You may remember that earlier this spring I visited the set of Scrapbook Soup and filmed two segments.
If you follow along with me on Twitter or Facebook, you may know that last spring I was a guest on Scrapbook Soup for a few segments. I demonstrated how to use the Brother Scan N Cut to make stencils and masks with the rubber stamps you already have and then made a card. It’s an idea that I’ve shared on my blog and I’d already made a YouTube video about it….but geez, it looks so much more impressive on TV!!
Here’s the segment if you’d like to watch it- it hasn’t gone live on PBS yet, so you get a sneak peek! The series will begin on August 12, 2014, so check your local listings. 🙂
I’d love any questions or feedback you’d like to share in the comments section!
Here’s more info on the whole season:
Develop your own signature style on
The newest season of SCRAPBOOK SOUP is all about developing a personal style or signature. Every artist approaches their work just a little bit differently and their signature technique can be the jumpstart to developing your own look. Scrapbook experts join host Julie Fei-Fan Balzer on each episode sharing ideas, techniques and exciting, new materials.
Feature topics for Series 400 include: cards, stencils, technology, books, mixed
media techniques, words and lettering and die cutting.
Join us every week where we mix it all up: materials, designers and techniques for one flavorful SCRAPBOOK SOUP!
SCRAPBOOK SOUP is sponsored in part by:
Brother International Corporation, Spellbinders Paper Arts LLC,
Sakura Color Products of America, Therm-o-Web
Kaleidoscope Collections LLC, The Crafter’s Workshop, and Stampendous.
SCRAPBOOK SOUP will be available to all Public Television stations across the country. The shows are shot and posted at KS Productions Studio in Solon, Ohio.
The scheduled initial air date is Thursday, August 14, 2014 from 1500-1530ET/HD 04 via NETA (The National Educational Telecommunications Association).
Make your own special occasion with a unique card. First, Jenn Mason creates a photo card. Next, May Flaum uses a stamped image for her card design. Host Julie Fei-Fan Balzer interviews Kazan Clark. Then, Julie shows how to create a card background using photo corners. Last, Julie creates a card with a house shaped cut out.
402 Off the Page
Our designers are not content to stay on the page. First, Kazan Clark embellishes mason jars with die cut flowers. Jenn Mason talks with Julie about her creative process in a short interview. Next, Kathy Cano-Murillo shares her technique for creating a colorful sugar skull to embellish an album or journal. Julie shares a last technique using sugar skulls and flowers to embellish Halloween themed mason jars.
This show offers lots of new tips and techniques using stencils. Create your own stencil and learn about masking with Jenny Barnett Rohrs. A short interview features Stacy Julian as she shares her system of “get it done fast”. Then, Julie demonstrates a layering technique using new stencil designs. Last, Julie shares more stenciling tips using stamping, painting, doodling and more.
See how new machines are making their mark on your scrapbook page. Kazan Clark creates a stencil with a die cut machine and then shows how to etch on glass. Julie interviews Jenny Barnett Rohrs about how social media inspires crafting. Then, Joe Rotella uses computer software to create a snowflake Christmas ornament. Julie wraps things up with a lesson on design featuring a scrapbook page picturing family members.
If one page is good, a whole bunch is better. This show focuses on books. First, host Julie Fei-Fan Balzer uses colorful paint pens to create an art journal page of doodled leaves. Next, Joe Rotella shares secrets of book binding demonstrating a piano hinge style binding. Then, Stacy Julian makes a treasures theme album with gold glittery elements. Last, Julie uses an electronic cutter to make numerous triangle shapes to embellish a cover for an album.
406 Your Personal Touch
Add a personal touch to your scrapbooking to make it uniquely your own. First, Julie shows how to use your handwriting to add a personal touch. Next, Stacy Julian makes a pocket scrapbook with a flower theme. In an interview segment, Kathy Cano-Murillo shares her creative process. Then, Julie uses colorful fluorescent pens to embellish a page with journaling and doodling. Last, Julie shows how to use watercolors to create a card for a pocket scrapbook page.
407 Mixed Media Techniques
Don’t’ be afraid to get a little bit messy. This show is all about mixing it up with mixed media. Kathy Cano-Murillo creates a color page with acrylic paint and water. Next, Julie demonstrates mono printing. Then Dina Wakley uses filmstrips, dyed cheesecloth and spray ink to create a page layout. Last, Julie uses office supplies and household items to create texture on her scrapbook pages.
408 Words and Lettering
Words and lettering can add an interesting element to your scrapbooking. First, May
Flaum creates a canvas with a stamped bird and word cut outs. Next, Julie has some tips for hand lettering. Then, Dina Wakley demonstrates paint and ink techniques using a stencil with gesso and pattern resist. Julie has a last tip for embellishing and using letter stickers.
409 All in the Family
Guests on this show share ways to celebrate friends and family. First, Kazan Clark
creates a magnet board with bottle caps. Next, Julie interviews Dina Wakley. Then, Stacy
Julian shows how to make a family tree album. Last, Julie makes pop up place cards.
410 Make Your Own Embellishments
Use cutting tools, stamps, pens and markers to make customized embellishments. Julie
shows how to embellish paper flowers with watercolor markers for her page layout. Next, Jenn Mason demonstrates how to make fabric tape. Then, Joe Rotella uses paper collage with scraps to cover a wooden tea box. Last, Julie uses several techniques to embellish a paper tag.
411 Die Cutting
Cutting has gotten very sophisticated – the newest tools allow us to do things we never
thought possible. First, Jenny Barnett Rohrs demonstrates an inlaid die cutting technique
to create card designs. Kazan Clark uses die cutting plus embossing to create straw
toppers and more. Julie shares a last tip for transforming die cuts with a variety of techniques and tools, from doodles and stamps to markers and pens.
412 Paint and Ink
This episode features paint and ink techniques. First, Dina Wakley uses paint and ink to
create a vibrant watercolor background for her page layout. Julie interviews Joe Rotella
about his glass etching project. Then, Kathy Cano-Murillo tie dyes fabric to use as a
background for her page layout. Last, Julie creates a tie dye look with a watercolor technique.
Flowers fill this episode. First Julie embellishes tags with a floral watercolor design to
use on a page layout. Then Julie interviews May Flaum. Next, Kathy Cano-Murillo uses more flowers with her signature glitter style to add to her scrapbook page. Last, Julie cuts and pieces flower designs to use as card embellishments.
PUBLIC TELEVISION STATIONS:
START DATE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2014
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