Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Teepee Card with Grateful Bunch and how to Video ......

Hello There,

Today I am sharing a Teepee Card and a how to video of how I made it, mine supports itself as soon as it comes out of the envolope so fantastic for the recipient,  I have used Grateful Bunch for one set  of cards and Perfectly wrapped for the other one,...

The video unfortunately misses the intro of me introducing myself , but I have had uploading issues a  plenty with this video and being my first full video don't mind the warts n all of it, .

I love these cards and one of my team made a tiny version that is just fabulous , But I will show you that another day,  They are so easy to make you will be surprised...


This one uses the Perfectly Wrapped Stamp set, I wanted to show it's not just for boxes.



Here is the video So please take a look and let me know what you think.


Take Care for now, xxx

8 comments:

  1. Fabulous video Kim! Loved it warts and all. Showing how to cover up a mistake is just as important as the actual card fold I think! Love how you've got it folded so it will open on arrival too! More please :-)

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  2. Very good Kim, loved watching you xxx

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  3. Well done Kim! I really enjoyed making this card.

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  4. Love your first video and the adorable teepee card!!!

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  5. Thank you for a great video , and thanks for showing how to cover a mistake .

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  6. Lovely card and excellent video xx

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  7. Thank you all for your fabulous comments, they really are all very much appreciated , Kim xxx

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  8. Well done Kim on your first video. It's great. Zx

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