Wednesday, 11 April 2012

WOYWW 149

Missed this last week - they fly by so quickly! To join in visit Julia here and get to visit numerous desks - if you have the time! Here is my desk today...


...showing my trusty and much loved Cuttlebug and dies because I am busy completing yet another TP (toilet paper!!) roll mini album. This time I am making a Utube tutorial - scary stuff! I only have a small camera so the tutorial will have many short videos - if you are interested head over to my Utube channel or watch the first video below...


18 comments:

  1. The Cuttlebug seems to be pretty popular today. Thanks for sharing. I have to get busy with my TP albums. I think I am up to a couple hundred rolls. Mindy #120

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  2. Thanks for sharing your little corner of the world. OH!! my favorite tool Cuttlebug I use mine nearly everyday I'll have to make a sweep of you site and see one of those Tp albums i've never seen one thanks for sharing!

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  3. fab video tutorial,not made one of these for a while,might have to have another go
    have a fab crafty week and
    happy woyww
    kay,#70

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  4. Hi
    Such fun!
    I am in the middle (quite literally) of working with toilet rolls myself for Christmas artwork.
    Wishes
    Lynne
    You are such a neat crafter.

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  5. Thanks for passing by
    great to se the cuttle bug out :0))

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  6. I love you tutorial..I am learning so many new things in the paper world from WOYWW! Thank you for sharing #47

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  7. Wow - well done you for being brave enough to make a video tutorial, I take my hat off to you!!
    Hugs, LLJ #3 xx

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  8. Lovely work - thanks for sharing.

    #148

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  9. oh i did the toilet roll thing on the jump start feature, it is a fab technique & i've used it loads since, brilliant way to create a watercolour substrate.

    I love seeing cuttlebugs out on desks, i use mine most when it sits out and ready for action, it so easy to forget how fantastic they are.

    dx 84 ( ithink)

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  10. AWESOME! I watched all 8 video's tonight and loved them. I think your style is perfect and technique right on. Thanks for sharing and thanks for visiting my desk this week. Have a great week. Vickie @106

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  11. Fabulous work, thanks so much for the videos, Fantastic... Have a great week, Hugs May x x x No15

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  12. Hi Jacqui, Couldn't resist the cuttlebug as I love mine too. Then just HAD to watch your first TP mini album video. I have recently made a Kitchen Roll Tube album and just had to see if their halves were the same size as a TP tube and would you believe they are actually longer like you prefer. Love the tip of painting the inside "first" hmmmm maybe be a bit late for mine now and also the squashing with an iron will remember that one too. Thanks for the tips BJ#42

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  13. I still use my Cuttlebug too even though I have a Grand Calibur as well. Thank you for the tutorial - I am definitely going to try making one of these - I will start collected TP rolls! Am looking forward to the next tutorial. Thank you xx

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  14. Hi there I love my cuttlebug as well. Have it and everything connected with it nearby. Am off to look at your video. Thanks for visiting me. Anne x

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  15. Hadn't used my CB for ages and then a couple of days ago out she came and I realised how much I had missed her.
    Thanks for the tutorial, you did a super job of it.
    Hugs, Neet #10

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  16. Watched all NINE videos last night and fortunately have enough Kitchen Roll Tubes to make a new mini book. Dying to see your end product and how you bind the pages. BJ #42

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  17. Very envious of your CB, really want one but have a Big Shot so can't really justify it!
    Sophie x
    No.79

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  18. Where would we be without our CB's! Take care, it's Sunday, but I'm still working my way through the list! Zo xx 75

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