Friday, November 20, 2009

Missed The Boat

Hello everybody!!  Just wanted to let you know I'm still around.  I've had a lot of emergencies that came up this week, so haven't really had a chance to post.  Actually, I'm showing you today one of my ugly swap cards I made a couple of months ago -- yes, it happens to all of us.  Notice, I didn't post this until now, when I didn't have anything else to post.  It started out great in my mind -- but I should have looked in the SCS gallary to see the right way to do this card.  Anyway, this is just a reminder to myself that I still need a lot of training before I get to be considered an "artist" in stamping.  I really have to work hard at being humble -- as most of you know by now, LOL.

Well, I guess I will show you my album pages I did at Ronda's weekend retreat, as long as I am showing you things that are not on the top of my list as WOW projects.  I did like this however more than my swap card.  This was for the contest Ronda had to make a project using product you received in your goodie bag.  I think I used more than half the product:  Merry Moments Designer Series Paper, Christmas Jingle Scrap Kit, Gold Cord, Shimmer Paint, and lots of stamp sets and punches (no we didn't get ALL of that in our goodie bag).

Tah, dah -- I'm off to my studio to design some more projects for upcoming RubberQueen all-day event December 5.  It will be another awesome time because we will be doing 10 more techniques for our rings (books).  I am doing a presentation on the Iris Folding technique.  If you have any templates or ideas -- pass them on so I can get some mojo from your ideas!!

Laughin' and stampin' the rest of the day, see yah, Sandi


  1. I love your scrapbook pages so sparkley and the pines on the card are great. I like the look you got with those.

  2. I really like the scrapbook pages, Sandi. I know I seen them at the retreat but you know me...forget my head if it wasn't attached. I still haven't made my pages. Tell you later. TFS

  3. Sandi - I like the card and pages, too. Much more creative than I am. Good luck with that iris folding. It looks so beautiful when it's done; I've done it once before at Ronda's techniques classes (the ones in the 6 x 6 linen albums), so maybe it will be a little easier this time. Your stuff is always so beautiful, though - you'll shine!!!