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I have satellite and am limited to what I can watch on Video. I just love to watch all your video's but to do so it means getting up real early (like 2 AM) to do so. Sadly you can not record a video to watch while we stamp, which would be so cool. It would be oh so cool if maybe you could make a CD with a bunch of video's and sell them...kind of like a video instruction book LOL. In that way we could purchase them and play the one we need while we stamp. For the young ones who retain things they might not need it but I am 74 and my retaining section of my brain seems to be non existent, LOL. so something like this would be so so cool , better than an instruction book. I just love the ideas that you show us,  love all your products and video's hugs, Doreen

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I loved the technique DVD she put out in 2011, I think.  It played on my computer.  I have a Kindle, so I can watch on You Tube, but if the videos were created in an MP4 format, they could be downloaded and then uploaded to the Kindle Fire and can be watched without an internet connection.  There are probably other devices that can do this.   I totally understand about wanting the video while stamping.  

but you still have to use  band with to do any of that and that is the problem. When you go over on Hughes.net your are penalized and have to "buy" more or they slow you down to a crawl. Those with other type carriers don't have the same problem those of us in the boonies have :(. My husbnd is always screaming at me "Stop watching videos" so I get up in the middle of the night to watch them for hughes.net in the central time zone the free time ins 2-8AM, but I pay hell for it in the day as I am then exhausted plue at 74 I still work part time..so I can support my hobbies  horses and crafting cards LOL

 I think it only applies to those of us on Satellite

I so feel your pain Doreen. I too live in the country with Hughesnet and horses. Please know that eventually your desire to watch will diminish. I had to create a book of hard copies for idea's with measurements and directions because I would see something, not try it right away and then not find it again when I was ready to try it. Being patient to get supplies ordered (on a budget) and all the colors my heart desired was as bad as addiction to watching. Lucky for me my husband likes to watch his own video and never complains when the internet is crawling because we have used up our gigabytes.

LOL so so funny and glad to find a "kinsman" so to speak someone who understands what it is like to be a prisoner of Hughes.net. LOL Like you yup I have started to take notes but am not organized yet but funny you mentioned what you are doing because I took  some notes the other day and started a file with pics on my computer..so it's a start. We're here now, in TN and I do love it but at times the boonies do get to me. thanks for the answer.

Bonnie said:

I so feel your pain Doreen. I too live in the country with Hughesnet and horses. Please know that eventually your desire to watch will diminish. I had to create a book of hard copies for idea's with measurements and directions because I would see something, not try it right away and then not find it again when I was ready to try it. Being patient to get supplies ordered (on a budget) and all the colors my heart desired was as bad as addiction to watching. Lucky for me my husband likes to watch his own video and never complains when the internet is crawling because we have used up our gigabytes.

I bought a ROKU with a one time cost of $39- $99 and use the youtube channel to watch cardmaking videos on my tv! Best investment I made in a long while. Works through your wifi


Yes. but I use a ROKU..just another brand. But you do need wifi for any of these to work


Jane said:

I am so glad that you asked that!!

and I've been wanting to rave about what I've been able to do.
I have one of those you know fairly big televisions 45 inches or something and I also have the Amazon fire TV stick. It was very inexpensive and I was able to just plug it into the back of my television and it comes with a remote. I am not a techie but I do think maybe you have to have a fairly new television in order for that the fire TV stick to plug into the back so you might want to just check that out

however here's the deal I can go to my Amazon homepage and select YouTube and then I can do a search for Stamp TV or Gina K or Melanie ... whoever I want and then I can watch all these videos on my television it's fantastic to be able to watch on this YouTube stuff on my television. Does anyone else do this I have to but I do not do it all the time sometimes I just watch them on my little iPad and I just push play. And sometimes I pick up that remote click on YouTube and start watching all of Gina and designers' fantastic videos RIGHT ON MY BIG SCREEN TV!!

sadly they all use the internet which means usage of Bandwidth and when on satellite with Hughes.net  we are limited to how much we can use. All video's no matter how you watch them Roku or U tube sucks up the bandwidth  and you are then penalized and your speed gets slowed down and you end up having to either pay extra or sit it out to the end of the month. We are hoping to switch to a new company but we live in the boonies and will need to put up a tower to get the signal it gives you unlimited and then I will be able to get unlimited.

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