i'm not a scrapbooker - in case you hadn't noticed - but i'm going to pretend like i am one for this project. i know i'm about 6 months behind schedule on this, but i'm just proud of myself for getting it done - well not yet done, but in progress. cover is done and first page is done, so that's definite progress. the plan: do a page each day. at this rate the mini-album will be all done some time next week. so stay tuned - i'll update with more photos as the project moves along.
it's that time again - time for another moxie fab world blog challenge. this time the challenge is titled i want to ride my bicycle. and i think this is probably my most favoritest card i have ever made. in fact, i think i might just frame it. of course, given my current situation - well, situation in 1 year - i probably should have turned the bicycle so that it's headed out of the city - out of the city towards kansas, that is.
and a card i made this month for purple onion designs. just trying to practice my copic coloring skills here. if i practice enough then when i grow up i just might be half as good at coloring as alice (:
round 3 voting for paper crafts magazine's gallery idol 2010 is now live. this week
10 of us were challenged to create a card that incorporated ribbon in a unique way. i'm not much of a ribbon user - although i have boxes of it - so this round was a bit challenging for me, but that's a good thing. i had fun and like the way my card turned out. if you get a chance head over and vote for your favorite card - there are some absolutely amazing cards this round!
a few cards to add to my box to send off to operation write home. i made these a while back - i think over memorial day weekend when i had my stack of red, white & blue patterned paper out. and that tim holtz scallop die i used on the top card - i can't stop using it. i think i've used it like 21 times since i bought it...and that is a lot for me. also, don't forget to vote in the current round of paper crafts magazine's gallery idol. either go to the main page then click on vote, or you can go directly to my card. voting ends tomorrow - thursday - at 9am mst. the top 10 will be announced friday morning.
it's time to vote in the next round of paper crafts magazine's gallery idol 2010. this week 15 of us were challenged to create a masculine card using items that are found in a garage. i don't have a garage - so my items came from my box of tools under my sink - the nails, tape measure (i think it was my grandfather's), and a cardboard box. the other garagey looking items are all scrapbooking supplies i've had for a while. so, if you get a chance please vote - here is the main page then click on vote, or here is my card. if you didn't vote in the first round you will first need to click on registration to make a log-in. thanks a bunch for voting (: