Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Cutting Diagrams and Instructions

As I was working on the November cutting diagrams and instructions last night I realized that I needed to post a a disclaimer to all who may want to download them.

Watch for mistakes! 
Yes, I know it's hard to believe, I make mistakes.  Usually the mistakes are fairly minor as I save the doozies for special occasions!  I try to get them corrected quickly and repost them.  All my wonderful friends in our club are very patient with me and I hope you will be too!

On another note.  If you would like to have immediate access to the downloads I post, send me your email.  I will sign you up as a "Collaborator" in box.net.  You will then have all the Scrapbook downloads added to your file and an email will be sent to you as soon as I post something.  Check out http://www.box.net/ to see if this is something you'd like to do and then send me your email and I'll sign you up.

I hope everyone has a super fantastic Tuesday!

Sunday, October 25, 2009

November Club Pages

"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting, and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Borowitz

I love this paper pack!  "Grace" has all the rich vibrant colors of fall leaves turning colors.  Club dates are 11/14 & 11/15.  Orders are due by 10/31.


November Calendar

November's Calendar using leftover Grace paper and a transparency! Diagram and instructions will be posted soon.

Christmas Card Workshop


When: 11/13/09
Where: email me for directions!
Time: 6:00

September Club Pages

Septembers club pages and calendar uses the Twitterpated Level 2 paper pack. 
Cutting Diagram and instructions




Sweet Home Club Pages

October club pages using the Sweet Home paper pack.


October Calendar

October's Calendar uses Sweet Home B & T papers, paper piecing, and various stamping techniques.  For instructions and paper sizes Click Here


First Post

Well, here's to keeping up with technology. I wanted to start a site to share templates, photos, and ideas with all my fellow scrapbook enthusiasts. I hope everyone will keep in mind that this will be an ongoing learning experience for me - some things may work, some won't! Feedback, suggestions, and constructive criticism are all welcome!

Once I have past projects posted my plan is to have each month's club project, workshops, and new techniques/discoveries up in a timely manner. Wish me luck!