My newest Moda Bake Shop Project is up today and I'm really. . . really. . . excited about it. . . so, go check it out and remember to leave a comment here on my blog and on Moda's Bakeshop. . . because I'm having a GIVEAWAY.
I will custom make 3 Faux Cami's for 3 different winners. The winner's will give me their customized measurement and then let me know which 1 of the 10 Moda Bella Colors that they'd like to use for their Faux Cami. I'm also going to throw in a tool bracelet for each winner. Since NOTE: I'm out of bali beads so, I will be using swarovski crystals instead. The winners will pick the colors of the crystals I use and the tag/flower color.
The CAMI COLOR CHOICES: (L to R) black, red, purple, aqua, green, peach, cream, blue, pink, and white.
- Leave a comment on this post for one entry.
- Leave a comment on Moda Bakeshop and come back here to leave another separate comment telling me you left a comment on the Bakeshop for one entry.
- Watch the video then leave me another separate comment telling me you watched the video for one entry.
- Make a Faux Cami for you or a friend and come back to leave me another separate comment telling me you made the Faux Cami for one more entry.
- Become a follower or state that you are a follower of my blog and leave another comment.
FYI: Several comments have been left by "no-reply" bloggers. So, this is just a reminder that I will need a way to contact you if I pick you as a winner. If I happen to pick a "no-reply" comment as a winner I will have to put it back and pick another name. Thanks!
August 20th at Midnight. You have two weeks to leave comments and then I will announce the winner on Sunday, August 22nd (sometime during the day).
I had a lot of fun making this video tutorial but, it's really much harder than it looks. I thought it would be easy yet after hitting the record button several times and then forgetting what I was going to say, I finally stopped and wrote a little script. I eventually got it right (I thought) and then when I replayed the video I realized that I called it pin-striping instead of pin-tucking. lol. So. . . I had to re-shoot the video again, it was very funny.
I finally got a video tutorial that was acceptable enough to put up on Youtube for all to see. You can see it in HD widescreen on Youtube. FYI: On my blog and Moda's blog it cuts off the right side of the video.
Just so you know the How to Attach a Snap video can also be seen here on this post. I hope you enjoy it and your welcome to giggle with me at my mistakes. I kept dropping the snaps and then I kept hesitating because I couldn't think of what to call the different parts of the snap.
Thank you for your support in all of my creative efforts. It's always so fun to dream, create, and make things for myself and others.
Good LUCK to Everyone!!!!