Monday, July 27, 2009

faux art glass embellishment tutorial



Here's a new one for you. Some of my videos are basic techniques that have been around for a while. As far as I know, this one is all my own. I took a stroll through the cake decorating section and was inspired by the tiny cookie cutters. I had to laugh at myself working with this hot stuff right in the middle of summer. I'd love to know if you try this one and how you use the embellishment.

8 comments:

runningonink said...

You Totally ROCK! I am sooooo going to try this today! You got me all fired up :) I will report back!

Karen said...

Wow, Tami!! I don't think I've seen this done before either. What a special and unique embellishment. I actually do not have a melting pot, but I do believe I know what will either be couponed in the near future or go on my Christmas list now! :> Thanks so much for making a video tutorial of this as I don't think I would have understood it nearly as well with words alone. Great technique!! :>

Julie Prichard said...

Tami- perfect!

Excellent technique...endless possibilities- jewelry, charms, scrap booking...Awesome! Even poured onto a non stick sheet without the stamps..you're right- there are a ton of those cookie cutters!

Why is your melting pot so clean? Mine looks like it has been through battle. =)

xo

MrsETaylor said...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Tami!!!! You are quickly becoming one of my favorites out there. I love what ya do, I love your tutorials and well you guessed it...I love you!!!

Gosh your work inspires me to create create create

Thanh said...

The older you get, the younger you also sound!!! LOL Great tutorial, friend. I can listen to you talk all day. Soft soothing voice :)

Sandy said...

Rocking tutorial!! Can I post the on CFH's tips blog??

Aeify said...

FANTASTIC!! I have tons of little cookie cutters...I also have a collection of vintage candy molds...wonder if they would work??? I'll have to try!

Steph H. said...

I just watched your video on the OperationWriteHome site and love, love, love it! Thanks for sharing that technique...off to buy a melting pot!