Thursday, September 27, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
This is the last challenge for September from our guest designer, Dana Miron. The challenge was to make a layout about my high school memories. This is what I came up with. I used some older chatterbox paper I had around and I cut the letters with the GEORGE cricut font (it comes with the cricut...at least the original cricut). High School was a great time for me.
I have been working on my DT stuff for the HSS upload on Oct. 2. I made a layout using Dream Street paper that I really like. I cant wait til I can share it!
I have 3 birthdays next week...my twins on Oct. 2nd and my oldest son on Oct. 4th. I need to do some shopping soon. The oldest should be easy to shop for, but the twins are a bit harder. They want some funny things...like football pads (to use in the backyard). Ill have to see what I can find.
Hope youre having a great day!
The list for the BINGO game has gone up for the Scrap-Pink event at HSS this weekend. If you haven't signed up yet, there is still time. There will be lots of challenges, games, and make and takes...you get points for everything you participate in and there are awesome prizes!
*1st Prize - Cricut Expression Machine
*2nd Prize - Cricut Machine
*3rd Prize - Cuttlebug Machine
and many more prizes!
You get 100 points if you are in the first 100 to sign up. You also get your name in a drawing for some stuff from Rusty Pickle just for signing up! Come on over and join in the fun! Remember to say twinsand2boys sent ya in the comments section of check-out when making your donation.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
This was the second challenge Dana gave us for September. We were supposed to do a layout about our Junior High/Middle School Memories. (Quit laughing at my hair LOL). I found some 8x10 pics of me in 7th and 8th grade and printed them smaller, but my printer isnt really great at pictures and they look even worse after being printed and scanned LOL. Anyway, this is what I came up with. I used my new cricut cartridge, printing press...I love how the letters change in size and thickness...very eclectic. Thanks for looking! Have a great day!
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Saturday, September 15, 2007
I got a couple of challenges done at HSS and thought I would share. Our Guest DT for September is Dana Miron (One of the Designers for Dream Street). She has given us challenges to create layouts about our school memories. This is my first challenge...elementary school. Ive been out of school for a while, so elementary school was a bit of a challenge for me. I loved this Daisy Ds paper though...thought the colors were perfect.
Friday, September 14, 2007
My first thing ever being pubbed should be coming next month...in the Oct/Nov Paper Trends. Then I have one in November Cards, and then two items in Dec/Jan Paper Trends (one of which she emailed me about). I can hardly wait to see them! Anyway, I had to share my excitement over the email. Hope you are all having a great day!
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Kids got out early today, started them on homework and dh came home early. Now my youngest has scouts, and my oldest has baseball. I havent gotten anything done today. Blogging is addictive, and I spend way to much time online. Hope youre all having a great day!
This is a journal I made last night. I thought I could write something I loved about my husband each day and then give it to him. Figured its gotta be good for the relationship to look for the good everyday right? Plus who wouldnt love to read a journal full of nice things about themselves?
I used the Love Elsie Betty Collection paper. My favorite Doodlebug Expressions rubons...love that font! and I kandee love market tag...I took the tab off of it. Then I used a sticker from 7 gypsies that says Made with undying passion by:_____________. I debated between that sticker and one that says limited edition __of__.
I notice that my time is still wrong...oh well. I cant figure it out. Thanks for looking!
Here are the things I uploaded for my DT projects at HSS this month
The Love Notes box was made with a pattern I found in the Gooseberry Patch Christmas book 9, it was really easy. The paper is Love Elsie Betty Collection. Also, I got to use my cricut for the first time on this! So much fun and so easy! I just love this font...its called All Mixed Up. Doodlebug also makes rubons in the same font.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
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