Thursday, January 24, 2013

Ormolu | today

Hop on over to the Ormolu blog today. You'll find me there as well as over at write. click. scrapbook. Oh what a busy blogging week!

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

all week

I'm blogging over at Write. Click. Scrapbook. all week this week. My focus is on creating more layouts about us—the scrapbooker. Today is all about favorites, and I wanted to give you a closer look at the layout I created specifically for the post.

SUPPLIES cardstock: American Crafts | patterned paper: Crate Paper & Studio Calico | foldies (flowers) & alpha stickers: Sassafras | badge: Ormolu | bow: Jenni Bowlin | date stamp & mist: Studio Calico | matte gel medium: Liquitex | other: washi, white paint, tissue paper, sewing machine, tiny attacher.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

WCS Sneak

Yes, it is time for another sneak peek. This is for the Write. Click. Scrapbook February gallery. You can find me over there blogging all week too—starting tomorrow.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Over at Ormolu | Today

Hey! Check out the Ormolu blog today where you can find my latest layout.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Hey Hey

Look what I found! One of my recent Little Black Dress Kit Club layouts made the Crate Paper blog! I'm a little behind in blog reading and just stumbled across it.

My last Design Team gallery with Elle's Studio is live. The January gallery at Write. Click. Scrapbook is up for perusing too. You can find me over on the Ormolu blog on Thursday next week. My scrapbooking area and supplies have been pretty lonely lately. I'm buried in graphic design work and can't wait to make time for playing with paper.

and because every post should have a photo....
I embraced the camera this week.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Top Ten

Here we go... My first ever top ten blog post. My top ten favorite layouts from 2012 in no particular order.

I made 74 layouts in 2012. That is without a doubt a record number of layouts. A huge thanks to the Little Black Dress Kit Club and Elle's Studio for the design team opportunities. Without them the majority of those 74 layouts never would have happened.