I'll be taking a blogging break until the New Year so I just wanted to wish you all a very happy holiday!!! See you all in 2011!!!
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Welcome to the Inkspirations Christmas Gift Blog Tour! You've probably just arrived here from Kirsty's blog (isn't she awesome? Yes. Yes, she is.) You can either keep following forward from here, or click back wards. You can also start from the beginning at the Inkspirations Blog. Either way, you're in for an Inkspirations treat!
I have to make my post kinda quick because I've spent the whole evening fixing, updating, and cursing my laptop after having dropped it today. Nice. It's late and I'm a cranky, tired lady right now. So, on to the gifties!
These are clipboards (retired SU!) that I made for Logan's K teacher and for Skyler's daycare providers. There's not much on them that isn't retired so I'm going to forgo the typing of the recipe. This square head needs to go to bed so I can avoid strangling a teenager at work tomorrow. ; )
Click on over to Carrie Gaskin's blog to check out what sheer gorgeousness she's come up with. Don't forget to leave a little love to all the rubber nerd participants! Thanks for stopping by! Ske-doosh.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
I made this sketchbook for one of my students that has a habit of scribbling and doodling all over his books instead of doing actual schoolwork. He reminds me of me, actually. LOL! So, I made him this small sketchbook so that he can have something to doodling in without me giving him the stink eye all the time. ; )
Come on back on Friday and check this out:
Friday, December 10, 2010
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Hey there peeps,
Yes you read right, Inkspirations is hosting it's very first BLOG TOUR and we want you to play along and join in the fun!
WHEN: Friday 17th December 2010
WHERE: Inkspirations Challenges Website to begin and then many other fun places along the way!
Would you like to play along?
The Blog Tour will display all sorts of 3D Christmas gift ideas, and we would love to see what you have been making this year for you all your Christmas cheer, gift and surprises.
If you would like to play along and have everyone come and see what you have been up to on your blog, please email Makeesha at email@example.com by Monday 13th December 4pm (est) and she will add you to the Blog Tour list....You will then be given a confirmation and the following link after your blog!
We can't wait for this fun event and look forward to you joining in on all the fun!
Sunday, December 5, 2010
This is my wicked awesome son, Logan. He's a wonderful boy that has always had wonderful compliments for all of my scrapbooking and card making efforts. Whenever I let him look at my albums, he's always very careful to make sure his hands are clean and that he doesn't bend the pages. He can frequently be heard telling his brother, Skyler, not to touch the pages as they look together. He's kind of my bouncer in that respect.
We, as papercrafters, know how much time and effort goes into the projects we make, right, dear readers? I know that I'm always hovering when people handle my works of art. So, to make an effort to unclench a bit, I thought I'd make Sweet Logan a mini album all his own. One that I can give to him and let him do what he wants with it. No hovering. No hand washing.
I gave it to him last weekend when I finished it. I said, "Here Logan. Mama made you something." I then handed it to him. He opened it and stared at every page. Made sweet comments. Asked questions about the various photos. Showed it to his brother and father. He then handed it back to me, with a big smile on his face and said, "Here you go, Mama." I replied, "No, Logan. It's yours. You can do whatever you want with it."
The look on his face was priceless.
He asked me if he could have a Ziploc bag to put it in and he has looked and re-looked at it a thousand times since. It is still intact and in no way damaged. He's taking care of it and I'm incredibly proud of him. :)
Here's the mini album:
I'm not even going to *try* to put the recipe here for you all. There's so much stuff jammed into this puppy that I'd be here for a week. I will, however, tell you that I used the retired simply scrappin' kit , Hoppy Memories.
I'm planning on making card inserts with stories written on them for the pockets...someday soon. :)