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Old 08-14-2007, 03:57 PM   #1  
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Default tutorial on masking

OK - here is my shameless plug for my first tutorial posted on my blog. It was the first time using my web cam and my first try at uploading any type of video.

So, if you need a quick (6 minutes) tutorial on masking, please visit my blog where I have a link to the video (couldn't figure out how to embed it in the blog itself) and let me know what you think.


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Old 08-14-2007, 05:14 PM   #2  
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I agree. Great tutorial.
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Great job on your tutorial. I bookmarked it to refer back to. TFS
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Oh, Nancy....That tutorial ROCKS! I loved how you did the step-by-step and explained everything so well. And now I see that I reeeeally want clear stamps too!
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I totally agree with Nonda - the tutorial was great - very easy to follow. And I now see how much easier it is to use clear stamps!
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What a great tutorial! I love it!
Thanks for your time and effort in doing this!
It is much appreciated!
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the tutorial was very helpful,
i am learning to mask and use stampajig, to make my cards more interesting,
thanks for sharing,gail
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Default NancyK's tutorial on Masking--Oh she makes this easy

NancyK is working on a tutorial for the stamp positioner....She is great. I posted it on my blog so that we can spread the word on just how easy the difficult looking things can be....Kudo and Rubber Hugs, Nancy
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Thanks for all the nice comments - yes, I am working on one for stamp positioner (writing the "script" now).

I'd like to give a big thanks to Kurtis (stampin kub) who inspired me to use this technology. He doesn't know it, but after reviewing his video tutorials I thought I might give it a try. I know I will never be a good as he is, but I really appreciate all the work he has done on his blog.

THanks Kurtis.
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Thanks Nancy for the video. Its always good to go over these techniques because we don't use them everyday and you (I) tend to forget. Thanks for taking the time to do this, I look forward to the rest of your tutorials.
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It's so GREAT especially for new stampers !!!
Thanks for the time and great work
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Thank you Nancy! I am fairly new to stamping and have NEVER masked. I researched it recently thought everyone knew how to mask but me! so thank you for sharing your great tutorial!
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I really appreciate all the folks who take their time to help me learn. I have gained so much knowledge over the past year from tutorials that have been posted. I am such a visual learner. Sometimes it is really difficult for me to understand just by reading the directions. I love it when I can look at what is being done and if there is sound to the tutorial then that is just icing on the cake. This tutorial on masking was great.
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Great tutorial and love the card samples -- more inspiration for my Flourishes sets!
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