Monday, May 30, 2011

New Cosmo and a video..?


The "flower" on this card was made with a Gluber and American Crafts ribbon loops.  Also worth mentioning is that the paper is cut from the contact sheet on the front of the crafting kit. 


Ok... So I decided to make a card video.  I don't know why since I know NOTHING about video's.. LOL.  But, I hope it might be a wee bit interesting at best, and hopefully not too terrible at worst.  But a few things to note.. I babble a bit.  I made this early in the morning and had TERRIBLE bed head that I didn't bother dealing with because *I* wasn't going to be in the video.. Too bad the top of my head makes a short cameo, and looks kin to a rats nest ;)  hehe

Also?  I don't have any fancy fast forward, voiceover, music, and all those other cool additions. It's just me and the camera.  Fair enough?  Watch only if you're a little bored :)



And, the finished card...


Hope you are having an amazing day!!   

8 comments:

Carla G. said...

Thanks Laurie...what a great way to share! I hope your videos become a regular "thing" - I think you did an amazing job!! And I love hearing the accent in your voice as you say "out" and "process" - differently than we do in Florida.

Also, the Spellbinders dies are wonderful tools to have...I wish I had some extras to send to you.

Julie Campbell said...

I love both of your cards, and I think your video is great! Love hearing your voice. :)

Kimberli said...

Great cards, so pretty and delicate! Thanks for the great video, it was neat hearing your voice!!

Keshet said...

Love the tutorial! The idea of using transparencies to stamp is brilliant!

Amy Papale said...

Love the tutorial! I found your blog last week and have been visiting every day since! I am new to papercrafting (about one year now) and love watching videos to help me learn new techniques and ideas. I hope you do more videos in the future! Thanks so much!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, LOVED your tutorial!! Hope to see more from you soon. Thanks!
Cheryl

Suzanne said...

Beautiful card, and I loved your video(:

Resident said...

That's so neat! I wondered how you did that cute butterfly!

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