Thursday, 13 May 2010

Ribbon Rose Video Tutorial

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After an eventful day of tutoring myself to upload videos, I finally worked it out! & after many takes of filming it on my tripod with my little canon ixus -battery pack flat, running out of memory, bloopers etc I gave up filming & just went with this take. It's not to bad for my first video, well except for those wrinkled looking hands!!!, weird sounding voice & a couple of bloopers, I had to film it infront of the tripod, that was hard viewing what I was doing through the screen. My hat goes off to all you bloggers out there who film & load videos, I appreciate them alot more now, LOL. I hope you all enjoy watching mine & have a go at making one. I would love to see how you use them & I'll be back soon to show you the cute hair pins I made with the ones I made during getting the filming right, LOL.

19 comments:

Petronela said...

mum great job little bit funny LOL
its pretty good you should put it on youtube love it love teyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Jane Norrish said...

Hey Nela, you're a movie star! That was great and I just love those little roses. Thanks for taking the time to work it all out.
Catch up soon, Jane ;-)

Liz Thornton said...

Great job Petronela... You did a good job, very clear video and easy instructions.

CreativSpirit said...

Thanks so much for sharing such a lovely little tutorial, the little rosebuds are so pretty. I am off to try it out now.

Rob

Daniel & Belinda said...

Hi, great first video. Can't wait to catch up when I return.
B

Cheryl said...

Hey Petronela! Love the tutorial! I immediately made 2, and showed my husband, and he said "Wow, roses!", so I must have done them right! LOL! Thanks for sharing... Cheryl xxx

Judie said...

Teya was right!!! Great job Petronela. The roses are gorgeous. Looks easy but I'm sure you're the one that just makes it look easy!! Remind me to get your autograph the next time I see you...

Leigh said...

Oh wow!!!!! Absolutely fabulous tutorial Nela. Can't wait to see you at convention.

Angie Brown said...

Hi Nella, You did it!!! great job, now you'll have to teach all of us how to do it!!
Nella take the card to convention with you and we'll catch up then, there is no hurry even if you keep it until the next time we all get together.
Am so impressed with your video!!! You go girl!!

Renée M-B. said...

Whoo hoo, Nels! Awesome. So nice to hear an Aussie accent on a tutorial for once! :-)

Lana Harvey said...

Wow, how clever. Love them and will have a go at making tomorrow. Thanks...
Also your video was great.

sharon said...

You are way too critical Petronela!!Your video was just great!! Lurve the card you made ...

Liz Weber said...

Hi Petronela thanks so much for the excellent tutorial on making that ribbon rose - I had sooo much fun making some and can't wait to use them on some cards.

Your video was terrific!

Susan said...

Hi Petronela
Loved the video . . to think it is this easy . . I haven't tried to make them yet, but you make it look very easy . . . keep up the good work . . see you on a Wednesday . .
Cheers Sue

Anonymous said...

HI Nela, Love the video, very professional - well done. You make it seems so easy! Keep up the great work! Expect another video soon. Cheers. Sue L xx

Anonymous said...

Petronela, thankyou so much for your awesome rose tutorial. This looks way to easy and NO sewing, wahoo even better. Off to make some now and I may CASE your card while I'm at it. TFS Cheers Donna Zammit

Bec Tipace said...

thanks for your tutorial, I thought it was great for your first go. I love the roses I will be making some of those today!!

Anonymous said...

Great tutorial Petronela. Congratulations on your first one!! The roses look so pretty and I'll be using them on my cards asap. Thank you for sharing. Gail xxx

Leah said...

Great video, thanks for sharing your technique! Will definitely give it a go!