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Friday, January 18, 2013

Lori is on Youtube!

Lori is on Youtube!

In this video, Lori demonstrates how to create a multi-colored dimensional frame using ultra thick embossing enamel (UTEE), Vintage Photo Distress Inks, and nail polish. Now your nail polish can double as a crafting tool! :) The polish used was by OPI, called "Sit Under the Apple Tree." The card features a beautiful Sweet Pea stamp called "Glam Goth Fairy" by artist Caron Vinson. There is also a tutorial on how the texture and dimension was created on the fairy as well. So go grab your stamps and lets make something cute and crafty! :)

6 comments:

Connie said...

What an informative video Lori!! I've not tried adding Stickles OVER the beads before but you can bet I will now!
I also like how your frame turned out using the polish, something else never done by me.
Very nice results also. Thanks for the great tips!!
Connie

Love crafts forever said...

Beautiful video Lori. I love micro beads and have many colors. I like to add them to the centers of Flowers. Love the way you made a frame, it's looks totally gorgeous. Thank you for the Tips too.
Hugs Nat

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Wonderful work Lori. Your videos are always so clear and detailed. Thanks so much!! Cheers, Holley

sweetpeastamps said...

Lori, love your tutorial, explained very well in detail. Your frame is gorgeous. Lovely work

Milo Lilja said...

Wow wow wow! I LOVE your frame! I think I have to borrow my daughters box with nail polish!!! Hugs Milo <3

jennifer said...

beautiful work, great idea - something to case someday!