Stamping, scrapping, and
The monogram bookmark featured in the tutorial:
Haley, you rocked it! The only thin I would suggest it to put the video on the project and not on you. . . Makes it less stressful for you too!
awesome and I agree you will feel less stress by putting the video on your project -- you did GREAT!!
Haley, I love your first video! I am playing around with making my first video too (for Extravaganza). I am having such trouble uploading to Blogger and YouTube. Guess I'll figure it out somehow. Nice job and I love your ideas all over your blog!
Great job, although I know in your class you are smoother...since you don't have a camera in your face! I agree with the above suggestions of putting the focus on the project (although I would rather see your face).You know I would tell you if it was awful...but it was very instructional. I could sit down and duplicate it now, just from watching. You'll sell a lot of Liquid Glass!...xoxoxo
AWESOME!!! you did great!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think you did a great job. Along with others, my only suggestion is that you put the camera on your project more.
Thanks, everybody, for your kindness! I will definitely try to focus on my project more. I am using my laptop's webcam so that may be a challenge, but I shall prevail!
Wow, even better with sound! (I watched it earlier on a computer w/out speakers). I agree with everyone else. When you put the lg on the A, we couldn't see it. Later, when we could see the project, it was easier to follow. Otherwise, great job! I think I will be making some of these bookmarks.
AWESOME...you come across very well on video. I would get rid of the ripped paper effect with the title and focus on your project..as the camera was too high to begin with.:0)
Great video and thank you for all the great comments you have left on my blog. I really appreciate it!
Great tutorial Haley!! Its so good to put your voice and face and name all together! I love the little project you did. This might be something fun to do with my Deborah.
Great video Haley! I did find the torn edge at the bottom of the screen in the beginning a bit intrusive as I couldn't see what you were doing. I would love to make some of these too but haven't figured out how to position a camera well to get the shot of the project and not me but you've inspired me to keep thinking up a solution! Keep up the good work!
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