Loc: Pacific NW
|Posted: 4/25/2013 1:20:44 AM|
My Silhouette is supposed to arrive tomorrow. The Kerri Bradford tutorials seem to be missing from her website and from Jessica Sprague's. I tried the links on other posts, and searching with Google. No success.
Can anyone help with a live link?
Any other suggestion for following a course of Silhouette tutorials? There are SO many on YouTube, I am overwhelmed- I would like to be able to follow along a series where one lesson leads to the next, instead of watching random tutorials on different topics without an order to them.
Loc: Brisbane, Ausralia
|Posted: 4/25/2013 5:02:04 AM|
Kerri's tutorials are being moved to her site. I'm not sure when they will be up and running. I took them at JS and they were awesome.
There is also the Class called A Cut Above at Online Card Classes which I found to really good too. You can take the whole class ( which includes manual die cutting) or just the second part of the class which covers the Silhouette.
I have to say Kerri's class would be more beneficial to a new Silhouette user but you would have to wait until she has them up and running.
Also doodlingdebbie on YouTube has some great tutorials on the silhouette.
Loc: Pacific NW
|Posted: 4/25/2013 1:27:29 PM|
Thanks for the info. Doodlingdebbie does have some good Youtube videos. There was a really fun one about creating your own doily shapes- very clever. I'll keep checking on the Kerri Bradford ones, but since I got a notification that my Silhouette was delivered today I am excited to get started!
|Posted: 4/25/2013 1:37:50 PM|
Does anyone know what Kerri Bradords website is?
7 years to get here... So now what?
Loc: Toronto, Ontario
|Posted: 4/25/2013 1:41:06 PM|
I have taken 3 of Kerri's classes along with "A Cut Above" and I loved them all. But to start, I would take Kerri's classes first - any one of them. I learned so much from all of them ... more than I ever would have expected!
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