Saturday, 22 September 2012

Tutorials

This is a dedicated page for those interested in tutorials for particular goods featured on my blog or my YouTube. It will be constantly updated with links to new tutorials.

If you have any tutorial requests, please feel free to comment them below and I'll get to those requests as soon as I can.

16 comments:

  1. I absolutely love all the journals displayed on your blog! I especially admire the Tabby Journal and would love to see a tutorial. It just begs to be held and explored and to have treasured ephemera tucked inside. Looking forward to more inspiration from your talented hands!

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  2. I love your books. I am dying to know how you assemble them and put all the envelopes etc.together. Is there a tutorial for that or do you keep It private? Many thanks.Your work is inspiring.I found your Hallowed YouTube , opening the gift, what a sweetie. Thanks, Susan

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  3. Thanks for your lovely comment. I am currently working on some tutorials and will have them available as soon as possible. xx Michelle

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  4. I love all of your journals, but I love your Vampire Hunter Journal the most. I understand that your still working on the other tutorial requests, so I wouldn't mind if it takes long for the Vampire Hunter Tutorial.

    PS: Have I mentioned that I love all of your journals?

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  5. Hi Michelle
    In your video on the Shabby White, you glazed your doilies. Can you tell me how to do that? I know you said you made the glaze yourself. I haven't a clue how to make a glaze! Help, PLEASE. When you have time.
    Thanks so much.
    Laurie

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  6. Hi Michelle
    In the video you made for the Shabby White, you showed glazed doilies. You said you made the glaze yourself. I would love to do that but I haven't a clue how to make a glaze. Help, PLEASE?
    When you have time. :0)
    Thank you so much.
    Happy creating

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    1. Not sure of the recipe I made up for that one, but it was probably a concoction of Tim Holtz distress ink and mod podge. I think I used the reinkers to add drops of colour until I achieved the effect I wanted.
      Hope that helps
      xx Michelle

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  7. I adore your work. I've been wanting to learn how to make these for a while. Thanks to your inspiring videos and all the great examplese, i'm starting on my own project and it's going well! Keep making those fabulous books! xoxo

    Bobby Fort

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  8. I would love to see some tutorials on how you assemble your books!! I desperately want to make some but have no idea how to get started. Do you have any tutorials available?

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    1. Hi Corley I am working on this site and some new tutorials. They will be promoted here and on my other social media sites when they are available. Many Thanks for your interest Michelle

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  9. hii could you please make a tutorial on how to make those big books i speiclally love the wonderland one. i hope you do one thanks. :)
    p.s you inspire me to do things like these and thank you for it.

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  10. Your just simply adorable! Your books are quit fabulous!
    Your fellow paper hoarder - in Montana, Eve

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  11. Dear Michelle, was wondering if you could do a tutorial on the Vintage Dressmaker journal that you actioned for your son? Thanks in advance.

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    1. HI Anne I hope to do another one of these journals this year and would love to combine it with a tutorial. However this journal took a lot of time and I am not sure when it will fit the schedule. Fingers Crossed one day soon. xx Michelle

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