This is Sarah Jay's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Sarah Jay's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Sarah Jay
Recent Activity
I'm looking forward to seeing more of the stitching plates and stamps!
Love the bokeh!
Toggle Commented Sep 4, 2013 on STAMPtember(R) Blog Hop at Nichol Spohr LLC
1 reply
I love the wild cards, especially in this collection. They're just so sweet!
Use early morning or late afternoon light for great warmth in your photos.
1 reply
I'll say 999. But The Price is Right fan in me wants to say 1!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2009 on How Many Yards of Ribbon? at A Muse News
I <3 magazines. For those that I love, like Real Simple, Martha Stewart Living, Saveur, and PaperCrafts, I need to have the real thing in my hands. I like flipping the pages and find almost as much inspiration in the ads as I do in the regular content.
1 reply
Maybe Jen D?
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2009 on Secret Squares - Round 3! at A Muse News
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2009 on Secret Squares - Round 2! at A Muse News
Although I love all of the new shapes, I'm most excited about the 4x8 number sets. No. 73 is exactly what I want for the month-by-month baby album I'm starting to put together for my son. The lack of 1s in most alphabet sticker/chipboard sets means I'll never get to month 12 without buying several sets or finding the perfect dies, like these!
1 reply
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2009 on Secret Squares Game! at A Muse News
I sew occasionally. Usually with a machine, but I'm proficient with a needle too. It's a rare hobby/skill among my friends, most of whom went to the same engineering school I did and are in their late 20s and early 30s. Sewing tends to take a backseat to my other creative hobbies because it requires so much space. My mother taught me when I was just a kid -- her sewing machine lived in our dining room along with an old cabinet full of notions and a vintage buffet/roll-out table packed with fabric. (She also had a large knitting stash, leather-working supplies, and a wood workshop bigger than most people's garages.) I love sewing my own Halloween costumes, which can get quite elaborate, but have had limited success with my many attempts at everyday wear. I also do curtains, pillows, upholstery, and other little decorative things as needed. And now that I have a baby, burpcloths and blankets.
Toggle Commented Jun 12, 2009 on Laziest Daisy, and a Question at Posie Gets Cozy
I love the flexibility of digital scrapbooking, especially with typography. But I hate not being able to put it all together with my own hands. When my newspaper when almost entirely digital by scanning in our ads, I really missed the paste-up process. That's why I'm totally digging hybrid scrapping.
1 reply
Another A-Muse-a-Palooza for me! I'm smack dab between The Paper Tree and Ink About It.
Toggle Commented Jun 10, 2009 on A-MUSE-A-PALOOZA 2009! at A Muse News
Really loving the texture on the second layout.
1 reply
I totally fell in love with the vintage look of the Ducks in a Row wild cards. I collect vintage postcards, but don't have the heart to cut them up or use them in my crafts. These are a great substitute!
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2009 on Wild Cards! at October Afternoon
So glad you're able to spend more time with John and Lynn, especially since it sounds like you'll have a great time. My family lives out of state and I love having them come visit so that I can show them all the places that make this place home to me.
1 reply
I can't wait to add Sunshine & Laughter to my collection. It's so versatile and will go with so many of your images.
Toggle Commented May 27, 2009 on You're invited! at A Muse News
I think it was tiny cupcake, but I became addicted so quickly that I can hardly remember.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2009 on Anniversary Contest #2 at A Muse News
1. Cheerios 2. Levon by Elton John 3. Black Celestes by Crocs
1 reply