Tutorial Tuesday - Flip Flop Card

Okay, I was in a hurry this morning trying to get my video tutorial done before I picked Tanner up from pre-school, so I forgot to take a picture of my card until after I uploaded my video to YouTube.

I like it when I put the card at the end of the video and I will try to slow down next time. I had problems with my camera this morning shutting off half-way through taping, so I had to create this card three times. I was getting a little frustrated. All right, more than just a little. You will see that subconsciously at the end of this video. I didn't even realize I did "that" until I watched it. LOL!

I have the camera in a different position this time. I learned this trick from Dawn at Stamp Til Dawn. She puts the camera in front of her and video tapes upside down. Then the program turns the video 180 degrees, so you can see it from her viewpoint. AWESOME! I tried this today and it worked. It is a lot easier taping this way than from the side or in back of me. I don't have to worry about getting my head in front of the camera. YAY! Thanks, Dawn!

Here is the card I made for this tutorial:


Enjoy the video!




Happy Stamping!


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3 comments:

Jeanne said...

Hey Kim!

Great video! You've been so good about creating and posting them while I have not! I'm really enjoying them.

I know what you mean about feeling frustrated when you have to start over and over again, but I think you did great!

Keep on sharing!

Connie said...

Wow! Would have never have known about your troubles watching this video. This is my favorite cmaera angle. Love the way you changed the colors from the oringinal card.

dasimonds said...

Great tutorial...
I have not tried this before.
You made it look faily easy...
I will give it a try.
Thanks for sharing!