Ok, so I have to DELURK for a minute to tell you: I almost BROKE MY NECK running to Home Depot to get those urns!!! Don't worry: no kids were harmed in my pursuit of these yummies!!!! I have been looking for larger ones and never thought to check there (DUH!!!) I checked online first to see if they were available. Just a LITTLE sad that they were $14.99 each instead of $8.99 but I'm still lovin' them!!! How tall are yours? These are about 13"
Keandra...LOL, I wanted that one tooooooo! So here is a photo I snapped last weekend while me & LaVaughn were in HD for the umpteenth time with both urns-which are now in my home!! Sad thing is I need a few more for the two orchids I just bought from Ikea that weekend. I am sure you did something fabulous with yours.
not sure if you're aware but your blog loads so painfully slow that it's really hard for some of us to leave comments. not sure what you might have on here but whatever it is, it's slowing the blog waaaay down. love your new updates, just hard to comment.
Laura & Heaven...sorry you are having trouble with the blog loading. I find it to be slow on one of my pc's-I just thought it was my old computer. I'll try to get rid of some of the ads to see if that might help. I really have no idea why it loads slow-I have not done anything but change the theme(look of the blog)-through typepad. Sorry
Hi Keisha, have been subscribing to your blog for while and love your clean lines and elegant style which is not like mine at all!!! You have also induced serious studio envy. Could you tell me how you produce those lovely curved corners on the photos on your site? Have got my fingers crossed that it will be an iPhone app. Regards Donna, UK
I keep popping back & forth from kits & other new stuff. I've been working on this for the past 2 days. I was inspired by the Pink Paisley paper and used some clear embossing powder on the vellum butterflies & the tags with my stamping.
My, My, My thats some pretty GORGEOUS stuff!! My favorite is the first one with those FABULOUS butterflys on it along with that vintagey looking floral paper. You Rock girl! Was at CHA this weekend and so was Akeila, saw her cuteness on a layout!
JBS Mercantile Feb kit page tip: I love to mist now-I try to add it on every page!! My big tip is to use...
I bought this for stamping. But then I thought it would also be perfect for cutting shapes with my Slice AND I couldn't just throw away the used sheets. I use the cut-outs & the used sheets for misting. I cut a few circles out in various sizes to use over & over again...plus butterflies shapes! I have a box of misting shapes & letters !! This pack I grabbed at Michael's and it's $10 w/o a coupon. My how time flies and little girls grow-up into teenage gals!! My sweet Amira is 14yrs old today-lucky for her it's a snow day today. It's hard to believe that she used to be this little and now she is a bit taller than me.
Today I wanted to work with some of the new Jenni Bowlin line Be Our Guest-I had to use the silhouette journaling card since silhouettes are so popular these days!
In a couple of days Mira will be turning 14-I love how the old vintage pp has her bday written on it. I need to order up a strawberry cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory and she'll probably want Pei Wei for dinner. Then a few days after that Kiela will be turning 8yrs old, one after another!!
The kitchen-has most of the new backsplash up. LaVaughn worked on that all weekend and it looks so much better-we love it. His new Rockwell is busted after doing only a few tiles-we now have learned it's not such a great tool, lol. We ordered new lighting for over the island and a pot-filler...
beautiful, awesome and stunning. all perfect choice words to describe your layouts. questions: what size pictures do you print out for your projects? They always seem smaller than the standard 4X6. What printing software do you use? What kind of printer do you have? and where do you by that neat mist you use? sorry to be so nosey but inquiring minds have to know hehe
Jayne!! LOL, love the questions...now let me see if I can answer them...my printer in an Epson R1800 we bought a few years ago. The mist is either Glimmer Mist or Maya Mists I buy from my local lss-you can get them online too! I also use JBS re-inkers in a misting bottle.
When I want to print smaller pictures I open up my OLD old old Microsoft Picture It 7 program...and I am able to drag photos onto one 8x11.5 page and resize them to whatever size I may need. There really is no certain size I use, just whatever I think I may need for a layout. I often print out a sample to see if it is just the right size for the layout on plain paper.