Two weeks ago I was the Feature Article in the monthly Dremel Newsletter.
Dremel sent me a Multimax tool and in return, I was to create a video for them to post in the newsletter.
Unfortunately at the last minute the video was pulled because I “wasn’t wearing safety goggles”. I personally think they got the video I sent them and were like,
“Serious? Oh crap, this is horrible. What can we say that will be a legitimate reason to pull her video?”
BUT! I’m going to show you the video here at House of Hepworths! Because I don’t give a dagnabbit how stoopid I look. I spent a lot of time making this video, and darn it, you are going to see it.
(Warning. I’m not wearing safety goggles. Attempt project at your own risk.)
Before I show you the real deal, first I want to show you the HILARIOUS outtakes video I created from the extra footage from the Dremel Newsletter video.
Turn your volume up, sit back, and enjoy my first ever attempt at splicing and editing a video. I think I deserve an oscar (emmy?) for this one.
And now, here’s the real video Dremel was going to use in the newsletter. Warning: I’m not wearing safety goggles.
Take a minute and calm down from the outtakes video. I know it was funny. If you need to, pause the next video and go to the bathroom real quick. Splash some water on your face. It will all be okay.
Are you good now? Okay, good. Here’s the video that was suppose to make me wildly famous worldwide.
For those that missed the newsletter article, you can read all about it here.
See all my blog posts with videos here.
I’m seriously considering starting to vlog on occasion here at House of Hepworths. Vlog: video blogging.
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Thanks for reading! Have a wonderful week!