Friday, September 15, 2006

Maybe I should rename my blog?

Ha! I made more socks. I am out of control.

The Honest Scrapper

I find what she has to say to be interesting. And it's a bit of a reality check for me when I don't feel like I am being noticed.

The Honest Scrapper

I didn't start scrapping for notoriety. I started because I thought it would flex my creative muscle.

Anyway, she has some good points.

Monday, September 11, 2006

I have to brag about something else...

I also knit and crochet. I consider myself a yarn enthusiast. I love my Knifty Knitter Looms and taught myself how to make socks last weekend.

what do you think? I am on my 4th sock already. my new addiction.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Still trying to find my style

I am not sure what my style is yet. I admire several styles of some scrap artists (leaving out the digi, because there are paper artists I admire as well). I don't want to copy anyone, but I really love being challenged by scraplifts. This is a struggle for me, because I know I am still pretty new at this whole thing, relatively.

Anyway, two artists I noticed recently:


I really like how dreamy and ethearal most of the layouts are from both of these scrappers. Their use of edges and stamps impress me. I need to try more of these techniques.

I need to try new things.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Soooo Big!

We used to say this to our daughter all the time. Now it's true!

Layout for Color Challenge at TheDigiShoppe. I am so happy with it!

Paper (fabric) is Gina Miller's September freebie. Chipboard letters by Shabby Princess, Sweet Serenity kit. Straight stitches by Suzy Nunes, Grandma's Kitchen. Circle stitches by Karen Hunt. Cross stitch by Rina's Grandpa's cabin. Ribbons by Michelle Swadling (adjusted).