Friday, December 1, 2006

Scrapping Wonderland....

Davinie a Scrappers Bliss online friend posted this...
I really couldn't pass up sharing it with my fellow scrappers!


Walking in a Scrapbook Wonderland!
(To the tune of "Winter Wonderland")

Shakers rattle, are you listenin'?
In the aisle, beads are glistenin'!
A beautiful sight, we're happy tonight!
Walking in a scrapbook wonderland!

Gone away is my money
Here to stay's my croppin' buddy!
We're singing a song, as we shop along
Walking in a scrapbook wonderland!

In the workroom we can build a layout
Using diecuts, punches, fibers too!
We'll have lots of fun making our layout
And they have just the right shade of Bazzill blue!

Later on, we'll conspire
As we crop by the fire
To bring all our pics and our hermafix
Walking in a scrapbook wonderland

In the workroom we can build a layout
With our eyelets, stickers, tags and brads.
We'll have lots of fun making a layout!
All those patterned papers make me glad!

When we crop, ain't it thrillin',
Though the shop's makin' a killin'?
We'll frolic and play the Scrapbooking way
Walking in a scrapbook wonderland.

Walking in a scrapbook wonderland.

Walking in a scrapbook wonderland!! !
----Anonymous

Thursday, November 30, 2006

HOUSE OF CARDS - CONGRATULATIONS!



Have you ever heard of ATCs (Artist Trading Cards)? They were new to me last year. I fell in love with them!!!

European Papers has had exhibits in 2005 & 2006. I submitted 5 entries in each exhibit. Was I ever excited when I received an email from Lisa Ohmer on October 27th. In it she said:

“Congratulations! You were awarded "Best Fabric/Fiber" in the House of Cards-The Emerging Art of Artist Trading Cards exhibition. The opening went very well, with more than 85 in attendance. We will be sending you your award certificate, poster and honorarium in the next week or so... Kind regards, Lisa Ohmer.

ATC’s are miniature works of art, created on a 2 ½ x 3 ½ card stock. There are no restrictions as to what you use to create them… painting, stamping, collage, drawing… your imagination is your only limitation. They are traded and not sold.

Introduced in 1996 by an artist in Zurich… The first ATCs exhibit in North America was held in 1997 in Calgary, Canada… Here in the United States European Papers held their first Exhibition in 2005. The phenomenon of ATCs continues to grow through trades in person and by mail.

If you are in or near Columbus Ohio; “visit the new gallery show, "House of Cards II- The Emerging Art of Artist Trading Cards" through December 16th. This amazing display is the largest exhibition of Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) in the world, with more than 4,000 of these miniature works on display. The gallery and studio shop are open Wednesday-Saturday from 11-4; you can also visit on the third Tuesday of each month for Artful Evenings from 6-8:30 (no RSVP is required and it is free).” Tell them Lyneen sent you!!!

Find out more by visiting the European Papers web site: http://www.europeanpapers.com/

Monday, November 27, 2006

Chat with Ali Edwards at Scrappers Bliss!


Have I mentioned what an awsome place Scrappers Bliss is? Well they have some amazing celebrity chats... this month ALI EDWARDS will be chatting with us on November 29th, 2006 at 7:00pm (PST) or 10:00pm (EST). I have had the opportunity to chat with her previously and she is a real treasure.... Be sure to be there!


This layout was inspired by Ali's book "a Designer's Eye"

Sunday, November 26, 2006

First Time Blogging

I am blogging my scrapbooking... this isn't intended to express my deep feelings or darkest thoughts. I want to share with other scrappers what I am doing... where I visit.

My very favorite message board is Scrappers Bliss, that is where I hang out most of the time, when I am on the computer.

Another of my favorites is the Stevenson Quints. I am lucky enough to know the quints and help with them. Check out their website you will find the link under My Fav Links. View pictures of Aniston, Belle, Camilee, Scarlet and Westson!

Well I am in the process of setting this up... will write more later!