Monday, June 30, 2008
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Seeing everyone's take on this challenge has been a bigger inspiration than I could have imagined.
These are the materials I used:
- Stampin' Up Wild Wasabi long notes card
- Felt Fusion flowers
- Stampin' Up Berry Bliss Designer Series Paper
- Stampin' Up Purely Pomegranate
- Stampin' Up Whisper White
- Stampin' Up scallop punch
- Heidi Swapp pink jeweled brad (not pictured)
- Stampin' Up Accents & Elements (Lone Star)
- Stampin' Up rubons Eastern Elegance
I love using the scallop punch and I even recycled in this project...
I took Kristina's advice and decided to take these pictures without flash. I love the softness. Using the macro setting of my digital camera is also a favorite. Still getting used to the many features of Photoshop Elements so all the colors may not be as TRUE as I would like them to be.
Monday, June 23, 2008
As a Stampin'Up demonstrator I am so proud of this company's consistent commitment to improving and enhancing their product line. I look forward to hearing your opinions on these new products.
Monday, June 9, 2008
I encourage anyone who has problems remembering what they were about to say to get Brain Age. Believe it or not my first result showed I had a Brain Age of 80, yes 8-0! I have now worked it down to 70 but it is still not where I need it to be. The game also taught me SUDOKU and now I'm hooked.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Coming back from such an inspiring day made me create this pin for my niece with Tim Holtz grungeboard, plastic frame, and crackle paints (spiced marmalade, fired brick). I could not leave rub-ons off my creation. The LOVE sticker is by Making Memories.
She has gotten tons of compliments at school from classmates asking her where they can get one just like it.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
This was the result of Tim Holtz' Distress-a-palooza class. It was so much fun to try different techniques (crackle, distress embossing powders, fragments, stamping, and distressables elements) on one amazing project.
Everyone in the class had the same materials but with slightly different layout templates (by Tim). Each frame was a masterpiece.
Below you will see detail close-up views of this wonderful keepsake.
I look forward to sharing what I have learned and how this project has inspired me and re-infused my creativity. Thanks Tim for an unforgettable experience!