Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Here is my bucket list. This was harder that I thought because I found out that my list is always changing.
I think I need to go and ink all the edges.
Monday, April 27, 2009
Inspired by a board game – Do a layout that is inspired by a board game. Example: you could use a checkerboard background, you could embellish a page with a game piece or monopoly money, or you could do a page about your family’s game night. Let your imagination run wild.
I was inspired by the game "clue" when I was a little girl. I loved the thought of a house with hidden passages and having a mystery to solve. Patterned papers are from Stampin' Up, Fancy Pants, Card stock from Stampin' Up, adhesive from Xyron. I must confess the photos were not taken by me...but they captured the correct feeling I was looking for. I don't know who the photographers are but whoever you are ...Thank you!
What you may not know about me is that I grew up being scared on a regular basis. My father and his siblings grew up in a haunted house so they always enjoyed scaring the tar out of us kids, so the thought of a spooky house was normal to us. Maybe that should be the subject of my "It runs in the family page"
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Ginger, I thought you would like to know, I shot a 173 tonight and we missed you !!!
The winner is ......Sherry. Congratulations! I drop them by tomorrow on my way home from work.
Are you all ready for week 4 ? This weeks challenges are "Inspired by a board game" and "The bucket list". I am looking forward to seeing your creations.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
I'm sharing my incomplete wordle layout. There will be a pic on the black mat and three pics on the dotted strip. I'll share my finished lo in the next fer days. The supply list is simple. Paper is from Stampin' Up, Adhesive from Xyron and every thing else is form American Crafts (Thickers). In the past I wordled at the above mentioned site, printed it on card stock and added to my layout. This time I just went to my Thicker stash and let things fly.
This lo is for Pope Creek Archery's spring shoot. We shoot once a week for six weeks and it starts tomorrow evening. Soooooo........ I'll have pics late tomorrow night to complete this lo.
I'm not going to have my normal partner "Ginger" this time and I'm sure going to miss her. :0( She stuck by me last year when I was absolutely horrible. I thinks she just needs a break from me :0, but she says she has a conflicting commitment with her daughter. So for this shoot my husband is going to be my partner and Ginger and I will be a team again in the fall.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
A Monochromatic page – Do a layout using different shades of the same color. Example: baby blue, sky blue, navy blue and midnight blue. You can use one neutral color (white or brown or black). No other colors are allowed.
Here's my take on the monochromatic challenge. I did use brown as my neutral. This page is of my husbands paternal grandmother (Megans Great Grandmother). I think she was beautiful.
The papers are from SandyLion , Stampin'up and Walmart. The ribbons are Fancy Pants, flowers are Bazzill, Thickers from American Crafts, and the buttons are from my Grandmas sewing stash.
I will put the journaling in the folder after I get done with my genology reasearch on Hubbies ansestors.
With the scraps from my lo I did another 6x6 for my "100 things I Love" album (remember the Peeps Bunny page). This photo was taken at my grandmothers house. They tell me I was telling my little cousin why she would need a purse when she got big like me.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
I had our cat pick the winner this week.
Squeeker says the winner is...........................................Megan. Congratulations! Don't want to put the glass in the mail so I'll be in touch.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
It has been calling me so I had better give it away before I open it myself.
I had Martie a friend from work draw the winner and the winner is .... Christine N. . Congratulations, I'll get your prize on its way tomorrow. Hope you'll let us see your purse when it's finished.
A Page with out Pattern Paper, unless you make it your self – Do a lo that starts with only solid color paper. You can leave it solid or you can turn it into patterned paper by stamping, doodling, painting, printing, etc.to turn it into you very own designed pattern paper.
I had fun with this one. While watching TV I did a little playing with markers. I felt like a little girl again. Every thing is done free hand. Parts are scrap lifted and parts are embellishment opportunities. The paper (solid of course) and the markers are all Stampin' Up. Colored staples are from my desk and the star brad and large Rick rack are from the stash. On the far right side of the layout there is a wheel that spins so the word in the window can be changed. There are words like insanity, clumsiness, embarrassment, goofiness and others. I plan to display this on my desk and change the picture and word as we do crazy things.
Oh by the way the week one winner has been drawn. I haven't taken the picture of the prize yet so I'm going to make you wait until this afternoon to find out who the winner is and what they have won. Sorry I'll be better prepared next week.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
I used this picture because it was taken the week after they were married (I've already used their wedding photos in another lo) and Mom really likes this picture.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Oh by the way, remember me telling how I was done with all my challenges well what I want to say is April Fools! You didn't believe me did ya? I'm not call "last minute lucy" for nothing.