Monday, 27 June 2011

How to Die Cut with Overhanging Images - A Video Tutorial


Following THIS post, where I made Tilda sit on the bottom edge of my Nestie, I had a few Emails asking how I acheived this effect. 

So, instead of answering them individually, I decided to make a Video Tutorial. 

Before you watch I must issue the following warnings:

1. I have never made a video before
2. I left Simon to do all the editing and I therefore take no responsiblity for any captions LOL!!!


I hope that you were able to follow this tutorial, but if you still have any questions regarding the technique please Email me using the Email Button at the top of this page. 

If you have any questions or comments regarding the making of the video, please Email "HubbyTech Ink" (aka Simon) using the same Email Button - I don't do Technical !!!

Thanks for watching, I look forward to hearing your comments.



Linby said...

Fab tut Penni. Love the comments and great editing by Simon too.
Your nails do look fab-but then they always do!
Lynn x

Inkypinkydelights said...

Brilliant Penni! I cannot wait to try that! Thank you for sharing it with us. Judy x

KimberleyG said...

Great tutorial. Fab editing and comments from Simon.

paola said...

Great tutorial girlfriend and the editing is perfect, do you wanna send your Simon to come out here and help with a copic tutorial dvd that i have to put together for a show next month, lol. Really very professional looking, FAB

Jeni said...

Great video Penny! Love Hubby's title in the credits. ~jeni :)

Zoe said...

It's fabulous Penni! hahaha I had to laugh at hubby's captions! Mine would do the same!! LOL

So did you end up seeing if there was a copic colour to match those gorgeous nails of yours?? teehhee

hugs xxoo

Sue said...

Hi Penni
brill tutorial,luv the captions, thank you, expert editing of course! lol, sue,x

The Crafter's Retreat said...

Brilliant... I always wondered how they were able to do that... thank you for sharing.

Suzi Mac said...

Wow!! thank you so much, I've saved to favourites just in case I forget. Fab tutorial.
Suzi x

Beth said...

Wonderful tutorial! Thanks to you and Simon!

Rhonda Miller said...

That was great. Thanks for sharing.

Only By His Grace said...

Hi Penni!
Super job on your video.
Hugs Maz

MyAuntKath said...

Thank you for making this video! I tried this by following instructions and it wasn't very successful. I think now that I can do it, too! Great job on the tutorial, too. Kathie

Danielle Champagne said...

Thank you for sharing.... will be very handy. I used to manually cut the circle around the image!
In frenchwe say: Génial!

Sharon said...

Oh Penny, what a fab tutorial by you and uhummm Hubby Tech. Good job! A picture paints a thousand words and now that I've seen how this is actually done, I'm going to give it a go! TFS, hugs Sharon

Julie said...

I just joined the yahoo group for Magnolia-licious and was sooo happy when I checked my email this morning. For the longest time I've been trying to figure out how people did the over hang with there stamps. I don't have any Nestis but thanks to this great video I think I'll have to get some. Thanks for sharing PS first time visiting your blog-great art work. Julie

Anonymous said...

I thought your video was great! Thanks so much to you and hubby. I can't wait to go try it out while it's fresh in my head!

cathylynn said...

Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial!! WOW your hubby did a fabulous job. Great work by the both of you!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Stephanie said...

Oh my goodness Penni - not only is this video tutorial professional & so easy to follow - it's hilarious LOL Simon is a cheeky (albeit clever) monkey ;) Way to go both of you xxx

Sharron aka Sharrahug said...

Great tut! Hubby did a great job too!
Huggies ~

cabio's craft corner said...

Great tutorial Penni!! Thanks for sharing :o)

Lynne K said...

Wondered how you did that! Brilliant video, thanks for sharing.

Lynne x

Unknown said...

Your card is beautiful and thanks for the video

Sarn said...

Great video and I laughed at your husband's comments! TFS xxx