My solution was partially the background paper and partially the arrangement of elements.
I used a My Mind's Eye stamp set to add some doilies stamped on vellum. Vellum is really popular right now but I've loved it forever. I wonder if someday I'll feel like that about Washi tape or mist or will they be waning trends. Well, no sign of disinterest right now.
For this week's video I'm using a new version of Movie Maker that allows me to fast forward and narrate over segments. I tried to keep the fast forwarding so that you can easily see what is happening. It enabled me to show more of my process in a 14 min video. There is some background hum in the narration and I think I know the cause of that so I can fix it in future. Please let me know what you think of narration versus real-time. The first part and the last segment are real-time and everything in between is narrated.
The video deals with the bright photos, working with a paper designed to be the background and building 'shelves' to hold your photos and anchor embellishments.
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Well, off to work. Thanks for watching!