Back on Craft RoulettePosted: November 17, 2021 | Author: Heather | Filed under: birds and banners, Dies, Penny Black, petals & branches | Tags: Penny Black creative dies, Penny Black stamps, Ranger Distress inks |5 Comments
I was once again a guest crafter on Craft Roulette last Friday night and it was loads of fun. Mary Gunn, the host keeps the action going with crafting, chatting, and sharing over eighty card samples made by viewers. To see Mary and I chat and create pop over to the Craft Roulette youtube channel. (To just watch the card making part you can skip to 55:11)
Craft Roulette is a crafting game show where a wheel is spun four times to choose four parameters which must be used on the project being created live during the show. Last Friday the parameters were:
Card type: ‘Lil Chubby’ ( like a slimline but wider)
Colour choice: Warm colours
Element: ‘It’s a sign’
Random: Crumpled paper
The finished card is 4″x 8″ with a blended background that I patterned with a wet crumpled tissue. The colours are warm and that banner die looks like a ‘sign’ to me so I squeaked it in.
It was lovely to see some familiar names in the chat, encouraging me and asking questions. Thank you Karen for staying up late in Wales to watch. I didn’t see all the chat because, well, I had to do some crafting but I was able to read some of it. My dad watched from Australia and was chatting along.
There is definitely an added pressure when crafting live but it is all great fun and the community is such a friendly supportive one. If you have never watched Craft Roulette, I highly recommend!
A very pretty card Heather, and I just watched the video, mainly the making bit of it, but it was great to see you on with Mary Gunn again. I didn’t realise you were doing another as I would have joined in on the live, being a bit of a night owl..lol. x
You did a fantastic job, love to see you on different sites.
Gorgeous, so neat to see it come together!
This is such a beautiful and festive card. You are so professional and friendly in your presentation on that video. Thanks for the link too!
It was good to be able to watch you craft live Heather. You were so much more confident the second time around – or if you were at all nervous it didn’t show. It was great that your Dad was able to join in. What time was it for him? Your finished piece is lovely, and not an explosion in sight!