Monday, 22 February 2016

A new Video tutorial

You have probably seen the one and only Video Tutorial I had made until recently...
There's a link on my side bar
but here it is again

It involved heat embossing a watermark, using the Big Shot and Tim Holtz rosettes.


I made this when I was still living in Abu Dhabi and was DT for Pretty Paper Studios in Dubai - in fact it is thanks to them that I started blogging at all.

Anyway recently I was asked by Craftstash
 if I would be interested in making some tutorials for them...

One thing they suggested was making them a maximum of 5 minutes - that first one above was 10 minutes long - I did go on a bit!!

So here is my first one using Craftstash dies


Here is the gatefold card I show you how to make...

and this is the link

Hope you watch - and enjoy it!!

Happy Crafting!


  1. Hi Jane, I watched your first video earlier and really enjoyed it. Your "birdie" gatefold is really pretty and I'm going to watch your video when I get home later. Barbxx

  2. So much fun here! I watched your video, so clear instructions and how to do! Love your fun fold Bird card , sooooo cute!

  3. Hi Susan your card is awesome I've only recently discovered Craftstash lol but I'm trying to be good and save lol.

    1. One of my New Year's Resolutions was NOT to buy anything until I have used some of my as yet to be used stash!! Well I am trying...but it is very tempting!!

  4. Your card is lovely and your video demonstration is fab. Very clear.

  5. Hi Susan, so sorry for calling you Jane this morning. watched your little bird video and enjoyed it very much. A lovely clear demo. I have subscribed so look forward to the next one. Barbxx

    1. No worries Barb...I must admit when I am commenting I often cannot remember who I am writing to!! Thank you for all your kind comments!!

  6. Susan loved your video, lovely card and so nice to see and hear you xx.

  7. fun design.
    The card is cute.
    thanks for sharing.
    Make a video on the easel card (Please???)


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