Monday, November 30, 2009

Using Different Patterned Papers with Pebbles, Inc.

I did this lo for one of our "Technique Tips" on the Pebbles, Inc. blog.  It was actually for this past Friday.  Since I was away for Thanksgiving, I didn't have a chance to post it until today, but the post is still up on the blog http://pebblesinc.blogspot.com/.  I had a lot of fun doing this lo,  I think I used every collection that was sent to me in my design kit from Pebbles, Inc.  You can see that they don't really "go together", but the way I've made the flower as sort of a patch-work flower it "does go together".  Check out the blog for further ideas by some of the other dt members.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Layering Punches Technique up on the Pebbles Inc. Blog


If you'd like to be inspired by using punches jump on over to  www.pebblesinc.blogspot.com  For my lo I used the Martha Stewart Loop Punch, and I made a layered border.  My papers are from Pebbles, Inc. "Skipping Along".   I love how bright and cheerful they are!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Twisted Sketches Sketch No. 24 Is Up!!



I love October Afternoon's papers!!  "Report Card" is no acception!  I think this line is just precious!  For this weeks sketch we had to use "distressing" and "three photos".  The old-time feel to these papers just lend themselves to distressing, don't you think?

  If you would like to play along this week, check us out at Twisted Sketches

Monday, November 9, 2009

Altered House using Nikki Sivils "North Pole Nights"


I had a devil of a time taking a photo of this! There were too many shadows, it was blurry, my tree wouldn't stand up.... I have had this done for several days now, and today was the day to finally get a decent photo! However, it was fun to make. I love these papers from Nikki's Christmas line. I especially love the little elf. Isn't he just the cutest?

Saturday, November 7, 2009

A lo using Nikki Sivils "North Pole Nights"


This is my hubby "modeling" his new boots from last Christmas. If you have seen lo's of him in the past, you usually know that he always acting goofy. I guess that is one of the reasons I love him! Everything on the lo is part of the Nikki Sivils "North Pole Nights" collection - minus the goofy pics and letters. To see what other adorable products she carries, check out her website here https://www.nikkisivils.com/mm5/merchant.mvc Thanks for looking!! Have a great weekend!!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Graphic 45 Altered Window Frame Coat Rack




Today I have posted on the Graphic 45 blog instructions on how to make this window frame coat rack. We are currently doing a blog relay with Tattered Angels, so there is lots of Tattered Angels' goodness on here as well. If you would like full instructions on making this, please go to the G45 blog http://g45papers.typepad.com/

Happy Friday everyone!! It is a beautiful day here in Cypress, Texas. It is around 75 degrees, and it is November!! Ahh, that is the one thing good about being back down south. I might be shoveling snow if right now if I were up north!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Some Pebble's Inc. for ya!



I hardly ever do these clean line lo's or this size for that matter. However, I decided I would go for it. I actually love how it turned out. More so, I guess because I adore this photo of Hayden. I used Pebble's Inc. Downtown papers for this lo.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Dreamgirls Challenge 39 is up!! Come play along!


Challenge 39: Signs Of Me

Wow, the entries for Challenge 38 were beautiful, thank you all for playing along.

Usually we scrap our family, friends, pets, or even ourselves but today's challenge is a little but different and of course fun!
This challenge is to scrap your every day life.
Thinking outside the box, not just your family and friends but your real every day life.


Prompt: Multi Photo Layout-showing daily aspects of your life, signs of you from your home,
for example...your shoes by the back door, your wine glass on the table, your favorite books on the shelf, or your favorite CD ready to play in the player.
Technique: Doodle or write on your photograph.
Product: Use a photograph that has a reflection of you in it, a mirror image.

http://dreamgirlschallengeblog.blogspot.com/