Monday, January 4, 2010

New Video Tutorial: Making Frames with Nestabilities

Happy Vday

Love is in the air…Its time for Valentine’s Day cards and this one has a video tutorial to go with it. :)

I got a Flip video camera for Christmas and let me tell you, it is SO easy to use!! YAY! I was able to make a quick video tutorial on how to make a frame using your Nestabilities. And by quick, I mean like 30 minutes from start to finish. Total. Awesome!
So, a new resolution has appeared after watching the video…I need to lose weight. And maybe try and remember to put some make up and things on before filming…oh well. This is just me. :)

Supplies: Stamps (Papertrey Ink Text Style I, Heart Prints) (Hero Arts Raindrop Design Block), Cardstock (Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate), Patterned paper (My Mind’s Eye), Ink (Versamark Watermark) (Palette Dark Chocolate), Buttons (Papertrey Ink Hibiscus), Ribbon (Offray), Twine (May Arts), Felt (Wal Mart), Spellbinders die templates (Classic Scalloped Circles Large, Classic Circles Small)

Here is a link to the video, if you need it: Making Frames with Spellbinders Nestabilities


thanks for stopping by!

20 comments:

Mary Dawn said...

i'm really impressed with the quality of the flip! thanks for sharing the tutorial :) and you look lovely, promise

Margie H said...

I've been thinking about that FLIP - totally awesome, better than I thought!

Oh, I think you can scratch that resolution...you look great!

Great card btw! xo

Jane Wetzel said...

Hey Kim! This is awesome! Thank you and I hope there will be many more coming! I have some felt here and now I am gonna dust it off! :)

Kelly Jo said...

yeah, you look great Kim. Honestly.

That card is absolutely adorable. I have some felt that I got- it's nice and stiff from Michaels and cuts great. I'm off to make frames when I get home from work!

Linda said...

Great card and grat video. Thanks for inspiring!

Gina said...

Totally Adorable card as ALWAYS Kim! :)

Angela Fehr said...

Kim! Loved the tutorial but I loved even more seeing how you store your nestabilities! I'm going to do that right away with mine!

Angela Fehr said...

Kim! Loved the tutorial but I loved even more seeing how you store your nestabilities! I'm going to do that right away with mine!

Angela Fehr said...

Kim! Loved the tutorial but I loved even more seeing how you store your nestabilities! I'm going to do that right away with mine!

Phillane E'lee said...

Thank you Kimberly for another wonderful idea and use of those die cuts. I will be playing with paper again.
Just for the record I think you look wonderful!
hugs,Pea

NancyK said...

Thanks for the great video Kimberly - and you look just fine! Get this - when I do my videos I do my makeup - then make sure my face never shows up on camera - go figure!

Linda Beeson said...

What great colors! LOVE the frame, love the hearts.

Sharli said...

Kimberly - what a great tutorial! I never knew the nesties could cut felt!?! I'm very excited to try this one! Thank you for the inspiration - - -

Charlene Austin said...

OMG~~~it's perfect. What a precious card!!

Don't be silly about your appearance----you are perfect!

cindy said...

Beautiful card:)

Vickie said...

tee-hee ~ I thought it was really sweet, like having a good friend over for a "play-day", and who cares about appearances for a play-day?

Debbie Olson said...

Kimberly, I love this--great colors and layout! BTW, what kind of Flip did you get? I had the first one, and I don't like it--have to be five feet away to focus. What version is yours, and how far do you have to be from your work for it to focus properly?

Thanks!!

Debbie

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

I love this card so so much Kim! And great video, but I would love to see your smiling face too:)! Hugs, hope all is well!

Sylvia said...

Thanks for this great tutorial. I am pretty new to Spellbinders and I love them but all these little tips help me soooooooo much.

Nancy B said...

Can't you just put both of the nesties on the magnetic plate at the same time to cut the frame? I've done it, but didn't know if there was a reason not to do it that way.