Layout: Enjoy the View – Screenprinting

Dieses Layout ist für einen Designteam Call entstanden. Man sollte eine neue Technik zeigen und dazu ein Tutorial. Mein Video hierfür wurde nicht angeschaut- es fehlte wohl das Interesse. Nun denn – ich teile mit Euch und hoffe Layout sowie Technik gefallen Euch :-)

This layout was created for a Designteam Call. One of the tasks was to show a new technique and do a tutorial for this technique. My video wasn’t watched – I guess there was no real interest. Well…but at least now I can share it with you and I hope you like the layout and technique :-)

*Enjoy the View*

The Bambi was screenprinted. The photo shows my beloved Uncle Walter in the mountains in the 60s. More in the video.

Supplies: Acrylic Paints and Pigments, Lace, Cardboard, Cardstock, Kristina Contes Paper, Hambly Screenprints Overlay and Rub ons, Heidi Swapp Chipboard Letters.

  • Susan

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    Achja meine Mailaddy:
    your_last_novelty(at)gmx.de

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  • Susan

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    Hey,
    wollte mal fragen woher du das gewebe für den ring hast?
    Würde mich freuen wenn du mir per mail antowortest:)

    PS: Ich mag deine Art von Kunst sehr!

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  • Gretchen

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    NAT! You are SO CUTE in your video. I love your german accent. Heehee! This is such a supercool technique, I never realized that you could DO that by yourself. This rocks (and so do you!) ;)

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  • nathalie

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    I just wanted to reply shortly to your comment on my blog:

    “I just wanted to comment because I know you and Jeanette had talked at length about her inability to log into the video when it was still private for the submission.”

    We did not talk in length about it. I had sent her my submission including my link to the video stating that since the video is private she would need to log in to her Youtube account – user scrapinstyletv – as this is the user I only invited to watch the video. As I could clearly see that JJ hadn’t logged in since she got my submission I sent her again an email asking her if she got the link and that she needs to log in. She replied that she got it and that she will watch my video.
    She sent me the rejection email stating she had never seen my video, I told her I’m disappointed, she told me shortly that she had so many projects that she couldn’t figure it out further due to time issues. I left it like this.

    “I know you sent her all the pictures and instructions since the link to the video was not working during that time, so I just wanted to check and see if perhaps there was a miscommunication between the two of you!”

    I don’t think there was a miscommunication.

    “There was definitely interest in your project, which is why she had asked for the stillshots since she couldn’t view the video! So while the video wasn’t watched due to the link not working, the technique was definitely duly noted!”

    She did not ask for stillshots – you must have gotten the wrong information . I had sent a pdf. file along which was just meant as a short tutorial. I have never complained that my technique itself wasn’t noticed – I only – and I think I have the right to do so – said how sad I am that my video wasn’t even watched, while about other videos there were comments right away on the private yahoo board. Regarding the time effort I think you can totally understand that this is sad.

    “Unfortunately there were a lot of really amazing projects submitted and not all of them could be chosen. I hope that you can email her to clear up any misunderstanding!”

    I’m pretty sure that all the projects were amazing- and again…I have never complained that I wasn’t chosen – of course I’m sad about this – but that is not my main issue. I don’t think I have to mail JJ – for me this is clear as mud – if she thinks there is a misunderstanding she is welcome to email me. But for me this is a closed case. I wasn’t good enough or not what she was looking for and that is something I have to leave with. I can still share my dissappointment that my video was not watched – regarding the fact that we were asked to go through several rounds and do a lot of effort.

    I’m sure you just wanted to clearify this in a positive way.

    Have a gorgeous day
    Nat

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  • Kayla Aimee

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    Hi Nat!

    I just wanted to comment because I know you and Jeanette had talked at length about her inability to log into the video when it was still private for the submission. I know you sent her all the pictures and instructions since the link to the video was not working during that time, so I just wanted to check and see if perhaps there was a miscommunication between the two of you! There was definitely interest in your project, which is why she had asked for the stillshots since she couldn’t view the video! So while the video wasn’t watched due to the link not working, the technique was definitely duly noted! Unfortunately there were a lot of really amazing projects submitted and not all of them could be chosen. I hope that you can email her to clear up any misunderstanding!

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  • Birgit Koopsen

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    Nat this is so amazing!! Such a cool technique! You ROCK girl!!

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  • milkcan

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    Nat: You rock! And so does this video! I love the technique – so original – and I am going to have to try it for myself!

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  • melissa

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    i really really love ur scrapbooking styles and techniques!!!! ur love for the art can be seen in every Layout… u are one very talented lady! God bless

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  • lydiajane

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    you are so amazingly talented! Thanks so much for the tutorial! Great idea and technique and I LOVE that lo–it’s in my faves!! (You and your German accent are adorable!)

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  • Rach

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    WOW!! I knew you would do a rocking project!! I love love love this + you are such a talented artist + I admire your work so much.
    I feel so sad for you that this video wasn’t even watched. Rude infact!!
    Just to let you know I had you noted down in my 5 picks!
    hugs!!
    ps lovin your accent :)

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  • anam

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    girl – your work rocks. i love your unique style. remember 80% of DT work is plain advertising for a company and often more work than imagined. remember your work is amazing and you love. that is all that matters.
    the other option is to start your own company to have your own DT ;)

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  • Scrappin Not Nappin

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    You video is great! Love your layouts and your style! Thank you for sharing your talent!

    In the 1980s ex-Dh was in the military, we were in Germany for 4 and a half short years. I still miss Germany!

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  • Liz

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    you already know that I LOVE the LO and technique and that I think you are one of the most talented scrappers/artists out there. that the video, which was so much fun to make, wasn’t even watched…. well, I am at a loss for words.

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  • Lisa Dickinson

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    Great page! i love it AND the technique video! Go YOu! :)

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  • Andrea

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    I truly think it’s a shame they didn’t even watched it – just my opinion. Anyway – the Layout & the Screen Print Technique really ROCKS big time!!! And the video is fabulous – I know how much work & heart went into this – so that makes it double-fabulous!!! Hugzzz …

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  • Coco #3609

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    Lov your layouts. they are very colorful and bright. I lov the way u use paints and you’ve inspired me to try it as well.

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  • christina

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    This is a gorgeous layout. Love the idea of the screenprinting. And they didn’t even choose to watch it, at all??? That’s just idiocy at it’s finest. I’ve been looking through your blog, and all of your layouts are fabulous — love all of the different effects you use. Great work!

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  • Heather R

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    i can’t believe she didn’t even watch it. that’s so bad. i would be very angry.
    i’m sorry you went to all the trouble of making it, at least we can thank you for sharing with us.

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  • gretchen owens

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    oh, nat…this is incredible….i hate that it didn’t get watched…but it is a wonderful technique & a beautiful layout!

    it was a fun ride, while it lasted! :)

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  • Amadia

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    I love the video, I love anything that uses acrylic paint!

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