Friday, April 20, 2012

It's a Wrap!

Stick a fork in us - we're done!  Can you believe we taped 13 half hour shows in 4 days!  From the smiling faces in the photos it looks like fun, but 6am wake-up calls and 10+ hour days are not everyone's ideal recipe for a fun day.  I really enjoy what I do, but I have to admit it's a lot of prep work beforehand and long days at the studio.  The fun part is definitely working with the guests who come to share their wonderful and creative ideas, so it's always worth it, whatever it takes.

Everyone will love this series.  It's a great mix of returning guests and new ones, scrapbook pages, paper art and mixed media.  Something for everyone. I love the creativity of it all and always leave with new ideas, some of which I'll be sharing with you over the next few months or so.  Here are more photos from the studio, but you'll have to wait till the shows start to air to see the projects!

Nancy Hill, me and Erin Madsen from DCWV

Stuck together with Glue Arts projects.

Watching on the Green Room monitor.

Jenny Barnett Rohrs from Craft Test Dummies
discovers a photo of herself taken during her visit to the set last year.

Rachel Carlson representing Ruby Rocket and I set up for a tea party,
complete with tiaras.

Julie with Susan Lenart Kasmer.

Nancy Nally from Scrapbook Update discusses Social Media.

 Patty Debowski, the Digital Scrapbook Teacher,  takes Julie on a tour of
digital scrapbooking.

and finally here's Tonya Lutz from Faber Castell, Design, Memory, Craft
getting ready to join me on the set to share Gellato techniques.

I hope you've enjoyed this behind the scenes look at how the Scrapbook Soup TV show comes together.  This new series will start to air this summer.  I'll keep you posted on the exact date.  In the meantime, you can watch all the shows from series 100 on our website.  We're airing one show per week, 24 hours per day.  Enjoy!  Ya'll come back now.......

Yours truly,
Julie :)

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