Wednesday, May 26, 2010

My First Tutorial.....

I'm so excited, I created and uploaded my first video to YouTube today!!! Can you hardly believe it? I purchased my camera with HD recording capability, my wonderful Mom just happened to have a tripod hanging around she didn't need, to I said...."What the heck!!" I was up early this morning and the house was quiet, so I decided to give it a try. I learned alot and will change more things as I go...but not tooo bad for my first time out of the shoot!!!

Here is what the GrungePaper Roses look like....










So hope you enjoy the tutorial.....

32 comments:

peggylee said...

Whoooo Lynne awesome, perfect pearly video!!!! You go girl....Can't wait for the next one, and I have to make some grunge roses....thanks for sharing your talent.

Leah Crowe said...

Wahhhhhh I need to buy me some grungepaper!!! Where did you get yours from? Loved your video Lynne!! Great job :)

Dolores said...

Lynne you did a fabulous job, I want some of that grungepaper.

Sandi Johnson said...

fantabulous! love it!!!

Laurajean said...

these are gorgeous flowers Lynne...I definitely need some of that grungepaper and some of that liquid pearl...fab girl :)

AnItA mArIe said...

wow lynne beautiful roses and a top job on the tutorial...hugs Anita

Jodi said...

awesome tutorial!! I've got the ingredients, now to find time to give it a try!! TFS!

Dorrie said...

wow lynne.. these are great...
it was almost like being with tim again...lol...
awesome tutorial.. it looks nice and easy...love it!
congrats!

Anne Marie said...

Awesome Lynne! Great video!

Vieve said...

Loved the tutorial! What a smart idea for the cardboard box..it's one of those time I am like duh, why haven't I been doing that!

Going to have to try this one!

Carol said...

Great job on your tutorial! You are a terrific teacher and I love that you share your creativity.

Pearl Maple said...

Well done, this is a fun creative project, thanks for sharing with us all.

Deborah "DeBB!e" Ann Emmons said...

Great Job Lynne!! I enjoyed watching the video. You did a fabulous job on creating the video and the flowers are beautiful also. You may eventually see some of them popping up on a project I want to do in the near future. :-)

Dana said...

This was wonderful. Your first time hey! Hard to believe!

**Barbi** said...

I think you did a great job....thanks for the hands on, on Saturday!

Jennie said...

Hi Lynne, just made one of these, absolutely fabulous idea, thank you for showing
:)

Helen said...

Lynne, this is just amazing, thanks for sharing - I will definately be trying this version!!

jozarty said...

Thanks for a great tutorial and a different style of Grunge Paper Rose. Love them.
hpe you don't mind if I make a suggestion? It is to cut out a leaf or two from the card you mount the rose on before cutting the rest of the backing off. It's ready coloured to tone in and conveniently already attached.

Dragon said...

Well how brilliant was that!!! I have never seen the rose demoed so clearly and I am off to have a go shortly, I am so inspired... thanks
Frankie
xx

SannaS said...

Oh WOW!! What a FABULOUS rose!!! Great tutorial, thanks so much, gotta give it a try.. =)
Hugs, SannaS

Mary said...

wonderful tutorial :-))
I love to create flowers, a greeting from Italy Mary

karenm said...

great tutorial. I have seen this done with quilling paper but had not thought of doing it with grunge paper. thanks for sharing

Terry said...

Fabulous tutorial and beautiful roses! Thank you so much for sharing!

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Fab video tutorial. Beautiful roses, much quicker I think than the other grungepaper roses, will definitely be using this technique :-)
Anne xx

Linda Cain said...

Great tutorial! Always a treat to stop by here!

wwilloww said...

Got here via Hels' blog and boy am I glad!!! I love your rose and cannot believe that was your first video!!! I sure hope you fell in love with making videos and will be offering a lot more!! Those instructions were just crystal clear and I can't wait to make one of your roses!!!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Wonderful tutorial. Love the effects. Thanks so much.

Julie Forest said...

Lynne, these lil' grunge roses are awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your technique! And your tutorial was flawless! :)

Evelyn S. said...

Someone just posted a link to your tutorial....and I'm so glad! I think I might be able to do this one. (I'll have to order some Liquid Pearls, however.)

Thanks so much for the great tutorial; the roses are beautiful.

Chris said...

WOW ! I couldn't have found you at a better time. Love this tutorial and will be passing your link around to my friends. (maybe)
LOL

Linapyssel said...

WOW Lynne!!
This tutoral is sooo great and the roses you made are just to die for...I really wanna have a go right this minute but I only have grungeboard at home...hmmm I´ll try, I can maby make a huge rose to put on my scrapbook page??!!
Many hugs Lina

Wanda Cullen said...

Fantastic tutorial! I found your site through a link on Broni's blog...can't wait to try this!