February 19, 2021
- Card with ribbon
- Cup or Glass
- "Crinkle Inkle"
About The Episode
Episode archive posted on February 22, 2021
You know something exceptionally cool about Craft Roulette?
The people. You, the guests, Our Guest Crafters are so cool, their cats are even cool. We had a good laugh with “Linden” the cat and Crafty Al. Crafty wasn’t on our schedule, but due to the terrible weather results in Texas, our scheduled Guest Crafter Katy Taylor needed to back out until she had more reliable electricity and water! We have good news about Katy; she is scheduled for March 26th Episode!
We had a wonderful evening with the Crafty Al and the wheel. So many good moments in the show, I hope you will watch it and share it with your crafty friends. Please click on her social media sites below and follow, subscribe, and do whatever she asks because everyone loves Crafty Al! Be sure to enter her Share the Love Giveaway!
CONTRIBUTOR SHOWCASE is Tuesday, February 23rd at 1:00 p.m. CST on our YouTube channel. Craft Roulette is not a lesson and we don’t teach techniques or tips, but you might pick up an idea or 50 during our shows. Craft Roulette is an idea, interpretation driven “crafter-tainment” show. We love seeing your vast and marvelous interpretations of the four spins each week. Each one of you should be kissing your brains! Thank you for being such a brilliant community.
See you at the wheel on Friday.
About This Week's Guest
Alicia / Crafty Al
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My name is Alicia, although online I am known as “Crafty Al”. I grew up in Iowa (Go, Hawkeyes!), lived in Kansas for about 19 years and currently reside in Nebraska with my husband, daughter and our two kittens.
I have been crafty since I can remember. Whether it was helping my mom stuff fabric wreaths with Polyfil as a child or pre-teen me finishing a cross-stitch pattern. When my sister introduced me to stamping around 1997 and showed me how to heat emboss – I was hooked on papercrafting! To this day watching embossing powder melt and set is one of my favorites.
My style is clean and simple and when I find a sketch/pattern I enjoy, I like to stick with it. That may be the reason why I started SheetLoad of Cards.
About 12 years ago I discovered one-sheet wonders, but wanted to stick to one layout for the paper. I started a monthly e-zine called “SheetLoad of Cards” where I shared sketches, cutting guides and design team samples that focused on creating lots of cards with just a little bit of paper.
I took about a 10-year hiatus and started the series back up last year as a monthly feature on my YouTube channel. The printable is free to subscribers to my channel and each month my collaborators and I share lots of samples to show just how versatile a SheetLoad can be.