Thursday, December 28, 2006

A little different...

My new kit is done, and, admittedly it is a little different looking for me. More sophisticated, dare I say, modern, perhaps? it just flew out of me like it had a mind of it's own, so I guess it just HAD to be made, lol!

It is called Green Serene. Here is the preview:

Traci made this layout with it right away...isn't it a darling photo of her Nana? She made a headpiece of orchids for that Orchid Ball, from her own garden!

Thanks for stopping by and having a look! I'll say something newsworthy next time, promise! tee hee! :)

Monday, December 25, 2006

New Layouts!

My pal Traci Reed, the one and only original Scrapmommy created not ONE, but TWO wonderful layouts using my kits this week, and i just wanted to take this opportunity to share them with you!! Traci is also a designer, a wonderfully talented one, who sells at ACOT. My favorite thing about Traci's own designs has always been her talent for creating wonderful patterns. As a scrapper, and wonderful photographer, she is a hot commodity in the scrapping world and serves on many creative teams, besides my own, I am proud to say! She is quite talented at using tons of patterned papers on one page without ever looking too busy! When I first started out in digi scrapping, Traci taught me so much!! I owe her a great deal of gratitude and I really value her friendship!! :)

Here are those two layouts I told you about before I started gushing, lol!! This one is of Traci's Nana, whom she recently lost in death, sadly. Traci commemorates her memory beautifully with her skill as a scrapper and her use of my new Altered Whites Papers and Elements, as well as her use of a favorite song that reminds her of her Nana as journaling.

This next layout of Traci's is using mine and Robyn England's Festivus Kit. Traci recently visited Louisiana, and her journaling, and mysterious photo along with the mardis gras inspired papers and elements work perfectly together.

Oh how much I love to see layouts done with my kits! That reminds me!!! I know you have been buying my kits, but have you been scrapping with them too? If you have, read on below and see a special offer good for a few more days!

Have a wonderful day, friends! Enjoy your friends and family to the fullest!! :)

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Love to see!!

Hi everyone!

I am enjoying designing soooooo much! I didn't know before I started selling at Scrap Artist how much I would like it! I was a little worried I'd gotten in too deep! But I am having a blast! The above layouts were created by me, and my creative team member Mary-Ann Buchanan (maybeyousee)using my new Altered Whites papers and elements available at Scrap Artist....I LOVED making these designs!

One of the things I love the MOST is when people create layouts with my schtuff! So, with that in mind, I thought I'd have a little incentive gift for all of you! Anyone who creates a layout with one of the following kits and posts in a gallery, and comes back here to link me to it in your comments...will get a little gift as a thank you for your support!

These are some of the kits that were just on sale today for 35% off, and they are my most recent, so if you use one of these, make sure to come back here to link me to it, and leave me your email so I can send you the gift! (a preview of the gift is below!)

My Puppy Chow

Fiddlette's Fabulous Flea Market Two

Altered Whites Papers and Elements

Sweet & Splendid Papers and Elements

And here is the gift you will get just for posting a layout with one of the above listed kits, leaving me a link to it here in my blog! Oh, yes, this little offer has a limited time on it...say...till the new year begins? Sure...the offer is good till January 1st!! :)

Monday, December 18, 2006

35% Sale on all my Scrap Artist Products! Whooo Hoooo!

...and that includes my brand new Altered Whites Papers and Elements as shown above...ALSO don't forget to snag the Frosty & Fabulous Kit that the Fab Five designed together....a mega winter kit that will only be available till the end of December, then removed from the shelves forever. It will ALSO be on sale for 35% off tomorrow!

If you pick up one of my kits, please send me a link to the layout you create with it! I'd love to take a peek! Thanks, everyone as always, for your support! You are all such wonderful digi scrappin' pals! :)

Sunday, December 10, 2006

What've i been up to?

Well, I have been a busy girl lately, to be sure! I have wanted to post here and let everyone know what things I've been up to, but each day that passed i was just too tired to pay a visit to me ol' wee blog and opted for the pillow instead! Well not tonight! I'm going to at least SHOW you some of the things I have been making! AND, I have some really special designs that will be available soon in the free Scrap Artist kit called is available on December 24th and 25th only and anyone who spends ten dollars at the SA shoppe is gettin' it! I really think this kit is WELL WORTH the shopping spree, it is AWESOME...

But I don't have a preview of that yet! For now, take a look at some of my new kits available in the SA shoppe now, kits of my own, and combination kits with my girlfriends! And as always, thank you for stopping by!

BTW, a freebie will be coming your way soon, via this blog! Keep your eyes peeled! :)

Sunday, December 03, 2006

Incredible, but true!

I have neglected my poor little blog and have been soooo busy lately with real life responsibility as well as a little designing.....but I have missed it! I will have previews to show you all of some of the work I have been busy with, but right now I thought I'd pop my head in and share with you this incredible, but true quote I just read by Friedrich Nietzsche and that I found on my friend Robyn England's blog today:

"We have art in order not to die of the truth"

I don't know about you, but this quote FLOORED me! It has so much personal significance, it is scary. Of course, Nietzsche is who I quote as part of the title of my blog, so finding his words easy to identify with, (at least some of them) wasn't the surprise. But the stark truth in this quote is what startled me. I'm going to bed, now, and I'm going to ponder on this, meditate on it's meaning.

I'd love to hear what you all think of it, you interpret the meaning behind Nietzsche's words? It sure would be nice to hear from you all!

Nighty Night! Will see you soon, promise! :)