Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Where have I been?????

Another mysterious long break from blogging.....let me fill you in.

Saturday: Cleaned scrapbook room - all day......
Sunday: Cleaned house until I couldn't do anymore - all day...........
Monday: worked & slept
Tuesday: worked from home, watched American Idol & fell asleep before I could blog...
wow, that's not too exciting.

However, i DO have some exciting stuff to show you....I'm working on some last minute page samples for our booth at CHA & working with the SUPER stuff from our new dollar line, Route 99! It's addictive to work with, I especially love the photo'll be seeing a lot of samples in the next few days, so stay tuned!

This is a small piece I did to show fun ways to use photo turns. My favorite is the holly. Use a regular hole punch to scallop the edges then add mini fasteners. The flower was Tracy's idea. With the turns stacked like that it's a little tall, but not higher than a pop dot.
Photo turns, Mini fasteners & Plaid paper Magic Scraps, Square paper KI Memories, Rub-On Wordsworth, Stamps Fontwerks, ribbon unknown, Ink Ranger

The "World's Cutest Baby"features poly pieces (the blue ribbon accent), photo turns & a poly tag (SuperStar) by Magic Scraps, Rub-ons by Gin-X and patterned paper by Junkitz.

"London Times" features Clear Accents & Mini Fasteners (the gears) & transparency by Magic Scraps, A watch face from 7 Gypsies, Rub-ons from Making Memories & 7 Gypsies, Clock parts from Walnut Hollow, Paper from Rusty Pickle & Bazzill, a map, ink from Ranger.

This layout features one of our new collections, the Beach line and I went ahead & threw in some photo turns, cause I just couldn't hellp it!!!!

Paper (solid & patterned), light blue transparency, library pocket, framework (picture frame with overlay), Clear Detail Minis (words on transparencies & clear color reinforcements with fasteners), Virtual metal letter stickers, felt die cuts all from Magic Scraps, file folder by Design Originals, stamps Fontwerks & office supply date stamp, ink by Ranger.

I have more that are started so keep checking back!


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