Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Bombshell Hump Day Hop

And once again we're off! Welcome to the Bombshell Hump Day Hop! Just in case you missed the details last week, myself and the other Bombshell Design Team Members are bringing you a fabulous hop each and every Wednesday! If you leave comments on our projects, you're automatically entered to win a fa-bo prize from Bombshell Stamps!

Here's how it works: Start at any of the Bombshell Design Team Member Blogs and take a peek at their Hump Day project. Leave them a comment and tell them what you think about it! Then follow the links to the other DT member blogs and leave them comments. The more comments you make, the more entries you will have to win a great prize from at the end of the month!

This week I decided to go all out and bring you a Neverending Card video tutorial! Unfortunately, I'm getting over a sore throat and was loosing my voice, so I had to stop the video a couple of times to recoupe. And since this is my first video tutorial, I also learned that youtube will not host long videos. But all in all, I think it still turned out great. I hope you enjoy the project.

When you're done viewing, leave me a comment and let me know what you think. And be sure to hop over to the other gals' blogs and leave them a comment too, the more you comment, the more chances you have to win!

SOUND PROBLEM IS FIXED(I HOPE!) Unfortunately I had to cut a minute or two from the end of the first video in order to get it hosted right, so I will try to explain the steps in between the videos, very easy so there should be no problem. Sorry for the technical difficulties! I hope you still enjoy the tutorial.



* Attach your large squares to the two center squares on your base using adhesive of your choice, centering them from top to bottom and lining up the inner edges against the opening in the middle of the card.

* Attach your smaller rectangles of deco paper using adhesive, to the small rectangle areas across the top and bottom of your card. Be sure the side edges line up with your center squares to make it even.

*Matt your smaller red circles (the one with your saying stamped on them) onto a larger circle using adhesive, then attach these to the center of your large squares. Easy! Now you're ready for the Part 2 video!





Thanks for watching!
Here are some pics of the project, you can click them to see a more detailed image.









Check out my step-by-step on making Flaming Hot Decorative Paper HERE

Never-ending Card Measurements:
Card Base: 6" x 3", score 1.5" from each end
Large Squares(Mats): 2.75" x 2.75"
Large Squares(Inner): 2.5" x 2.5"
Side and Top Rectangles: 2.27" x 1.5"
Corner Squares: 1.25" square punch


VISIT THE OTHER HUMP DAY HOP PARTICIPANTS:

Kathi
Nicole
Glittery Katie
Kas
Angela
Mary G
Gabby
Anam



17 comments:

  1. This is totally awesome and love the details and colors. Fabulous tutorials and video!

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  2. Wow. What an incredible card. Very impressive and I love that you made your own paper.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. DAMN, but that is one seriously cool card!

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  4. Oh my heck! That's freakin' awesome. I love everything about it.

    Wow. Wow. WOW!

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  5. Oh T... it was like we were back at stampkamp when we made that other neverending card. without the video camera of course. Your hair looks great by the way!!!! Love it..Love U c-ya I miss stamping time together!!!

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  6. Your video makes even klutzy me believe that I can do great stuff like you! Well, maybe not quite as great, but lots of fun!

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  7. great tutorial thanks for sharing ;)

    tc from mel x

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  8. Really amazing video Terra! Excellent execution and clear direction. Then the final products were fantastic!

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  9. I tried this over the weekend as a birthday card for my 17 year old step daughter and the result was fantastic! I love it and can't wait to do it again! I didn't get to make my own paper but I did get to take some creative liberty with the direction from the 17 year old about using pink and black for decorations. I added some lime green to accent and it was fabulous. Thank you so much for the tutorial, it was great.

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