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Sunday, July 5, 2009

My First online video Tutorial ...rolled scallop Rose

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26 comments:

Michelle (mla1111) said...

Thanks for the tutorial! These roses look gorgeous...I am definitely going to try it!

Emily S said...

Thanks so much for making this! It's incredibly helpful to watch someone do it first hand. Your accent is beautiful!! Hope to see more from you soon!! :)

msfitzie said...

Cool video, nice accent! It was easy to follow and great instructions. Thanks for making the video!!!

Joanne said...

Perfect video Valita! I love your rose - quick and simple, but so effective.

So nice to hear your voice after all this time of looking at your work and seeing your photos!

Monica-FC said...

love the vidoe and how it was done., so easy to see the rose done. Thank you.

Ruth Yurchuck said...

I'm so happy you're back to blogging. I've missed you.

Your video and tutorial are so well done. Plan to use this over and over. Thanks for sharing your gift with us.

Tomi Hamlin said...

A very nice video and the rose is so pretty---but the music makes it very hard to hear what you are saying. So, if you can remove the music, your videos will be very good.
Blessings, Tomi Jo

Maxine said...

Valita!!!! Thank you so much for the video. My daughter said see mommy that's how you have to do it. Thanks again I got it now!

Sue Denning said...

Valita your tutorial was fantastic. Simply, clear instructions. I tried the rose just by viewing your blog but the tutorial was so much easier to understand. Thanks so much for taking the time to share this beautiful creation with us.

fabienne said...

Oh thanks a lot. I'm off to give it a try right now.

reeree62 said...

Valita, great video! Thanks so much for taking the time to show us!!
And, as others have said, it is nice to hear your voice after following the blog for so long!

Lovin' that accent! G'day!

Mad Mary said...

Thank you so much for doing the tutorial, i too love your accent and you have made this super easy to understand.

Thanks again.

Mary x

LuRae said...

It is so nice to have you back! I too missed you. And hearing your voice was wonderful. Thanks so much for showing us how to make the cute rose!

Fiona said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. You make it look so easy that I am going to have a go at it.

Anonymous said...

Great video Valita...hopefully you will do more in the future

Minerva

MariLynn said...

Valita, this is a wonderful video. I tried your rolled scallop roses on a couple of cards this week. I added a step of taking my scissors and making a notch every other scallop. It made the petals shape easier.

Gale said...

Hi Valita, So good to hear from you again and thank you so much for this video tutorial. I will definately will be having a go at this.
One question the oval you have used behind the rose, is this a punch?
Thanks again. Love Gale

Kathynruss said...

Loved watching and listening to your tute! You sound just like my Ozzy buddy Tracy in Ourimbah! Will have to give these roses a try. Thanks for sharing.

Deelite said...

Thanks for sharing your time. I have already tried the rose myself, which worked out wonderfully. The instructions were great! I am hoping that you will be doing more for us in stamping land. Your voice is so nice to hear in the US.

~* Tracy *~ said...

what a nifty little rose. Thank you for your video tutorial :)

Jennifer said...

Hi Valita! It's wonderful to hear what your voice sounds like after all this time! Congrats on making your first video tutorial! Very well done and I am anxious to make one of your pretty roses!

Blessings,
Jennifer

Laura said...

What a fun and beautiful way to make roses! Thanks so much for the video and blog tutorial, Valita! I hope to try this soon!
Sincerely,
Laura

Nyoka said...

Hi Valita!!! Beautiful tutorial!! I am heading to my craft room to give it a try!! See you on COC!
God bless
Nyoka

Sandra said...

This was a fantastic video! So very helpful, you explained it really clearly. Thanks so much!

kathynruss said...

I did try out your roses and even taught how to make them at my last workshop. Blogged a pic with a link to your tute. Thanks so much for sharing.

Jennifer Jackson said...

You're blog is fantastic! I'm so glad I found it. This rose is so pretty and looks easy. I can't wait to try it!