Stampin’ Up! Buttons and Blossoms Simply Pressed Molds and a Glue Gun – Who Would Have Thought?

My very first video attempt so please don’t judge too harshly, especially because I was the videographer, too. Any of my future videos will include the footage without my voice in the background but instead will include good music and typed verbiage on the screen because I do not like the sound of my own voice and think they will be much more enjoyable with music and some key words. A big “THANK YOU” goes out to the talented Leslee Harms who edited the video and made some great improvements for me. So here goes nothing, don’t laugh too hard please …


About Theresa

As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I am one of those rare people who loves what they do and get to share what they love. And I love stamping! It's all about having fun and making great friends! I’m here to be your creative coach, give you fun ideas, share special offers, and, of course, teach you about fantastic stamping products. The content of this blog is my sole responsibility as an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator and the use of and content of the classes, services, or products offered on my personal blog, are not endorsed by Stampin' Up!
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4 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Buttons and Blossoms Simply Pressed Molds and a Glue Gun – Who Would Have Thought?

  1. You should be proud for your first video. : )

  2. jlfstudio says:

    Thanks Theresa for sharing another cool new use for the molds. Never would have occurred to me to try hot glue in them. Brilliant! And a fine first video. No harsh judgements here and your voice was fine. Only thing I’d love to see is a close up shot of the finished and the embellished buttons and flowers you created. The camera was a bit far to see really what they come out looking like. Any chance you could take a closeup picture and add that to your post?
    Thanks again…and great job!

  3. jlfstudio says:

    Well duh…I just put the video on full screen mode and got a better look at the finished product. Sigh…some days I really am blonde.

    • Theresa says:

      No worries, the camera is far away but I am glad that you could see a better sized image. I had the iPad balancing on the shelf above my work area because I don’t have the fancy smancy camera equipment, yet and I was by myself and didn’t have someone there to video tape me. I could have asked someone but since it was my first one, I was a little to embarrassed and wanted to see how it went without an audience. hehe Thanks for watching and giving feedback, it is greatly appreciated!

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