Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Show Me Your Technique...a video tutorial!

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It's Tuesday! And that means that over at My Creative Time, it's time for another

We've have three designers up for today on our mini blog hop.
Jeanne (That's me!)

And...I've got something special, a video tutorial! Now, you have to go easy on me because this is my very first video...ever. :)

My technique today is called the Bouncing Brayer technique.
I've created two cards to using it. It's very easy to do and I love the look it gives a project! I saw this technique on YouTube a while back, so it's not brand new, and I can't take credit for it. It's an oldie, but a goodie!
My first card I made for my oldest son, who is getting ready to test for his blue belt in Kenpo karate here anytime. He's got all the forms and techniques, he just can't test until his instructor says. :)
Supplies:
PaperTrey Ink black and white cardstock
Stampin' Up Glossy white cardstock
My Creative Time Black Belt
My Creative Time Sports Sentiments
My Creative Time My Little Firecracker
My Creative Time Build A Banner
Stampin' Up Pacific Point ink pad
Stampin' Up Notebook edge punch
StazOn Jet Black ink pad

And my second card...
Supplies:
PaperTrey Ink black and white cardstock
Stampin' Up Glossy white cardstock
Stampin' Up Calypso Coral cardstock
My Creative Time Soccer
My Creative Time Sports Sentiments
My Creative Time My Little Firecracker
My Creative Time Build A Banner
Stampin' Up Calypso Coral ink pad
Stampin' Up notebook edge punch
StazOn Jet Black ink pad

I hope you've enjoyed my video and I can't wait to see some projects created using this technique!

49 comments:

Joan Smith said...

What a fun technique and your son's card turned out fantastic...Great job and what a great family story thanks for sharing.

Lady Fair said...

Love this technique, thanks for the video. I wouldn't have known it was your first video, great job.

melllisssa said...

What a fun technique! I've never heard of it before, but I love the effect. Very cute cards and fabulous job on your first video! I never would've guessed it was your first :) Hopefully that means you'll be creating more! Good luck to your son on his belt testing!

Scrapper28.aka.Deb said...

Jeanne that's fantastic! Your video was wonderful, you spoke clearly and explained yourself really well. I'm going to go straight to my local scrapping shop to get a brayer now so I can try this. Thanks so much for sharing!
Deb. xo
mattdeb(dot)mccleary(at)bigpond(dot)com

Brenda said...

This is a new technique for me. Thanks for sharing it. It looks like loads of fun. I'll have to give it a try!

snappy scrappy said...

Great video...I thought you did awesome. This is a fab technique. Your 2 cards are gorgeous with that neat background! Lee-Ann :)

Michelle said...

What an awesome technique! I love the soft bursting look of the ink. Thank you for sharing.

VICTORIA said...

Jeanne you did super for your first video. The card turned out
fantastic!! I like this idea.

Kim H said...

Jeanne ~ OMG!!! You did an AMAZING job on your 1st, and HOPEFULLY, not last video! I have NEVER seen this before! I LOVE the technique and you showed and expalined it PERFECTLY!!!! LOVE both of your cards and I am SURE your son will get his blue belt!!By the way ~ you have a wonderful voice ( so nice to hear it)!!!!! Thanks for teaching me something today! GREAT job!!!!

Leanne said...

I LOVED your video Jeanne!! You can't tell this is your first one you sound just like a PRO!!! Can you believe I have never seen this technique before and I can't wait to try it!! Awesome, awesome job my friend!! Hugs, Leanne

Crafting Katie said...

Jeanne, this is absolutely gorgeous! I love your technique - what a cool effect! I even have an extra brayer I bought for inking - I'll definitely be trying this! Excellent job with your first video too - you have a clear, calm voice. Keep making them!

Cathryn said...

Very cool Jeanne, the results are beautiful! Hugs, Cathryn :)

CathyinMN said...

I haven't seen this technique before! Thanks so much for sharing it; I'm sure I'll be using this in the future. Very nice cards! Great tutorial for your first video tutorial.

Craft Me This said...

Nice idea. I surly will try this.

Danielle Lee said...

I have never heard of this technique before. Thanks so much for sharing it. Way cool! Your cards are beautiful. Great video too! Would have never known it was your first. You did a fantastic job.

Naomi Edwards said...

This is an absolutely amazing technique!!!! So happy I found your blog!!! I seen it on Facebook and had commented that I liked the paper behing the image... little did I know you made it... Fabulous first video and I hope you do many more!!! I am a new follower!

LindaV said...

I love this technique and you did a great job with your video.

liz at liz's paper loft said...

great job jeanne on your first video!!!! and your technique if just FABULOUS!

Brenda said...

Wow, this technique is really cool looking! I will be giving this a try. Love how your cards turned out, so cute! You did awesome for your first video, I think you are a natural! I hope you do more of them in the future!!

Kerry~Momma K said...

Awesome card and technique! You did a great job on your video too.
Kerry

mommakcrafts.blogspot.co,

Niki said...

Great video! I love that technique. You make it look easy. Your cards turned out wonderful.

Niki

Brenda said...

these cards are awesome!!! I like this technique! great job! thanks for sharing

Kim's Kreations said...

Cool effect using this technique. Thank for the video and sharing.
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Crafticakes7 said...

Your cards are awesome!! Its really hard for me to create masculine cards but you showed me that it can be done and done really great too : ) TFS!!~Glo

Viv said...

Wow!! I'd heard of the technique, but the mention of a brayer usually makes me shy away as we don't get on. I WILL be trying this technique though, 'coz it looks do-able thanks to your video showing the way! Thanks for sharing Jeanne. (Would never have guessed it was your first). x

tracym110 said...

WOW!!! What a cool technique!! And your video was awesome!!! you are so brave!! :) Great job! Love the way the cards turned out!
Tracy

Susan said...

Jeanne, this was a great video! I've never seen the technique before, but I really liked it. The video was nice and clear and well paced. Your cards a lovely (I have to get a notebook punch now!) and I'm inspired to try this technique myself. Thanks so much and keep up the great work!

Shar said...

Great job on your video Miss Jeannie Beanie!!!! :) Love the project and cool technique! Way to go! {I didn't mind your head. LOL}

luvtosew said...

What a cool technique. I can hardly wait to try this now. Thanks for sharing this technique. Your cards are awesome!

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

You did a FABULOUS JOB on this Video and Your Cards. I will definitely try this for sure. Looks simple enough for clumsy me...(lol). Smooches...

Nancy said...

I have never seen this technique! Thank you for sharing this with us! You did great on your video and the card is beautiful!!! hugs!!

Lisa said...

This is new to me, it's awesome. Love how your cards came out. It's amazing the ideas that people come up with.

Suzanne said...

Hi Jeanne!
OMG! What an AWESOME card...your son will love it! This is the first time I've seen this technique....it looks so COOL! Thank you for sharing....you did a fabulous job with your video! Have a WONDERFUL day! :)

Suzanne
suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

quilt4fun2 said...

Great cards and great job on your video! What a wonderful technique...I guess I need a brayer and glossy papers :D Thank You for showing this.
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

CherylB said...

Great! I learned something new...have not seen this technique before. Thanks!

Cassandra said...

Way to go on your first video!!!! It's GREAT!!!! And such a cool technique too! Your son will love it. Way to go my friend :)

Gloria Westerman said...

How cool is that I will be trying this for sure....thank you very much....

Jennifer said...

Jeanne,

Super cool technique!!! :) I never thought to use my brayer that way. And I love your cards! The silhouettes look great on that starburst background!You did a GREAT job on your very first video!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you so much for taking the time to share,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Mommy25 said...

Wow that looks amazing! I don't know why I never thought of doing this but glad that i'm now aware of the awesomeness! Thanks.

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Glora said...

Wow Jeanne, how COOL. I've never seen this technique before. I may even have to buy a brayer ;). And AWESOME job on your first video it was SO professional! Hugs- Glora

Kim Ricketts said...

awesome video!!!!! Great job on your first one! You are a Pro!! Love your cards!

Kim :)

Unknown said...

Pick me pick me I am looking forward to following you blog.

cardchick's world said...

great video!!! I also never heard of this techinque and happy to have seen your video first..fabulous cards too... I learned something new today..thanks!!!

maryanns said...

Neat technique! It really focuses your eye on the image. Both of your cards are adorable. Enjoyed your video!

Sheri R said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Sheri R

sherii at cfl dot rr dot com

CarolynG said...

Wow awesome technique. Your video was fabulous. Thanks for sharing!

Cindy said...

This is such a great technique Jeanne!AWESOME job with your video my friend and your cards are so COOL!!!:)

Wendy (aka Roo) said...

That's such a cool card, I love it! I've never seen that technique before, it looks like so much fun & I love the a effect! Now I just need to get a brayer, is that one from SU?
Puppy Hugs,
Wendy

Taylor said...

AWESOME!! This is a waaay cool technique. It is simple, yet has an absolutely beautiful effect on a card or layout. I will definitely be trying this technique. Thank you so much for sharing. Hugz:) Taylor