So here's the first video in the series. It's not perfect, but what did you expect. This was all done by me and my iPhone 4. That's right. No production company. No makeup or hair stylists. And the only diva around here is my Pug, Millie, who, if you'll notice, is not in the video. I don't even have a personal assistant.
Anywho, I hope you like it. Oh, and it's not in HD. Was taking too long to upload. So there ya go...
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All you have to do is click the Flip-Pal graphic above or the one to the right in the sidebar and enter the coupon code at checkout. It's that simple. Then you can follow along with the rest of my video tutorials and we'll make simple heritage holiday gifts together that your family will absolutely adore.
Note: I am an affiliate of Flip-Pal. This means when you click on a graphic or link on my site for Flip-Pal and if you purchase from them, I will receive a commission for referring you to them. Also, I received a free Flip-Pal in order to participate in the review and the use of the Flip-Pal for the Simple Gifts Blog Hop. All opinions are my own. Please refer to my Disclosure Page for more information.
11/7/2011 01:26:05 pm
Well done! I need to see what I have for a story jar!
11/7/2011 02:45:18 pm
Hey! I know whose Pinterest pin you got that from!
11/7/2011 02:48:40 pm
Oh and great video! I'm impressed!
11/7/2011 04:37:11 pm
Awesome job with the video Carolyn! Loved the idea and the presentation. Congrats, well done!
Caroline, I love it! Great job on the video, and wonderful project. I have memories of pinecones in my family, too. Unfortunately we don't see the big ones up in Ohio like we used to in Georgia! Thanks for the memory (and the idea!) Now I really want a Flip Pal...
11/7/2011 10:34:43 pm
Nice, great job on the idea, the video, everything!
11/8/2011 01:33:18 am
You is now a genea-star! Simply brilliant Caroline!
11/8/2011 03:57:28 am
Cute idea and great job on the video!
11/8/2011 04:15:35 am
Awesome job all around Caroline!
11/8/2011 04:25:48 am
What a great idea! Cannot wait for other videos!
11/8/2011 04:32:33 am
That was very interesting how you did the whole project. What a great idea.
11/8/2011 05:29:04 am
Awesome job Caroline! I can't wait to see your other ideas and videos.
11/8/2011 05:34:00 am
Great job Caroline, I could also see using this for a heritage recipe, picture of the food and the ancestor the recipe was passed down, perhaps a scan of the original recipe, the recipe printed on the back and the ingredients in the jar, give as a gift. How large a picture can the flip-pal scan? It looks small? What about books with a spine?
11/8/2011 07:21:59 am
Thanks, y'all! I'm glad you liked my first stab at videotaping myself. For YouTube. For the internet. For everyone. I actually had a lot of fun doing this.
11/8/2011 01:53:16 pm
Great job with the video, Caroline! And what a great gift idea!
11/8/2011 09:44:05 pm
Loved the video and idea. I'm really enjoying watching the Flip Pal posts getting started and I'm thinking about all the things I'll do with mine when I finally get one :)
2/23/2022 08:39:14 am
This is a very informative—edifying article to all. Thanks a lot! Continue to post!
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