Lo’s been re-teaching me how to edit video. Don’t know if you remember my last attempt all those moons ago in the far distant past over here… Well, I’m back in the saddle. Here’s my second little video tutorial.
A pre-Easter moving gift for you… Enjoy!
I should not fail to mention Lo’s – that’s my husband, btw – input in this project. Suffices to say, I would still be at the computer breaking things if it weren’t for him saving me from myself. Thanks Lo. You are my love.
And thank you to Jill as well. For encouraging me back up on the video horse. So glad to have found you in the vast ether. Let’s keep supporting each other ok?
Me diverti muito mesmo! Obrigada!
Morena Ciambra Dreamartdolls says
Thank you! That would make a wonderful Easter Egg Stand.
Thanks for the video tutorial. Love the flower. Would be fun for anyone… and no unusual supplies to buy!
Althea Lewis says
Simple beauty from such humble beginnings. I have a drawer full of TP rolls in my bath just waiting for something like this. You have inspired me once again!
M A R I A N A says
I just made it and looooove ot. You are a geniusof this stuff, im off looking st more of your tutorials. Muchas gracias!
This is so pretty, and so you, Michelle! I knew from the one picture in my blog feed that this was yours!
Jane LaFazio says
well done Michele and Lo!
Amy at Ameroonie Designs says
Michele- you never cease to amaze! I see all sorts of wonderful creations arising from this jumping off point. And the video was wonderful.
Brilliant Michele – both the idea and the video tutorial!! I'm off to follow the link to see your first video now!!
Love the video, and the flower, too!
Gwen @ Gwenny Penny says
Very cool, Michele. I really like the video 🙂
So nice to hear you 🙂 and the idea is so cool, the flowers look lovely. Thank you so much for sharing.
Michelle L. says
That was wonderful – what a gift to your readers! Love that flower, it just has such flair. I agree, that lovely Aussie Jill is so encouraging!
Sandra Ryan says
This is the best TP roll craft I've ever seen.
Fun idea and great recycle! You might want to use a black pen/Sharpie, as your pencil lines aren't visible. Thanks for sharing.