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Feb 20, 2010

My Very First Video Tutorial!!! Fabric Flower Embellishments

OK. I finally took the plunge. This is my first video tutorial.... so please be kind. ;) I think this was take #5 & my voice was about shot at that point. It's so hard to hear yourself talking. LOL!

Anyway... this is a video I made showing how I make fabric flower embellishments. I hope it makes sense and is helpful to you. Let me know what you think & if you have any questions! :)



43 comments :

  1. This was such a great, helpful tutorial and I LOVED hearing your voice my friend!

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  2. HOLY SMOKES! i was going to try it after watching Court's tutorial, but now I know I can do it! thanks chickie, and that is one awesome card!! :)

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  3. Great job on your video! You really did a great job for your first video. Thanks for the awesome tutorial. Blessings and Hugs!

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  4. You did a really good job on your video Julie! You should definitely do more. Nice work! Mary P.

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  5. wonderful video and tutorial.. thks for sharing.. I will definitely hv to try these! Now I gotta find some fabric around here!

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  6. Wow Julie..I am so proud of you and your great video tutorial!!! I love these flowers and plan to make lots of them :D

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  7. Fantastic job Julie! Very easy to understand, you did great! I hope you will plan to do more.
    Have a great Sunday, and thank you for sharing this!

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  8. this was wonderful, Julie! really cute and easy!nice work.

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  9. Fantastic job with your first video tutorial, Julie!! Your fabric flowers are so pretty, and make a wonderful embellishment!! Thanks a bunch!

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  10. Great tutorial! So clear with your instructions! Thanks so much for doing it. jenny

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  11. very cute! might give it a try :)

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  12. Thanks for sharing, Julie! I have been seeing so many of these cute fabric flowers... think I may have to try one myself ;)

    Chelsea

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  13. Fabulous tutorial Julie. Thanks so much for doing video. Love the card with flower it does add just the right touch to card.

    Nettie

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  14. Thanks for the great tutorial. I will definitely make some of these for my card projects--and even for some cute projects for my granddaughters! :o)

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  15. thanks chickie- here's my card using your tute!! http://thewillowgarden.blogspot.com/2010/02/happy-monday_22.html

    I ended up using zip dry since i didn't have fabritac, (I don't plan on washing it!! ;) it worked well also!

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  16. Very Nice, well-done tutorial, Julie. Your blog rocks. You have many gifts, and share them well. Hope this is just the first of many.

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  17. Excellent tutorial! Thanks for sharing it. That would be tough to explain, video is so helpful.
    Your card, as usual, is too cute! I wonder how you made the white stitch marks around the edge.
    I look forward to your posts, projects and encouraging words.

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  18. Thanks for the tutorial--love putting a voice with your pic;) You always make such cute projects--LOVE IT:)

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  19. Great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing, I can't wait to try this out! : )

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  20. O yes super video LOVE it
    thank u so much. Now we want more U have no excuses..:O)
    Hugs

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  21. Wonderful video and tutorial..

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  22. Fantastic video tutorial! Thanks so much for that tip. I can't wait to try it out.

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  23. Super job on the video, can't wait to try it!! Thanks for the inspiration, your card is adorable!

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  24. Your tutorial was awesome! Thank you so much- you made the flower making look so easy... I'm going to try making some today! Thanks again!

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  25. Great tutorial! I love making those flowers, but I have never used that glue. I will have to try that! I noticed that our wedding rings are very similar! How neat is that?! :)

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  26. Hi Julie,
    I just discovered your blog today. I am looking forward to more of your video tutorials. I think you did a good job with it. One suggestions on the filming, you may want to the camera directly above you because as you were putting the Fabri-tac on the fabric, all I could see was your hand. otherwise good...I have a question about the fabric flower. I saw you put it on a card and think that is a great idea but is that a card that you will actual mail or hand deliver? If you mail it, do you use a regular A2 Envelope or something bigger?
    thanks,
    Ali

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  27. Ali - Thanks for the video tips. Believe me... if you saw the contraption I used to accomplish what view I did have... you would probably be shocked. LOL! Let's just say... it envolved a lot of tape. ;) Once I can find a large tri-pod, I'm sure the video quality will improve. (fingers crossed)

    As far as mailing the cards - I would probably put it in a bubble envelope or hand deliver it.

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  28. Julie, Thank you so much for teaching us to do the lovely little flower. I thought it looked *weird* while you were making it, but when you showed the card, it was perfectly ADORABLE. Love it! and wonderful job on the video for a first time... it will improve with time I am certain! Thank you again!

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  29. Love love love this tutorial, found it from a link on Jen McGuire's blog. First time stopping here, but I will for sure come back and visit! Thanks for sharing it!

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  30. Great video and great tutorial on the flower ...... cannot wait to give it a try!!!

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  31. Hey!.. thanks for the tutorial!. esp. for the leaves! :D

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  32. Great job on your first video! The flower is great. I'm thinking flowers on clothing for my granddaughter. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Very good tutorial! Thank you so much! I can't wait to try this....

    hugs,
    Jennifer L

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  34. It's simply great, thank you for sharing! I love flower embellishments!

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  35. Great tutorial...and I love your little denim rose! tfs

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  36. this is awesome! too cute. thanks for sharing - you are incredibly talented.

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  37. Cute fabric flowers! Great tutorial!

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  38. This is just as cute and easy as can be. I can even do it!! Thanks!!!

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  39. LOVED your wonderful tutorial, Julie!! I finally tried it, and loved how it turned out, so I showed my girls at my card class this past weekend how to do it too! Here's what I made, if you'd like to see: http://stampinlibby.blogspot.com/2010/03/fabric-flowers.html Thanks again for the fabulous inspiration!!

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