It is my pleasure to bring to you a blog site full of ideas, projects and techniques. Please take your time to go through it. You are more than welcome to use my ideas for your own personal use. I do ask that you do not use my ideas for submissions to contests, publications or to sell. I would love to see any ideas of mine created by you. I will be more than pleased to display them here on my blog. Please be aware that some of my acrylic books have been copyrighted and cannot be copied.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

I have, over time, have had quite a few people ask me if I was going to do an acrylic dress album. I did! The acrylic dress was made to match the chipboard dress, except for the scallops on the bottom. I had the thought of doing that originally with the chipboard dress, but putting paper around each scallop would be very time consuming.
The acrylic dress was designed and actually cut out by me on the scroll saw. My good friend, Camille, who has done other acrylics for me in the past, hence the teapot and jar, also has a version of the acrylic dress. There is a link to her blog on my favorites, check it out.
I was given my father's scroll saw a few years ago and didn't do anything with it. So this was my virgin voyage. I also cut out a special and new version of a Christmas Album. I will not share that at this time. I am in the process of getting my ideas copyrighted. I do know that large companies look for unique ideas from the stay-at-home scrapbooker and then put them out there as their own.
Enjoy the few photos I have put up. When I am finished I may post them all. I am just not sure yet.
Thanks for looking, remember try something new today. As you can see I do that myself. Happy scrappin'.

1 comment:

Camille said...

I'm sure it's going to turn out so cute! Thanks for the reference on your post. : )