Episode #33

October 23, 2020

Project

Window card

Colors

Orange & 2 colors

Element

Small Animal

Random

Pencils

About The Episode

Episode archive posted on October 24, 2020

Had a great evening with a life-long crafter who measures distance by how long it takes to get to IKEA! “Crafty Al” joined us for an adventure at the Craft Roulette wheel tonight for her first live! Crafty Al has a FUNN YouTube channel where she features “Sheetload of Card” designs, which is a great idea for making many cards using the same sketch. I like how she approaches making cards which is great for a newbie or an “old-bee” like me.

Look at that “Die Board” in Crafty Al’s background!

It was so FUNN to see Crafty Al LIVE in the act of creating – using new products to many of our audience (like Gamsol), and making a stinkin’ cute card with all sorts of ideas that all came together for an, “Oh, yeah, you got this,” card. Scroll down to see the card below.

Episode #33 submissions were just terrific! So much variety

During the show, you’ll discover…
– what a sheet-load of cards is
– Gamsol in action & how to prevent a black ink mistake
– Eunice
– it is ok to change stamp choices (as long as it is not glued down)
– see Crafty Al cut multiple layers with the same die
– brushing on color, then stamping
– foam tape tips
– Nuvo dropping eyes
– what white papers Crafty Al uses

I know you will enjoy many hours of Crafty Al creativity on her YouTube channel! Thank you so much for joining us, Crafty Al! You are a lot of FUNN.

Episode #33 submissions were just terrific! The cards have so much variety. Kiss your brains, contributors! We have an entire animal kingdom going on, and so many shades of orange! You guys are the grooviest. Thank you, and I look forward to sharing these on Friday’s show (Episode #34).

Thank you, peanut gallery, so much for watching and chatting during the live show, sharing this blog, subscribing to our social media, supporting our talented Guest Crafters, and sending in such tremendous and diverse ideas! See you Friday at 6:30 p.m. Central for another night of improvisational paper crafting!

** The audio gets a little out of sync at the end, but we are leaving this video up because of how long it takes to render/upload these videos. We appreciate the understanding! **

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Guest Contributors

The scarecrow is hiding behind door #1. The little bird is hiding behind door #2.
Patty Beck
Tennessee
The scarecrow is hiding behind door #1. The little bird is hiding behind door #2.
Patty Beck
Tennessee
The scarecrow is hiding behind door #1. The little bird is hiding behind door #2.
Patty Beck.
Tennessee
Windows on the orange bus, colored with colored pencils.
Ellen Card Monkey Jarvis
Pennsylvania
Anna Miller
Alberta, Canada
Mary Naber
Montana
Mary Naber
Montana
Mary Naber.
Montana
Alessa Lemoine
Florida
Embossed and color pencils on green CS. Stamped subtle leaves on yellow CS. Your Not used mini fox inspired mine! Loved Craft Roulette!
Hildenell Vilchez
California
Yep...I did it...fussy cut the dog!
Sue Masoner
Missouri
Yep...I did it...fussy cut the dog!
Sue Masoner
Missouri
used a pre printed card base, colors: Crisp Cantaloupe orange, Bermuda Bay blue, Lovely Lipstick Red used ink & colored pencil on bird & diecuts
Kimberly C.
California
TR (TRsPlace) Fobia
New York
TR (TRsPlace) Fobia
New York
TR (TRsPlace) Fobia
New York
The message inside is plain but adds so much to the card. Finally used my new window thin cut...
Jacque Rippe
Florida
The message inside is plain but adds so much to the card. Finally used my new window thin cut...
Jacque Rippe
Florida
Hand drawn!
Maelynn
Missouri
Theresa Wilkerson
Missouri
Theresa Wilkerson
Missouri
Loved that these parameters gave me a chance to finally play with my Kindred Stamps Part of a Pride box and Distress Oxide inks.
Amy Ulen
Washington
Loved that these parameters gave me a chance to finally play with my Kindred Stamps Part of a Pride box and Distress Oxide inks.
Amy Ulen
Washington
I choose a toucan, for the window a shaker. I colored in orange the sentiment and the back of the window.
Cristina Pazmino
Quito, Ecuador
Window card using orange (pumpkin pie) with garden green & rich razzleberry. Foxes colored w/watercolor pencils.
Leslie Benson
Missouri
Kathy Burrows
Wisconsin
Window card with Sunset, Sundance, Paprika. Squirrels colored with Prisma Colored pencils.
Kathy Burrows
Wisconsin
Christy Dillman
Missouri
Vicki Emmerson
Washington

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