Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Bleeding Art Tissue -You Tube Tutorial



Yo ho Bloggers and super Blog Followers
A You Tube Tutorial for you today. The "Bleeding Art Tissue Technique"
I hope you will find it useful.

 
Thanks for looking ... back soon. Any questions please get in touch.
Eileen xx

34 comments:

  1. Oh, it is a JOY to hear your dulcet tones AND watch you create something fabulous ANY TIME I LIKE!

    These videos should be called Godwin's Godsends . . . for all those of us in need a crafty fix of Eileen, but who live too far away to attend her workshops regularly.

    Thanks for sharing this great technique Eileen. You're a little dose of crafting sunshine!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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    1. Sarn... you are so lovely. Thank you for the very kind words. I think you maybe on some 'happy tablets'! tho lol lol lol

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  2. Thanks for this Eileen, your video has clarified a few things for me. I have now got a supply of the tissue and will be letting the craft group loose with the technique after the GNPS at Harrogate where I will be stocking up on a few new Sweet Poppy stencils and maybe a few other things.May just have to have another play to make sure I have got it right now though.Thanks again x

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    1. Thats great ... have fun and let me know how it all goes!
      E xxx

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  3. Eileen I love this demo, I don't have the same ingredients as you but I will be trying with what I've got. I do love your end credits, they always make me laugh. Thank you for the demo. Love Elaine x

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    1. My hubby is a little devil! .... So pleased it may be useful to you. E xxxxx

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  4. Great tutorial again. Well done Eileen!! xx

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  5. Cheers Barbara... no cake anywhere tho! lol

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  6. Fabulous demo Eileen and this is just the sort of thing people need to further their knowledge in crafting techniques. You are always so relaxed in your explanations and make it all seem possible ... even if it is the first time you try. Well done Eileen xx

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  7. Great stuff Eileen. You are so professional with your delivery and the finished piece is gorgeous! Thanks for this demo and I may well give it a try in the future. I do wish Somerset wasn't so far from Kent! I love the end credits too. x

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  8. What a great tutorial Eileen. Love it! X

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  9. Eileen, Thank you. What a fantastic tutorial! I really hope you do lots more as they are so so clear and enjoyable to watch. I wish I lived closer to you but Scotland is a bit far to attend your workshops. Take Care Karen xx

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  10. Hi Eileen,
    Love the tutorial, answered my questions, so I'll be giving this technique a go.
    Many thanks for sharing,
    Jackie x

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  11. Hello Eileen, This technique is fabulus, and your finished canvas is stunning. The finishing touches really do add interest. Stunning !!
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  12. Hi Eileen

    I've just tried this technique but have found that half the tissue papers I have don't bleed at all, which was really disappointing. Can you advise where you got your papers from please?

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    1. Bleeding Art Tissue from Amazon UK, Wendy .. don't give up ! lol E xx

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    2. Ah brilliant. Many thanks, I'll order that now (and crikey, you're up early or late?) The effects I got with the few that did work were great. I even tried colouring white tissue with aqua markers, which worked but was a bit a fiddle. Any idea what to do with loads of pre cut hexagon shapes that don't bleed?

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    3. Layer them for a background. I often use white glue or Mod Podge.

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  13. thanks for the tutorial awesome
    hugs
    bibiana

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  14. Thanks for this video Eileen, very inspirational and well done. Love to hear the sound of someone's voice as it helps feel more connected to the person so far away. :-)

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    1. Cheers Helen.. always great support and kind comments from you.. thank you xxx

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  15. Helen, you did a great job on this I told my friend about it and if its ok we would love to use it in our Asian Group i just might have to used it just for me too I love it and you do great art .thank you for sharing with us...

    MaryRedford

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  16. Hello Mary.. who's Helen? lol
    Yes, course you can use it.. thanks for asking and have fun. Would love to see what you all do with it .
    Eileen xx

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  17. I've just discovered this. What an awesome technique!!! Fits your colourful bold style perfectly Eileen!

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  18. I also just discovered this Eileen, so lovely to see and hear you working with so much fun! Great video and I will sure give this a try, a technique with lots of possibilities! I saw it's also possible to comment again, that's great.......I missed that! Hope you are doing fine lovely lady, xxMiranda

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  19. Finally got to watch the whole video, brilliant xxx

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  20. Oh this is gorgeous. I wondered what sort of tissue you used, I'm off to get some now! My mojo may have just come back. Thanks Eileen, really love your work.

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  21. Really stunning love the colors the tech and all the layers and then some fine little details just perfect

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  22. Eileen...this technique is wonderful...I LOVE IT!!! Thank you for walking us through it so well...I can't wait to do it for myself!!

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  23. Love, love, love your video and instructions. The final outcome is amazing. Thank you.

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  24. Like the look of this technique - THANK YOU FOR SHARING and making such a GORGEOUS canvas x

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  25. Wow, just found your site. Loved this video. Can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. I just watched your amazing video ... i really have to try this . I love it.. thank you for sharing your wonderful talent!

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  27. Only found you & this cool technique tonight/this morning. Wonderful tutorial & tips, so glad someone asked re tissue ppr used as I wasn't sure if normal or special. Will have a look on Amazon later today. Oh & the poppy stencil is so cute (in a non sickly sweet way)..... Anything pussycat related, I am in! Lol. I'll sshh now. Ty for sharing!

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