Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Instructional videos for various scrapbooking and card making techniques

If you like to see someone actually demonstrating the latest product or technique, there are several places you can go. Here are three of my favorites to get you started.

Creating Keepsakes instructional videos--from stamp storage to the Canon Selphy to aged copper. http://www.creatingkeepsakes.com/videos/index.ihtml?idx=36

Fiskars TV Studio. They usually have guests from various companies drop by to share scrapbooking tips/techniques. For example, Stacy Croninger (editor in chief of Paper Crafts magazine) showed one of her favorite card making techniques a few weeks back. Fiskars has some of the best webisodes/instructional videos available. http://www.fiskarscrafts.com/tv/

CreativeXpress Nth degree--Their latest video shows us how to use a ceramic plate, vinyl and her Cricut to make an amazing, and I must say very creative, dry erase message board. This is their latest episode but they also teach many scrapbooking techniques using a variety of products. http://creativexpress.com/nth/index.php


...and, click on the title to the post to go to Provo Craft's product video page. There are videos of Cricut, Cuttlebug, Knift Knitter, Coluzzle and Tile Board Art. You've probably already noticed that there's a video of one of their new products when you first log in to http://www.provocraft.com/index.php

3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for posting this. You help us out so much. Your blog is like a one stop shop. Everytime I visit, I learn that there is even more that my Cricu (Kosmo) can do.
    Thanks,
    Lori
    http://livelaughscrap.blogspot.com

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  2. Sorry, I'm still new to this
    That was the wrong blog.
    Correct one is:
    http://livelaughscrap-leedle.blogspot.com

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  3. Lori-

    Thank you so much, what a truly nice thing to say! I was more than happy to add your blog to the list of blogs with cut files.

    Let me know if there are any questions you have about Cricut and/or if there's anything you'd like to see on the site.

    Take care, Gracie

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