Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Well, I finally got the pool (giant hole in the ground filled in)..HOORAY!! Looks like we're REALLY making progress. Next item is to repair the roof, then I can start painting and furnishing the retreat house!!
Hi, I'd like to introduce you to our Scrapbook and Stamping retreat,located in East Texas, just SE of Dallas near the towns of Mabank, Malakoff, Payne Springs, Gun Barrel City, Kemp, and Tool, Texas, just off the shores of Cedar Creek Lake. The retreat isn't open yet, but we are working on getting it up and running by mid to late August, just in time for you to start working on all those scrapbooks from your summer vacations.
The retreat will be available for groups for rubber stamping and scrapbooking. For information on availability and prices, please email me. Come back soon to check on our progress. We will post some Scrapbooking information and pictures, maybe even some tips and tutorials from time to time.
TEMPLATES and FREE PRINTABLE DESIGNS
CHALLENGE BLOGSScrapbook Challenges
Favorite Blogs and Webs to Visit:
Barbara Diane - Whimcees cute boxes and sculptured dolls
Becca at Amazing Paper Grace
Becky Roberts Inking Idaho
Craft with KathyWhite of Mass
Judy Elting - Stampin At Midnight - mini clipboard, flower cutting diagram
Susan Farrant Stamping and Scrappin
SKETCHES & Tutorials
Kittie Krafts - Ribbon Tying tutorials Kittie Caracciolo
Other Stamp Companies
About Art Accents - Specializing in Oriental Arts -Angel Company
Charitable Sites and Donations
LNS Designer Blogs
SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES for STAMPING
Chipboard Coasters - Stamp on This
Chipboard & Coasters - Ecclectic Paperie
Chipboard - All kinds : Bonnies Best
Chipboard - All that Scraps
Chipboard - Coasters Plus - Paper WorksChipboard Coasters - FOR YOUR PARTY
Friday, July 17, 2009
Smaller cards are 2 1/8 x 5 1/2, and 2 3/4 x 4 1/4" ea. Close up shows intaglio stamping.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
Over the past couple of weeks, I have been putting some pages together for a small scrapbook. Here is the cover page for one book for my daughter. I put her family name off to the side on purpose... The camp fire is from my cuttlebug. The stamp sets are from SU. And of course you can't have a tree without some grass.. so I just "fringed" some grass freehand with scissors.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
I have included some views of some of the inside pages. I included some designer papers from other companies as the colors just lended themselves to the Fall theme of the book. The pockets have tags in them, ready to stamp or add pictures.