Night Post Here....I wanted to post this before I went to bed. I just wanted to thank you all once again for your kind and amazing comments you left on my blog, Facebook and on Graphic 45’s blog.
I’m honestly so moved, touched, overwhelmed by your kindness to me. I cannot express how truly honored I am tonight. I’m just totally speechless. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I’m so blessed to have friends such as you all! Thank you all!
I haven’t done a Youtube video in a while and I thought I would give you a quick tour of the Curious Curio Cabinet....
Tomorrow I will show you some of the things I have been up to in the studio.
Once again, thank you all for honoring me in such an awesome way! :)
Night To You All!
The Gentleman Crafter
Jim, Thanks so much for giving us a better look at this cabinet. I still want a tutorial (sorry we're never satisfied are we?) This and the lighthouse are on my list of must makes. Ha! I know your very busy, but you know in your spare time....I'll be looking forward to what you have to show us tomorrow. Enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
Yet another amazing creation. Thank You for sharing your enormous talent with all-comers Jim. You are a constant source of inspiration [and envy!]. Encore. PLEASE!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the video explaining what you did for the curio cabinet...stunning project!ReplyDelete
awesome cabinet... I am a new follower, email subscriber and fan of your work.ReplyDelete
Jim, i'm in love with your Curious Curio Cabinet. It's just what i have been looking for. It is so beautiful and it's screaming "tutorial!, tutorial". Pretty Please.ReplyDelete
Now I have seen this beauty in person and it is absolutley fabulous. Mwah gorgeous Jim xxReplyDelete
I am winding up my projects for the craft show this week and will need something new to do! Yes tutorial! This and the carriage clock make Christmas! Thanks for your talents and your kindness in sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the details on the Curious Curio Cabinet (say that 3times fast, ha, ha). Love that you strive to make useful things. This would be great as a jewelry box or to hold all my TH embellies. Hugs.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...this is sumptuous!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the video . . . I'm even more impressed now!!! So beautiful and useful, what more could anyone want.ReplyDelete
Love this piece....I patiently???!!!!) wait for the tutorial....not enough of an engineer to figure out the measurements I don't think! Jus love the piece...clearing a place on my dresser for it.....no rush though! I'm PATIENTLY waiting!!!!!!ReplyDelete
The cabinet is gorgeous. Thank you for the video! I thought I did see a tutorial on G45! (Picture and note form - right?) BTW IMHO love the new background on here - very classy and peaceful.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the video tour of your gorgeous Curious Curio! You deserve all the praise and well wishes from everyone...so willing to share, so creative, so down to earth...I'm proud to call you friend!!!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see what you will do with the Tim Holtz line. (I wonder if HE has a stash of the Hitch Post Fasteners that have disappeared from every crafting source!!)ReplyDelete
Tim and G45 are my two favorites!!
Just gave a bunch of Dylusions stuff to my 15-year old granddaughter and she is going to town with it. She's not good with very precise things and Diane's approach has set her free!! It is the first time she has actually done art/paper crafting on her own without help from Grandma. She loves it so much she couldn't wait to get it home after we had dinner out together. She had to do one page in her multi-media journal that very night and has continued to do one every day. This is a fabulous outlet for a young teen to express themselves creatively. It's like therapy. Say a personal "Thank you! to Diane when you see her. My granddaughter needed this.
Jim, You will definitely be missed on the G45 team by all!!!!!!!! That is where I discovered you. You already know what a huge fan I am of your work and that will never change and I consider you not only a great artistic crafter, but as a true friend. Thanks for all you bring to the crafting world. Oh and Jim, please don't stop creating your wonderful 3D projects. You are so marvelous at them and we all enjoy them so much. I know you will still be crafting with G45 products as well, cause you just can't craft without including their product line as well. Tim has a wonderful line also and I love all things Timmie and what he doesn't have G45 does. They work hand in hand together just fabulously. You will be great on both of the new teams and I for one can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve for us in the coming months. Best of luck, and just know I will be following you were ever your creative adventure leads.ReplyDelete
Love ya, Jim! One quick question: what are the drawer measurements? Once I have those ill figure the rest out. Thank you! HugsReplyDelete
Just one word : Whaaaaaaa !ReplyDelete
Love the new background!ReplyDelete
Amazing work as always, Funny life is full of changes, now we will be able to see you create different of course beautiful things. Your a doll for always sharing everything with us, So good luck in your new en devours.. Love your new background too....ReplyDelete
Wow I like the new background. I expected it to be more delusional. :)ReplyDelete
You enrich the lives of us all with your vision and art-I am grateful that you so generously share it with us all.ReplyDelete
Jim, this is yet another awesome piece. Thanks for the measurements! I agree with you and the Curiosity papers, they are fantastic, but then so are you. Thanks for inspiring and sharing, you really are a visionary in the multi-media art realm.ReplyDelete
Hey Mr. G.C! I finally had some computer time and went over to G45 and read the wonderful piece they did on you! They are truly going to miss you, Jim. It was great to see all your wonderful projects that I fell in love with from Day 1! Your curious curio cabinet is fab (of course!). I love that it is functional, and you used my favorite G45 line to date! Love it, love it, love it! I think I see my name carved inside one of the doors too! lolReplyDelete
Seriously though, I wish you much success in your new endeavors and no matter where you go, I'm followin', Jimbo! I can recognize a Gentleman Crafter creation a mile away so you can't hide from me!
Now open that door! New adventures await! Much luck, my friend.
Wow Jim! Another amazing piece! You are so talented and I am so inspired every time I stop by your blog or saw your work on G45 site! Going to miss you there but will still be checking in to see what you have up your sleeve and your creating in your workshop! I hope that you will have a tutorial for the cabinet! I am still to new at this to figure it out myself! Take care and good luck for the future!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the video Jim - the cabinet is truly wonderful and I would love to know how to make one someday. I love that it is really useful and I can just see it in my bedroom, housing my jewellery :)ReplyDelete
I absolutely love this piece and I am gathering supplies while waiting for a tutorial from you! You are going to do one, right? Please?ReplyDelete