & I have much to learn. I did have a great time with my kids making it. They are very quick to laugh and make fun of me! I guess now I know how they feel since I am always taking their pictures & videos! The little stinkers got me back! As usual my husband thought I was nuts.
Do try to stick it out- I think the end is the best. Yes, I realize that doesn't sound good. Ha-Ha!
Tracey

23 comments:

Tresa Black said...

Great job!

LOL at the dino! You're so funny.

In the words of Kim: said...

Love the end my friend! Cute cards as always! They'd be fools not to have you teach - your artwork is always amazing!

ScrapAddict'sAttic said...

You're a hoot!

Sheila H said...

This is a fantastic technique; thanks so much for sharing. The video was both informative and fun!

Karen Pedersen said...

You are a geek! I love it! I KNOW CTMH will pick you to teach, especially if they watch the end. lol.

prob21 said...

Tracey,

I left something for you on my blog. :)
best,
paulo
http://scale-files.blogspot.com/

scrappysharon said...

This was AWSOME.. btw.. what is that tape glue runner called that you are using that thing is HUGE !! great job !!

Anonymous said...

great job, thanks so much

Sheila Bennett said...

Good job! Love the dinosaur at the end. :)

Tracey Mason's Studio said...

Thank you so much! I do feel the need to tell you about the Dino! That puppet seems to make his way into everything around here! He has been in photos, bday parties, countless videos & more. Not sure how he has the time really. lol

I am also going to post separately about my adhesive runner. I am getting quite a few emails about it and thought to myself, "Self, why not feature it in a separate post?". So myself and I decided to.
Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

I love this!!! Thanks so much for this great technique!!

Beth said...

Very, very cool technique! I loved the video - you did great! I hope you get the chance to teach at convention - I'm gonna be there!!!
Yeah!

Shanna said...

First Loved seeing you and Hearing you , You are my Star Great , I wanted to See More !!!! Keep up the Great work , The End was great And having the Family help !!! And What was the Big Tape ? Make more it was Great seeing what some of the tool are used for . Miss you

Alida Fitz... said...

Too much fun! I love learning new techniques! You've inspired me to try this! Thank you for taking the plunge and sharing!

Joni Parker said...

Great video & technique. TFS with us at Practical Scrappers!

Lorrinda said...

Linked here from your post on the CTMH forum....great video! Informative and entertaining, my favorite kind! I'm now following!
Lorrinda
http://isntthatsweet.blogspot.com

Stampin n da Hood said...

freeeekin funny as all heck!
oh...and great know-how, too!

Tammy said...

I loved it. It's so good to actually hear your voice after all this time!!!! I loved the technique. I don't know if anyone else had this issue but I couldn't see the nail holes, which since Im a very visual person, would like to see them. Im still waiting for your first scrapweekend!!!!!

Michelle Nist said...

Tracey, this is awesome!! I confess I never sit and think about what I can do with toothbrushes & reinkers...but am SO happy that there are people like you who DO think this way.

mE said...

LOVE IT! You are hilarious!

Linda from Vegas said...

Great tutorial! I learned a lot, thanks so much for sharing.

Katy said...

Great tutorial and ARTWORK...LOVE the end!!!

Nadya 's World!!! said...

That was awesome... :) Loved your video!!! :) Too funny and what an awesome technique! I must try doing it... :)
Thanks,
Nadya :)

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