Tuesday, July 5, 2011

How to video now available

I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July holiday. 
I sure did. I was so lazy. Did our small town, hour-long parade downtown, (took Maddie and she did great).

Then went out to lunch, over looking the water and the ferries coming in.  Took a nap in the sun on our deck, (yes, sun here in the Pacific Northwest, we had forgotten what it looked like). 

Then went to the island's 1800's resort hotel, Hotel de Haro, and watched log rolling contests, walked the docks to people watch and laugh at their stupid boat decorations drunkenness, and then home to dinner and fireworks show on tv and our resort.  Whew!

Now off to Zumba this morning, draggin my tail!

But I wanted to share something REALLY exciting with you first thing this morning.  I have made a new video, available for purchase to view.

How to Solder 
with Rhinestone Chain


Yep, I made a video of how to do this. WH assisted, and we created a sweet, six minute HD video, showing you a detailed, step-by-step video, complete with all the instructions and supplies.  It shows you how to solder rhinestone chain to a brass stamping.  I also show how to patina your piece, giving it a warm, aged look.

After looking at this, you can start to make all kinds of new creations, having even MORE fun than before, with the sweet rhinestone chain you have, or can purchase.

I've put a link on my sidebar to connect you to my Etsy store for purchase.  Its so much fun to add a little bling to base metals, or stampings, I love it.

Have a great day wherever you are!  
Hope you recover from too much fun this weekend.

Hugs,
Riki





7 comments:

Suz said...

Thank you, Riki.
What a nice job. It is so kind of you to share your knowledge with us! We had a small town holiday, too. We went to South Dakota to see Jud's family and had a reunion of all the cousins. It was a lot of fun. We drove home (seven hours) and saw fireworks much of the way. That was amazing!
Hugs,
Suz

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In the Light of the Moon said...

How exciting!!!Heehee..I'm off to Etsy!!Hugs,Cat

Debrina said...

Wow, you are such an ace at all this marvellous jewellery making! And what a generous offering with the video workshop. Love all your wonderous creations!

MosaicMagpie said...

Thank you for sharing with us. The piece is beautiful. I have tried to solder these things before and usually end up with a big old mess!
Deb

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Riki,
oh that is just what I needed:)Off to etsy I go.
Have a great day.
Hugs,
Marie

La Dolce Vita said...

how exciting Riki! I know it will be a great success!! xo