Recently I rediscovered the joy of something I made years ago. I bought a undecorated pencil cup, painted the bottom and then covered it with paper that I had stamped. I added a preprinted tag, brad and ribbon to finish it off. All the paper and stamps are from Club Scrap's Bistro Kit.
I've always wanted to try digital scrapbooking, but never really spent the time trying to learn it. I've gotten some really cool digital kits over the years and most recently the Brewed Awakenings event from Club Scrap provided me with a kit that was hard to resist. This kit gave me the push I needed to try digital. Here is my first attempt. This is me in front of the original Starbucks in 2006.
I haven't updated this blog in quite awhile. I'm going to try to get with the program again and update this much more often. As a starting point here are some cards I made during the recent Club Scrap PSL (Pro Scrapbooking League).
The latest challenge that I and my friends at PaperArtistsOnline are working on is a deck of ATC's. In a regular deck of cards, each card is the same size as an ATC (2 1/2 inches x 3 1/2 inches). We are taking turns naming the suit and theme for each. So far we have done the 2 of Hearts (Childhood) and the Ace of Spades (Red, Purple and Black). Here are the ATC's that I have made so far.
It's been awhile. I've thought about blogging, but just haven't had the motivation to do so. The winter months have been long and hard (that's what she said...) and I am happy that spring is on it's way. I need some sunshine and warmth. I've been scrapping and creating and want to share some of what I've been working on.
All cards above use a Technique Junkie card layout and Club Scrap paper and stamps.