Hello friends! I hope you had a great summer and got your fill of warm weather and sunny days! In my part of the world, those days are getting shorter and cooler. I just love fall with it’s cool weather, colorful trees, falling leaves, and amazing holidays. Fall is such a busy time for so many of us, but I decided to add to the busy-ness this year by starting my own Hazel + Gold Designs YouTube channel! Call me crazy. (No, seriously, what was I thinking!?)
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I plan to have a lot more video of my projects, as they seem to work so much better to tell the story of creating something than just a few photos do. So tell me, what kind of videos are your favorite? Short and sweet with no narration, or quick but thorough with step-by-step narration? I tried both techniques in my first two videos, so please check them out and let me know which type you prefer. I’d love your input! Here are my first two videos:
I’d also truly appreciate if you’d click over and Subscribe to my channel. It’s so daunting to try to launch new things and get the word out there, so anyone willing to SHARE my projects or a link to my channel would make my day! I’ll also share upcoming videos via blog posts for awhile, but eventually I’ll just be adding them to YT and not this site, so please subscribe there so you don’t miss anything!
In other news, I’ve got a tutorial for a Leaf Imprint Clay Dish using EasySculpt Epoxy Modeling Clay that will be posted next week on Resin Crafts Blog that I hope you’ll check out! Here’s a sneak peak of just one of the THREE that I made:
I’m honored be to a Resin Crafts Ambassador and love using their products. Be sure to follow their site, they have so many amazing craft ideas!
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Sheri has been creating all of her life in various ways and finds great purpose and empowerment in creating something new. When she’s not in the workshop or craft room she is making memories with her husband, four kids, perfect dog and ornery cat.