Recently, I became an actress.
Okay, so not a real actress but I am on camera for 4 minutes to show our audience how to use PSA Peel & Stick Stamps. In the videos, I explain the basics: how to use your stamp the minute you get it, how to change your design, and how to change the ink. Did you know you can use our Peel & Stick stamp designs with an acrylic block? I also explain how in the videos.
We hired Pink Squirrel Productions to shoot them. Based out of Savannah, the owner Jamie Prescott has filmed many movies and regularly shoots spots for Paula Deen and the Food Network. Jamie and his crew are world class! We staged the videos at The Mansion at Forsythe Park in the 700 Kitchen. The kitchen is a stunning backdrop and my fantasy craft space. The 700 Kitchen is used for cooking classes and Chef Darin gets rave reviews on Trip Advisor with over 3,000 positive reviews! I am dying to take one of his classes. You can read more about the iconic Savannah hotel and find out more about cooking classes at http://www.mansiononforsythpark.com.
It was a great place to shoot the videos! I am so proud and excited to unveil them now. We hope it will make PSA Peel & Stick Stamps easy to understand. I look forward to hearing your comments! Please click on these two links below to see them now.
Peel & Stick How To Video
How to change your ink cartridge