Monday, May 17, 2010

Easy Bow with a fork!

Hi Ladies,
This is so cool I case the bow from Michelle Kuhn on stamping connection. Thank you Michelle. If you are a SU Demo you can view Michelle video on Stampin' connection but for all my dear customer and blogger friends here it is......

This bow was made with a meat fork, so it gave a large bow.

This one is made with a table fork so you get a little bow. So easy to make and for the one that always have a tough time making bow just get a fork and 10 inch of ribbon and make one at the same time you watch my video. Remember when you watch the video you can always pause it or rewind so you don't have start all over and over.
Before you watch this video let me tell you a little something about me I'm French..... you know when you read my blog sometime it hard to read what I'm trying to say (French to English it's front to back:) well if that is the case please e-mail me or leave a comment with the question and same goes for the video if you don't understand what I'm trying to say cause of my little accent . Remember that English is not my first language but French is.... Most of my blog reader are English but I do have some French one out there and don't be surprise if one of those day I pop a French video. I love what I do and love to share with all of you!






I use to have one of my good friend to write all my e-mail (he-mail like I would say) but then everyone knew it was not me they wanted to hear me.... they say "we love it when you take the time to write your e-mail we can hear your voice in your writing so for my new blogger friends don't be afraid to ask question it will not offend me at all.
Have a great week!
France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

11 comments:

  1. You are very nice to share this video with us. You make things easier. Bonne journée!

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  2. I love the way this works! I need to find a bigger fork so I can make a bigger bow!

    By the way, I LOVE your accent and look forward to your videos so I can hear it!

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  3. France - I love your English with a French accent! Great video. I have no idea what that fork is used for either:-)
    thanks for sharing
    hugs
    jaydee

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  4. Way to go! I love the demo, you're GREAT!

    See you soon,

    Julie

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  5. Thanks for the video France. BTW I love the card you made with that bow.

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  6. I love the video. I'm sitting here in North Carolina loving being with my kids, but missing my stampin buddy.

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  7. Frenchie, That French accent is what makes you you... I love it even dough I can not always understand it, and remember even my darling daughter thinks you and your accent are the BEST.... Thanks so much for all the time and effort you put into your business and your team.... We all so appreciate you my little pumkin...

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  8. Love it!!!! Thanks sooo much for sharing!
    Michelle's last name Kuhn - would be pronounced "Coon"

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  9. OMGoodness!! I just made this bow from your tutorial and I am so excited to know how to do this!! Thank you so much. So fun!

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  10. Ta carte est superbe! Love your videos,you might have a little accent,but your tutorials are excellent and we understand everything you say.
    Your english is excellent!!!Beautiful card!
    I too,must get a bigger fork,the tiny bow is cute,but so tiny,lol!
    TFS!

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  11. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU Great videos. Love the accent! Your the best. Love your blog!!!

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