Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Oldies but goodies...
This Layout is one of my favorites...created in 2004.
My husband took these pictures of us on Mother's Day and I have always loved these pictures.
BTW...I used the QuickQutz for the first time with this LO...I thought it was the coolest thing EVER. Little did I know that CRICUT was on it way.
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Korin Sutherland issued a card sketch challenge on her blog.
This card did NOT turn out as I expected.
It all started with those little yellow brads...I wanted to use them. So I grabbed this striped paper from CTMH's Good Times kit and went from there. I am not convinced this card is "right". But, "not perfect" is OK.
Thanks for looking,
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Nona Davenport issued a splash of challenge on her blog. She challenged us "to create a card or layout with the Silhouette papers (or black, white and neutral colored other papers) AND one accent color."
I ended up making 3 cards!
Thanks for the challenge Nona :)
Sunday, February 17, 2008
This was another swap sketch....1 sketch, 16 pages
The title was left off on purpose. Each participant will get an extra strip of paper to make their title in the future...
Fun Fun Fun!!!
PS...If you love sketches,check out this BLOG. This sketch is a pencil line sketch .
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Close To My Heart Consultant Christine David has a card sketch challenge on her blog. Here is my card. Thanks for the sketch, Christine.
Paper: Colonial White, Hollyhock cardstock and Creative Basics.
Stamp: CTMH Spunky Greetings
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Pauline issued a challenge on her blog to create a LO inspired by the Kenny Chesney song "Don't Blink".
Althought I did this LO last year, it fits this challenge so I thought I'd post it all for you.
Paper: CTMH More to Adore
Stamps: CTMH Rustic
Journaling: There are somethings you just dont GET until you become a mom. The concept of how quickly time will pass is one of them. Seven years of mommy-hood gone in the blink of an eye.
Thanks for looking,
Friday, February 8, 2008
I am going to print what I wrote from this post : http://scraptasticjh.blogspot.com/2007/12/such-sweet-boy.html
As my journaling.
Thanks Angie D for this kit!
My children's school has an ART DAY, and I will be teaching a class on altered Frames. I was asked to create samples for display.
I picked Close To My Heart papers for my samples: Good Times for the boys and Life Delights for the girls.
Thanks for looking.