BIRTHDAY CAKE MISTAKE!

My daughters, Alex 13 and Tara 11 created this stop action video. It is their first attempt and I think their patience and creativity paid off. These 4 1/2 minutes took them two days of work. I was impressed with their perseverance. I told them if they win we could use part of the winnings to buy some upgraded movie maker software to support their desire to create. :) Hey! Make sure that you listen to the very last bit!!

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taylor says ... on Monday, Jul 7 at 11:14 PM

hey alex...hey tara...my two best friends in the whole wide world made this video...its really funny and cool...i love it you guys did a great job...i hope you win...♥taylor

Dad says ... on Tuesday, Jul 8 at 2:12 PM

Yup, you kids did a good job! I am really proud. For a first attempt at a stop-action clip you did great particularly since you had a hodge-podge of cameras, file-formats, frozen "Windows" etc to work or contend with.

TheBubster2000 says ... on Wednesday, Jul 9 at 10:47 PM

Two thumbs up, five out of five stars. The next Jim Henson.

Wicked Pickle says ... on Sunday, Jul 13 at 5:26 PM

That looks like fun! What's with the ending? Funny! (: -W. P.

devin says ... on Thursday, Jul 17 at 10:33 PM

way cool... the most creative ive seen. (so far) i tried doing this and it didnt work but o well. did u use moviemaker?

Eric F. says ... on Thursday, Jul 24 at 3:30 PM

fun. i did the same type of thing [sort of] in college, but on a different scale. very good for your ages.

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