The thing that makes Scrapbook Soup TV work is the awesome guests. We had so many wonderful guests come through the studio. There were a few locals, plenty of people who flew in from across the country, and even one guest who came from Poland! I am so grateful for all the hard work of the guests and their willingness to share their crafty knowledge with the rest of us!
Here's who you have to look forward to this season:
Jenny Barnett Rohrs from Craft Test Dummies
Jenny is the mini book queen. She's sharing lots of good ideas for little albums.
Joe is super creative and Mr. Flea Market. His projects literally left my mouth hanging open.
Ali is the wisest storyteller I know. I particularly enjoyed talking to her about her thoughts about memory keeping in a new segment called "Behind the Page."
Kelly Purkey's graphic design skills always blow me away. I think you'll enjoy the wonderful ideas she has for you!
Ronda shares tons of artsy-made-easy tips. If you ever get a chance to take a class from her, do it!
Kim Hupke from Spellbinders
Kim brought some amazing project with her. I had to touch absolutely everything because I couldn't believe it was paper.
Nancy has a great theory about transforming scrapbook pages into cards. You are not going to want to miss that segment!
Stacy Caron from Spellbinders
Stacy is lucky that I didn't rip those earrings right out of her ears. They're super amazing and made with the help of a Spellbinders die cut machine! Love it!
Sara is super sweet and created lots of easily accessible projects. She came all the way from Poland!
Paula Nelson Hart from Purple Cow
Paula is super! I have never wanted to do encaustic, but she got me excited about the Purple Cow version, which is so easy. I can't wait to play with it at home!
Vicki shared two fantastic off-the-page projects with a vintage theme. I love that Scrapbook Soup is not just about scrapbook pages, but about all sorts of ways of playing with your crafty stash!
So many talented and crafty ladies and gents! I'm really excited about this upcoming season of Scrapbook Soup TV! I hope you plan to watch. (Check out the Scrapbook Soup website for local listings.) If your local PBS doesn't carry the show, please write to them and ask for it by name! And don't forget, you can watch the show online as well!
Next week I'll share some of the things I made for the show.
Thanks for stopping by!