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Live @ Lunch – my new YouTube Series

So it’s been a hot minute since I have been on here. Sometimes life just gets in the way of the best laid plans. But not to worry – I have been busy crafting away in my studio – making cards and gifts, doing my weekly Facebook Lives on Thursdays at 7:30 pm and my latest endeavor – Tuesday’s LIVE @ LUNCH series. I wanted to develop a quick little series for my main Facebook page in an attempt to increase my audience and gain some exposure. Since the pandemic it’s been hard to find new customers and share my passion with others so I am trying all kinds of new ways to showcase what I love. I’m not sure it’s working and I’m still a bit of a hot mess when it comes to live demos but I’m trying and I guess that’s all we can do.

Today’s Live @ Lunch featured a sweet and simple treat holder I (sort of) CASEd (which means Copy And Share Everything) from the supremely talented Ronda Wade. I changed the dimensions a bit as I had a lot of 6″ x 6″ paper to use but I am happy with how it turned out. Check it out.

To make this treat holder you’ll need a 6″ x 6″ piece of paper, either Designer Series Paper or card stock, some ribbon, your paper trimmer and paper snips, hole punch and of course some candy or other treats! Embellish as you desire and spread a little joy by sharing with others! You can always shop my store for any supplies you need. Just click here!

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LIVE! On You Tube

I’ve been toying with the idea of doing some tutorials for my You Tube channel – Crafty Klock – but just never seemed to find the time (and OK I was scared to death to try it!). Well it’s amazing what a little “Stay at Home” time can do. I finally took the plunge and did my first tutorial. I’m not going to lie – it’s rough but it’s a start. My goal – for now – is to try to do two a month. Hopefully as time goes on I will smooth out the rough edges and get better at it. Take a look at my first tutorial and leave a comment (be kind I’m learning). Happy Stampin!