Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tilda Santa's Little Helper on examiner.com

I have been busy making Christmas cards to sell at upcoming craft shows.  My latest submission for the Creative Team for GoneScrapbooking.com was this card made with the Tilda Santa's Little Helper image from Magnolia Stamps. It was published on the National Scrapbook column on examiner.com this past week. I used a single sheet of patterned paper that I bought in a large pack at a scrapbook garage sale.  For a complete list of supplies used, go to the article on examiner.com.




I was in Chicago this past weekend for the first ever Intermediate Copic Certification class.  I feel like I learned a lot and had a great time.

Pat

Monday, October 11, 2010

Willow Thanksgiving card on examiner.com

This image of Willow Holding Apron by Whiff of Joy was my last submission for the Creative Team for GoneScrapbooking.com.  It was published on the National Scrapbook column on examiner.com this past weekend. I used some papers from BoBunny that are fall colors and an epoxy sticker from the same line.  For a complete list of supplies used, go to the article on examiner.com.

I had a great time this weekend cropping in Hillsborough with SnippinSnaps.  I got a lot accomplished, even though spent time prepping for and teaching a Copic Christmas card class.  I love teaching others to use Copic markers and seeing them get hooked on them too!

Pat



Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Our Garden Scrapbook Page on examiner.com

I submitted this page for publication on the National Scrapbook site on examiner.com.  I am part of the Creative Team for GoneScrapbooking.com that is published on this site. The paper is from the Basic Grey Sultry line that I have been hoarding because I think it is so pretty.  I finally found photos worthy of using it! For more details and a full list of supplies, please see the article on examiner.com.




This past weekend was good but the one before was not.  It is no fun to have back pain!  You don't realize how much it affects every move you make until it hits.  Fortunately, it subsided after less than a week and I seem to be almost back to normal now.

I am busy working on craft sale items and Christmas cards.  I hope to post pictures soon.

Pat