I have to create 50 LO's and 12 cards before I can shop for new supplies (challenge started Feb 2)

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Guest Designer challenge - Tammy Tutterow

There is an amazing Guest Designer over at HSS http://www.happyscrappinscrapbooking.net/ this month. It's Tammy Tutterow http://tammytutterow.com/ she has such a fab style.

The challenge was to take pic of our hands and journal about them.

This is my version of Tammy's challenge.
I used some Crate Paper and KI lace paper. I did cut the Q&C felt down to get this look and I used Q&C brads to give the felt something little extra. The cute felt flower in the corner is also Q&C. The flower is all Prima.

The jounaling says (sorry for bad translation)
What does my hand say about me ? I truly can't say. The first thing that comes into to mind when I think about my hands is that I don't like them. I have always thought they were ugly. Mom says I have the same hands as my grandmother Anna Björg. That can be true since she does not have nice hands. Today my hands are too chubby. I can't even use my rings anymore and that makes me sad. I bite my fingernails when I'm stressed and since the last months have been stressfull I have no fingernails. On a good note these hand good care of a little girl and a husband. These fingers to an aweful lot of typing. These hands keep the house cleand. They are used to hold up books I love to read. I use them for my hobby scrapbooking and photography. These hands have worked all kinds of jobs but not much hard labour. Hopefylly these hands will old well. Hopefully they can carry my rings soon. Hopefully they are going to take care for more children and help the people I love to feel save.

Over and out


Anabelle said...

Wow, Anna, what an amazing layout and the journaling is wonderful!!! Thank you so much for your sweet comments on my blog. I just adore your work, so they mean a lot. Glad I found your blog. I'll definitely be back!

Tammy Tutterow said...

Thank you for your kind words! I love your page so much, it is a great interpretation of the challenge. Thanks for playing!


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