Celebrating One Year on Youtube! + a Giveaway!


In honor of our first year on Youtube, Blue Buddha Boutique is … err … proud to show you our best video blunders: humans being human.  Enjoy!

But what we’d really like to know: Out of all of the Blue Buddha Boutique videos on our YouTube channel, which is YOUR FAVORITE?

Tell us your favorite video in a comment** on this post though 12noon CT on Friday April 24th for your chance to win a $25 Blue Buddha gift certificate. (Yes, you can comment here and on our Facebook post for two chances to win!)

**Please note: Your comment may not appear right away. In order to prevent spammers and robots from taking over our giveaway, we must approve comments, particularly from folks who have not commented on a previous blog post. We will do so frequently throughout the day, so we’ll get to yours soon!

We will randomly draw one winner from all comments received by 12:00 p.m. CST Friday, April 24, 2015 to win a $25 USD gift certificate good for Blue Buddha Boutique purchases in-store or online.  You do not have to be a customer to win. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

Thanks for watching!


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8 years 11 months ago

“Stretches for Crafters”–videos like these are super useful! I also liked “Ask Rebeca Mojica: How much money did you make in your first year of business?”–interesting stuff–and helps people see what it takes to get a business of the ground.
Keep adding to the channel and we’ll keep watching! :)

8 years 11 months ago

Play Piano Apollo because it gives a glimpse into the personality of people who I will only get to “know” online.
That being said, the technique videos are the most helpful as they give me another way yo look at weaves.

L Carpenter
8 years 11 months ago

How to make your own weave and choosing pliers

Renee K
8 years 11 months ago

The starry night explanation and demonstration was so helpful in wrapping my mind around that weave!

L. Bergin
8 years 11 months ago

My personal favorite so far is:


where it shows Jason anodizing niobium rings.

I used it as an introduction to teaching electrochemistry this year to my AP Chemistry students, as part of a ‘when do we ever use this stuff’ segment, to show that chemistry (and science, in general) can be used creatively as well. It certainly sparked their interest!