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Old 01-06-2021, 10:03 AM   #1  
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Another thread asked what YouTubers you follow. Here are mine. Most are Stampin' Up demos, but not all are.

Jane Allmark
Diane Hutchinson
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Another thread asked what YouTubers you follow. Here are mine. Most are Stampin' Up demos, but not all are.

Jane Allmark
Diane Hutchinson
@lostinpaper
Angela Kerr
Weyermann's Whimsey
Linda Bedinger
Jackie Bolhuis
Cardcutups
Prairie Paper & Ink
I’ve found some “ new to me” channels as a change up from the popular ones. I’m really enjoying Mary Polanco and Ardyth Percy-Robb and Positively Papercrafts.
If you like long videos, and mixed Media projects, Maremi’s Small Art is good. She does a lot of encouragement to use what you have and just play. She has the most soothing voice.
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Someone posted about Natasha Foote.(Natasha Foote).
Jennifer McGuire (Jennifer McGuire Ink)
Kristina Werner ( K Werner Designs)
Jackie Bolhuis (Klompen Stampers) she is a SU demo but I like her style
Connie Stewart (Simply Simple Stamping) She is a SU demo---I like her 2 minute Tuesday tips

I like to watch videos as I am a visual learner and they give me inspiration to go try to somethings with what I have. Thanks Paula O for getting this thread going
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If you like high-energy, free-spirited creators My Inkie Fingers is great.
WOW Nola Creations (Susan Levasseur) has a gorgeous, vintage style.
Tina Zinck, The Serene Stamper, has a lot of technique videos and she's very relaxing to watch.
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Here are a few I'm currently watching. I really enjoy them all:

Gina K. Designs --wonderful ideas and a very soothing voice. I find I really look forwards to her videos.
Simon Hurley-he's young and I've read a few grumblings from others about that. To which I say, so what? He has a lot of energy and terrific ideas. I have a few of his stamps & stencils and his line of inks through Ranger are terrific.
Cathy Zielske-She's funny and very informative. Short videos--which I like--with a ton of info!
Sasha Reade-lots of great ideas and easy to follow videos.
Pootles Papercraft--I love Sam's videos...she does mostly 3D boxes, but they are easy to make and always get raves.
Brandyscards-Brandy Cox's videos are so fun and easy to follow. I really enjoy them.
Bibi Cameron-I like her. She is really talented and she breaks down her cards or whatever she's making into easy to follow instructions.

I'm interested in seeing whoever else everyone is watching...who knows? I may pick up a few more favorites!
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Oh my goodness cnsteele...I just went to the serene stampers youtube and what a cool video on double dry embossing....will have to watch her some more. Like that it doesn't require buying more stuff...just using what I have a different way.
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I really enjoy watching Sam Calcott, Mixed Up Craft https://mixedupcraft.com/
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For fun fold cards, I enjoy Lisa Curcio at Lisa's Stamp Studio. She's also an SU demo.
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The Jolly Fat Elf
Jessica Frost Ballas
Glitter Grunge Greetings
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Gerry's Craft Room

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Thank you all for sharing all the great YouTubers.
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Subbing. Great idea!

I like Sam Calcott too and her grandma is just the cutest sweetest thing. She has her own products now but before she gave you directions without a specific die to make cuts.

Scott and card cut ups..esp for them as likes puns. Works in the theater field here in NYC and I like how his brain works when he wants to create something like a pull tab himself. He also does 10 cards from kits...which might inspire some who get kids. (I do not)

https://cardcutups.com/

Sandy Allnock. She does it all. She teaches, She does bible journaling. She works in all mediums. And it isn't long and very down to earth

https://sandyallnock.com/

I will watch McGuire and Werner-they are both very talented BUT they are also usually debuting new product-too tempting for me. So I have temporarily stopped them.

I watch our Lydia here at Understand Blue. Now that I FINALLY got a get press I will be diving into her archives.

Our own Shaz
https://silverwolfcards-shaz.blogspo...be-videos.html

I could spend all day watching this kind of thing-dangerous...I will check out all these new to me ones
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I’ve found some “ new to me” channels as a change up from the popular ones. I’m really enjoying Mary Polanco and Ardyth Percy-Robb and Positively Papercrafts.
If you like long videos, and mixed Media projects, Maremi’s Small Art is good. She does a lot of encouragement to use what you have and just play. She has the most soothing voice.
I LOVE Maremi's Small art!
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Wanted to add my "thanks" for these lists. It's nice to find new inspiration, and I LOVE YouTubers who don't expect me to carve out a large portion of my day to watch a video!
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I recently started watching Kevin Nakagawa's Stampscapes videos again.

I have long been fascinated at the way he is able to build a realistic looking scene with his stamps but never got around to ordering. Yesterday, I made up for it with a big order. I am so excited! I know there will be a learning curve but I think it will be worth the effort.

What I really like about his channel is that he not only shows but actually TEACHES his video viewers things like using light & shadow and other artistic basics that don't come naturally to me.

Here is a sample:
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I add and unsubscribe from my list as time goes. I like short, sweet projects without a lot of stories.

Kelly Acheson (a stamp above.com) I keep her on even though hers tend to be an hour long.
Connie stewart
Sam at mixed up crafts
Positively papercrafts, every once in a while I unsub because I'm not into what she is currently working on (laminating at the moment)
I like Lisa Curcios projects and she's a sweet lady but I unsubbed because of too much product talk. I don't need to hear how to use the trimmer in every video.
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Also love Mary Deatherage! She is such a hoot.
Dawn Griffith (she is an adorable giggler!)
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What I hate is premiers in my feed. Some post premiers that are weeks away.
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Lately, I’ve been watching Lyric Lover Crafts. She has a whole series of ideas for using your DSP, which I’ve been enjoying.
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my friend likes lyric lover. She makes a lot of craft sale items.
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Not craft related, but extremely uplifting.

https://youtu.be/UFhLd3WcL2k
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yes, she does. She has a very pleasant voice. Even though I’m not going to make most of the things she shows, I enjoy watching her while I’m crafting. Almost like crafting with a friend.
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I've made some of her projects as gifts for friends.
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Thanks for all the great suggestions! I have been watching Jennifer McGuire - I find her videos relaxing and encouraging. I watch Natasha Foote, too. Now I have a lot more to discover!
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Tina from Cards and Coffee Time is pretty amazing. She makes 10 cards from a Hero kit and I find her creativity inspiring.
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I recently stumbled upon Paper Outpost:
https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePaperOutpost/videos
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I love Natasha Foote!

Thank you for the lists here, there are several I need to check out.
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I've watched videos by many of those listed in previous posts. They great for inspiration and learning new techniques.
I'd like to share Cat Hand. She does a lot of mixed media (cards, art journals, gel printing and more). Her videos are lengthy but I find them to be relaxing and inspiring. I'll have her on when I'm playing around. Even though I'm not actually watching the video I'll look up from time to time and get an idea from her and run with it.

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I enjoy Karen & Tim Titus, "stamping on the back porch." Husband 'n wife team. Make me laugh every day. Their love for one another and paper crafting. Her laugh makes me laugh, and we all need that nowadays.

I like "Call Me {crafty} Al" she has these monthly videos giving you all the cutting sizes to make the same design for up to 6-12 cards. Sheet Load of Cards. I love that!
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I agree, Kelly can talk, but I usually laugh right along with her.
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Love Scott and his puns. He makes me laugh, just by his laugh. What beautiful cards he makes and his sense of humor is terrific.
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I recently started watching Kevin Nakagawa's Stampscapes videos again.

I have long been fascinated at the way he is able to build a realistic looking scene with his stamps but never got around to ordering. Yesterday, I made up for it with a big order. I am so excited! I know there will be a learning curve but I think it will be worth the effort.

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Definitely checking this out. I'm getting back into scene stamping again. I've moved away from it over the years, watching the "influencers." They really don't do this kind of stamping, and I've found that I miss it. When I made the beach scene cards that are in my Gallery (BTW, the only card set I've sold so far in my Etsy shop!), it re-kindled my passion for scene stamping. I think I will enjoy Kevin's videos, so thank you.

I've also been watching Lavinia at Lavinia Stamps on YouTube. She does beautiful work and has a very soothing voice. I even bought some fairy stamps! Here's one of her videos:
ETA: I tired watching Kevin Nakagawa's Stampscapes video above. I say "tried" because after the first 5 minutes, I couldn't watch him anymore. While his scenes are lovely, there were so many "you knows" that I couldn't continue. I guess it's a pet peeve of mine, but these kinds of things can totally ruin a video for me. Maybe I'll just turn the sound off and watch with captions.

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