Saturday, August 11, 2007

If you can’t GLUE it, I don't DO it!



Channel Six was a hoot last Monday with LeAnne Taylor. We did a live CBS segment on the Six in the Morning show, all about my new book, “The Crafter’s Guide to Glue.” As you can see, I brought books for everyone, and tons of glue projects. My demo was gluing aqua blue melamine cups to black wooden candlesticks, and then gluing on little black buttons and tying a polka dotted ribbon around the finished candlesticks. The one I did on the segment was for LeAnne, so I wrote her name with a black permanent marker. She said that she was going to put it on her desk for her M&Ms stash. (yummmies)



Out of the 73 projects in my book, I brought about a dozen. After all, I had to pack them in a suitcase in California and put them on the plane to Tulsa.



I showed how to cut out a grocery sack and turn it into a circle book, since the pattern is in the book. One of my fave projects is the weeeeeeener dog messenger bag. That pattern is in there, too.



The set-up goes fast at the station, and their kitchen set is just perfect, plus it’s large enough to hold all the projects and the demo. They also have an overhead camera that gets the close-ups for the step-outs.



Casey Norton, one of the news anchors there at KOTV had to leave early that morning, and I hate it that I missed my hug, but it was great to see the crew, and get miked by Kevin. Man, I miss everyone since we moved, but I’m glad that they keep running my segments every Monday morning.



















Scott and I got to the station at 8:20, for the 8:40 segment, which gives me just the right amount of time to get set up for my demo and get hugs from everyone.

2 comments:

Crafty Chica said...

pattie, you should totally teach projects from your glue book at art unraveled next year. we just finsihed up the conference last week and it was so awsome. they don't hveany workshops like yours, you;d clean up there!! if you want i can send you info onit! it is a national altered art conference held here in phoenix. hundreds of crafters!!! love you!1
kathy :-)

Pattie Donham said...

Hi Kathy!
I would love to do that! I just did the Santa Paula Art Walk last night and sold out all the books I had, so I am pretty stoked right now. Please go ahead and send the info on the Art Unraveled!
Pattie