Saturday, November 14, 2009

Studio 5 Sneak Peek

Time to put your thinking caps on's your sneak peek for November. It might just be a bit easier that last month.

I was going to give you a hint, but I really don't think you need it. See? I believe in you!

To find out if you're right, watch Studio 5, Tuesday, November 17 at 11am on channel 5 in Salt Lake City. If you can't get it, I'll be posting the videos later that day.

Of course, the winner gets a prize! Of course, I can't tell you what it is, since it's part of the segment. Good luck and please leave your guesses in the comment box.

P.S. Don't forget to read my last post for a chance to win my Give Thanks Cards.


shortandsweet said...

Drumroll please.....My guess is something to do with stitching on a card or home decor item with embellishments that are a little more 3D. You look like you will be spicing up a mat for a picture and keeping our insides warm with homemade chicken noodle soup. I am probably way off, but it is always fun to guess.

Heather V. said...

I am thinking yummy homemade chicken noodle soup 9or turkey). It looks like piecing a card together with some stitching and adding some embellishments. And last, adding to a photo frame by decorating the photo mat.

tweetypie said...

Okay, here we go: I think you are making something fun for organizing in the new year--maybe a card organizer with stitching and flower embellisments. Also, yummy pumpkin pie, and homemade turkey noodle soup using your leftover turkey and a kicked up picture mat covered in black & white scrapbook paper.

sadie said...

the answere already posted are really good but I am thinking that your ideas are using leftovers maybe. i just cant figure the pie picture. the first one looks like you may have used scraps to assemble a card then the pie then leftover and homade turkey noodle soup and lastly a cute picture frame from the holidays///

bellameabhn said...

i'd guess it's a soup you make with leftover turkey/thanksgiving trimmings and sewing on paper~ patchwork/quilt ideas on cards and/or layouts~ and home d├ęcor ideas with decorative papers in a frame.

joelrandlisa said...

Wow looks as interesting as ever can you come decorate my table? I am thinking stitching scraps and a yummie turkey meal.

syrant said...

My guess is about the same as the others. Turkey, pie and soup from leftovers. A quilt card complete with sewing and a decorative picture mat with paper covering from paper scraps. Thus making the most of your leftovers.

daffy said...

im with everyone else it looks like turkey soup and a meat pie maybe looks like you are making use of your leftover papers as well using some quilting techniques and sewing on paper you also added various embellishments.
and i see a black and white paper covered frame maybe something for the new year
carolyn h

kwgirl said...

I know you always have a theme, so I'm guessing "Comfort from your Leftovers"
We are always looking for the newest item out there and forget all the tried and true ways of doing things. Old can be new again if you use it a new way. Serve that leftover turkey soup in a gorgeous new soup bowl, sometimes cards can get too bulky so Quilt a new card, the ultimate comfort food is turkey for Thanksgiving and don't forget to take some new photo's but make them old again using B&W, create your own mat and pop it into a black frame. Ok, that's all I got:)

Mickelson Family said...

I was thinking along the lines of using your leftovers in a yummy fashionable way! I can't wait to see what you are doing next!

mE said...

I love the quilted card, can't wait to see the rest of the altered frame/mat.. and it looks like a deep fried turkey and leftover turkey noodle soup... MMMM :)

Inky Smiles!

mE said...

ok Im goign to revamp a little and say cozy quilted pieces/paper piecing. The frame looks like you've used squares of paper and "pieced" them together or quilted w/out stitching...


Innky Smiles!

Susan Neal said...

Great guesses ladies, but where the heck did you get 'pie' from? Does the picture of the roasted turkey (top RH corner) really look like pie!? LOL

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