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

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Competitions and classes

Class #4 over at Scrapping Outback is awesome. Nicole made us cover chipboards with not so typical scrapbooking supplies.

This is my LO the title is Blue eyes.

I coverd the scalloped chipboard circle with this stuff I don't know what is called but you can see it here on the pics. The stars are Rusty pickle chipboard and I covered them with WC paper :-)

Supplies: Making memories and SEI papers. Bazzill cardstock. American Crafts thickers. Making memories letter stickers, threads and ribbon. SU chipbord I cut that one in half and Rusty pickle (stars). Doodlebug ink. Lansing buttons.
Ok so somebody would say that working more then full time, taking care of a kid and a house and being in two scrapping contest would be enough. Well that somebody does not know me !!! My Sassy scraps techniques class on NYC scraps started yesterday. The amazing scrapper Sherry Steveson is teaching us 10 sassy scraps techniques the next weeks. She is so freaking talented and she is having fantastic guest designer also to teach. I just love to learn. I have spent the most part of my life in school learning all the typical school stuff and now it's time for school of fun. Anyhow first project was to make a cover for the techniques tag book. I did this cover.


Over and out


Stacey said...

absolutley gorgeous Anna!!!! I love your bad girls one too!!! You rock girl!!!

Leanne Stamatellos said...

hi there anna!
so glad you found my blog and left me a comment - that means so much to me and now I've been able to look at your gorgeous creations - thank you!

paulien710 said...

Oh gosh...... you are in multiple big contests..... how do you handle that stress level???????
Gorgeous page!!! Love the chipboards scallops and I love the buttons!!!!
That tag-book cover is awesome..... love it.

Now, to get back at ya, about the sisal..... I bought it in a big garden-center which also had a spot for (droogbloemen) Flowers, that are not fresh (god!!!!! don't know that word in English) but those flowers you stick in a pot and last for years. that's where I found those Sisal..... it is really neat stuff to work with!

Hope you can figure out, what I've been trying to explain.... have an awesome weekend girl!

Gauja said...

Vá æðislegt hjá þér.

Fuglin alveg geggjaður á tagsinu (gott að hann komst heill heima haha)

síðan alveg æði, gaman að sjá þegar öðruvísi stuff er notað

Get ekki beðið eftir að sjá hvað þú lærir næst :-)

slr said...

svo flott allt saman

Ása Lára said...

ha ha nú get ég farið að kommenta hjá þér skvís, ánægð með þig hvað þú ert duglega að pósta hér inn.


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