Saturday, January 14, 2012

Hero Arts Video Tutorial :)

Hi everyone! Happy Saturday! 

From my Hero Arts Catalog Hop post on Friday, I got allot of requests for a tutorial on the Hero Arts Large Flower Background stamp. So since I haven't done a video in a long time, I thought I would make one. But I couldn't find my FLIP camera so I had to use my phone. So the videos are a little jumpy but if you have any questions about any of the instructions I give, just send me an email :)

Here is the card I designed that I am using for this video tutorial:



This stamp is the Hero Arts Large Flower Background stamp. It's a GORGEOUS stamp!

Here is a close up of the flowers:


And a straight on view:



Sorry the video is narrow, I took it on my iPhone.


Here is PART 1 of my video tutorial:


And here is PART 2:


I am also entering this in the current HERO ARTS contest - LOVE & HUGS & KISSES. And the Moxie Fab World Challenge - The Cutting and Trimming challenge.

Hope you enjoyed this video tutorial, sorry I get nervous when doing a video LOL. 

CHA is getting SO close!! I hope to meet some of you there! I will be there Sun-Tues. If you're not going and would love updates from CHA, follow me on Twitter and Facebook, I will be doing lots and lots of FB & Tweeting. The links are on my sidebar ---->

If you have any questions about this tutorial, shoot me an email.
Have a wonderful weekend! :) :) :)

Jenny Suchin

19 comments:

Dawn said...

love your colouring Jenny. This is a pretty stamp.

Laurel said...

OUtstanding! Love this! Thanks for the video.. I am going to try and color a flower using your video technique and see what happens. Oh, I had the same problem at first, as I use my Iphone to film all my videos. All you want to do is hold it sideways until you see the little camera icon turn so the phone recognizes its on its side and then you will get a horizontal film versus vertical.. :) Thanks so much for the video. Can't wait to try it.

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Paula (PEP) said...

I too love paper piecing & had to smile when you said about trying to hold the camera at the same time. I did a bow tying tutorial & ended up with 15 step by step photos puttting the camera down & doing it with myself as I went along. This was so helpful for me as I've struggled with the Copics but am determined to get to grips with them this year.
Paula (PEP)

Karen said...

how beautiful...

Renee said...

LOL, I can't even begin to imagine doing a video so I feel for ya! I think you did wonderful though, I really enjoyed the beautiful coloring, and seeing Evergreen Bough in action (hadn't seen it yet!). Good luck in the contests you entered, oh and I'm loving your new TCM owl stamp set, use it constantly ;)

CinnamonSally said...

Wow thanks for the video Jenny, so informative. your card is stunning.

Unknown said...

That is my favorite stamp!

Julia Aston said...

Wow - these flowers just jump off the page - what wonderful coloring technique!

jan said...

Your card is stunning!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Nervous or not, your card is stunning!! Thanks for showing HOW you colored it! Very helpful~

Annette said...

wow this is amazing...love how you used your iPhone for your video...great coloring and awesome design..

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

This is stunning, I wish I could color like that thanks for the great tutorial!
Lisa

Sassy P said...

Pretty paper piecing. Nice coloring -thanks for the video coloring tips.

Christine said...

Your card is stunning...enjoyed the video..TFS

Tiffany said...

So stunning and vibrant Jenny! Adore this!

chrystinanoel.com said...

Your video was great, I loved learning this technique - those markers are awesome. Also, I'm impressed by your ability to hold the iPhone while doing that, A+

Cath said...

Hey Jenny! Thanks for linking this up to the Cutting & Trimming Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

This is so gorgeous, Jenny! I have this stamp too. (Isn't it the most enjoyable image to colour?) LOVE your colouring and such a sweet smart way to add the sentiment.