I’m probably a little late to the game when it comes to Vine. In case you are, too, it’s a social media platform that’s allows you to post six-second videos (that loop continuously)—kind of like Twitter in video form. I’m actually in NYC for the next couple of days watching and learning how Lowe’s Home Improvement makes some of the very best Vine videos out there. They’ve come up with some really creative ways to share practical home improvement tips using stop motion to bring inanimate objects to life. A few of my favorite examples (and helpful tips) from their award-winning Vine #LowesFixInSix campaign:
I’ll get to see one of my DIY projects come to life in a Vine video for Lowe’s while I’m here:
I’m at the studio where they produce them, and they’re working on mine as I write this. I can’t wait to see (and share) the finished product.
Do you use Vine? I just set up my account earlier this week, but am dreaming up some fun things for the blog. . .