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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Moving into the Video Age!

Happy Wednesday! Just a quick bloggie...for those that may not know it, Ranger's added a new Licensed Designer to the fold...Claudine Hellmuth! For those that don't know Claudine, you should! What I think Claudine does is take all the confusion and mystery out of what many term "mixed media." I'll be the first in line to learn about how to use all that stuff that you usually see in the "Fine Arts" section of a craft store.

While at CHA, one of the women helping us with sales at the booth became a director...with Flip Video in hand! Unbeknownst to me, weeks later, I would become an editor/producer. Whoda' thunk it!? I took on the job of trying to piece together various tapings into something cohesive. Ranger's first video has been put on Youtube and will also be linked to our site. I thought I'd just make it easy for you and bring it to you right here! Claudine creates some awesome magic by creating the look of tin type images with Adirondack(r) Acrylic Paint on tags! I have to tell you, I really am going to try this...after I get everything else on my list done, of course! Enjoy!

10 comments:

Linda Cain said...

Who'd a thunk? Love your blog Robin, thanks for sharing.
Linda Cain

Wendy said...

GREAT!! I love it when products can be used for more than one technique!
Thanks Caludine & GREAT editing job, Ms. Beam!
Happy rabbit day to you!
wendy

Mona Lisa said...

This is way cool Robin! Love that Ranger is expanding it's horizons.

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spottylover said...

very cool technique! I will HAVE to try this!

suzi finer said...

just love claudine...have a happy easter lady!
suzi

Valonda L. said...

You have been awarded a "You Make My Day" blogging award. Come check it out on my blog.

Kim St.Jean said...

Did I hear correctly? This transfer technique can be used on metal? Now you're talking up my alley. I can't wait to try.
Kim

nancyweth said...

I've posted a link from our blog to Claudine's to share this technique. This is another MAH-ve-lous technique from a Ranger expert!

betty said...

i love your tags. Can you use just a plain picture? Is it in black and white? Where can I learn more about this