Ladies Camera Club

9 Jan 2010

Fun little make

Remember those UTEE cards I made at crimbly?
I had a number of you love the idea so I thought Id share how effective it is and give you a little laugh at my crazy accent and sneak peek of my pinky jammies in the process.
There are two videos because I have not yet mastered how to clip the little sods together yet so me thinks that Steven Spielberg can rest at night!
**warning, I say "erm" alot, soz**
Part 1


Part 2


Acknowledgements
Melt pot courtesy of a loan from Sarah (mwah, thanks Sarah)
Melt pot works better because I used cheap baking sheets although you could use a heat gun on the proper full strength craft sheets by Tim Holtz so you wont burn your work surfaces. Although I have to say the melt pot allows you to achieve those little raggy edges more effectively.

If you want to win the UTEE impressions I made, leave a comment below and Ill pick a winner after the weekend.

24 comments:

Sue said...

Do you know, I have a melt pot and LOADS of fab thick embossing powders..am ashamed at how many stamps i have!!
Must do this again :)

Lisa Hemmings said...

Kirsty, the tutorial was great!
I find it so much better to watch someone doing something.
Hope you do some more!
Lisa xx
P.S i'd love to win! Lol....

Kelly said...

You are so cute Kirsty.
What a great tutorial. I've got a couple of pots of Utee here. Mostly unopened. So thanks for the inspiration - I might just take the lids off xxx

Sue said...

Well I don't think you said 'erm' too often! The last tutorial I watched on line had the product being worked on out of shot for most of it - yours was bang in the centre of the screen!I had never thought of cutting baking sheet to fit the melt pot - such a good idea - except now i am going to have to venture out in the snow to LIDL to get a cheap one to chop up because I want a go NOW!!

Pamela said...

This is awesome! :)

Hazel said...

Really fab Kirsty, just what we need to keep our creative juices going during this snowy weather. Thought the demo was great, very clear and helpful, please could we have more.

Thank you

hazel@uwclub.net

Sarah said...

Love the demo so easy to see what you are doing. Please do some more. Realy enjoying your blog. Hope i am lucky enough to win a freebie

valc said...

Wow Kirsty...you make it look so easy. Beautiful work Val

hello gorgeous said...

Well, the thing that stood out for me the most was......the sound of your voice!!!! I had a completely different sound for you!!!!

Hmmmmm.....now I have to put the two together and make a "new friend", lol!

Hope you have stayed warm today lovely..... ;o))

hello gorgeous xxx

Anonymous said...

Well Kirsty i ain't got said equipment and seeing ur tutorial shows how easy you can make these, i may just have to gather some pennies............. lol
Lojo xx

Sam said...

they're lovely Kirsty - something to try out (now I've got a fab tutorial to help!!). I need my mojo to return to me first tho, coz it's gone on a VERY extended holiday!!

ellen s. said...

fab tutorial. TFS! looks great

Katy said...

wooohooo Kirsty you rock with your videos chick. I would love them to make a tag with, never made one before so would be fun :D

Much Love Katy xxxx

Claire Crompton said...

This looks lots of fun Kirsty. Happy New Year.

Cx

ScarletBella said...

Great videos - you made it look so easy that I really want to have a go right now. As I have neither a melting pot or any UTEE in the house it'll have to wait until the birthday fairy has been!

kirsticoo said...

Ooh Kirsty, these are fabby - Got my melt pot out yesterday for the first time since buying it from Dyan in October... and go some really good results but I will definitely be trying this out...x

Sharon said...

Hi Kirsty - really good tutorial - easier than reading a load of instructions. Glad to hear your hubby has a new job too! - can I be in the draw please.

Chloe' said...

Hey there Kirsty!

Just found your Blog, I Love it! :o)

Thankyou for the videos, they're awesome! (^_^)

Anonymous said...

love your voice n accent-its soooooo cute!
(curlygirls is better,tho....sowwy)
me win,me win,me win....... puleeze
Love to said curlygirl
Lulubelle

Kate said...

They look great I knew I shouldn't have chucked those little beads away! ** Kate **

Emma - A crazy crafter said...

I love the effect that the accent beads give the UTEE. Lovely jublee honey. I really want a melt pot but need to justify it!!!!

Amanda Baloun said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! I have looked at the melting pots before but this is the first tutorial that I have seen and have thought to myself...I want one! and I can do this!!

Thanks for sharing.
P.S. LOVE your tutorials, you should keep doing them.

Carmen said...

Oh no! Something else to add to the list of NEEED (want!) now.

This looks so fun but how do you resist saying 'hubble bubble, toil and trouble' while you're doing it? I may need to nick the girls witchy hats and buy one of these ;)

mimsie said...

fabby kirsty really inspired, thank you