Window Sheet Inking Tutorial

First, I have to share a conversation we had at the breakfast table yesterday.  Tanner and Tate were eating breakfast while I was cleaning the kitchen.  Tanner announced he had sacks.  Tate and I said, "sacks"?  Tanner said, "I was so tired last night I had sacks under my eyes."  HAHA!  Now, we use the term sacks instead of bags and laugh every time.

I finally got my tutorial to publish today.  For some reason, my computer keeps acting up when I edit my tutorials and publish them in order to upload to YouTube.  I think I have figured out how to get around "the bug".  I know, I know...all of you MAC users will say, "Get a MAC"!  My nephew, Jacob told me that when I asked him for help.  It is on my wish list, but I don't want to spend money on a new laptop yet.

When I made this card, I had some requests to do a tutorial.  I made a couple of changes to the original card, so we can make it at club next month.  I decided to use Happy Mother's Day, so I would have my card ready for my mom.  Mom...Close your eyes for this one!

Enjoy the tutorial:

Materials used are stampin’ up! Unless noted
Stamps: All holidays (#114916)
Paper: shimmery white (#101910)
Ink: blue, brown, green
Accessories: stamp-a-ma-jig (#101049), window sheets medium (#114323)
Punches: Extra large two-step bird (#117191)
Techniques: paper tearing

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Sparkle said...

Such a lovely card!

Sharli said...

Hi Kim! You are the best at tutorials - I always, always learn something from you and they are easy to follow! Thank you so much - it's a beautiful card and makes me want that punch! (drat!)


Jeanne said...

Great card, Kim. I will come back and watch your tute after I've checked out my blogs. Thanks for sharing the chuckle over Tanner's sacks comment. That is TOO funny!

Jana said...

Another great tutorial. Your videos are so easy to follow and your voice is soothing. I can't wait to try this. I like the fact that you can turn this to face the other direction.