Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Christmas Tree Tutorial

Happy Tuesday,

Todays offering is a tutorial for the Poinsettia Christmas tree I presented on Saturday, click HERE to see the original post.

Thankfully last night Mr Next Door helped with the filming, now he is not known for his patience so the idea of sitting still and holding a camera had him itching.  Therefore he rigged up a tripod above my desk so he didn't have to hold the camera!  this video is therefore a birds eye view, hope you all approve.

John x


12 comments:

  1. Hi John. Thank you (and Mr Next Door) for a great video. The birdseye angle worked so well. I could see everything that you did so clearly. I love this poinsettia decoration and am planning to make at least 3, 1 for our house and 2 for family. That will take an awful lot of handle turning so will have to wait and see if I manage them all : ) Take care

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  2. Great Video John, well done to Mr. next door, even if he didn't appear to do much! LOL. (I just wish I had an ebosser for this job).

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  3. Wonderful job. Looks like I,m redundant!!! LOL.
    You have such patience, unlike me.

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  4. Hi John,
    what a super video tutorial. Very clear instructions. I have bookmarked this in my tutorials to have a go at a later date. Thank you for your input Mr Next Door.
    Have a wonderful crafty day.
    Regards. Jenny L.

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  5. What a lovely project John and a great tutorial. Thanks also to Mr Next Door! Best wishes Jackie

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  6. Hi John
    Thank you Mr next door ,a great idea you had in rigging up a tripod as we had a great view of the excellent tutorial . Well done to you both .X

    Elaine H X

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  7. fantastic video ,so clear and easy to follow ,lovely result .Laura O

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  8. Hi John,
    Great video with very clear instructions. Great filming too, well done Mr Next Door.
    Lydia
    X

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  9. Fabulous tutorial John and Great filming from him next door. Must have a go at this. Thank-you so much for taking the time to do all the hard work to make it easier for all us crafters. Hugs Rita xxxx

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  10. Thanks John and Mr Next Door - great, easy to follow tutorial.I shall be having a go. Hope you both have a wonderful time sailing the high seas.
    By the way, had my flu jab this morning and was sent to the hospital for xrays. three hours later I'm home, heavily bandaged with firm instructions to keep my leg elevated for a week and then use the crutches for a week so I don't have to put my foot down. Great!!!
    Thanks for your help with the passport.
    Love Val x

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  11. Wonderful tutorial, thank you John and your cameraman was amazing, Wendy out of a job then, hope not. Will be giving this a go soon.

    Wilma x x

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  12. Great tutorial thank you so much Wynn xx

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