It’s been a really long time since anyone’s seen the Scrap Wrangler. But thanks to the generosity of my patrons – she’s back!
Translating Scrap Wrangler:
- Biggest toad in the pond – Scrap Wrangler’s the only Wrangler, so is clearly the biggest one.
- Barkin’ at a Knot – Bein’ upset over nothin’
- Greenbacks – money
- That dog won’t hunt – That idea won’t fly!
- SER….somebody else’s ribbon.
- By hook or crook – one way or another
- Cowpoke – a guy!
- Snug it up – tighten it
- Bang up – excellent
- Sticky as a beehive – sticky
- With a lick and a promise – shoddy work
- Pop yer corn – give me your opinion
- Shoot yer mouth off – leave a comment
- Varmint – another creature
- Skedaddle – leave
- Up in a spout – in trouble
- Rattle up yer hocks – get going!
Want more Scrap Wrangler? Go become a patron, and leave your ideas on my patron activity wall. That’s where this idea came from! Below are stills of the cards shown…super simple ideas, hopefully ones that’ll help you use up some SER, and in nice flat ways that work great for OWH too!
“Pop yer corn” in a comment below…how big is your pile, bag, or bin of scraps?