Good Evening Everybody!
Hope everyone is safe and well tonight. I wanted to post the details of tomorrows Ustream show...so ...here we go....
We will be working on the Vintage Photo Album that I recently completed. I had many emails the last couple of days asking for more information on the album, so I thought...Why not just do it from start to finish on my Ustream show.
Supplies You Will Need:
Medium to Heavy Weight Chipboard
1/8-inch and 1/4-inch Scor-Tape, adhesive or glue
1-inch Round Punch
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7:00 p.m. Central Standard Time - USA
If you cannot make it, or one of my European friends, I will record the class for you to go back to....:)
Click Here To Go To The Gentleman Crafter's Ustream Channel tomorrow at 7p.m. to see the live show.
This week, I also look forward to showing you all a few tags that I completed tonight. I will show them throughout the week...I think they came out kinda cool....However, my worktable is unidentifiable from all this tag making! LOL! Here's a shot of it...I know very familiar to many of us....
Hope to see you tomorrow night!
Let's keep our Boston friends and families in our thoughts and prayers...
The Gentleman Crafter
Sounds like a wonderful distraction for us!!! Where there will be Lots of Laughter and Lots of LOVE flying around the room!!!!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to it!ReplyDelete
I won't be able to make the show as I have to work, I'll watch the recording. I'm anxious to see your tags. That is what my desk top looked like tonight when I finished the pendulum clock. I posted on facebook and on my blog, check it out if you get a chance.ReplyDelete
Awesome project... I can't wait to see it step by step! I will have to work, so Michael and I will be late coming in! So glad that you are going to record it... that helps so much! LOL... your worktable is under there somewhere! Have fun getting it all put away before show time! LOL! Have a fabulous day!!!ReplyDelete
I will make sure to watch the recording. I look forward to seeing your tags, they should be very interesting judging by all the creative decorating on your desk. LOL!ReplyDelete
WOO HOO!!! Can't wait to play along. I think I have everything I need. I knew you'd figure out how to make the photo album.ReplyDelete
I try to remember every week, but family usually gets in the way! LOL. I have a list of classes I would like to attend written on a paper and stuck to my ink pad box, but that doesn't always work. I have also tried connecting to the link early, then when you start talking, I can come back, but then our TV from downstairs drown you out! Oh well, I will just have to take a hammer to my head to beat in the time!!!ReplyDelete
Hope to see you later Julie
I saw Sunday's U-Stream. It's an awesome book. I will be making several probably.ReplyDelete
My desk ALWAYS looks like that! lol
Glad to see I'm not the only person whose work surface gets a little cluttered when working on a project. When I had a cat, I had to make sure I cleaned up every night so I didn't find things missing, but sadly, I had to get rid of her and now my work surface is a mess all the time.ReplyDelete
Awesome!! I can't wait to see the show and scrap along with everyone!! Your show is so much fun, I just love it!! I'll have to make room on my worktable as well! lol Thank you so much for sharing your amazing gift of creativity and let us be apart of your and Cesars world!! See You tonight!ReplyDelete
Ohh a big box of copics. My desk was looking like that this weekend. I can almost see the surface now. Contemplating my next project. See you all tonight.ReplyDelete
Oh I love, love, LOVE your workspace!!!! I'd love to come and nib around in there, you sure do have lots and lots of super cool stuff!!!! I'm keeping my fingers crossed to finally get to see the class live!!!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your desk. It's funny how we all have big tables or desks but then up actually crafting in a tiny 1 foot space due to all our supplies drug out to be handy. I'd like to poke around in your stash of goodies too!! :) :) Love the mini album... thanks for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Oh! beautiful like all his work, but you have a lot of very good material to work with, I love, it's a shame that not achieved here, I hope to see it, best regards!ReplyDelete