I have been sick for more then a week now. I went to work and all but I have been feeling aweful. Hopefully I'll get my health back this weekend. I hate feeling sick !
As I said before I'm in this great competition over at the Scrappping Outback site. I'm learning so much I can't believe it. Their chipboards are fantastic you really should check them out. I bought chipboards from them and the service was great and fast.
Class #2 was hosted by Rachelle a really talented scrapper who I think must be on the Rusty pickle DT with my gorgeous, fantastic and one of the most talented scrappers I know Kathie.
Anyhow here is my LO for week 2. I had so much fun with this technique and I totally loved to slow down my process and this technique sure did that.
The journaling are my thoughts about what my DD future hobby/interest will be. In short I'm guessing what her hobby will be in the future with her personality today in mind.
(sorry for bad translation)
"What is your hobby going to be ? I wonder about this almost everytime I watch you play and have fun. You seem to be so torn between being a girls girl and a boy girl. I can't picture you in any kind of ball sports. Deep inside I though hoping you will like handball like rest of your family. You loved your ballet classes and you want to continue to practice ballet. Are you mabye more for fine movements ? I don't know you did not like the ball room dance class you got in your pre-school. What about music ? Will you be interested in learning to play an instrument ? You tell me you want to play the flute and a gitar. Will you know how to play chess ? I can't even start to guess what your hobby will be but hopefully you will be able to find something you love and you can enjoy for a long time. Something you can turn to and be yours."
Supplies: MME papers, Fancy Pants chipboards (circle and flower centers), the H is a Rusty pickle chipboard and other letters I think are Scenic route.Prima flowers and bling. MM paint. Autumn leaves clear stamps (on the journaling box). Technique Tuesday clear stamp (flower on chipboards). StazOn ink.
Over and out