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, September 16, 2009


Have you heard the news? Scouting my fav blogs I found the following!!!!!

Cutting Above is THE new place for industry news, review information, tutorials, videos and just about anything else related to scrapbooking and die cut machines!!

have you also heard
Provo Craft is helping us celebrate! That's right. They have generously donated 2 Gypsies to be given away for our launch as well as to celebrate their Grand Opening on HSN!! Now that's exciting news!
Check out the Cutting Above blog and find out how to enter.
The GYPSY will be offered on September 24 on HSN !!
Be sure to watch.
Good luck everyone! There will be 2 winners, hope you are 1 of them.
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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

I have been given the wonderful opportunity to join an incredible design team. Thank you WSB for the opportunity to join your design family. I look forward to many challanges and inspirational projects.
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The use of metallic tape, wire mesh and embroidery thread.
Pages 2 and 3
Newspaper cut flower, brad, cut flower that has the edges rolled.
Pages 4 and 5
Pages 6 and 7
Page 8
The front cover and back of the book spread out.

I finished the metallic/acrylic book. It is not titled and I thought I would leave that for the person that purchases the book. It will also give them plenty of places to use pictures and add any special ephemera that will add to their subject. The book turned out better than I expected. I was wondering how to bring it together, but as you can see, as the pages were built on each other, that was not a problem.
The book has a very tailored look and to go along with its uniqueness. I am so pleased that I tried this method and will do it again sometime.
Hope you enjoyed following the book and that it turned out as you expected. Remember try something new today and happy scrappin'.

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