Saturday, April 11, 2009

All Mixed Up Melted UTEE Technique

Here is the video on how to create those mixed up melted colors using colored UTEE and the Melt Pot!

Hope you all enjoy :)


  1. Awesome!! Thank you so much!!
    did you get my email?!

  2. Very cool Roni! Thanks for showing us!

  3. You ROCK, Roni! Such an awesome job! I love the... what do you call it... where you put text in between the video sections? With the blue background and the grungy white text letters - awesome! Love the grainy, old-time movie film look and feel to it, too.

    And your UTEE pieces are works of art. Seriously. I could see the colors and layers and designs from the opaque vs. the translucent. Wow.

    Can I be the president of your fan club? (*cough* *cough* since I am ordering 300 copies of your new book, that should at least give me a shot, right? I mean, bribery may be old-fashioned, but it still WORKS, right? *grin* LOL)

    Well done! Love the videos. I know they are a lot of work, but please know how appreciated they are.

  4. Thanks guys ~ I'm so glad you like them!

    Phinny ~ I'm glad you like the extra bits ~ I've been playing with the microsoft movie maker. At first I was intimidated by all the buttons and gadgets but I'm getting braver the more I do - LOL!!

    {Snort!!} Fan club - you'd be the president and single member - LOL!!! Sure, the job is yours and you don't even have to buy any books for that "honor". Ya goof!

  5. Oh... one more comment on the videos? Remember, I am in marketing so we are really anal about this stuff. but I was watching some other videos on YouTube and one of yours came up in the sidebar as related to the one I was watching. So that proves that people will be watching your videos even if they don't know about Ink Stains, right? So my suggestion is to be sure to start with a short like - UTEE is Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel made by Ranger) and who you are and for more information to go to your blog, inkstains@.... whatever.

    You do a GREAT job one these, Roni. You are clear and articulate and a great teacher / demonstrator. I can't wait for more!


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