Good Evening Everybody!
I wanted to share a few things with you all real quick.....
Here's the story and I'm sticking to it...I was going to teach the Leisa Traveling Wine Box tomorrow night on my Ustream class, Take Out Tuesday. Well, the Traveling Wine Box is done, the tutorial is written, but the pictures didn't make it yet! I use Flickr to upload all my photos and resize them. I don't know if you do any "Flickring," but they have changed the format that I was so accustomed to. We couldn't get the pictures to upload. Thankfully, we have found another program and will add the pictures to the tutorial this week. OK, long story longer....So, tomorrow we will NOT do the Leisa Traveling Wine Box but hold off until the tutorial is complete with photos. I'm sorry to disappoint you all, but I have tried.....
So what to do now?...No problem....Once again I find my work surface cluttered with cups and jars full of knives, bone folders, tools and more tools! So... I thought I would pull out the new (to me) Eileen Hull/Sizzix Canning Jar die and make an organizer that will not take up my whole work surface and would provide plenty of organization. Of course I say this now as it's still just a thought in my head....but as soon as I finish this post...I'm going to let the creativity began! I Can Do It! Let the sample be made!
OK, don't panic if you don't have the die. You can purchase the die from Scrapadabadoo.com, or Carol from Scrapadabadoo.com was kind enough to cut the dies from chipboard and package however many you will need into a kit.
Things you will need:
The Mason or Canning Jar Die/Cuts
Medium/Heavy Weight Chipboard
Theresa Collins Far and Away Paper Collection
The Usual Scor-Tape-ATG or your favorite adhesive
Heavy weight cardstock
A few pulls or knobs (still don't know how many yet)
Your Basic Tools
Here are some details about the show:
The Gentleman Crafter - Take Out Tuesday Ustream Show
7:00 p.m. Central Standard Time -US
Also, I am in the process of uploading the Traveling Hostess Gift (I blogged about that yesterday)video to YouTube if you would like to see the gifted Book Box in 3-D...So please check my YouTube channel later tonight.
Well, better go hit it! See y'all tomorrow night!
The Gentleman Crafter