I would suggest that if you use the word tutorial in your video-clip title then one would expect to receive instructions (verbal or written) and not just you pointing or chatting about your creation and what you did (in no particular order). I dare to say that although your project may be absolutely lovely and ideas can be drawn from it, that does not constitute it as a tutorial!
I wanted to find a tutorial on how to create a basic center step card, so that's what I searched on "Center Step Card Tutorial" and several videos showed up. Being logical I only clicked on titles that had the word tutorial...well I must have clicked on at least 8 of them suckers to discover they were not tutorials ... OMG...why call it a tutorial! I was getting very frustrated when finally a lady with a British accent began to speak instructions while showing them on the screen.
Thanks be to the heavens...and then at the end of the tutorial, she added a link for printing the the instructions. I could now try my first "Center Step Card" and here it is with decorations and everything.
Not real sure how this was going to turn out I decided to use an old paper pack I had from K&C combined with Recollections CS Gray as my base color. I added a few pearls and a little lacy ribbon to finish it off. My lady in the hat was perfect for a vintage shabby chic reflection.
I want to enter this card in the challenge:
Amusing Challenges - Special Folds (26 Nov)
The Squirrel and The Fox - Challenge #31 Anything Goes (26 Nov)
Dream Valley - Challenge #45 Anything Goes (22 Nov)
Another technique I had been thinking about was the "Flip Card." It took me about 30 minutes to find a tutorial that had all the information I need such as what size to cut the paper and so forth but it worth the search because I found a "tutorial" that gave clear very step-by-step instructions. The lady spoke a little slower than I would have liked but I think she did it perfect. At least my card turned out rather nicely..although there are some changes I would make to it the next time I try this technique which might just be tomorrow. Here's the card.
Next is the card completely open and can you see how the front flips and becomes the left panel of the open card. OMG...this is just to much excitement for me to handle.
I used my Spellbinder's dies to create the beaded circle and the border. I added the pearls, ferns (MS) and the flowers to finish this "Flip Card"....yeah me!
I would like to enter this card:
Penny Black And More - Any Die Will Do (26 Nov)
Amusing Challenges - Special Folds (24 Nov)
Eclectic Ellapu - Challenge #6 Layering, Openable, Interactive