A.V. experts needed!I've been thinking about buying a video camera, but I'm a complete ignorant when it comes to this kind of stuff
I'd mostly use it to record tutorials and speed-coloring videos, like the ones on my personal or my store's You Tube channels. This means I'd mostly use it indoor and to shoot "small" areas.
I'd love something that can be mounted on a tripod and that allows me to zoom in and out while recording; I'd also wish I could use the same SD memory cards I use for my reflex, so that I wouldn't have to buy other ones
I have a budget, obviously; I don't want to get the cheapest model out there, but I don't need a professional tool either.. considering I wouldn't really use it on a regular basis!
Do you own a video camera? Do you have any suggestion for me? I'd love to hear your feedbacks!
The Real Thing VS the Miniature...I'm not going to lie, I prefer the real thing. All the way
Weeks ago I tried to reproduce my Shortbread Brownies recipe in miniature. I managed to take a few pictures of the steps and put together a quick DIY tutorial!
Click here if you want to learn how to make miniature brownies. You'd rather have the real thing? Click here for the recipe!
Stand by MeThe miniature cake-stands tutorial that I promised a month ago is finally ready!
All you need to make your own is cardstock, a button and acrylic paint..
Click here for the tutorial!!
These stands were part of my entry to ~xgnyc's amazing Halloween Contest...
I've just found out that I won in the Artisan Crafts category and I'm so happy! This is probably the most exciting thing that has happened to me all week
Make sure you take a look at all the wonderful entries!!
Want more?Find more of my works on my blog (DIY projects, works in progress, freebies), website (artworks and free downloads) and online shop (charms and miniatures)
It may come as a surprise, but I'm a foodie. I love to eat food, bake food, make miniatures of food.. I guess it makes sense that I also love craft projects that use food!
I found this blog through Craftgawker.com; it's full of cute, quick and easy DIY tutorials. My favourites? The walnut-pumpkin and the painted pasta!
Amazing ArtFinally, here's some of my favourite deviations from last month
skin design and graphics by ~thinkpastel