*** If you are here for my Creative Paperclay project, please scroll down***Good morning guys.
I am so excited about today...I was asked by Kristal at Getting Cricky if I would be interest in being featured on her blog and make a video for that wobble I made a few weeks ago. Darn tootin I was willing to do that...hahaha although it takes me 4 times to make a video because I use a flipshare camera and have no idea how to do any editing. Seriously I film what I make about 4 times and then pick the best one out. Isn't that just too funny? Someday, I will learn...so anyway, back to Getting Cricky. I was so honored that she asked me if I wanted to be featured. Kristal is THE MOST goodhearted person I know. She is always looking out for others. Even with her most recent adventure in selling stamps she has blown everyone else out of the water. Not only are her stamps only $16 compared to some as high as $25 but each and every stamp set has a charity attached to it. She gives $1 for EVERY stamp set that you purchase to a selected charity. Check out her stamp store and see for yourself please.
This is the card I had featured a couple of weeks ago for the Simply Sunday challenge
and here is the video
and here are the picture tutorials.
Thanks again goes to Kristal for featuring my today. I am so honored to be affiliated with Getting Cricky and get so much inspiration from her and her blog posts. Now, if you want to win a set of the Summer Splashtastic stamp set, just leave me a comment and become a follower if you so choose (I would really like it if you were). I will be picking someone and announcing the winner on my Simply Sunday post this coming weekend.
COngrats on being featured such an adorable creationReplyDelete
Cheers from Bangalore ,India
Dr Sonia S V
That is just AWESOME, I absolutely loved and enjoyed the video tutorial!! You have educated me once again! Guess what I'm going to do now?! hehehehe!ReplyDelete
The video was very good, I watched it on Getty Cricky. You were a great guest blogger:-) Thanks for sharing the idea with us.ReplyDelete
Brenda - this is so awesome! What a great tutorial! What is veryyyy coincidental is that I made my own wobbles today for a project! But my problem is always attaching them to the card and the item I want to wobble. It never dawned on me to add the half-paper circles to attach it. Genius! I end up using scotch tape and and like three different glues and by the time I get it attached, the spring is all bent out of shape. This is such a huge help to me -- thank you so much for making this video :DReplyDelete
Great tutorial! I became a follower, hope you stop by and say HI!ReplyDelete
Loved the tutorial I watched it over at Kristal's. Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
I love wobbles, this is a great because now you can have a size for any project you make. Thank you for a wonderful tutorial! I am a new follower too. Hugs, Pam at http://craftycards4u2.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
Actually I am a follower already, my mistake. Glad I am though. PamReplyDelete
thanks for sharing your tip with us. I think im going to be trying out soon.
mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com
I just saw your tutorial at Getting Cricky. Great idea! I'm already a follower!ReplyDelete
Your video was excellent. I love watching video tutorials.ReplyDelete
Your card is so cute! The wobble just adds that extra touch. Thanks so much for the video showing how to make wobbles; it's very helpful and I feel I'm equipped to try wobbles now. Thanks also for the chance to win such a fun stamp set.ReplyDelete
I am a new follower. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I have been wondering how people did this!! Come check out my blog if you get a chance: www.justmycrafts.blogspot.comReplyDelete
justina1218 at aim dot com
Just seen your Tutorial on getting cricky. (LOVE) that you can make your own Wobbles.Thank you so much for sharing this. I just became a follower and Thank You so much for the chance to win. :0)ReplyDelete
cindy marshall 63 at hotmail dot com
Super cool tutorial. Already a happy follower. ~ShenReplyDelete
Your card is sooo cute! Great job on the tutorial also.ReplyDelete
nanettemt at yahoo dot com
I love the card. Thank you for the tutorial.ReplyDelete
Great job on the tutorial. I have some wobbles, but it is nice to know how to make smaller ones:) TFS, your awesome.ReplyDelete
I believe you just got yourself another follower! I have wanted to get some wobbles but thought there must be a way to make ones own. You proved my theory. Thank you for sharing and I can't wait to try making some. SharonReplyDelete