I know it's taken me quite awhile to get a video up on my neglected YouTube channel, but my recent upgrade to Mavericks and my new iPhone (that I film on) have me pulling my hair out, yelling bad words and consuming an inordinate amount of candy corn, due to their inability to just.work.already. I appreciate your patience and I promise to try and produce a video on a bit more regular basis from now on. Because if I keep consuming this much candy corn, I'm likely to be awake 23 hours a day and how else will I fill the time??
So please hop on over to my YouTube channel (and subscribe if you haven't already!) and take a peek at my latest technique video on Distressed Stripes. It features the construction of this page using the October JBS Mercantile kits:
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Admittedly, I am not a very technique-y scrapper. If technique-y is even a word. I tend to stick to the very basic cut-and-glue, but every now and then I get a real wild hair and start distressing things. I kinda love the imperfect, worn look that results and how it contrasts with the somewhat simple and graphic look of basic stripes.
I'd love to hear your feedback on the video (good or bad - I'm all high on candy corn, remember??) and also any suggestions for future video topics. Do you like technique videos? Step-by-step page constructions? Design principles? Let me know - it might be the kick in the butt I need to get started on my next video before a month rolls by!
And please stop by later this week as I'll be sharing another page that uses this same distressed technique in another way. Happy Monday!