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Name Plate VideoTutorial

Happy Thursday Everyone,
This week is just flying by, I can't believe it's Thursday already. Next thing we know we'll all be up till' midnight ordering out Cricut 2's on HSN. lol

I wanted to share a gift I made for my Scrapping BFF Teri and her daughter Kasi...Teri is in the process of re-doing her craftroom and I wanted to make her and Kasi a little something for their desks. So I made them nameplates.



Enjoy a video tutorial on how to make the frame for the nameplates...


I had filmed a great video last week with all these wonderful details on the nameplates and a tutorial on how to put them together...Two nights ago I was cleaning up files on my computer and deleted the video completely. Didn't even leave it on the camera...So last night I filmed another tutorial. If you want to really see the details of the nameplate check out Teri's video HERE. Her and Kasi are just the sweetest...

I've been looking over the Country Life Cartridge and I have to say...I can't wait to get started....

Hugs and happy crafting,

27 comments

  1. This is Beautiful! I delete pictures of cards I want to post all the time glad to know I'm not the only one that happens too! Can't wait of the next series.

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  2. Christina,
    I love it. Thanks for sharing
    Hugs
    STacy

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  3. Very, very cute. I must say I'm so busy because all you blog girls have these projects for me to do.

    Thank you.

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  4. Great tutorial, Christina! I have to play with this crackle paint. I never would have guessed your nameplate base was made from chipboard and cardstock! Very pretty!

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  5. Christina,
    Thanks so much for this idea!!! I can see some great teacher gifts coming from this. I love it!!
    Lori

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  6. They are so lucky to have such a beautiful name plate!

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  7. AWESOME Nameplates! Love them! Can't wait to see your Country Life projects! That cart is on my wish list! :)

    Shelley
    http: //carleys-closet.blogspot.com
    shelleymace21@gmail.com

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  8. Can that crackle affect be done on a card also? Or is cardstock not heavy enough? Thanks. Love your videos.

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  9. Love the name plates! Thanks for sharing this wonderful project with us.

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  10. Wow what a cool idea, love it and so glad you did the video. Thanks so much for all you do. I have really grown by learning from you I made my first mini album and love it and one more in the works. I am so greatful for your knowledge and gift and sharing. Thanks HUGS

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  11. What a beautiful job you did! Your friends are lucky to have you.

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  12. Wow, Wow, and WOW, some more Christina... You amaze me with all that you do! I LOVE these! :o)
    Theresa

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  13. Your friends are going to scream with delight when they receive these beautiful one of a kind name plates. You are an awesome friend.

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  14. What a nice gift and a great idea. That must have felt pretty crummy to have deleted the video that you work so hard on. Well this one was informative and fun as your videos always are.

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  15. Thanks for the awesome video. I tried making one of these and it worked out the first time. I didn't crackle it, I papered it and it looks awesome. Now I know what I need to make for presents for Easter!! Thanks again.
    Marijo aka Scraptastic Grammy

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  16. Hi Christina, Happy Easter!! I love your name plate. I'm thinking what a great Mother and Father's Day gift to give to my parents and fellow workers. As always a wonderful job and a great project.

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  17. Wow! I love this. I really like that green color and the crackle effect is awesome!!

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  18. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [22 Apr 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  19. WOW those are absolutely adorable. I just might have to try them as gifts, love them, thanks for sharing. Your friends were so cute when they were opening them, they were so excited. What a nice gift to give and receive.

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  20. Thanks for this great tutorial. It has lots of possibilities.

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  21. They are about the cutest thing I have ever seen. I might just have to make one too.

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  22. This is the cutest thing to showcase on a work desk or crafting desk. Thank you for sharing this!!!

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  23. These are just beautiful. I'm trying to think of someone that I can make one of these for, I just love them!

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