Friday, February 20, 2009

It's Friday! That means it's HANGOVER day!

Did you have fun yesterday on the hip hop?? Wow, those ladies really put together a gorgeous art parade. Today, the customers get their blogs listed for the hangover hop. I hope you'll check out everyone's work! I got a ton of ideas yesterday, and I hope to use some of the ideas tonight and tomorrow with Virtual Stamping Night. Come join us!

I have been working on my son's scripture devotional using 7 Gypsies Artist Trading Cards (ATC). Below are the front and back of what I have put together so far. This has been fun to create and I'm looking forward to growing in God's love together with him. The product details can be found in my SCS gallery.

I have a scrapbook page I'd like to share with you. This is my husband's passion - his garden. One of the hip hop challenges was to use an embellishment three times on a project. I used Fastenater staple bars to hold the torn portions of the patterned paper to the base. I distressed the page to reflect how things become tattered when exposed to the elements. I hope you enjoy looking at this!

Plain colored paper, SEI; Cardstock, Bazzill; Patterned paper, Magnolia by My Mind's Eye; Ribbon, Offray; Staples, Swingline; Staple bars, Fastenater; Flower brad, Making Memories; Ink, Ranger Ink; Stamp, Unity Dec 2008 KOTM.

Don't forget to sign your blog up for the World Record Inspirational Blog Hop on March 28. It's going to be HUGE.

Ta for now, ~ky


  1. These are great!! I love them all! Wonderful garden!

  2. GREAT job Ky!! LOVE those ATC cards..I need to get caught up!!

  3. Love the ATC's, so nice! Great sb page too.

  4. Those scripture ATC's are great! What a wonderful thing to share with your son.

  5. These are really turning out beautiful! This will be a treasured piece for your son!


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