Thursday, December 2, 2010

My First How To Video

Hi Everyone, I was telling a new friend about the ATG gun holder I made. She asked for directions. So the birth of my first how to video.
I have no idea how to edit video so be patient. I did it three times to get this. The good part is that I have a give away at the end of the video. OK here we go.






Now if you watched to the very end you know that I have a couple ATG holders to give away. Just leave a comment telling me that you would like your name in the give away. I would love it if you told a friend or two.
Thanks for stopping,



PS I just read about this great sale at Just A Scrappin

44 comments:

LeAnne said...

I am SO impressed......I wouldn't know how to use a drill if it bit me in the nose! Or how to do a video! Awesome little contraption.....mine DOES need a holder, so you should definitely pick me. LOL!!!!!!

Jen's Creation Station said...

This is wonderful! You did a great job! A woman with power tools! I love power tools, too. I would love one of these stands for my pink ATG! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

jenscreationstation@hotmail.com

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

wow. put me in for sure. where have you been hiding that talent????

hugs :)

Nicecrane Designs said...

Wowww Linda What a neat idea,, i don´t use an ATC gun but your idea is fantastic oh my,,,,, Amzing video,,,,congratulations,......

Dawn said...

Linda I love this! I was so happy to hear your voice- it puts a voice to the face.
I think you did a great job.I miss using tools, it has been awhile since I have played.
I would love one of these great ideas.
I have to ask how you got the blocks so clean, and all the sticker and yuck off? I have a whole bag full of sticky blocks and still have labels.
Great job sweetie

Alyssa Leanne said...

What an awesome idea! I love it, I'm not very handy with tools myself so I would never have come up with something like this. Great job on the video!

Alyssa

Heather said...

Wow! Very creative! I would love to win one for my ATG gun!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

My Creative Time said...

O M G!!! I am SOOO IMPRESSED MY FRIEND!!! I AM SOOO THRILLED TO SEE THAT SOMEONE ELSE LOVES TOOLS JUST AS MUCH AS I DO!!! WHOOHOO!! LAST YEAR I TOLD MY DAD THAT I WANTED A NEW ELECTRIC SCREWDRIVER AND A NEW HAMMY!!! I WOULD LOVE LOVE LOVE ONE OF THOSE STANDS MY FRIEND! MY DAD WOULD BE SO PROUD OF YOU TOO!;)
BIG GYPSY HUGS,
EMMA;)

Pink Cricut said...

Oh my --what a great idea-- how useful and to recycle those old stampin' up blocks!! you are a genius--and guess what? I have a pink drill even!! :)

Thanks for sharing!

Tracy said...

Great idea!
I too love my power tools. Hubby gets me tools and I get him kitchen gadgets, LOL.
Thank you for sharing this Linda.

Created By Renae said...

I am very impressed and would love one of those for my big ATG!!

Thanks for sharing!!

:) Renae

PXH said...

Congratulations on your first video! Hip Hip Hooray. Thanks for sharing your fabulous ideas - yes, please count me in for an opportunity to win one of your ATG holders. If I am so lucky, it will have a nice home with me. I can be reached at Halloranpx at aol dot com

Lucky J said...

This is a great idea. Would love to be entered into drawing. If I don't win may have to put husband to work on his day off.

Carrie said...

great idea.... and congrats on your first video!!!
I would love to get in on the giveaway as well..
Carrie
my2sons311 at verizon dot net

Victoria's Keepsakes said...

I am very impressed. I have a good friend that can handle tools like that. I now have 3 ATG guns and would love to win one of your holders. Thanks for sharing the video.

Anonymous said...

Congrats on your first video. This stand is awesome because I am forever laying my ATG gun down on the table and something are always sticking to the glue. This is an excellent idea!!! I wouldn't mind winning this.... :)

mblahey@mts.net

quilt4fun2 said...

Great job on first video and a great idea! Thank You for sharing how it is done. Power tools rock!
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would love my name to be entered to win. Thank you.

Leticia
scrapbook_butterfly@ymail.com

1jmass said...

What a great idea. I love the idea of using the wood from my stamps. I took them off of the wood to save space, but now I still have the wood because I cannot seem to let it go. Your explanation was easy to follow, but I would LOVE to receive one that you made rather than attempting it myself.

Britni said...

What a fanastic idea. I love it!!! You did a great job. Thanks for the idea.

BDRains2003@gmail.com

Sharon said...
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Lila Castro said...

Hi Linda
Lovely, I adore all the things you do, thanks a lot for your comment in my blog.
= Congrats on your first video, great job!!
Lila

Mandy said...

Hey Linda this is Ab fab! what a great idea and all made from recycled objects too. I love it when people find useful ways to use seemingly useless items. Look forwrd to more inspirational ideas from you. I would love to have one of these for my scrappy room!

Craftyhomemade said...

Wow, you're awsome, I love it. My atg will be happy with one. You did a great tutorial.

Indira

Gloria said...

what a great idea!!! thanks for sharing. would luv to win one of your ATG holders. awesome!

Claudia said...

Such a nice job with the video... you would never believe it was your first if you hadn't said so. Good for you, girl! I'd love to have my name placed in line to win one of those neat ATG holders. It would save so much space.... and... I'd be able to find the dang thing! TFS

Tamie said...

Wow, crafty and handy with tools. You rock! I think you did an amazing job of your first video, I sure wouldn't know where to begin with making one. Your idea is awesome and I really love the fact that you put the stampin up blocks to use. Who wouldn't love a space saver.

I have become a follower of yours too and thank you so much for your awesome comments on my blog and for following you made my night last night. It is the best meeting new crafters for inspiration.

I would love to have a chance to win one of your niffty creation. So could you please put my name in the draw. THank you so much for the video. Hugs from wintery Alberta.

Gloria Westerman said...

That is awesome!!!!!Awesome job with your first video... You really should patent this......the ATG makers would love to have this idea....or maybe you should contact them.....
What you need is a cordless screwdriver....would make your job so much easy.....I love my DH tools...(he don't used them I do)....also there's a company that makes pink tools too....
Ok...that's enough rambling....would you please put my name in your pot for fabulous tool....and thank you for sharing...Merry Christmas!!!

Paulette said...

That is so great...I am always getting my gun stuck to paper. I would love to have one of those. You did an awesome job.

pmmaxgpt@aol.com

Christine said...

Silly ol' me I left a comment on Christina's blog...duhh. :o

Blogger Christine said...

Hi Linda! I watched your video it was super cool.

I missed a little of how you screwed the blocks together bc I guess it's hard to stay in camera when your using a WAY cool power tool! Otherwise the video is perfect!

Great idea thanks for sharing.

((NY HUGS))

-christine

December 1, 2010 11:31 AM

PS I love your video and would love to be in your generous drawing you truly are a genius!!

Leanne said...

Hi Linda, thanks for the nice comments on my blog, and I love your video, nicely done, I don't have a webcam, maybe one day. Thanks for sharing that project, can't wait to see what else you come up with...

Happy Craftn'

Staying Crafty said...

Look at you with your woodworking skills! Reminds me of woodshop, which I totally sucked at *LOL* :)

TeresaK said...

Very cool...I am impressed that you could make those so easily! I would LOVE LOVE LOVE To win one!

Liz said...

So ingenous, (you said countersink hehe) That impressed me most!!! I will definately have my hubby watch this video I want one!!!! TFS
Liz

Lizabratt(at)comcast(d0t)net

Maria said...

What a great idea, I love your ATG holder! Please add my name in the giveaway, I would so love to win one of these!!!

Thanks for the chance.

Jen said...

Awesome video!!! What a great idea.... I would love to win one of these for my Pink ATG gun...This ROCKS!!!
hugs,jen
jennyscards.blogspot.com
jenniferhogge07@yahoo.com

Barbara said...

Pick me Pick me!!!!! Such a neat idea. You handle that drill like a pro! Thanks for the chance to win.

barbara614@insightbb.com

Anonymous said...

wow, I'd be willing to buy one from you, do you sell them? Let me know. I just bought my first ATG gun last weekend.
Marilyn
brysonmc@rogers.com

Sara said...

How very clever. Love the recycling idea of using the blocks. It would be great to have one for my ATG. Aloha, Sara

SaraBB@hawaii.rr.com

Carol's Sweet Creations! said...

Oh wow... You are so handy there! I love the idea of recycling the blocks. Great job!!! I would so love to have one for my pink ATG gun! I hope I get one :0). Thanks for stopping by my blog, for your sweet comment and for the chance to win! Have a blessed day.
Hugs, Carol L.

Ms. Jen said...

Look at you go girl! Your the master at tools. What a great idea and I love that you showed us exactly how to do it. Thanks for all your sweet comments on my blog. You did a great job explaining this.

Hugs - Jen

ThePurplePlace said...

WOW! I'm totally impressed that you have your own power tools and know how to use them! You Go GIRL!!

I'm lucky if I can use an eyelet setter...and I use a Crop A Dile!!

You did a fantastic job on your video too! :)

PS: I am commenting on your skill, you do NOT need to include me in your drawing, but I do thank you!!

CathyinMN said...

I'm impressed. You do crafts and you also can use power tools! I don't do the tool thing, I leave that to my husband. I would love to be included in the giveaway for an ATG gun holder. If I don't win, I'll have to ask DH to watch your video and make one for me. TFS!

Anonymous said...

Hi I just watched this video, I didn't see where you had drawn for the holder. I think that is such a wonderful idea. I would like to be entered in the drawing or would be willing to buy a holder if you consider selling one. Thanks such a brilliant idea.
dajante@yahoo.com