I love watching process videos. If you're not a die hard scrapbooker, you may not be familiar with the term - it refers to videos wherein a scrapbooker records herself scrapbooking. Usually the video is sped up and narrated, and the creator talks about her mindset, products and techniques used. I love seeing how other people work and hearing the thought process behind decisions. I'm always inspired and I frequently learn new things.
Needless to say, I've wanted to make one for a long time. Oh, to be a cool kid! But there's a lot of stuff to figure out. How do you mount a camera? How the hey how you edit videos? Or add the narration?? It was all overwhelming, so I didn't do it. Until I said something to Kerig, who became a dog with a bone until we ironed out enough details to at least make me try it.
Here's the layout that I made:
And here's the link to the video: Holla for Challah
I used SketchBook Pro - an app on my Kindle - to write the word Challah. I then saved it as a .jpg file, imported it into the Silhouette software, traced it, did a little offset to fatten it up for easier cutting and cut it out. I'm tickled with how it turned out.
I used Bebas Neue for the word "HOLLA" - and it's cut from Amy Tangerine's Plus One paper "Counterpart" I mention the My Mind's Eye alpha stickers - I used it for the word "for" but I failed to turn my camera back on, and it's also where I got the "Amazed by you" and "in love" stickers.
Okay, that's about it! Go watch the video! :D
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