Sunday, 3 February 2013

OUR FIRST EVER YOUTUBE VIDEO TUTORIAL.....

Our first ever YouTube video tutorial is now up, and ready to be watched.  Its not totally perfect but hey ho it is our first ever (and a bit nerve-wracking to be starring in to be honest!).  Because its a first we thought we would start at the very beginning and show you how to mount and stamp our unmounted red rubber stamps - as we do get asked a lot about this.  However if this is a bit too basic for you - lol - we are going to do lots more tutorials on lots of different crafty subjects in the future.  Hope you like it?!

 Jean x

24 comments:

Ineke van den Akker said...

Wonderful! Well done!

Marianne said...

I did like it!! Hope to see more.
xxx
Marianne

Tinkertaylor said...

Well done Jean I know how nervous you must have felt but it didn't show on the video. Looking forward to the next installment.

ionabunny said...

Well done both. Looking forward to more. Those bunnies again!! Love the crystal crown. Thanks for the tips

Redanne said...

Well done Jean and Malcolm on a great job! Love the bunnies too.

Daniele said...

congratulations Jean, first of many....well hopefully
hugs and best wishes

Rita said...

What a fantastic achievement Jean & Malcolm. I have not been stamping for very long and still find sometimes I'd like top know more. Well Done to both of you. You serve us well. Hugs Rita xx

Lizzie51 said...

Lovely clear instructions Jean. I hope it's the first of many.

May said...

Well done Jean & Malcolm... Great video... will follow you on utube.... Hugs May x x x

xxx Myra xxx said...

well done!!!!

Carole Z said...

Super video..looking forward to the next one! I have to say, ever since I bought the bunny stamp, I just can't stop using it :) Carole Z X

craftattack said...

Super video, and a great idea, which will be a good start help for a lot of newbies! Hugs, Valerie

Sophie said...

Hallo Jean,
das ist ein großartiges Video, ich bin begeistert. Ihr macht das super für das erste Mal.
Auch wenn ich schon seit Jahren stempel, ist das doch schön, mal wieder alles genau zu sehen, und zwar von Anfang an.
Ich schicke den Link sofort an meine Nichte, die grade mit dem Stempeln anfängt. Es wird ihr sehr helfen.
Vielen, lieben Dank.
Ich freue mich schon auf weitere Videos.
Ganz liebe Grüße von Sophie xx

Netty said...

It was great to see you at last Jean and congratulations on a successful video demonstration which am sure is the first of many to come. x

Gio said...

Gorgeous video, Jean, and very useful!! Love your sample at the end, so inspiring. Get to use my CI notepad as background for stamping!

Hope to see more in the future.

Bea said...

fab video - look forward to seeing others

coco said...

Oh, this is a perfect video and it's really nice to see you !! Look forward to seeing more in the future ! :) Coco x

Craftyfield said...

Loved the video too ! Looking forward to more and to see how you create your works of art.

Mo said...

What a great 1st video, Jean and Malcolm. I look forward to many more.

Miss Bohemia said...

I loved your tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing the video with us - it was fun to both watch and learn.

Jen

Lucy Edmondson said...

Such a clearly explained video. Some of my friends don't mount their stamps so I will point them in this direction for the instructions. Hope to see lots more videos,

Lucy x

Linda Kirk said...

Well done - excellent video. Interested to see that you didn't remove the "coating" on the stamp with sellotape before inking it up. I shall look out for more of these demos on youtube.

Silvis Kreativstube said...

Hallo Jean,
vielen Dank für das tolle Tutorial. Es hat mir sehr geholfen. Ich weiß jetzt wie man Stempel montiert. Die Kartenmuster sind sehr schöne Anregungen für mich. Ich würde mich über weitere Tutrials sehr freuen. Liebe Grüße Silvi

cardgirl said...

Very clear & concise instructions. You make the mounting look so easy. I struggled with Kling on & so do use tape runner. It seems to work just fine. Really hope to enter one of your challenges soon; when I have enough nerve, lol. Congrats on video!! Caroline :))