I don’t get to post here as often as I’d like, but since we are now mid-year, and I’ve had a few enquiries about the show, I thought I’d pop over and do a blog post about it.
So, you may have figured out by now that the show is in haitus … we are not filming this year. The reasons are many and technical, and I will say now … I don’t make those decisions … they’re made much higher up, and I trust the producers with their decisions completely :)
I can also let you know that, unfortunately, I am not involved in the programming aspect of the show. That is totally up to 4ME and Aurora, so if you have questions about programming (maybe you’d like them to replay an earlier season), it’s best to contact the station directly :)
When filming time rolled around, I kind of missed the planning, and the hustle & bustle of filming days. So I have been filming tutorials and craft vlogs for my own YouTube channel. I’m loving being able to be back in front of the camera again (even if it’s just my laptop), and bringing you some projects, techniques and craft information. I have a new sense of awe for our editing team … it’s a lot harder than it looks! LOL If you would like to catch up on the new videos, you can find them HERE.
Big thanks to everyone who has contacted me, missing Scrap It TV. We are so proud to be the only dedicated papercrafting television show in Australia, with amazing local presenters & sponsors.
Rafflecopter has drawn the winner of our giveaway, with over 350 entries! Congratulations to Carly Wilson … please contact me with your snail mail address so I can send your gorgeous prize home! firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you enjoy the goodies!Thanks to everyone who entered, and referred a freind. We look forward to announcing airing dates for Season 7 as soon as 4ME let us know!
This Kaisercraft pack is going home to one lucky person in 5 days time! Here on the blog, just click the Current Giveaways tab, and click the link to enter via Rafflecopter. It will ask you to log in with your name and email address, which is only so we can contact the winner. All personal details remain confidential, and will not be shared. Winner needs to contact us within 3 days, or we will re-draw a new winner. Approx 4 days, 13 hours to enter … and you can choose whichever entry method you like, you don’t have to join a social media site that you have no interest in. Our last 2 giveaway winners only entered once! *Dawn*
Today was the last day of filming for Season 7, here in my home studio. It’s over to our amazing Prodcuer now, for all the technical, editing stuff. Then it’s in the hands of 4ME and their programming team.
Thanks to all who have made suggestions and given us feedback about Scrap It TV. We really hope you will enjoy the new season. Keep your eye on the Facebook page for airing dates, or simply follow this blog to receive an email notification each time we post an update on the show.
On 23 March we began filming season 7 of Scrap It TV. Here is the delightful Rachel Greig of Darkroom Door filming one of her segments. Looks like a lot of inky fun!
Filming is continuing until the end of April, then there’s the editing and technical stuff that all needs to happen. Once it’s in the hands of 4ME, we wait for airing dates with baited breath! Of course, as soon as we have dates, the best place to find them is on our Facebook Page.
We had a lot of feedback about camera angles and close-ups as Season 6 was aired last year, and these were taken into consideration when filming Season 7. We really hope you’ll love it!
Welcome to a fresh new season of Scrap It TV. Season 6 begins today … Sunday 4th August 2013. You can find links to 4ME under their tab here, including television program and catchup.
We hope you enjoy the new season and find some inspiration from our presenters. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway for your chance to win a copy of The Best of Seasons 3 & 4 Scrap It TV dvd.