YouTube Tuesday – Create Art with PTCs

YouTube Tuesday – Create Art with PTCs

Hi everyone!

Paul here standing in for Barb. She’s attending the wedding of the lovely Becca & Simon.

A big Congratulations to the Happy Couple!

Back in November I had the pleasure of launching the Parchment Trading Cards and Coins on TV, designed by the super lovely Josie Davidson.

This week I’ll show you how you can create some beautiful PTC’s  and some mini art using the Groovi plates.

Keep an eye out for the pesky craft fairies who kept hiding all my equipment!


Mmmmm, was it the pesky craft fairies playing tricks on me? ……… or was it just me!

There are so many great things that I love about the PTC plates, from the design, to the ease of use but best of all using them as mini art to practice various skills from white work to colouring.

The plates are so versatile, they can be used as they have been designed, or even to create toppers for your cards.

 

Josie’s PTC Groovi Collection

If you are a member of Groovi Worldwide, the lovely Josie Davidson organises a Parchment Trading Card Monthly Swap which is free to take part in and is a great way of sharing ideas and inspiration, so check out the Facebook page for more information.

Save 20 percent (plus club discounts) this week only on Josie’s PTC Groovi Collection – available as a set or individually.

Shop this week’s YouTube offers here.

Happy crafting!

Paul xxx


13 thoughts on “YouTube Tuesday – Create Art with PTCs

  1. Hi Paul,
    Those fairies must be mates of my paper pixie who is always hiding things !!!
    Didn’t buy the PTC plates before but having watched your creations I have now placed an order. Magic for making toppers.
    Have a good day.
    🍒🍒🍒

  2. Well what a joy to come home to YouTube Tuesday after an afternoon of U3A Beginners Bridge. Just popped the kettle on to curl up in front of Chromecast to watch you on TV.
    This should be available on the NHS as therapy…..with equipment etc on prescription 🤣🤗😉

  3. How can you say the blog was “a little bit long” Paul. I bet that much therapy would cost a fortune, without the fun! What a hoot.👏
    I’m wondering if it was filmed on a Friday afternoon? It looked like you & Simon were having far too much filming fun………….
    so that worked🤸🤹🤸🤹🤸🤹🤸🤹

  4. Thank you Paul, your demos are always great to watch. You need to send those pesky craft fairies packing, but don’t send them my way I already have some of them hiding in my craft room moving things around. XX

  5. Evening bloggy friends, hope everyone is well and managing some craft. I have a basket with my new things in ready to be used and then put away. I did think about getting a smaller one but I’m glad I went for the medium sized one! XX

  6. Hi Paul great to watch your demos. Never too long.
    When I need a straight line on my parchment I use a Pergamano “White pencil lead”, doping my parching and afterwards I use an eraser. Xx

  7. I haven’t had a chance to watch yet, but will catch up tomorrow, so thanks in advance. I always enjoy watching your demos. I have added the plates to my wish list, which seems to get longer by the day!
    Thanks for looking after the blog and have a good evening. Annette X

  8. Hi Paul, as always an informative and inspiring video. Thanks for stepping in for Barb. The plates are great, and I can see why so many crafters love them, and the creations with them are really pretty. Take care all. Bx

  9. Hi Paul,
    I think your craft fairies must be definitely related to my poltergeist who keeps hiding all my craft stuff and plates etc! I love these little plates, they are fabulous. Love the video. Thank you for stepping in for Barb, love and hugs, Alison.xx

  10. Hi Paul
    Really enjoyed the you tube, the little pieces of artwork are great for practising techniques aren’t they. I hadn’t heard of the coins before so that was interesting too. Oh those naughty fairies, that did make me laugh.
    Love Diane xx

  11. Hello dear Groovi Team,
    I rediscovered parchment art for me. I’ve watched a lot of videos and I always wonder how to make the edges beautiful and what tools there are. I would be very happy to hear from you.
    Thanks and greetings Susann.

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