My very first video!

I know I haven’t been blogging in ages and have lots of blog posts to write.

I was inspired by a post from stitchsharer about making a youtube channel and uploading videos. This got me thinking how can I do that?

I looked at the software on my laptop and found I had a programme I could use to make a video so I did. It’s nothing fancy just a photo gallery of images of Blake Ritson and when I found I could add some background music I had to do it! I decided on the song Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye but the version done by Annie Lennox which she sang in the film Richard II.

But don’t worry I haven’t stopped crafting I have lots of posts to write about that!

So here is the link to my video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7bNQx1gd5I

Enjoy!

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