Video Tutorials

Here's a question for everyone: 
What media do you use for your video tutorials?

Do you just have a flip share camera video you download or a regular camera on a tripod,...your computer camera?

What forms of video and editing do you find the easiest for you or the best as far as quality and funtions? 

I'm a complete techno-idiot,
so the word EASY really interests me. 

But, being a bit of an anal perfectionist
(not always a good thing!),
I want to make sure the quality is good enough
for people to see clearly.

I'm asking because I've had people tell me they would like to see a video tutorial of a few of the earring wire styles
that I create and have for sale over on my

After you answer my questions about the types of video you use and download, what types of earring wire styles or other jewelry tutorials would you want to see?

I've seen so many really good jewelry videos but a couple of the one's that stand out for me are the ones by
B'Sue's Boutiques and the ones on Beaducation
I also like the ones that Szarka Carter 
with Magpie Gemstones does, too. 

All are completely different kinds of videos as far as the settings they are in and how they approach each subect - but they are all packed with excellent information, great techniques and loads of helpful hints and tips.

Click on the names above to go to a few of their videos and check them out - you'll be glad you did!

Have fun creating this week and be sure to give me some feedback - what you like, what you've tried, what you don't like, etc.

Any info or feedback at all is greatly appreciated!!

Until Next Time,
Peace, Love and Learning New Things!


  1. I would love to see videos on your signature earwires, except that I probably could not make them as good as you, so keep the sales coming! Uploading your videos to YouTube, does that make sense? ... Happy 2012!

  2. Thanks for the input Regina! My signature ones are the ones people were asking me the most about - so that's probably the ones I'll do. Plus I've taught those at some of the work shops I did when I taught a couple of times at during the Tucson Bead shows.

    And, I bet you could do them just as well as I do! :)

    Yes, I was thinking You Tube would be good with a page on my blog/website for them, too. I'm not sure the flip camera I have will have the quality I want but I guess I'll just have to jump in and see what happens and tweak things as I go!;)


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