Sunday, April 22, 2012

Vlog: Scrap Wrangler!

Check the Stars and Stamps blog on Tuesday for a tutorial linking to tutorials and sketches shown in this video! And forgive the really awful western accent :)



7 comments:

Cheryl L. said...

Sandy, that was the best vlog! I learned a ton and I'm inspired to go wrangle some scraps and make some kites!! Yeehaw!!

Aundria B. said...

Someone's definitely feeling better & a bit feisty after being home-bound for most of the week! Enjoyed the vlog and would love to be that organized because I'm still pretty challenged in knowing what patterns and colors go together (even when I have coordinating paper pads) and not having to think so much about it would be nice, but I do have a question. You mentioned cutting down the solid colors into "standard sizes"; what are those sizes?

Also, loved the card ideas you showed at the end & will be visiting the OWH tutorial page for some mojo. Loved the kites - great idea!

Thank you for the fun & clever vlog, pah-dner - Happy trails to ya.

Donna W said...

Love those kite cards. Too bad it's 12:45am and I've gotta work in 8 hours or I'd sneak off to my card cave and make some. Oh, heck - it's not THAT late. . .

Desert Rose Stamper said...

What a hoot -- enjoyed every minute of it this morning -- now I am all excited about cleaning up my scraps. Thanks for sharing such great ideas and I love the western take on the vlog. I will have to try that kite card -- it will be a great way to use up some scraps. Glad you are feeling better.

Sharon

Cheryl L. said...

Sandy, will you share your "standard sizes" scraps list so we know what sizes you most use? (Especially for sentiments!)

Operation Write Home said...

Cheryl, that's all coming in the tutorial tomorrow on S&S :) I couldn't get it all done on the same day, my brain melted under that hat! haha.

Tassie said...

Oh My!!! I just LOVED the video. It was so entertaining. And informative!!! You have inspired me to "wrangle" my scraps!!! (I guess that was the whole point!). Can't wait to make the kite card, too!! Thank you