Hi all! This week’s card is actually a gift card holder. Long time readers of my blog might remember that I made a few these about a year ago. Well, I thought it was time to break it out and make another. Once again, this is based on a gift card holder I got from Kelly Lunceford. :)
In video editing news, I also switched to a more robust movie editing software and let me let you… It’s SO complicated.
I was using iMovie previously and got Final Cut Studio 2. It’s WAY more software then I’ll ever need. Now I know how people feel when we jump into using Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.) for the first time–overwhelmed!
I mostly just wanted to making pretty little animated titles. I didn’t need all this other stuff! Anyway, I hope you enjoy the little added features. I’m still figuring it out, so it might be a bit less polished this week. I need to figure out how to export the video with the best quality. There are so many settings! AHH!
BTW, the video is MUCH better in high quality (click here and then on high quality beneath the video).
Supplies: Eastern Blooms stamp set, Basic Black and Whisper White card stock, Basic Black ink, Old Olive wide grosgrain ribbon, 1-3/4″ circle punch, pastels (Stampin’ Up!); patterned fabric paper (KI Memories); brads (American Crafts); VersaMark ink.