Thursday, May 5, 2011

Slice Tutorial...

Hello! Today i am so excited to present this little video tutorial that i made with my Nikon D7000... ok, am not there yet, but at least i know where to switch the video button on. I am demonstrating the wonderful MM Slice Handsfree kit... it's really fabulous: Just watch. This is the page i am showing you how to make. I used the Paper Reverie design card for the butterflies and the Party design card for the word happy.



Here's the video:
Making Memories Slice handsfree kit... from Wilna Furstenberg on Vimeo.
And making a butterfly page too.

: )

Wilna

As a special happy day, I am giving away one Basic Elements design card today. Please leave a comment and your name will be entered into the draw. : )
love and a kiss

19 comments :

Amanda Johnson said...

Gorgeous LO! Thanks so much for the tutorial!! Love my Slice :)

Kimberley said...

I love, love, love your work so much. You are such an inspiration-thank you for sharing your gorgeous work.

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

Your work is so clean and such an inspiration. I love the page.
I did want to ask you, since I have the older slice. Can I purchase the piece that is magnetic for my slice and the glass with magnets? If so, where can I purchase it?
Hope to hear from you.
Thanks for the inspiration.

Susan said...

What a great idea to use the negative space that you cut out rather than the positive! I am definitely going to try this technique! Thank you for sharing.

Susan said...

@Scrappy Pink Corner
I left a comment on your blog about the hands free slice kit and where I got mine! Hope it helps.

Emma said...

Love the tutorial thanks for sharing off to have ago myself.

They Call Me Lady said...

Love the butterfly page, I'm headed into my scrap room right now !

Mary Beth said...

I always forget to use a "negative" image! What a gorgeous design! Thanks for sharing!

Sandy said...

I love your tutorial, can't wait to try it. I dont have the magnetic kit for my slice, but after seeing this, I have got to get it. I love to scrapbook with my slice!

melt003 said...

Thanks for sharing! I don't use my slice often, guess I'll have to dig it out!

Sandra said...

Thanks for the tutorial of the page! It was very interesting and as always, I do like your design and the page. Congratulations!

Pamela said...

Love the tutorial, but I would really like to know more about lining up your cuts so that you don't cut into other areas you don't want to, and can maximize the use of your paper. It's very hard to see were the blade will start cutting and were it will end. Does this makes sense? Love the layout you did.

Jen said...

Beautiful page! I'll have to try this. I did use my Slice to make some Mother's Day cards today. BTW, May Flaum linked to your blog in her "May with May" class at BPC, to show us you very cool idea/page!

Veeruliiru said...

Gorgeous layout and great tutorial!

Theresa L said...

I just bought a pink slice machine today after seeing your video! Thank you for the inspiration!

gleestormont said...

thanks for the vid. always love to see what you're up to. Happy mother's day beautiful lady.

Sharon said...

So glad I came back to your blog for some inspiration. I found it! Love your style, it's always a pleasure to stop by. Thanks!

Lousette said...

Gosh this is lovely. I think I may need a slice machine after all. Great tutorial and so nice to hear your lovely SA accent ... loved the "look Ma no hands" lol. Absolutely adore your style! Keep well, from a fellow ex-South African (now living in the UK).

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