Thursday’s Tutorial: Printing Transparencies (Overlays) on the Imagine
Thank you for joining us for today’s Thursday tutorial! My name is Amy, but my friends call me Amy Jo. :0) I am so excited to be your new Thursday's Tutorial hostess!
Before we get started today, let me tell you a bit about myself. Thank you, ahead of time, for taking the time to get to know me. :0) I am 32 years old and married to the best man a woman could ever hope for. He supports me in every way and never gets mad at me for spending too much money on my addiction…scrapping of course ;0). We have two dogs and a mini pot-bellied pig and 3 beta fish.
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 3 years ago and have been struggling with it daily ever since. For those of you who don’t know what it is, please click here to read more details about it and about me. Since this is a tutorial post, I didn’t want to bore everyone with all the details of my history and how I got involved in scrapbooking unless you’re actually interested in learning more. :0)
On to the tutorial… Today I’ve picked a fun tutorial that I found on the Internet a long time ago. I’m not sure how many of you out there own an Imagine, but if you do this tutorial is very helpful if you want to learn how to print transparencies (overlays) on the Imagine!
Linda over at Creative Critterz Imaginations has a lot of helpful tutorials for Imagine users. I have owned mine since Christmas, but have barely used it because I am too enamoured by all it can do! I just don't know where to start so tutorials are very helpful to me personally. I hope you all enjoy this one as well.
Without further ado, here is the video!
As always, comments are appreciated! Let me know what you think of the tutorial and please feel free to leave suggestions of what you would like to see on our Thursday Tutorials in the future!
Thanks all for joining us today!
XO ~ Amy Jo
Love the video and the idea of making tranparency overlays!I have never heard of "Imagine" before!! Gotta look it up! I feel for you having Fibro... so painful but commend you on still working and making others happy... My doctor thought I had it but have been diagnosed with MS... I guess they are very similar..I get the pain too. Keep the faith girl and you are obviously optimistic to be carrying on with your life this way..Kudoos to you!!!!!!!! I love your blog. You can visit me sometime if you want!ReplyDelete
Hope to see you there! I just started not long ago.
I love Linda's tutorials... thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Hi. I have been debating about the Imagine but when I see a video like this one I put it back on the list. I also checked out your blog and it is in my favorites to check every day. Making cards has also helped me through rough times.ReplyDelete