Monday, February 23, 2009

Monday's Fun Day!

Thank you to all who left such nice comments on the Copics Demonstration post or emailed me privately. If anyone has any requests or questions or if something isn't as clear, please feel free to contact me.


I have been trying to play "catch up" at my craft table with various workshops and a few the cards that are due at the store for my next class (which will be posted very soon!)

The Copic blending technique tutorials are also being worked on. I had a couple of requests that came in that I am trying to work on in a way that will translate well online, iykwm.

In the meantime, it's time to announce last week's Monday's Fun Day winner!

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6


Timestamp: 2009-02-24 15:42:22 UTC

HEIDI! Congratulations!

She wrote:

I enjoy scrapbooking and am currently working on my youngest son's album to complete for his college graduation in May. I am up to his 10th grade in high school so I better get going!!! Thanks for offering your book as a prize.

Heidi, email me your mailing address and I will get this cute little book out to you in the mail! - whoopsie.daisy@sbcglobal.net

I made this little embellishment with my new Hero Arts Patterned Hearts set.

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First thing everyone asked me at the store was "What are you going to do with that set? Valentine's is over!" My answer was easy... four leaf clovers! Well... three leaf clovers too. :) My inspiration comes from a sweet girl I met up with at CHA. Laura Griffin posted a cute card and video on her blog, Dreaming Out Loud. Mine's more simple in that I just cut my hearts out after stamping them and then used a small circle punch to punch out a base and a glue dot to stick all of my hearts to. A button with piece of linen thread and some glitter around the button accents the center. I'll probably find some use for this lucky clover on a card or a scrapbook layout.

Now for this Monday's Fun Day giveaway, compliments of Memories Live On!

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To have a chance to win this, simply leave me a comment here about anything! :) You have until Sunday evening and I will post a winner that night before I go to bed.

I'll start...

Last night, as I was inking up my brand new Penny Black and Karen Stolper stamps, I realized just how much I love seeing those images coming to life with ink and color!

Have a happy day everyone!


10 comments:

fa11enan9e1 said...

That clover is absolutely adorable! I feel like I should make some cards for St. Patrick's Day and those would be the perfect embellishments. :D

Doramiyi said...

Ha, I never even thought about a four leaf clover. You are so clever. Got to jot that one down. Anyways, this is the first time I've commented on your blog. Just discovered your blog a couple weeks ago.

I look forward to seeing more inspiration from you. Thanks for it and also for the chance to win.

doramiyi
doramiyi@gmail.com
-CANADA-

Maylee said...

Hi Jane,

I love your music play list!

Nicole said...

That clover is a great idea! I'll have to see what papers I have on hand that I can use for that. I've also seen hearts used to make ladybugs.

Clarinda said...

I'm just learning about copic...I think I'm hooked!

Joni (kix) said...

I love the copic demo in the last post! I really really want to try some of those markers!

Kathy H said...

Thanks for posting the copics info..I have only three but it's good to know more about them!!! Kathy Hering...

Anonymous said...

I love your 4 leaf clover made with green hearts... such a great idea!

Swedie

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