Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Video Tutorial


My first how to video. Making your own reusable vinyl packaging for a set of A2 size greeting cards. This is a really simple project, and I hope that comes through in the video. I guess I am not a natural because it took 4 takes to get this. I would love to read your comments. I do plan on doing more of these, and I promise they will get better. I have 2 words for myself next time: tripod and hair stylist.

8 comments:

Ronnie said...

Great project choice for your first video. Well done and easy to follow. Loved that little giggle at your camera person at the beginning.
MORE!

StudioCherie said...

Thanks Ronnie. It was my 14 year old son. He really cracks me up.

Jaci said...

Great video, Cherie! I like that you told to keep the stitches long - good tip! Such an easy project, and so easy to do.

Randi said...

Wow Chereie, you are a video making champ! I think you do great tutorials.
The only tip I would have is that you mentioned you would tie off the long ends and trim them but didn't show that step. It sounds easy enough, but some people are very visual learners and may want to see it too.
Keep up the good work, no hair stylist needed. :)

Kim at Sentimental Stones said...

This looks like a great project to do with my daughter.I wanted to give her something simple to make on the sewing machine. I used to buy these all the time! I have spare vinyl that I now know what to do with. I also like the idea of using a binding on the edge.

Mary said...

Cool! I've been wanting a business card wallet, I could do the same thing, only business card size. Cute for greeting cards. Thenks! Keep up the video tutorials, you did a great job on it. (I'm Kim Murphy's friend, by the way. She e-mailed me a link)

Splendid Little Stars said...

loved it, Cherie! I agree that's it's easy to follow. You also give some good tips. simple, concise, clear. Thanks!

Gator Girl said...

Great video! Your personality shines and it was easy to follow.