Thursday, April 26, 2007
Posted by Pegi Taylor at 7:37 AM
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
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Posted by Pegi Taylor at 4:57 AM
Monday, April 23, 2007
Posted by Pegi Taylor at 5:57 AM
Sunday, April 22, 2007
I want to thank you all for coming back to my blog and for the positive responses to my first blog entry ever. I especially want to thank Jami Sibley for teaching me this great card layout. I loved her square card and the three bows across the top that I saw last month in the Dirty Dozen Gallery over at Splitcoaststampers. I have been making the traditional 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 cards for all these years and it was definitely time for a change . . . so thank you Jami for helping me change my style. Jami is very talented and I am really excited to have been able to create a card based on one of her beautiful creations. You should really go check out Jami's blog . . . you will love it!!!
So here is my card using the Doodle This stamp set from Stampin Up! I used my watercolor crayons on the flower. The patterned paper is from one of those cute little 6 x 6 pads of Basic Grey paper that I purchased from Joy and Daisy at Eclectic Paperie. Eclectic Paperie is my new favorite place to shop besides my local Archivers store. I also used some of that "drool worthy" ribbon that I found at Michaels. Drool worthy is a Taylor VanBruggen term to describe something absolutely awesome . . . and Taylor's blog is absolutely awesome!!! Taylor is so talented and one of the sweetest people I know. She has been so good to me and Willow and Izzy . . . and we just love her!! I also used some brown SU ribbon, SU hodgepodge hardware and Prima flowers with little Swarovski crystals in the center. The leaves are made with my new Quickcutz Revolution machine and the Sentiment is from Fancy Flexible Phrases by Stampin Up!
Thanks for looking!
Posted by Pegi Taylor at 7:15 AM
Saturday, April 21, 2007
Since Button Bear was my very first stamp set ever . . . I found it only fitting that he appear in my very first blog entry ever. I dug out my sweet little Button Bear and gave him an updated look by using Basic Grey papers and some really cool ribbon that I found at Michaels. I borrowed the SU ticket punch from Paris of Inky Art (you should check out her blog . . . it's awesome!!) and now I gotta have one of those cute little ticket punches too.
I made a bunch of journals for a craft show and couldn't believe how well they sold . . . but I just didn't have the heart to sell this one. I think I'll just tuck him away for safe keeping.
Posted by Pegi Taylor at 7:29 PM