Monday, January 26, 2009

Monday, Monday....

I want to scrap this week! Hopefully my schedule will allow me some time to do that. My scrappin' resolution (if you want to call it that) is to use up my stash. Seriously. I have hoarded paper that dates back to 2004. I can't help it, it's so pretty and I always want to save it for the perfect picture. Well, let me tell you something, that day rarely comes and all you end up with is a huge stack of paper going to waste (and in my case, a husband who asks, "don't you have enough paper?")

Carla posted a sketch challenge on Lil' Scrappers and here is my interpretation. The layout is about my son who would get nosebleeds all the time.



Supplies:
KaiserCraft "Thrill Seekers" pp
7 Gypsies photo anchor
Maya Roads office sheers
Sticker Studio Roadtrip alphas

Then I used the leftover paper to create these 2 card that I made for the Caardvarks challenge. The challenge this week was to use polka dots.






Hero Arts Blog Challenge

Directly from their site:

the challenge for this week is to create a non-Valentine project (card, scrapbook page, or other) featuring — you guessed it — hearts! Anniversaries, birthdays, thank yous, thinking of you, sending a hug…the possibilities are endless! Get creative with those heart images this week and be sure to include at least one Hero Arts stamp on each of your projects. Upload your creations to the Hero Arts Flickr group by 11:59pm PST on Sunday, February 1. Please include the tag “heartfelt” on your submissions. We have lots of prizes up for grabs this week!

There you have it. Now to check and see what kind of HA stamps I have.....

Help!

Where in Canada can I buy "Stampers Anonymous" stamps - the new Tim Holtz line, that is... check it out (I'm in love):




A few quick kits!

ScrapShotz January Kit 2 (Canada)

Featuring the new Black River paper.

Studio Calico January Kit (USA)

Already sold out, but looking forward to what February brings....

Lovebug Scrapbooking January kit(Canada)


Until next time!

*Heidi*

1 comment:

Joan K. Demers said...

You always have such fun stuff on your blog Heidi!