Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Technique Tuesday

Happy Tuesday everyone! Thanks for all the get well wishes in the last post. Thankfully Rich and Emilia are doing better. I am still dealing with it though. I sneezed so much yesterday I pulled the muscles in my back out now. I have not had a good nights sleep in almost a week because of this crud either. If anyone has any suggestions for natural things that might help let me know.
It is time for another Technique Tuesday Video. This month I am going to show you how to make a Gregor which is a Jewish noise maker used to help celebrate Purim. I will also show you how to do the stamping technique called Josephs Coat too. You can find out more about Purim on the EtsyChai blog as well.



Here is the link to the template.

I hope you enjoy the video. If you have any questions let me know. As always thanks for stopping by and I hope your day is a great one!

10 comments:

Handmade in Israel said...

Well done, Terri! It's a great video. I learnt so mnuch from that. I work in a very old fashioned way here - paper and glue and not much else - it's amazing what is available to you! Great work!

Sharron said...

Terri, this was a great video. I really enjoyed learning about your holiday and seeing the details of a great new technique. Fabulous job!

Linda said...

Great job, Terri. You make it look so easy.

Linda

Heather P. said...

This is so cute! Hope you start feeling better! *Hugs!*

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Hi Terri,
What a great video. I have never used the Joseph's Coat technique but after seeing this, I will have to try it out. Sure hope you feel better soon.

Lori said...

(((((HUGS)))))Terri!! I hope you are feeling better soon, sorry I can't help you!
Great video and project!!

Juliet A said...

What a cute grogger! I know how destroyed they can get, you are very motivated to make such a lovely one as that!

BethieJ said...

Terri your video was WONDERFUL! I have never tried that technique.. need to find my brayer and give it a try!
Hope everyone is feeling better!!!

pattylt said...

Hi Terri,
Excellent video for the technique (I've never done it!) and the Purim lesson. Shh.. don't tell anyone about Hamentashens... I haven't made a grogger since Sabbath school many many moons ago. Thanks for the trip down memory lane, too!

Angy said...

hope you feel better soon!

Thanks for the tutorial.