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The Snatcher Camp: Diabolical Duality Let creativity SNATCH you up this October as Gladrags Wizardwear (Graphics, Arts, & Crafts) takes you on an unconventional journey of artistic expression.

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Have you ever failed, (though we prefer the word tried), so hard at something you were creating that you just had to laugh and start over? Have you ever glued your hand to a project on accident? Do you get creative blocks that you just aren’t sure how to get past? Welcome to the Dark side of Creation! This is a place to share your biggest fails tries, blocks, and accidents as well as a place to share how you got past those hurtles. All creative mediums are welcome! If you have pictures, feel free to share…if not…well…we understand!

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Oh I have a great one from JUST LAST WEEK!

So as a side gig, I make Minnie Mouse ears and sell them on Etsy for people to buy for when they visit Disney parks. It requires a little bit of sewing and a LOT of hot glue. Well, it was hot in my house the other day, so I was wearing shorts and working on the floor, when I went to put my hot glue gun down. Apparently this one is faulty, because a HUGE glob of glue came out as I set it down, RIGHT on to my exposed leg. In my panic, because it was HOT, I used my HAND to pull the glob off and effectively burned the side of my finger as well.

Did I mention I had two weddings this weekend too? So I was sporting some lovely Pokemon bandaids with my fancy dresses.

Anyways, if you're having a bad day, just remember you didn't burn yourself with hot glue making Minnie ears and you'll be fine
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Oh I have a great one from JUST LAST WEEK!

So as a side gig, I make Minnie Mouse ears and sell them on Etsy for people to buy for when they visit Disney parks. It requires a little bit of sewing and a LOT of hot glue. Well, it was hot in my house the other day, so I was wearing shorts and working on the floor, when I went to put my hot glue gun down. Apparently this one is faulty, because a HUGE glob of glue came out as I set it down, RIGHT on to my exposed leg. In my panic, because it was HOT, I used my HAND to pull the glob off and effectively burned the side of my finger as well.

Did I mention I had two weddings this weekend too? So I was sporting some lovely Pokemon bandaids with my fancy dresses.

Anyways, if you're having a bad day, just remember you didn't burn yourself with hot glue making Minnie ears and you'll be fine
Oh, no! Your poor leg!

This reminded me of my own hot glue horror story. It was about 3 years ago, and it was one of the first times I'd ever used hot glue. I think I was making a Draco Malfoy-inspired headband to wear to a midnight release party for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, but I don't even remember what the craft was anymore. Anyway, my cat decided to jump in my lap while I was working. He wouldn't get down and I was in a major time crunch, so I tried to work around him (literally!)

This turned out to be a bad idea because I ended up dropping my hot glue tool. The good news was I caught it before it could fall on my cat and burn him; the bad news was I caught it by the nozzle and burned my hand.

Lesson learned: no cats allowed in the room while I'm using hot glue!
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Oh, man! Hot glue burns always suck so bad! Any kind of burns tbh! I hate getting burned

Well, if you haven't taken a look at the edible tutorials thread and read through my pull-apart cupcake cake tutorial...You should read that first before you read this.

So I made it last month, the day before my service event for my church, and decided that I would take it for the volunteers that were going to be there because we all signed up to bring something. Generally when I have to transport a cake like that my husbands drives and I hold it because I know exactly how I need to move to make sure it doesn't move. Well. Unfortunately, this time my husband wasn't coming until later and I had to take my 3 teenage nieces. One full volunteered to hold it for me in the front seat of my car which was where i wanted it to be. I explained to her exactly what she needed to do, how to turn in the opposite direction from the way I was turning, etc. She was ready and so we headed out...but as we were pulling out of my very steep driveway....she didn't turn the cake in the right direction and the last 3 rows of the hand grip of the wand cake fell off the foam board....LUCKILY one of my nieces that was sitting in the back seat caught them and we put it back on.

Then we quickly decided that it would be better if the two in the back seat were holding it. BIG MISTAKE. They weren't paying attention like i told them to and we had a 20 minute drive. Every curve, every stop, every take off the cake shifted. One of my nieces even decided that it would be a good idea to move my star/magic shapes, which i had glued down with frosting....which got frosting all over my foam board and I asked her what she was thinking moving them when they were glued down...which I had told her they were and they needed to pay attention to the wand not the star/magic shapes.

But of course....teenagers and their cell phones. I was very upset by the time we got there because that was about 6 to 8 hours of work that they couldn't be bothered to keep in place. Luckily it wasn't too badly messed up. I fixed it as soon as we got into the kitchen. It wasn't as good as it had been, but it still looked alright...despite the frosting stains all over my once clean board.
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Hot glue guns are no joke, my GOSH! Right up there with super glue - I've glued my fingers together more times than I am willing to admit.

I've had my share of mishaps in crafting and baking (oh boy), but one of the things that has frustrated me a lot recently is when trying to make a manip and I just cannot get the color correction to go right or no matter what I do something just feels off. A lot of the time my pride will just not let me take the "easy way out" and I will sit at my laptop in my Adobe Elements for hours (okay not HOURS but I can spend a whole evening fiddling with adjustment layers and masking tools) trying to make things work. Sometimes I throw in the towel because I get the dramatic feels and don't ever want to look at the project again. Other times I will turn to the god ol' option of making things black and white. For real, it saves so much grief sometimes. Sure, we all like colored images and they do look lovely, but there is charm in black and white as well and sometimes you just need to go an easier route for your sanity
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Ouch Lissy! Your poor leg! Rhi! *winces at both hot glue accidents* Oh Suzy!

Pixie I'm so with you on the manips. I can sit for hours playing around and still not be happy with it!

I think my most painful/worst accident was when I was putting the girl scout badges on my daughter's vests. I hadn't realized the iron was so close and brushed my arm against it....
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Kath I have definitely glue fingers together with super glue before. That is always a good time!

Liz: OMG I physically cringed thinking about you brushing your arm against a hot iron. OMG I can't even imagine how horrible that was.

As for graphics...I am literally self taught with guidance from others. I am not good with manips and I have never tried animations. I go through blocks with graphics pretty often, especially when my anxiety is high. But there have been times when making graphics and I am just sitting there not really loving whats in front of me. I'll make adjustments until my eyes start hurting. But 9 times out of 10...if I find a different image to use for the color scheme or feeling that I am going for...it works out in the end.
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Okay I have a baking fail story. I have MANY burns, from touching 500 degree Fahrenheit cast iron pots to accidentally brushing against hot sheet pans, but the worst burn is when something happens like A MELTED CAKE. Suzy's story reminded me of this.

I've posted it on Facebook before but here we go SS, why not.

It was approximately 90 degrees F outside last October, and I had no (functioning) air conditioning in my house. I was making a caramel Swiss meringue buttercream for my mom's birthday cake, and really hadn't made many smooth, stacked layer cakes before. I also had not really worked with SMBC before (which is like 50% egg whites and 50% butter, so it does not like heat). I ALSO had not really produced a drip cake before, where it looks like something is spilling over the edge of the cake. Well, I attempted all these things on a hot day, and after getting the cake lovely and to a stage that I could live with, I placed it in the fridge. I walked away to clean up and get ready to transport said cake (I lived alone at the time) and that's when it happened.

It slid. All the cute swirls of buttercream slid right off the edge of the cake, right off the salted caramel drip, and right down to the cake board. I had no choice but to laugh instead of cry, and then attempt to transport this disaster from my house to my mom's house in a cake carrier in a hot car. Here's your proof that it happened: Instagram vs. Reality.

Now I always use the buddy system, like Suzy suggested, and I'm wary of gravity literally taking the edge off my cake so I don't put anything so close to the edge.
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ow. you guys. ouch.

we're all walking disasters, I just spilled my tea on myself and my homework, triggering a whole existential crisis
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Ouch Ro! And OH NO! I probably would have laughed too after a second of staring at what happened

This reminded me of a lovely cake I made for Easter one year. My husband decided to put it in the oven til it was time to go? Well he melted my lovely icing because he didn't check to make sure the oven was cool before putting it in....

Well that wasn't my mistake but it was my beauty

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oddly enough, today I decided to try my hand at making candy using those candy melts you can get at a craft store. I wanted to make witches broom/chocolate suckers for a party we are throwing this weekend.
  1. The sucker sticks I bought were too big, so I had to find a way to trim them.
  2. I followed directions both on the packages and via youtube videos I watched. The chocolate melts burnt in the microwave. The house smells lovely.
  3. The squeezey bottles that are designed for use with these candies a) didn't work and b) one popped/exploded on me while I was trying to squeeze the melted chocolate out of it.
  4. I finally gave up on the bottles and switched to piping bags - which I of course ran out of, so now I'm using ziplock baggies with a corner cut off. Not a huge deal.
  5. The biggest issue has been melted chocolate everywhere! I have gone through 3 hand towels and a roll of paper towels.

But after 3 tries, I finally have a baker's dozen done and I think I finally have the knack of it!
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This thread has CURSED YOU hahahaaaha

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Ouch Ro! And OH NO! I probably would have laughed too after a second of staring at what happened

This reminded me of a lovely cake I made for Easter one year. My husband decided to put it in the oven til it was time to go? Well he melted my lovely icing because he didn't check to make sure the oven was cool before putting it in....

Well that wasn't my mistake but it was my beauty

Oh no, lmao your husband is FIRED. At least it was just for family, right? (I'm guessing?)

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oddly enough, today I decided to try my hand at making candy using those candy melts you can get at a craft store. I wanted to make witches broom/chocolate suckers for a party we are throwing this weekend.
  1. The sucker sticks I bought were too big, so I had to find a way to trim them.
  2. I followed directions both on the packages and via youtube videos I watched. The chocolate melts burnt in the microwave. The house smells lovely.
  3. The squeezey bottles that are designed for use with these candies a) didn't work and b) one popped/exploded on me while I was trying to squeeze the melted chocolate out of it.
  4. I finally gave up on the bottles and switched to piping bags - which I of course ran out of, so now I'm using ziplock baggies with a corner cut off. Not a huge deal.
  5. The biggest issue has been melted chocolate everywhere! I have gone through 3 hand towels and a roll of paper towels.

But after 3 tries, I finally have a baker's dozen done and I think I finally have the knack of it!
This is a perfect step-by-step description of the first time I try making anything ever. Love it. I'm glad it worked out for you in the end!
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Okay I have a baking fail story. I have MANY burns, from touching 500 degree Fahrenheit cast iron pots to accidentally brushing against hot sheet pans, but the worst burn is when something happens like A MELTED CAKE. Suzy's story reminded me of this.

I've posted it on Facebook before but here we go SS, why not.

It was approximately 90 degrees F outside last October, and I had no (functioning) air conditioning in my house. I was making a caramel Swiss meringue buttercream for my mom's birthday cake, and really hadn't made many smooth, stacked layer cakes before. I also had not really worked with SMBC before (which is like 50% egg whites and 50% butter, so it does not like heat). I ALSO had not really produced a drip cake before, where it looks like something is spilling over the edge of the cake. Well, I attempted all these things on a hot day, and after getting the cake lovely and to a stage that I could live with, I placed it in the fridge. I walked away to clean up and get ready to transport said cake (I lived alone at the time) and that's when it happened.

It slid. All the cute swirls of buttercream slid right off the edge of the cake, right off the salted caramel drip, and right down to the cake board. I had no choice but to laugh instead of cry, and then attempt to transport this disaster from my house to my mom's house in a cake carrier in a hot car. Here's your proof that it happened: Instagram vs. Reality.

Now I always use the buddy system, like Suzy suggested, and I'm wary of gravity literally taking the edge off my cake so I don't put anything so close to the edge.
OH, RORO, NOOOOOOOOOOOO! It was a beautiful cake though and i am sure it was delicious! I haven't tried the Swiss meringue buttercream yet. It seems daunting and I am scared of it lol The buttercream recipe i do use though hold up pretty well and I live in florida! lolol At least you laughed about it instead of cried though. You gotta make lemonade out of lemons!


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we're all walking disasters, I just spilled my tea on myself and my homework, triggering a whole existential crisis
lolol oh no!!!!!!!!!

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This reminded me of a lovely cake I made for Easter one year. My husband decided to put it in the oven til it was time to go? Well he melted my lovely icing because he didn't check to make sure the oven was cool before putting it in....

Well that wasn't my mistake but it was my beauty

OH NO! I would have been soooooo upset. You put the cake in the fridge not the oven! Learning moment for your hubs indeed! lolol

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oddly enough, today I decided to try my hand at making candy using those candy melts you can get at a craft store. I wanted to make witches broom/chocolate suckers for a party we are throwing this weekend.
  1. The sucker sticks I bought were too big, so I had to find a way to trim them.
  2. I followed directions both on the packages and via youtube videos I watched. The chocolate melts burnt in the microwave. The house smells lovely.
  3. The squeezey bottles that are designed for use with these candies a) didn't work and b) one popped/exploded on me while I was trying to squeeze the melted chocolate out of it.
  4. I finally gave up on the bottles and switched to piping bags - which I of course ran out of, so now I'm using ziplock baggies with a corner cut off. Not a huge deal.
  5. The biggest issue has been melted chocolate everywhere! I have gone through 3 hand towels and a roll of paper towels.

But after 3 tries, I finally have a baker's dozen done and I think I finally have the knack of it!
Oh Merlin! Candy melts can be difficult to use! I made a small round cake for my brother and his wife to cut into at their wedding with cupcakes for the guests and made seashells with the candy melts...it took me forever to make all of them...but that is a story for the light side because it was a success. But yeah..candy melts are difficult and a definite learning process!
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