This months kit was put together by Tara Whitney - and lucky me it was my month to work with the add-ons!!! I used the Luxe Jotters as a starting point to create this mini album full of little snipits about me. I loved playing with all these bright colors and fun patterns. I can honestly say I only have itty bitty scraps left of everything!
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 2007
This is the final week of the use your stash challenges at Cocoa Daisy! This weeks challenge is to use your foam stamps. I did a little something different when I stamped my title I first used small letter stickers to create the "where's my spoon" part and then stamped over them (using them as a mask) with my foam stamps. Once the paint dried I outlined the stickers with a black pen then carefully peeled them up. The final step was to color in the masked area with a colored pencil. Loved using the Obscure line from Basic Grey for my pp, it matched Nate's pj's just perfect!
Posted by Christine at 9:00 PM
Friday, September 21, 2007
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Layout for the Missyjack from Scrapjack. I wanted to scrap about my bench for so long glad this jack came along it was the perfect inspiration! The hidden journaling on the tag reads:
"I love this potting bench, not so much for what it does but for the memory it represents. One afternoon I asked my Dad to help me build a simple potting bench, well true to his carpentry nature he had to embellish and "do it right". Mom joined in and we all helped put it together.
We spent a wonderful afternoon together, laughing, bending nails and creating a treasure. Every time I see my bench I think of that afternoon and I smile. "
Posted by Christine at 7:47 PM
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Here is my layout for week 6 "use your stash" challenge at Cocoa Daisy . This weeks challenge is all about using up some of those buttons! And don't forget that the winner each week gets a gift certificate from Cocoa Daisy! So dig out those, baskets, jars or bags of buttons and show us what you can do with them!
Posted by Christine at 10:15 PM
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Monday, September 10, 2007
I could not believe how many nice comments were posted about my scraproom, thank you all very much! I cut out the comments and threw them in a basket and these are the names I drew:
I also set aside a rak for Barb, because she always leaves such nice compliments on my blog, thanks Barb!
So please email me your address (and if you have children are they boys or girls, I seperated the goodies so that if you have a boy you won't get a bunch of pink!) email@example.com
Hope you like the bag of goodies, I also included a few of my favorite things.
Posted by Christine at 2:06 PM
Thursday, September 6, 2007
Well here it is my newly cleaned and organized scrap room (Kissy's garage as we call it!) The 3 tier wire basket is a great find from Hobby Lobby, (only $10!) I like to keep my newest supplies in the top bin and my large background stamps in the other two. As you can tell I love baskets and glass jars for storage! Sorry for the bad glares in the photos - it's a basement room and I had to use my flash.
I got this great antique printers drawer on ebay - works perfect for my smaller rubber stamps. The two large "clothespins" are from pottery barn.
I love my project table! I like to stand and scrap so it's just perfect. The black and tan drawer units are from QVC. You can see my new little owl too - she is so cute!
These whiteboards are new and I rearranged some things so that I could hang them under the shelf. I love using the magnetic canisters to hold some of my smaller supplies, it helps to keep things out where I can see them - so I use them more. I also covered some clothespins with patterned paper and attached magnents to the back.
My special treasure - hubby found this for me at Hobby Lobby a few years ago - the little drawers are perfect for small embellishments.
This is as clean as this will get! I have so much stowed away in this closet I think I could open a scrap store! But I think I have it organized enough so I can get at everything pretty quickly. I just need to do a little more labeling. I went from clear stacking trays to vertical cropper hopper storage for my patterned paper, it saved me so much room.
I use this wire basket to hold my little mini albums and special altered items.
Posted by Christine at 9:36 PM