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Prima Make ‘n Take CHA Winter 2012 – Tutorial

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in CHA 2012, Mixed Media Workshop, PanPastel, Prima Marketing Workshop, Tutorial, Tutorial Video

As promised I post a tutorial about the little Make’N Take Notebooks which I made for Prima Marketing at the Winter CHA 2012. It was lot’s of fun to be there and thanks to all that were there :)

I would like to give a special thanks to PanPastel, Tonic Studios and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L who sponsored products for my Prima Make ‘n Takes !

Sorry for some of the out-of-focus parts in the video- it was hard to do this today with the lights here and I didn’t want to postpone it for another week :)

 

Nat

 

Nat

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Comments (9)

  • Traci Ahangarzadeh

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    Nathalie!! I love this little book!! So glad to get to see the video and I can’t wait to try it. I had a question about the PanPastel that you used on the paper to distress it – do you use anything on top of the PanPastel or does it dry and not come off? I love getting to see your work and I am SO grateful that I ‘found’ you!!!

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Traci- if you use them in that small quantity it is fine- other than that for certain projects a fixator is on order to use :) Thank you for your sweet words!!! Nat

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  • Irene in Vegas

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    Thanks for this video Nathalie! Love seeing how things work and are put together via videos!

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  • Gillian

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    Thanks for sharing your make n take Nat, enjoyed the video. x

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  • Riikka

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    Thank you for the video! I have to try that folding thing to create a minialbum! :)

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  • Peg Hewitt

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    Gorgeous m&t Nat, soooo wish I’d been there!

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  • muriel

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    Hello from France! Thanks a lot for this tutorial. This little notebook is so versatile. I love the tip about gesso and pan pastel. And the great thing about your tutorial is the video is so good even those who don’t understand English can do this project. So I’ll pass it on to my non-English-speaking friends.

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