Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Skittles - Episode 15

87 comments:

  1. I just want to say you are too cute....love your videos!

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  2. Great video! YOu have finaly answered the question of skittles. Don't put my name in, I just found some monday. But thanks for the video.

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  3. Robyn - I love everyone of your videos! I can't wait to see your skittles card. Delicously yummy - my new favorite adjective, lol!!

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  4. You are too funny, I do not need any but i wanted to say I LOVE your tutorials. KEEP EM COMING

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  5. Love it!!

    Thanks for posting a video!!

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  6. I love the video. I can't wait to see what you make with them.

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  7. Another great Video. Thanks Robyn!

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  8. I'm going to comment, but don't put my name in the RAK... Just wanted to say that you and these videos are just toooo much!!.. Keep up the good work...I do watch all of them... and take good notes!..

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  9. Robyn...I could watch your videos all day long. I always scan the MB to see if you have done another one. Keep 'em coming!

    Shell
    Shellscraps

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  10. Cute! What kind of adhesive are people using with these??

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  11. I've never used the skittles before... but we just got back from WalMart and we bought a bag of the candy skittles! Can't wait to see what you do with them!
    Brenda M.

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  12. Love the video nice of you to clarify this for the MB....Brooke Doroha bmwpcr25@hotmail.com

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  13. I wondered wherepeople were getting these! Thanks for sharing with us!
    Peggy S. from Ohio

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  14. You crack me up!! I ahve never heard of them called Skittles...I have some Dew Drops which are the same thing although they cost more for sure!! And then i knwo some others out ther are called baubles...so thanks for the heads up on the Skittles!!

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  15. LOVED YOUR VIDEO and thanks so much for sharing what these little yummy gems are! I'd love to gie them a try but the closest Micheals to me is over 200+ miles away! I'll keep a looout for them at other places as ideas are pooring thru my head as how to use them. Again THANKS for sharing!

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  16. Joyce Walker4/30/2008 1:19 PM

    Another great Video! I always look forward to see what you will post next.

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  17. I love skittles candy!!! And love the product you are calling skittles!!
    Mandy K
    mandykirk@hotmail.com

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  18. I love the idea of these skittles and would love to try them. We have no craft stores here and the LSS don't carr much. YUCK for small towns when you craft. Love your videos and help Thanks
    Yvonne

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  19. Great video. Definately give me a better idea of what I should be looking for.

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  20. Thanks for doing the great video. My closest M's is 250 miles:( Can't wait to see your cards.
    Peggy T.

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  21. Great video!! I can't find these new yummy accents anywhere so seeing them close up really helped me figure out what they are! If you still have some I would love a sampling!
    Cricaddict

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  22. I love your videos. They are great. Now I know what skittles are.
    Faye

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  23. Tara from IL4/30/2008 2:17 PM

    great video!!! gotta love those skittles :)

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  24. Thanks for all of your creativity and advice! You rock!

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  25. First time I ever saw or heard about them. Would love to win some becuse they look awesome. Thanks for the video otherwise I would never have known about these skittles

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  26. I wondered about the size! I have seen some of the bigger ones but I think this would be a better size for scrapbooks.

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  27. Love the "skittles"!! This is the first I've heard them called that. I managed to get the clear, blue mix and pink mix way before they were marked down. I never saw the nice purple ones though. I'd love to get some of those! Our Michaels is now out of them :-(

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  28. Awesome!! Thse are just too cute...and the colors you picked are just wonderful!!!!

    I'm also Yami over on SCS too :)

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  29. Thanks for the info--I probably would've waltzed into Michaels and asked them where the skittles were! Hopefully I can get to a Michaels before they are all clearanced out, as I'm a small town girly. ;) Yay! They are so cute!

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  30. I live in Canada so not even sure that I could find them in Micheals up here...but I love what I am seeing. I also love your videos and you are doing great. TFS everything I look forward to your next video.

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  31. You are one creative lady!
    Thanks so much for doing these videos. I have learned so much from you!

    AndreaBell1

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  32. Okay, this is really funny to me that they have the nickname skittles. I would have never thought to use those. Now I'm wanting some, and I'll be right next to Michaels in a few minutes when we go pick up my camera. YAY!!!

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  33. Great video explanation. Have you dyed them yet? Don't enter me in your drawing but thank you for sharing.

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  34. Yipee! These are great. I love em - love the colors you ave shown here in the video. Who knows - maybe I'll get lucky and get picked (I never am, but I can hope!)

    Caroline

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  35. I'm so glad you did this video, I have been wondering for quite a while what they were. Looking forward to your drawing and future vidoes.

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  36. Thanks Robin, I went last night to try and find some no luck. Can't wait to see what you create with them.
    Thanks Vickie

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  37. Thank you for your viedos Robyn. I was at M's yesterday but did not find any. I can't wait to see what you create.
    Thanks Vickie

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  38. I've been wondering what the buz was about "skittles". Thanks for taking the time to share. I love your blog.

    Pam
    Blacksburg, VA

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  39. Great video Robyn! Can't wait to see what you do with the Skittles...I need inspiration!

    Cheryll

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  40. Well I'll be..I can not wait to see what you make with them also..I cant NEVER find anything good like that around here..Do you have to use a special glue? Wonder if maybe thet are just going to have to change the name of them redo the packaging because of teh name skittles. HURRY and make something I WANTS TO SEE IT PLEASE...:+)
    OOO LOVE YOUR VIDEO"S!!!!!

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  41. I love your videos and loved watching your hands! Great job!

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  42. Bridget Lolar4/30/2008 4:46 PM

    Very pretty colors! Can not wait to see what you do with them :)

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  43. I'm loving all your videos.
    Thanks a ton for this one as I haven't seen these yet and wasn't sure what they were called, how big they were or what they really looked like. I appreciate having a chance to win a sample of them!
    Michele
    scrappin2boys_2girls

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  44. I had never heard of "Skittles", but they look like Dew Drops. I'll have to try them out, thanks! I want you to know I LOVE all of your videos and think you are just too adorable!!

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  45. You are such an enabler!! lol
    I am such a visual person. I love to look at all your vidios.
    They help me way more than reading anything.
    Some one has RAKd me some already but I did spot them in Michaels today.
    They were not in clearance.
    They were in a center metal bin on the bottom. I don't even know how I spotted them They still were 2$ but very few there.
    Michaels were real stinkers on taking coupons too.

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  46. I am a newbie and love coming home from work and looking at your site. I love the videos and you have taught me alot. so today kids watching tv and they hear you say skittles and they come running, 8 & 6 saying they want some. we watched your video and I am excited but they of course were not. LOL I have never tried these nifty things but would love to win your drawing and jump in and try!

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  47. I just love watching your videos. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy day to do this. You are a very talented lady.

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  48. Can't wait to see how you are using these! Thanks for taking the time to do videos for us.

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  49. I so love your videos...These skittle are so much fun. I've used them a couple of times and I have to say that they're a much cheaper version of dew drops...You can do so many different things with them, but don't a a photo of the projects I've used them on.

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  50. another great video robyn thanks for all u do :D

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  51. Skittle dee, skittle doo,
    I like skittles
    & so do you!!

    Awesome videos Robyn!

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  52. Fabulous video; I haven't seen these but I do own one small bottle of dew drops. :D These will be much better; can't wait to snag some!!!

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  53. I have never heard of "skittles" but they are too cute! I may just have to check my local M's to see if they have any too!

    Thanks for the awesome videos ;)

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  54. Love the Skittles. I was one of the lucky people to walk into Michaels and ask for Skittles and you are right they do look at you like you are crazy. Keep making the videos - LOVE THEM ALL

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  55. Have never heard of skittles, but now I'm anxious to see what can be created with them. I'll be watching as I check you blog daily. Glad to hear your MRI was nothing too serious, but something that can be healed with a little rest and physical therapy.

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  56. Very cute, very cute - I too wonder what adhesive you use with these?

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  57. I would love to win some skittles!! Thanks so much for the chance to win.

    kim3timemom@yahoo.com

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  58. Thanks Robyn your the best! I love the video! I had never heard of skittles before I started posting on cricut. I cant wait to see what you make with them. I will have to branch out and try them who knows I might become addicted to them too. I would love to win some :)

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  59. I have never heard of skittles but am intrigued to see their application. Love your videos!

    Lana D
    Treasureton ID

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  60. Hi Robyn,
    I love your videos, please could I be added for the RAK, they are not available here in Oz, &
    I would love to try them!
    Lorraine

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  61. Robyn,

    Great video. Makes me want to go out and buy some skittles!

    Maggie

    P.S. I love candy skittles too!

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  62. I would love to win skittles. I am having a hard time finding them.

    YOUR VIDEOS ARE GREAT! I'm always excited to see a new one posted!

    Thank you!
    pj4beck

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  63. I just love your videos! And I would love to be entered to get some of those skittles to play with. By the way I do have a candy dish here with some skittles in it too.

    Jannette D.
    Jannettewa@hotmail.com

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  64. OK - so I just asked my bff today, "what the heck are these skittles things - is it the candy??" she just laughed and said no and told me to look on your site! I LOVE them!! I can't wait to see what you make. Wished my M's had them...will have to live through your video's...lol

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  65. Cute video! I definitely want to try to find these, I just haven't had a chance to make out to to Michaels yet. I'm sure they'll all be gone by now, though!

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  66. I love your videos.Thank you for answering the mystery of what skittles are.....

    mechelle90@cox.net

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  67. Wow look at how many comments today! I can't wait to see what you do with them.

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  68. Judy Cartwright5/01/2008 7:11 AM

    Robyn, you are TOO funny!! I want to try to dye some of them.........are you going to make a video about that?? :)

    Judy

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  69. I have not heard them called skittles, but I have been trying to find them. I don't know what they are really called.

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  70. I just love your videos! I look forward to seeing what you have to teach us next! Thanks for sharing your time and talent. Oh, and I've never used "Skittles", but they look fun! :-) Have a great day!

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  71. I love your videos, I would love to see a video of you dying skittles too. Keep up the good video work.

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  72. Gotta run to Michaels and look for these - they are so cool! Can't wait to see more ideas for using them!

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  73. I was wondering what skittles were! I kept seeing the name in the title of the posts on the cricut MB and I didn't have a clue! Do you know if WalMart carries them?...cause I don't have any other craft store within 200 miles....boohoo! Thanks for the clarification!...Grammy B

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  74. Thanks so much for the video. Our little group of scrappers are organizing a skittles swap amongst ourselves. I can't wait until I get all of the skittles so I can send them out and we can all start playing with them.

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  75. I have seen the clear ones... never seen the colored ones... they look like so much fun...

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  76. Skittles are yummy and these ones look very neat. What is the original intention of a skittle? If they are in the floral department I would assume that they are for ???? hmmmm....I'm stumped. I think I need more caffiene. Is that even spelled corectly. Love your videos.

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  77. Hi Robyn,
    I was wondering, what is the proper name for the skittles? I hope I can make it to purchase them before Michael's discontinues them! Thank you so much for the tutorials, they are easy to understand and follow.
    Debby
    Pittsburgh, PA

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  78. These are the latest rave on the all the forum groups. I have never bought any yet and/or tried them. Would LOVE to have a few to give a try with them on my next card and/or scrapbook page!!1

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  79. I've never heard of crafting skittles but would love to try them. Thanks for the video.
    dottie_42_2001@yahoo.com

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  80. Joelle Brooks5/02/2008 4:01 PM

    These look really fun to "play" around with. I have never seen them before. The variations in color are interesting. Keep up the great work!!

    Joelle Brooks

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  81. Hi Robyn,

    not going in this - but I just found some of these skittles in BigW here the other day for like .50c and didn't know what they were but they looked good so I thought I'd get some... funny

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  82. Kadie Labadie5/03/2008 6:25 AM

    Thank You for introducing me to Skittles. Would LOVE to receive a sample of these from you. Just know that you are going to create some FABULOUS ideas using these. PLEASE pick me! Oh Happy Day! Kadie

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  83. I love your videos.
    I've never heard of the skittles. They would make beautiful flower centers or just cute bling~bling.
    Take care,
    Christy

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  84. hello. I have been in search of these "Skittles" that I see a lot of people using and would love to try, but I can't seem to find them. I wanted to know if you know the actual name of these? I couldn't tell from the tag on your video. I am bound and determined to hunt these down, but having a name attached is always easier! Thanks for all of the great videos. They are so much fun to watch and learn from!! can you email me at mel_ant@hotmail.com

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  85. Hi Robyn,
    Are Skittles still available out there somewhere? Thanks
    Marlamae

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