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Interests: Scrapbooking!
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Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2010 on Somerset LOVE, new products + giveaway! at simply me
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Step 1: You will need between 2 and 4 (or maybe more?) mini paper flowers and a scrap of green cardstock. I have punched a flower shape out of mine but you could easily cut this sort of shape freehand. It doesn't need this many petals (or 'leaves') via naspinall.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 12, 2010 at Notes from the Web
All content, including text, original photos, and ideas are copyrighted with no exception and are property of Shannon Staker. Any content that is borrowed must be linked back and credit given to Shannon Makes Stuff as the origin. via shannonmakesstuff.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 11, 2010 at Notes from the Web
I've been taking a look. I've been visiting Tumblr. It's kind of hard to explain, you really need to check it out. You sign up for an account - quick, easy - and then there right in front of you, you have a virtual cuttings book. A noticeboard. An album ready to be filled with online inspiration. You can add photos, links, quotes, all the bits you scribble down or add to your desktop: it can become what many years ago would have been called a Commonplace Book. via fromhighinthesky.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 9, 2010 at Notes from the Web
This bag is so easy ! This is the new bag I made to take back to work this term. It took less than an hour from choosing the fabric to dumping my junk in it. In fact this tutorial took waaaayyy longer than the bag ! (the colours are great in real life but the orange doesn't photograph very well - sorry )This pattern is on a piece of A4 paper so I'm sure you can work it out from that. It needs to be placed in the fold of your fabric as marked. You will need:Using the pattern... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 9, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Copy and paste the following code: via www.thirtyhandmadedays.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 1, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Aren't these beautiful?!! If you love dying Easter eggs like I do, try these out. They're easy and oh so fun to look at.The credit for this idea goes to my mother-in-law. We made these a few days ago with a few of her friends. Martha Stewart also has these eggs on her website. See here.Things you'll need:-old silk ties-muslin or white sheets (or pillowcases or old tablecloths)-rubber bands or twist ties-white eggs (uncooked)-water-vinegar-a big ol' pot1. Gather up some old silk ties and cut a few squares of muslin (big enough to wrap over an egg) (note: even cheapo... Continue reading
Reblogged May 31, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Aren't these beautiful?!! If you love dying Easter eggs like I do, try these out. They're easy and oh so fun to look at.The credit for this idea goes to my mother-in-law. We made these a few days ago with a few of her friends. Martha Stewart also has these eggs on her website. See here.Things you'll need:-old silk ties-muslin or white sheets (or pillowcases or old tablecloths)-rubber bands or twist ties-white eggs (uncooked)-water-vinegar-a big ol' pot1. Gather up some old silk ties and cut a few squares of muslin (big enough to wrap over an egg) (note: even cheapo... Continue reading
Reblogged May 31, 2010 at Notes from the Web
welcome our new classic design, our hand print keepsake-hand-embroidered hand prints of your childrens hands-you simply trace the hands and send it to me (email tracey at tinysprouts.com of scanned hands), I do the rest!-initials or names are embroidered below each hand print and the year above-embroidered on khaki linen in the threads you choose-price includes up to 3 hands, more hands additional*frame IS NOT included* via www.tinysprouts.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 23, 2010 at Notes from the Web
I recently came across a new company called Hello Frosting owned by Erin McGinley, a former events professional turned stay-at-home mom, who is the baker, photographer, and sometimes designer behind these edible icing decals. I was instantly smitten! The decals are printed on thin sheets of icing using food-grade inks and merge with your frosting, producing a completely smooth texture which you can easily cut or bite through. via www.ohmyhandmade.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 23, 2010 at Notes from the Web
I have been making these for some years now. They make the perfect vessel to give gifts in. I have given these as b-day gifts, wedding, engagements, and so on. I love filling them with bags of popcorn, gift cards to movies, DVD's, Best Buy gift cards and so much more. Buggie's school is having a silent auction for Haiti relief and her classrooms theme is entertainment. So I am giving this for thier basket along with a gift card. via buggieandjellybean.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 21, 2010 at Notes from the Web
How perfect is this Lisa Stickley range? It's a bit like serious measuring but not at all! Hurrah! I do like not serious stuff. The jug holds 'two pints (or there abouts)'. There abouts measuring is my favourite kind of measuring. Especially with gin.This mug is 'tremendously tall'. Perfect for drinking tea in the morning.And this bowl is 'considerably large'. Fab. All of these will make me smile while I have my breakfast. The range starts at an itsy bitsy £7.95 and goes up to a not insignificant £74.95. via www.domesticsluttery.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 9, 2010 at Notes from the Web
please note, all tutorials, processes, pictures + content is copyrighted by me, Susan Petersen for FreshlyPicked 2007-2010. when using my tutorials, processes, pictures or content, cite my blog + work. via freshlypicked.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 3, 2010 at Notes from the Web
This Mother's Day, make something beautiful for Mom. Credit: Megan Reardon Wondering about what to make Mom for Mother's Day? I've been thinking about traditional gifts like flower corsages and lockets, and I decided to combine the two. This felt dahlia pin has a secret pocket in the back that can hold a picture or message for your favorite mom. You'll need: - scissors - Fabri-tac adhesive - two sheets craft felt, one for the flower and one in a contrasting color for the back - needle and thread - brooch pin (available in the beading section of craft stores)... Continue reading
Reblogged May 1, 2010 at Notes from the Web
In the same way some photographs are more striking in black and white and others in vibrant color, not every photograph is enhanced by applying texture. I frequently add fine art textures to object photography.I also apply texture when I want to experiment with light.Textures compliment landscape photography.I often add a fine art texture when I want to infuse a bit of magic and fantasy into an image. via paisleepress.blogspot.com Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 30, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Beautiful LO Rani, just beautiful
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Reblogged Apr 15, 2010 at Notes from the Web
A few weeks ago I approached a customer who had been in the die cut center several nights in a row and asked her what she was cutting. She had piles and piles of little felt circles that she planned on using for a Valentine's wreath. She said our badge die was perfect because it cut so many at one time. I told her she had to bring it in when it was done so I could see how all those little circles made a wreath. via lastingmemories.typepad.com Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 29, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Blame it on the classical ballet, but after nine years of dance lessons we never got the pop-and-lock down. That's why we're amazed by this little guy, who's mastered a hip-hop routine worthy of a So You Think You Can Dance? audition. The tot (really, what else can we call him?) performs with such smooth precision you'll be wondering whether he's actually a nimble teenager trapped in a tiny body. Watch, be jealous, and try not to smile. via www.refinery29.com Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 26, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Twitter UpdatesTaking a technology/work break this week - be back soon. Have a great week! 4 days agoJust had a video-skype call with our babysitter who is on vacation. Technology is cool. 4 days agoCoding some super cool guest posts for next week. 5 days agoSponsor Giveaways : Scrapbooking From The Inside Out, Two Little Tots, The Vintage Pearl http://bit.ly/9XpheO 6 days ago@SaraGLPerez I've read a couple chapters and am enjoying it (I got distracted by The Help) 7 days agofollow me on Twitter via www.aliedwards.com Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 26, 2010 at Notes from the Web
Photo: katykelley: Does this need a caption? http://tumblr.com/xid7lkupt2010/03/19 16:50My oven is ready! RT @AnnaOBrien: Next Cupcakes4Charity-May 4th in support of a friend recently diagnosed w/cancer. Spread the word. #c4cNYC2010/03/19 13:00I have two younger teenaged cousins that I love like little sisters, and for this reason, Chat Roulette scares the shit outta me.2010/03/19 12:00Video: Cranberry sauce label fail. http://tumblr.com/xid7lbnzx2010/03/19 11:21Photo: Party squirrels! A most fun greeting card. $3.95 from Red Cap Cards http://tumblr.com/xid7l84872010/03/19 09:17According to the NYT, today is the amature pole dancing competition at Symphony Space. >:/ Rob works there. Must bring my A game at dinner.2010/03/19 07:00New pics up... Continue reading
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Mar 16, 2010
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Posted Mar 11, 2010 at Notes from the Web
I had a lot of fun using October Afternoon's newest releases -- Thrift Shop and Fly a Kite, and a little glitter to create the party decorations below. The papers are so colorful and playful, they just seem to scream, "Party!" via www.writeclickscrapbook.com Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 10, 2010 at Notes from the Web