September 5, 2010

More Videos!

Roc and I had so much fun making our first video on backgrounds, we decided to make another about transfers. Because it was a bit too long to upload to You Tube in its entirety, it had to be edited into two parts. Once again, Roc did the tutorial while I worked the camera. By the way, if you click on the picture of my altered envelope (click here to go there), you'll see that I've used a bit of my tape transfers for trim at the top and bottom of the piece.




May your day be filled with fun!

17 comments:

Astrid Maclean said...

Oh Terri, I was hoping you'd do a second one soon, brilliant! When did you two get together again? You managed to keep that nice and quiet! Though Roc was saying something about surprises.

Thanks for your prayers by the way.

Junibears said...

How wonderful to see you working. Thank you.
Hugs xx

Diane said...

Oooh, I can't wait to watch these--you two will be in my art room with me tonight--Thank you (do more :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is totally different from any packing tape transfer I've ever made. Wonderful, unique, and fun to watch. Thanks for doing these.

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

You guys ROC! Sorry, I couldn't resist the pun. DO MORE.....

thekathrynwheel said...

ooh, now this looks interesting. I'll be back later - right now I have to take the little 'extras' home that have been here for tea, then get the kids in the bath and then get them to bed bla bla bla but I'll be back! I bet you two had a ball, wish I could join ya!

WW said...

More great videos!!
Terri....I don't know how you manage to hold that thing soo still. I can never manage to do that!!!
I must admit...it was a relief to "see" you giggle. Working around roc...can't imagine you can hold it in for long!

Trudi Sissons - Two Dresses Studio said...

Great tut girls! And yes Serendipitous is the perfect word!
Looks like you two are really enjoying these! Thanks!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

So enjoyed the videos, you two are a great team!
Fun having a different take on packing tape transfers.
Thanks so much for sharing!
oxo

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

well my day will be filled with fun after watching that!! What great videos you are making...thanks so much and what is created is really fabulous...thanks for starting my day off with a good kick in the seat muscle........

Healing Woman said...

I do love these videos. Terri, you and Roc really have it down! You give clear directions and make it look very easy. I'm glad there were some problems with the transfers because It was a learning experience. Bravo..More!

Christine said...

Thank you so much for sharing this :-)
And you guys are so sweet. I love the way you help each other :-))

Kimmie said...

I love how your technique turned out with the transparency of the tape .... that's more of a look that I would be after anyway :) .... I will definitely be trying this at home!

you guys make a great team for videos - definitely NOT boring :)

Sue@MyArtsDesire said...

You guys are the best...esp. loved the giggles when things didn't go as planned! Never leave home, or do a video without your sense of humor. Can't wait to make some of these as they will work perfectly in a journal project I've been working on. So timely! Love it! Xo, sue

Micki said...

Great videos, lot the technique. Thanks so much for sharing with us.

Amanda Kuykendall said...

I do think it was the humidity that affected the tearings. I have had that happen. It is often hard to tell if something is thoroughly dry, except by waiting and then, it also happened to me on a rainy day. All in all I really enjoyed seeing you two and hearing Terri!!!!! Wheee!!

Amanda Kuykendall said...

I do think it was the humidity that affected the tearings. I have had that happen. It is often hard to tell if something is thoroughly dry, except by waiting and then, it also happened to me on a rainy day. All in all I really enjoyed seeing you two and hearing Terri!!!!! Wheee!!