Tool Time Tuesday – Making a Great Impression (Video)

Hey everyone. I’ve made another video. I am so glad I do these Tool Time Tuesday Features. It makes it so I can get into the studio for a little bit of time. Next week should be fun. Saturday is my birthday and my wonderful husband just bought me a Hydraulic Press. I will document everything from setting it up, to using it and other fun things I can do with this fabulous tool.

In the meantime, I have revisited the Rolling Mill for this weeks Tool Time Tuesday. I have learned a few things or two since I wrote my original post on Rolling Mill Textures. Not only that, but this one is a video. It is a bit long, sorry about that. It is about 15 minutes long. I guess I was just having too much fun. Hopefully you will find it useful.

I am going to try a couple of things tonight. I will post the link to the You.Tube video and also attempt to embed it here in the message. But either way, you should be able to get to it. Please leave your feedback. It helps me improve the blog and it helps me keep going as I know people are actually reading the blog.

Also, Remember, I am going to be doing a Wonderful Give-Away once I hit 500 subscribers. We are just over half way there. If you think that someone else might benefit from the information here, invite them to view the blog. I have purchased a pair of Tronex Flat Nose pliers as one of the gifts to choose from. I have a few other tools that will be up for grabs as well as some jewelry. So spread the word.

So here is the direct link to the video.

And hopefully the embedded video.

 

4 thoughts on “Tool Time Tuesday – Making a Great Impression (Video)

  1. Anita Hearn

    Great post, Melissa. Love that you are doing videos now and will check them out. I do read your posts, but don’t always have time to respond. My best wishes to you and your entire family now and wherever the future takes you! You have been a true inspiration to me and to many others. Blessings, Anita

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  2. Ashlee

    I love texturing with my rolling mill. I have found a great way to get different types of fabrics to try is to go to a fabric store and grab different sample pieces to see which works best. I can’t tell you how many different fabrics I found that produce absolutely amazing textures on metal. The ones I like the best I will buy more of the fabric and the ones I don’t like I didn’t lose any money on. Also, the sample are already cut to a good size for the mill.

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  3. Melissa Muir

    That really is a good idea Ashlee. I have been looking for more ideas and textures. I will have to check those out when I get to the store next time! Thanks!

    ~Melissa~

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