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jody [gonggirl]
Interests: movies, books, magazine junkie, collector of all things scrap related, web surfer, reality TV lover.
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Re: [the midnight scrapper] Lee Currie submitted a comment to it was so worth the wait... For years we ate fake maple syrup and then we tried the real stuff and our lives were changed LOL And just look at that bottle...makes it taste even better!!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2011 on it was so worth the wait... at the midnight scrapper
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Libby submitted a comment to a quick and easy new year gift... Thanks Libby, you know sometimes I just have to get my girly on (not often, but sometimes LOL)
Re: [the midnight scrapper] diane submitted a comment to December Daily 2010*... Yes, all the photos were saved as jpegs and flattened before uploading...just one of those things, but you know you cant keep a determined scrapbooker down LOL
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2011 on December Daily 2010*... at the midnight scrapper
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Dipty submitted a comment to its that time once again when all things must be sorted and purged... Yes I love it all cleaned out, though it does look a little empty with all Oscars school uniforms gone!! The frames on the wall are IKEA and the prints are a mixture of IKEA, etsy, and my sons drawings, nothing expensive. The shelves in the cupboard are from Howards Storage World and are made by elfa (part of their storage solutions range). And yes, organising makes me happy LOL
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Libby submitted a comment to one of my many projects for this year... Tell me about it Libby...I have signed up for a few things this year (more posts to come) and I am also doing project life. In my mind my plan is to think deeper about the photos I take for 52 photos and 365 becomes the catchall for our everyday, ordinary life (well thats how I hope it works out!!) And yes, Monikas blog ios a great one to follow, she is always updating with cool projects.
Re: [the midnight scrapper] elizabeth submitted a comment to one of my many projects for this year... That is just about the whole house Elizabeth LOL Now Im now not sure that the prompts are supposed to be Saturdays...its just that the first week was a Saturday so my OCD brain read that as must do same time each week. Im sure it is more flexible than I am interpreting it!!!!!
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Mel submitted a comment to its that time once again when all things must be sorted and purged... No Mel, not in binders...just in rows (3) in the large drawer under the TV stand and then you can just flip through them. Binders (very small choice) would have taken up just as much room. It just freed up so much room for a shuffle around!!
Re: [the midnight scrapper] elizabeth submitted a comment to its that time once again when all things must be sorted and purged... Oh that comparison to Martha makes my day LOL
Re: [the midnight scrapper] mel submitted a comment to graduation day... Mel, I teared up again typing it up LOL
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2010 on graduation day... at the midnight scrapper
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Lynne submitted a comment to as if the scrapping, quilting, crochet and jam making were not enough to keep me busy... Lyn, firstly welcome out of lurkdom! Yes, zippers. They look soooooo simple but are deceptive little suckers when you try and get the sewing foot close to the closing end. Lets just say there were some minor tantrums going on at my sewing table, but I finally did it. Good luck!!
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Esther (aka blue_eyed_pea) submitted a comment to looking forward, looking back... Esther, one of the graduating students also gave a talk and the first thing she said exams in Creative Arts. You could hear the inner cheering of the assembled students LOL Yes, it does sound like lots of fun :)
Cute and clutter do not go together in my world!! Sent from my iPhone
...I'm cooking MC's like a pound of bacon! You know you’re going to miss those wicked rhymes LOL Now I can’t believe that my week here on the blog is about to come to an end. It’s been fun co-hosting... Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2010 at Write. Click. Scrapbook.
...magnetised by the mic while I kick my juice! Ahhh, I just never get tired of those awesome lyrics… but it’s back to solving your scrapbooking problems. I have so many ideas swirling around in my head, I know that... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2010 at Write. Click. Scrapbook.
...I'm on a roll and it's time to go solo! Ah yes, Vanilla Ice, we are defiantly on a roll but you don’t have to go solo, because I’m here dancing, singing and scrapping with you all! Today we are... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2010 at Write. Click. Scrapbook.
...with the bass kicked in and the vegas are pumpin! Welcome back for another day of Vanilla Ice inspired problem solving and I apologise if that song is now stuck in your head and you are freaking your family &... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2010 at Write. Click. Scrapbook.
Now I bet you don’t know where this is heading? Well believe it or not, Vanilla Ice will be helping us out this week on the write click scrapbook blog. Let me explain… During a recent Glee episode, I was... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2010 at Write. Click. Scrapbook.
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Mar 15, 2010
Re: [the midnight scrapper] Anneke submitted a comment to mission accomplished... Hi Anneke I love that story and know exactly what you are talking about because we have that same add and I agree...they taste like they come from heaven!! As another funny story, I participated in Project 365 last year (that sounds funny to say, 5 days into the new year LOL) and at the beginning of December I saw a wonderful Ferrero Roche display in our supermarket a giant golden Christmas tree made out of hundreds of chocolate balls, surrounded by box after box of Ferrero Roche. It was truly dazzling and I decided it just had to be photo of the day. I whipped out my camera and lined up for a photo and this sort of brought everyones attention to me. So there I am with everyone looking and asking what I am doing. So I have 2 options at this point spend the next 15 minutes telling them all about project 365 or... I tell them I am a merchandiser checking the display, snap the photo and get out of there asap!!!!!!! Yep, I sure do love that chocolate. Jody
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2010 on mission accomplished... at the midnight scrapper
Hi Nadine I did the album a month at a time. At the end of each month I would have my photos printed and then come home, slip them in the album and journal. I set the album up myself as there was no way us poor internationals were ever going to get a kit!!! I knew if I got behind to much (and I did fall about 6 weeks behind at one point) I would be to overwhelmed to catch up. I keep saying it but I am proud that I got it all done because although the concept is simple, it is a commitment! Take care... Jody
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2010 on mission accomplished... at the midnight scrapper