Friday, August 31, 2007
Well, it's almost time for customers to vote! Starting this Sunday, Sept. 2 through Sept. 15, customers can vote for their favorite entries. If you happen to be in the Walnut Creek area, I'd appreciate a vote! My Daughter's Wish is on Broadway, next door to Changes Salon and right across the street from the Catina Mexican restaurant. Even if you don't scrap, it's great eye candy!
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Monday, August 27, 2007
Just a few pictures tonight for my MDW design team entry. I have a few cards to finish for a swap tonight, 'cause a few found their way into the altered card portfolio I submitted. Here are a few peeks before I cover the dinigroom table yet again with all of my inks and papers.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
I dropped off my design team entry at my favorite scrapbook store today, My Daughter's Wish. Even if I don't make it onto the team, I'm really happy with the album and portfolio I produced, and I'll be posting images over the next couple of days. I'm having a hard time keeping my eyes open tonight ( I know so many moms who are on the work after the kids go to bed until midnight schedule, and it's almost bedtime, ladies). I will post a couple of pages from a mini-album I did at the Jackson retreat, because it's Matt's current favorite. Our one and only trip to the snow last winter... I hope we get more of it this year!
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Here are a few cards I've done for a swap I'm participating in. The theme is embellishments. I have tons of little treasures stored away, but when it came down to doing the cards, I found it rather difficult to use multiple embelishments. I guess I'm usually an ink and paper kind of gal.
Thursday, August 2, 2007
A few weeks ago I got some new stamps from River City Rubber Works, and have had fun playing with them. Among others I picked up an anatomy set, a phrenology set, and morse code stamps. I have an unnatural attachment to anatomical heart images, so I've been creating a series based on that stamp. I can't wait to play with the others (especially the one that diagrams the cuts of beef on a cow). Matt thinks it's a little morbid, but I don't see anatomy pictures that way at all. It's more of symbol of exposure than morbidity. At least I view it that way...