Summer is flying by way too fast. And the past few weekends we have been busy-we just got back from Hershey, PA...Hershey Park is the sweetest place on earth! We all road lots of roller coasters in two days. The weekend before that we spent a evening in Baltimore for a Orioles/Tigers game-and the Tigers won!! Then yesterday I went for a quick trip to Alexandria, VA to meet up with Linda & Cindy.
Now-I am trying to finish up a project for a class that is due tomorrow. Sorry for the lag in updates. Once I get this project done I can focus on new blog posts this week. Here is a quick post of another TCDesigns project...
Hi Keisha! As always, I'm loving your scrap room! I found the organizer for the Slice from Michaels (thanks for sharing that info with me, by the way!), but now I spy a divider in the drawer that I must have! Is that from the Container Store? It seems to fit perfectly inside!:)
Hi Liz, lol...it does fit so PERFECTLY-I was shocked!! Go to Target...in the closet organizing section...there are some clear drawer organizing bins in 3 sizes-this is the smallest...i think it is about $2.99.
On Wednesday--I scrapped! I stayed in my studio most of the day-working on this one page, lol. At least I did something. I used new BG PB&J line for my layout. The tags I did a few weeks ago and forgot to post them.
Hey Deb, I was lucky that my friend happened to spot them at Marshall's over the summer! I've been wanting one for ages-and they are so $$$, even on ebay. I almost passed on getting it, thank goodness I didn't let it go!! I am still hoping to score a nice vintage one, fingers crossed;-)
Keish, I've just stumbled upon your blog and I'm so happy that I did. It's full of beautiful things. I especially love the look of layered kraft cardstock punched paper over kraft. Gorgeous! I also loved the pictures of your daughter's closet and bedroom. I'll be redoing my girls' room soon so I feel inspired by you. I'm curious about the photoshop actions you used on those pictures. I'd purchase them in a heartbeat. Thanks!
Spring makes me want to play with the flowers. Sit on the porch. Drink something refreshing. Take some pretty pictures. Buy some school photos, argh. Make some fresh lemonade. Drive a new car. Scrap a little, maybe.
wowza, i can finally comment on yer blog again! what wonderful projects!!! luv luv them all, especially the cards :) sooo, plse tell me what the gold paper is? and where i can find it :) I have the Paper Reverie card (thanx to you) and would luv the make the gold butterflies!!! Hugs, C :)
At times, it really does take a long time to load onto this site...but lately it has been much improved, and also always well worth the wait. Love your layouts, but how do you scrap all of your photos when you choose to put only one or two on a page. I would love to know, since i am a 8.5 x 11 scrapper, and always have the dilemma of two many photos to tell the story, even when i delete some. Any suggestions?
OMG, even my mom complained that her friends have issues with this blog!!! Thanks for still coming & waiting!
I like to have extra photos from one event to scrap over multiple layouts-more fun for me. You can always tuck extra photos into an envelope on your age. Or saving projects that require a lot of photos into a really quick & simple mini album. Try printing photos down to photo booth size and using multiple strips of them on your page.
LOL, I love color-in small amounts!! Like my green amoire & shelves, yellow sideboard in my blue family room. Truth be told, I'd LOVE to have my home done in all WHITE-I would be in cool heaven!!! But my hubby would prob feel like you if I did that.
Beautiful as always! I wanted to know what punch did you use on the Happy Birthday card? I also wanted to know what punch you used back in the January JBS gallery using the wood frames? I believe that layout was part of a grid challenge for JBS.