WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS VIDEO’S INTRO? Comment down below! (I personally absolutely la la la love the editing 😀 )
BIIIIIIIIIIG thanks to my younger sister for helping me filming myself for the intro and outro!! She did an awesome job!
Another HUMONGOUS thanks goes out to ilovetocreate.com, the creators of Tulip fabric decor products! They gifted me most of the tie-dye kits in this video after watching my DIY Rainbow Loom storage case stickers video which featured their Tulip-brand products. Be sure to check out their site!
Also a big thanks goes out to my crazy friend, KW, who tie-dyed shirts with me 🙂 She showed her face! Unfortunately, she wasn’t in town when my sister and I filmed the intro and outro, so she’s not in any of those clips 🙁
In case you’re wondering, you can purchase your own Tulip one-step tie-dye kit at your local craft stores 🙂 This kit worked out great for KW and I! I have had my tie-dye shirts for quite a while now and they’ve been washed a lot since they’re literally my favorite shirts to wear now (lol), and the colors are still quite vibrant!
KW and I had so much fun tie-dying these shirts and we hope you do too! She decided to show her face in the video, but due to parental restrictions, I didn’t show my face in this video. Stay tuned for a video face reveal!
I had a blast filming the intro and outro clips, as well as editing them. Let me know what you think of my intro and outtro’s filming and editing in the comments! Be sure to post a pic of your swirly shirts on Instagram hashtag them to #tutorialsbya on Instagram so KW and I can see!
Love all around,
PLEASE NOTE: The intro’s music is my own mashup remix of multiple songs. My mashup remix itself is NOT copyrighted but the individual songs I used may be. Credits go to the original producers, but I did not infringe any copyrights since I used my own mashup. The main background music throughout the rest of the video is copyrighted; however, I hold a license, allowing me to use this song safely.
*Not sponsored; as stated earlier, some of the tie-dye kits were gifted to me by iLoveToCreate, the makers of the tie-dye kits that I used, but I purchased everything else myself (or they were purchased by KW). Check out the YouTube channel of iLoveToCreate: youtube.com/duncancrafts
Lol my washer and dryer don’t match 😀
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Hey guys! I had so many request to do a tutorial on this bun! I had this bun on some of the pictures that I uploaded on instagram and there were many people that wanted a tutorial…. so here you go!! This is a type of bun that many girls & actresses in Korea like (loose, messy, natural). I noticed that in America, the tighter bun is more popular. Girls in Korea like to wear their bun loosely with a lot of volume at the top and loose at the button. Hope this video will be helpful for some of you guys! More hair tutorials coming soon!
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This is Quick and Simple Life Hacks, Food Edition. We’ve put together 10 amazing food related hacks that you need to know. Sit back, grab your frying pan and we’ll dive right into the fire.
Here is the list:
1. Opening a jar
2. Watering plants
3. HOWTO Gourmet breakfast
4. Keeping cookies soft
5. Liberating refried beans
6. Banana Show Shine
7. Stirring spoon holder
8. Stovetop Pizza
9. Oven + Eggs = Dance all night
10. Full figured bread
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Make this simple and eco friendly cellphone holder in just two steps
This is how you you disable the filter on your cell phone (specifically LG ENV3. Once you disable the filter you will have unlimited free cell phone service. It takes about 10-20 minutes the first time you do it. The only warning I give is that you probably will void the warranty by doing this.
This method can be adapted to most phones. Smart phones do become a little trickier and I will probably post another video on how to do them. Don’t let the cell phone companies take all your money on monthly plans.
Tools: 2 screwdrivers (2.0 mm Flat Head, 2.0 mm Phillips)
1 penny (pre 1960) or any piece of copper
1 bobby pin
1 flashlight (optional)
Motivation (Free cell phone service!)
I’ll post more tech videos in the future to help you save money and do some cool stuff. Thanks guys
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