Thanks Debbie! This really helped me, to see how it's folded in 'realtime'. Kim
I am very proud. If only I could get you blogging more! :)
Debbie, thanks very much for this tutorial. I am going to make one for my Valentine this year! Now I only have to find the right supplies... do you have an online site you order from?
Hi Victoria, I use a Martha Stewart bone folder you can pick up and most craft stores and Wal Mart, Michaels, check the craft section of you favorite store or you can order online almost anywhere. I use a 12x12 sheet of paper, printed only on one side. I don't order to much online when it comes to paper because I like to see it up close! I use a Cricut Expression for a lot of my paper cutting, but you can use stamps or just about anything! Thanks for checking this out, I would love to see what you do!!
Debbie,This is great....I saw one of these somewhere and have been looking online for a tutorial! So thank you for taking the time to show us. I have 9 to make for all of my grandchildren! It will be fun. Thanks again, Dorothy
thanks for the great tutorial - you did a good job of showing and explaining...since i don't have much l2xl2 paper i'm going to try it with a smaller size..i think this would also make a great birthday card! thanks again
Debbie,Thank you for the video tutorial! It was so very helpeful.Karol :0)
Thanks so much for the video! It maked it so much clearer as to what to do to make this. :)
Thanks Debbie! That was awesome, you did a fantastic job and now I am really inspired to go down and sort through all of my scrapbook papers to make some of these for my family and friends! Thank you!
Thank you so much for doing this video: i think the card is so cute but i m not totally sure if i think it should be opened twice if you understand what i mean. When you do that it seems hard for the receiver to fold it all back then, it looks easier when its only opened once.I guess i m the first Norwegian to comment on your blog,lol: i have the same kind of blog but i need to add more crafting photos(i have photos of lots of different stuff,lol)http://ninasmessyplace.blogspot.com/If anyone wanna look and leave comments i would be thrilled cause so few are bothered to do so unfortenately.Anyway love your video, please make more and love your blog too!!!luv nina
Dear Debbi, After all the buzz on Martha'a site about your video, I thought I would check. Whht a difference it made to see it in done, rather than just the still photos. Great idea! Thank you for sharing it!
ok, seriously, thank you so much for doing a video demo! i spent the better part of my lunch break trying to figure this out and you helped immensely!
Debbie - Congratulations on such a clear, informative instructional video. I'm not a paper crafter - instead an obsessive cross stitcher and I stumbled upon your blog via the Martha Stewart site. You have certainly filled in the blanks on the official instructions. I might have a go at this for my hubby this year - it looks so easy NOW! Thank you!
Thanks for the great video. I found it through Martha's site. You video make it so much easier to understand. Thanks!
I am so glad everyone is happy with this video, thank you for all the positive remarks!!
Thanks so much for your video! It made the folding process so much easier to understand! :)
Thanks so much for the video...it really illumines the Martha Stewart project.. I actually feel EMPOWERED!
This is sooooo much better and easier to follow. Thanks for your time and effort. Your finished cards are lovely!~Laurie
Thank You!I know this took effort & your efforts are greatly appreciated.You should have seen my sad attempt, before the video Take careNydia
Thanks so much for all your appreciation!! I know how much I struggled with this card folding before I FINALLY figured it out, I really just wanted to share it with everyone! I'm glad it's helped so many people!
thank you...it's really help me...
Thanks so much. I tried it from the directions on MS.com and this was much easier.
THANK YOU SO! I couldn't for life of me figure the folding our from the written directions on Martha Stewart's website......you've made two 8 year old boys and their mom VERY happy indeed...off we go!
Thanks! Much like everyone else I could not figure out how to fold this thing! You did a wonderful job and your crafts are beautiful! Thanks again.
This has been such a help...I have been trying to figure this out for months now. I get so far then I can't seem to get any further. Thanks to you and your wonderful video I can now complete a card. I was so frustrated I almost gave up!Thank you DebbieI live in Michigan as well.
OK, so I sat there trying to follow Martha's directions,feeling more and more frustrated. Thought I would check the comments to see if someone could explain the folding better and WOW I found your video!!! And I LOVED IT!! You need to make more videos cuz you are good!! And, my victorian valentine is all folded...of course, truthfully, I will have to follow your video each time, but, hey, that's fine with me!!! Thanks so much!!! And Happy Valentine's day!!! Willow
Thank you Debbie! I am a visual person and understand things much better by seeing it done. Great video. My family will love these valentines cards. I also think it would be neat to put a small piece of jewelry inside.
Hi! I'm tyring to view your video on how to fold this, and the link isn't working... Did you take the video down? I'd love to see it! Let me firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks!Sara
I got the video to work. WOW! You are amazing to be able to figure that out. THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!
Hi, Debbie, I'm also trying to view your video. There is a problem with it. I'll love to see it, cause me and my daughter are going to prepare this lovely card for Valantine's Day. Will you advise what to do and help us? I'm Lily and my e-mail is email@example.comThanks a lot in advance.Lily
How can i view the video? I really want to make this card. Please help!
i got the video to work, thanks so much for posting this video it is a huge help!
Could you repost this video? Looks like I stumbled upon it too late and I'd love to make this Valentine.
Hi, I couldnt watch the video either, can you help me, firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks!!!