Monday, August 29, 2011

Doodlebug Design Team Submissions

Doodlebug is having a Design Team call and I decided to enter. These are my submissions. No matter what the out come - I had a great time creating them and love how they turned out!!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Doodlebug Goodies!

Here is a picture of me and some of my favorite things. There is the adorable pads of paper, my button bracelet and my apron!! Love them!! Doodlebug items make me happy!!

Saturday, July 31, 2010

CHA Fun!

So we spent the week at CHA and what a blast we had. What was my favorite, you ask? Well, of course, DOODLEBUG!!!!!!! Cynthia and her team have once again created the cutest lines ever. I just do not know how they keep doing it!! The girls blessed me with a new Doodlebug button braclet and...wait for it...ONE OF THE APRONS THAT THEY WERE WEARING ADORNED WITH DOODLEBUG BUTTONS!!!!! I will take some pictures and add them.

The other booth we spent a lot of time at was Cricut. I have been working on becoming part of the cricut demo team. When I left for the show I was set up to demo at 2 stores and by the end of the show I was set up at 5 stores!! I am so excited. So back to the booth, I was there checking out the Yudu and the cricut cake considering I will be required to demo these machines also. We were also checking out the new Imagine Machine. We did the make and takes and listened to the demos, because the more you did the more raffle tickets you received! Well, it was worth it. I won 2 cartridages and 3 of the new cuttlebug embossing plates that coordinate with carts (Cindy Loo, Wall Decor and More, and Create-a-Critter)!! So excited!! This is not even the best news yet...wait for friend, Evelyn, won the BRAND NEW CRICUT IMAGINE MACHINE!!!!!!! Can you believe it??? She won a $600 machine!!! OMG!!!

We also met Robyn, from The Pink Stamper!!!! OMG, she is as sweet as can be. I actually felt like I was stalking her. We met and took this picture, then we invited her and Karlee to sit with us at lunch and then bumped into them a couple of more times. Thanks Robyn for being so sweet!

I even met Flat Bunny, from BoBunny. He is the cutest little thing. I found him in the Halloween section, but he look scared, so we move him to the new Winter Joy line. Love the ladies from BoBunny, love BoBunny Products and love Flat Bunny!!!

We had a great time and I can't wait until all the new products ship!!!!

Saturday, July 10, 2010

I think I am caught up, SDU news and Scooter the scrapper

Here is my new helper. Scooter has learned quickly what scrapbooking, cameras and mommy's office means. He like to be right in the middle of things. He has also learned how tasty scrapbooking supplies can be - needless to say, mommy is not very happy about that. He is lucky he is so cute.

I believe this is it for now. I did these two layouts today while doing a demo at the local Michaels. (The pink one still needs a title - it hasn't come to me yet). I have just completed the training program from EKSuccess for SDU (Scrapbooking Design and You). I will be honest - I am not sure if these classes will take off. They are geared towards the beginner scrapbooker. I figure I will give it a try and in the meantime enjoy getting paid to sit and scrapbook for a couple of hours!

Stickles storage

Here is my new stickles storage. I added strip of velcro (love that stuff) to the top of the shelf and to the stickle bottles. Once again, ta-da, new stickle storage! Don't they look pretty?

New cartridage storage

I out grew my old storage system for my cartridages, so here is what I came up with. This is a CropperHopper photo storage case.

One side holds my books and key pads. There are adjustable dividers that I used. Then I just used wire cutters and snipped out the middle divider in the other section. The empty space will house my cord and markers.

This is my favorite part. The opposite side of the case is made for 12x12 paper. I attached velcro squares to my cartridages, the lid and lower side. Ta da - fits two layers of cartridages (84 cartridages total). This is a great case for anyone who travels with their cartridages.

Getting caught up!

It has been a long time since I posted any work. I have been working on wedding stuff for my neice, who is getting married next weekend. (I will post all shower and wedding stuff after the wedding). So, tonight my goal is to get caught up!

This is a retirement card I made for FIL. I used sand embossing powder by Stampendous purchased at Archivers. It is really cool stuff - the pic does not do it justice.

This year Maddie was old enough to be a Crew Guide at church camp. She had kindergarteners and they were the monkeys. These were goody bags that we made for the kids in her group. We used the Create a Critter cartridage. It is fast becoming one of my favorites.