Sunday, April 5, 2009

Lots to share.

So grab a coffee and get comfy. lol
Well over at Therapy we were cybercropping this weekend and I can finally show some creations and spill as to what the new man is.
Cybercrop sketch challenge.Monthly sketch challenge.Man of the month challenge.Class sneek peek.
Sign up in the forum.Easter baggies.All using the new man Cosmo Cricket. Have fun shoping girls and as usual the 20% of includes the new ranges too.
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52 Weeks
What was I thinking. LOL Well at this stage all I wil say is that when it is finished I don't think I'll be doing another and I'll def not do the 365 day challenge. The novelty has worn of. I had gotten a bit behind with scrapping my pages (about 2 weeks) so did a big catch up today and when I was checking the calendar I realised I have scrapped photos that were taken in the same week. My flounder and sun set fishing page I shared a few posts back were taken on the Sunday and Wedesday of the same week and the photo I scrapped today for what I thought was the week after is for the Saturday.
So here are two more pages. A 3rd for week 12.None for week 13.
And one for week 14.I took some photos of Asher's Polly pocket tea party on her bedroom window sill yesterday for last weeks photo and now to try and remember to take a new photo for this week.
I'm sure that this won't be the first time I mess it up but oh we ll it is done now.
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Hero Arts
I finally found some time to play along with the latest challenge and here is what I have made.Yeap some more Easter baggies.
The challenge was a one layer challenge seeing as it was their blogs one year b'day last week. Now this was a challenge indeed for me as I was very tempted to add more pp, cardstock or a cut out stamped image and found it really had to stop myself. In the end I cut the butterflies wings slightly to give them more of a 3d look. I have made another easter baggie but will share that a little later once it goes up on the Purple onion blog along with a link to the place I got the idea from.
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Home news
Missy A had her first school disco for the year on Friday night and with my work days changing I didn't get to take her, that was Craig's job. Her clothes were all set out for her and all he needed to do was feed her, get her to get changed, take some photos and walk her down to the school. Well he fed her, after she had gotten changed and probablly went to the disco with chicken pasta sauce all over her black dress and the photos he took well lets just say I'll never leave him in charge of the camera if I want decent scrapable photos.
One of my Hero Arts group girls Paula who I was lucky enough to meet last year passed this award onto me.
Thanks Missy. I post my awardees in my next post.
Well that's about it from me for now.
Till next time, tomorrow when I get to share my latest STM and ASJ pages thanks for popping in,any comments and happy scrapping.

11 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

U are soooooooooooooooooo TALENTED Miss Julie!!!! These are alllllllll sooooooooooooooooooo GORGEOUS!!!! I went to a crop yesterday and got 5 LO's and A WALL HANGING done!!! LOL!! Looks like we were both busy!!!!! Must be the name!!!!!! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Anne said...

Hi, Julie! Lots of goodies and great creations here! I think my faves are the snuggle and chocolate scrapbook layouts! :-)

Peggy said...

LOL husbands seem to have the same qualities all over the world...
Beautiful LO's Julie, I'm still loving all of your work!
I'm so glad I'm not the only one finding it difficult to keep up with the 365 challenge, hihi, I've already decided for myself to change it into the 2009 project. I'm just finding it impossible to make a page for each day. I'm also finding it difficult to embellish these pages, as I want them to stay perfectly flat. Anyway, I'm still enthousiastic about the whole project, I just don't want to do it on a daily basis.
xxx Peggy

jacque4u2c said...

Just stunning in every way. I really enjoyed these. Of course I am still trying to pick my jaw up off the floor - because it just kept getting wider and wider as I went!

Katherine said...

You have been very busy Julie. Love seeing your work and those cupcake cards are great. Might have to try and have a go at one one day.

paula said...

Julie you are an amazing woman - do you know that! I love your work. I know exactly what you mean about the dh thing. I think it must be a guy thing lol.

Jane Smith said...

YOU ARE AWESOME...love it...love it all!! XX

Shimano (aka Christine) said...

Such great creations Julie - love you easter bags - sweet as. xx

Diana said...

You've been busy. Love all these creations!

Lisa T. Howard said...

WONDERFUL creations...but just one questions. How on earth do you ever find the time to get so much done? Guess that's why you are called "scrapnut"!

DominoDebi said...

Hi, Julie! I popped in to thank you for the congratulatory message you left at my blog - very much appreciated! I can;t help but notice that you've been working your usual magic here. Hard to pick a favorite, but I really am taken with those gift bags made for Asher's teachers. Martha Stewart would have a fit of insecurity if she saw these!