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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Wow, the time is just flying by, till the New Year!  Where did the year go!  Lot's of projects in mind for today, perhaps I'll post some later this afternoon.  Love Penny
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Scrapbook pencil box





This was a fun project I did one day just because I had a bunch of these really cute pencil boxe's laying around not being used.  I love how it turned out. 

Supplies:
1-plastic pencil box
1-12 x 12 Sheet for the outside of your layouts
1-12 x 12 Sheet for the tags.
1-8 1/2 sheet of white or other light color for journaling blocks
Approx 10 SMALL brads that match your theme, or colors (Large brads will cause your book not to fold properly.)
1 -12inch ribbon
Assorted fibers, or ribbons for tag toppers
Assorted stickers that match your theme or photos
Approx 4 small photos
1 glue stick
Standard round notebook paper hole punch

1) Start by taking the light brown piece of 12 x 12 paper and folding it in not quite in half, (top to bottom)leaving a two inch section at the top that is not covered by the bottom section of the sheet, this will make the pocket section.
2) Now take the sheet and fold it in half length wise.
3) Next take the length wise ENDS of the folded sheet and fold them in to the center fold, this will give you the "book" part of your scrapbook.  Try placing it in your pencil box at this point to make sure it will fit, and refold if necessary.
4)  Now place two brads in the pocket side of your scrapbook, on each side, to keep the outer most "pockets" in place.  Do the same for the inner pockets.
5) On my design I folded down the corners on each side and held them in place with other small brads.
6) Out of the 12 x 12 red paper next cut strips to form your photo tags, and add journaling blocks of white paper underneath each photo section.
7) Using the paper punch, punch a hole in the top of each tag, and lace fancy fibers or ribbons though the hole.
8) Now decorate the outside and inside of your scrapbook, and tie it up with the ribbon.
9) Insert your new scrapbook into it's pencil case and gift it to someone you love. Happy Crafting! Love Penny  P.S. This also makes a great teacher gift at the end of the year.
You should give it a try sometimes.   Love Penny
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Basic Grey - What Becomes of the Broken Hearted
"What Becomes of the Broken Hearted" I used a song title for this layout, about my son's tragic death. I used an editing program to add the text to the main photo, and I also used it to make the photo appear more blue/gray.

The outside journaling is the song's lyrics and they read:
As I walk this land of broken dreams, I have visions of many things,
but happiness is just an illusion, filled with sadness and confusion.
What becomes of the broken hearted, who has love that's now departed, I know I've got to find some kind of peace of mind.....

That journaling tab lifts up and then you can see my personal journaling that reads:
I have always loved this song, but when my only son died the words took on a whole new meaning.  I never dreamed that this is where I would have to come to talk to my son for the rest of my life. I love you Adam, Love Mom.

I hope that their are not too many other Mother's that find themselves making layouts such as this one.  Love Penny
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Boy toddler layout
Catch Me if You Can!
Layout of my grandson Matthew on his mom's wedding day.  He spent the whole day running away from everyone who tried to corral him! Even at this young age the little rascal KNOWS he can outrun me due to my arthritis so we play "Catch me if you can" a LOT, so I figured that would be a great title for this layout!

This layout features punch out alphabets, brads, buttons, tags, ribbon, and some punch out accessories.  Pretty quick and easy after I figured out what kind of placement I wanted on my photos.  I also loved the blue, and green color scheme, which went great with the photo's and his clothing. Until next time Happy Scrappin!
Love Penny
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Boy toddler layout - XX-Large little boys steal huge pieces from  your heart!
I made this layout years ago of my grandson Matthew for the old "Creating Keepsakes " yearly contests. Alas I didn't win, but I did end up with some great layouts, so in a way I still won after all! Yeah me!!!!

When I first took this photo the room wasn't well lit so when the photo came back it had a horrible "red eye" effect! Well since I wasn't making a Vampire layout for Halloween I had to do something! (I did make a layout like this later that year however using a photo with red eye, it was a blast!)

This type of problem is why I first found this site:
Picasa it has a fabulous free downloadable photo editing program that has saved my oblivious lack of phototography skills many, many times over....
(I am not affiliated with this company in any way I just love this program.)

So after saving my photo, and reprinting it into a usable form, I was back in action! Most people who have known me very long, KNOW I am one FRUGAL SCRAPPER! Many of my layouts will feature some sort of re-purposed item that I have found in one place, or another since I don't live by a scrapbook store.  For this layout it's the buttons, and an actual store clothing rack divider.  Flat enough.....yeah, unusual item for a contest page......yeah.......easy to use and glue....yeah......... Okay perfect! Down it went!

I started by taking my paper, and cutting around the divider, then I took that piece of paper and laid it on top of the divider, and rubbed it lightly so that it would leave an embossed effect on the paper so I could cut it closer to the correct size.. Worked great, so I trimmed the paper, and then glued it in place! WOW perfect fit, so now I think I am a genius!.....Okay only for a second....back to reality...

Other accents on this page included a fold out folder, a hand drawn heart, inked edges, and sewn on buttons, and paint chips that I got free from the local department stores paint department. (They are the greenish accents rectangle shapes).  The title is made of a plastic alphabet made by I believe Makin Memories.

Good luck with your pages today, and I hope I have inspired you to try something new! ...Happy Scrappin Love Penny
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Fair layout - "Fairly impossible not to have Fun! 
It's "County Fair" time here in our tiny town, and couldn't wait to take my grandson to the fair! It was almost as much fun as making this 2 page 12 x 12 layout! Luckily for me it was slightly overcast which means I would be getting to of my favorite things: Great photos, and I wouldn't be sweating while chasing him around! LOL

For a larger view of this layout click HERE.

My scrapbooking frugal tip for this layout is that I used some of my actual photos as layout accents.  For example the accents: Luck Duck, and Midway, are photo of real signs I took at the fair! I think they turned out great, and I didn't have to spend a lot of time hunting for layout accents. Works for me!

Since I rounded the corners of all of my photo's I chose to do the same for all of the embellishments.  I added round punched pieces behind some of the brads to give them additional pop, and to match the background pattern paper.

I have to admit the best part for me was the "Duck Pond" we had a blast there until he decided to eat the ducks! LOL Who knew he had such a delicate palette at such an early age?

Have a great day and remember to take you family to your local fair as well!
Happy Scrappin, Love Penny
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Christmas layout - I Believe in Santa!
This was Madison's very 1st Christmas, and we couldn't wait to take photos of her Matthew, and our very own family "Santa". The photo's turned out great!  I love how Madison is looking at Santa like he's her hero, and she doesn't even know about the presents yet!

Matthew on the other hand wasn't sure who "Santa" was, but by the time all the presents were handed out he was definitely warming up to him! Luckily for him his name hadn't made to the "Naughty list" yet! LOL

For accents on my layout my frugal side broke out! The snowflake was a Christmas tree ornament.  The clay Santa head was an old earring, and I stamped the Santa image on the background paper.  I used my diamond punch to make most of the other accents.  Merry Christmas to all of you!

To view this layout larger click HERE
Happy Scrappin! Love Penny
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Baby boy layout - Could you tell him no?
Could you tell him no?
Layout I did of my Grandson Matthew, and I am in LOVE with this photo.  The trick to getting this great shot was that I strapped him in his car seat for a few minutes, left the car door open, and snapped away. This works great because more than likely they will look towards you/the door, and the sunlight is just bright enough on most days to give you the "twinkle" in their eyes! Plus they can't get away which in Matthew's case is a good thing!! LOL

This is another budget friendly / frugal layout using mainly cardstock, a few brads, some ribbon, and some Sizzix die cut letters.  If you don't have a Sizzix you could subsitute some alpabet stickers. I also used some photo corners and inked the edges of most of my cardstock. Quick, easy and still a great looking layout, if I do say so myself! LOL  Thanks for looking, and Happy Scrappin!  Love Penny
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Baby girl layout
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not... This is a layout I did of my Grand daughter Madison as she picked flowers from her mother's wedding flowers.  It won 1st place in our county fair.
Frugal Tip - The clear flowers on the left side of the layout came from the hardware department of a local store.  They were really meant to hold a mirror on your wall, but I thought they would make beautiful flowers!

The TINY lace around the title was cut from lace off of an old hair bow, but it was so hard to cut out and worse to try and glue down! LOL
The beads were from my sewing goodies, and I glued them in place but later had to go back and tack them down with thread in order to get them to stay were I wanted them.  The rose under the main photo is a sewing applique that I have had since my daughter was a child. I glued it in place along with the other small sewing accent ribbon flowers. Love Penny
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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

What I miss the most about you - Memory layout


This is a double page layout I did for my son Adam, after he was killed by a drugged driver, while Adam was on his way home from college.

The jouranling on the first page reads:
What I miss the most about you........
The smile on your face, as you were never afraid to let your happiness show.
The sight of you and your sister together, she still misses you so.
The helping hand you offered without ever being asked.
That you never complained even when your needs were met last.
The red hair on your head, and freckles that covered your face.
The man that was slowing taking over my little boy's place.
The way you thought of others first, yourself the least.
Your place at the table for every holiday feast.
How proud you looked as you went to your first prom,
But mostly the sound of your voice as you said the word mom.....
Second page journaling reads:
You left a hole in my heart that time will never heal
I love you still... Mom

Frugal Tip - The heart embellishment was from a necklace I had that I thought fit this page and my feelings perfectly, so I sewed it in place.
 Love Penny
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Homemade napkin rings
So you're planning a party of 8, and you only have 6 napkin rings! What's a girl to do?  Go out and spend $$$ on a new set of 8? That maybe in your budget, but it's certainly not in mine especially since I'll be needing to save my money to buy the food for the party, which I intend to help eat! YUMMY!

SO straight to my perfectly organized craft room I go......Wait a minute I must have been thinking of all those great looking craft rooms on Pintrest, because mine is a disaster....Sigh, yes I do try but.....a girl only has so many hours in a day, so when it's craft vs. clean do I have to tell you which one wins?? I didn't think so...

Okay back to the subject at hand...What was it I was looking for... Oh yeah all those toilet, and paper towel cardboard rolls I have been hoarding for years.  They were a little dusty but still quite usable! Great I was now looking at my new napkin rings.

After applying the outer paper, the hardest part of this project was getting the inside paper glued down in a nice flat circle, but after many sticky fingers from excess glue, I finally made my napkin rings! Yes, the party is back on! If you'd like to make some for yourself here is what I did:

In order to make 4 of these you will need the following supplies:

1 - Heavy Duty Paper towel, or toilet roll, or small wrapping paper inner roll.
4 - Flowers-mine were silk flowers plucked straight from a stray arrangement.
4 - large head gold brads
4 - small tags, these are actually optional, but if used you could change the tags out, and place each guests name on their tag, and place setting.
1- 8 1/2 x 11 white or matching paper for the inner pieces.
1 - glue stick
1 - Scissors, and paper trimmer
1 - exacto type knife
1 piece of scrap cardboard

1)  Cut the paper towel roll into 2 inch wide pieces, leaving the roll, or circle intact, being careful not to bend the roll too much while cutting them into circle strips.

2)  Cut  4 strips of the pattern paper approx. 1 inch wider than your desired tube size.  (I cut my paper strips 3 inches wide. ) The length of the strips will depend on the size of your paper roll, but it should be long enough so that you have a slight overlap of the pattern paper when it is measured to the outer part of the roll.

3)  BEFORE gluing the pattern paper to the outer portion of the roll, place the brad in the center of the flower, and cut a small slit in the middle of the pattern paper strip, and insert the flower topped brad.  DO NOT bend the brad over yet.

Caution: Please be careful during this next step as you will be using an exacto knife and it doesn't care if it cuts you or the paper:
4) Place the small scrap of cardboard in the inner circle of the roll, and being careful use the exacto knife to make a SMALL slit in the middle of the paper towel roll, this will be where the flower topped brad will be inserted.  The scrap of paper is to help you not cut through the other side of the roll. Of course I found this out the hard way!

5)  Using your glue stick spread glue over the backside of the pattern paper strips.

6)  Smooth out the paper on the outside of the roll, but DO NOT bend the paper into the inside portion of the roll yet.

7) Now bend the brad flaps over making sure they are flat against the inner portion of the paper towel roll, and do not stick out past the outer cardboard edges.

8)  Now take your scissors, and cut slits into the pattern paper just until it reaches the outer edge of the paper towel cardboard.  This will allow you to fold the edges of the pattern paper into the inner circle of the roll.  At this point you may have to apply additional glue to the strips if they have dried out before you could get the strips cut, and folded inside the roll. No problem, just more sticky fingers!

9)  Cut the white paper into strips slightly smaller (this will be the width portion of the paper) than the inner circle of your roll, but cut the length of it just a little longer than the inner circle so that it overlaps slightly, and glue in place. Tie your tags in place and you are done!

You now have brand new napkin rings to match your party's theme! Where's my dinner invite?  Love Penny
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House number plaque
This is a house number plaque that I made for my mother's home.  It was a pretty easy project, and would work with most old wooden plaques that are a dime a dozen at most yard sales, or local thrift shops. So it's also pretty inexpensive to make, and who doesn't love that in a project!

Other options would be to change out the accents to suit other themes, or color palettes, or substituting letters for the numbers to make it a name plate instead! Hey it's crafting, just have FUN with it!

To make this project you will need the following:

1- Wooden plaque of your choice in size, and shape.
1-12 x 12 sheet of pattern paper (If your plaque is larger than 12 x 12 you will need additional sheets of paper.
1-strand of matching beads (If you are making a larger plaque you might need two strands)
Wooden house numbers for your home, or letters for a name.
1- scissors
1- Cameo-mine was an old piece of  broken jewelry
Assorted Rub-on's of your choice as these may longer be available.
3 - small tacks
1 or 2-picture hangers brackets for the back of your plaque, and a small hammer.
1-silk flower
1- "Home Sweet Home" sticker or another sticker of your choice, as this one may no longer be available.
1- burnishing stick
Modge Podge
1 small bottle of white paint, with paint brush
1 glue stick

1)  First mount the picture hanging brackets to the back of the plaque.
2)  Paint both the plaque and the wooden numbers with the white paint.
3)  Since my plaque was an odd shape, I laid out the pattern paper on the plaque and used the burnishing stick (Popsicle stick) to rub the edges of the paper to the shape of the plaque cutting the paper out to the burnished shape.
4)  Using the glue stick glue the pattern paper to the plaque.
5)  Layout your house numbers till they are in a pleasing design. Then glue or nail them in place depending on the type of numbers you purchased.
6)  Tack the cameo and flower in place with small tacks, using the hammer if necessary.
7)  Add your choice of rub-on's or stickers.
8)  Glue down the beads to the edge of the pattern paper.
9)  Apply a coat of varnish or modge podge over the entire plaque except the flower.
 This plaque is not designed to hang in the rain, so please take this into consideration when choosing where to hang this number plate, or chose another coating option like varnish, or other rain proofing materials.
Have fun, and try altering some other household items!  Happy Scrappin!
Love Penny
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My Mind's Eye - Grandmother layout
This is a layout I did of my Grandmother, showcasing photo's of her in her youth and after she had aged, I loved her either way!

The square rose embellishments are actual photos of roses in my flower garden. I used Picasa editing program to change the colors of them to more sepia tones so that they matched the colors of the heritage photos, and the pattern paper.

The paper, and other embellishments are from "My Mind's Eye", one of my favorite company's to use.  I fussy cut the flowers on the title "Grandma" from another matching sheet of their paper.   Hope you like it.  Love Penny
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Sunday, December 25, 2011

End of the season! 
Ah! Merry Christmas to one and all!  Well the photo's never got printed, but the scrapbooks are done.  Four 12 x 12 albums in 2 days! That is probably the most I've completed since doing the recipe swaps years ago!  Ran though 4-5 glue sticks and more brads than I can count, but at least it's done, and the books have been gifted.  I chose to let them decide which photo's they wanted to use and just did generic pages, holiday themes, or pages I knew they would probably have photos for.

In case you ever have to make one of these here are the themes I made pages for:
Birthday, Memories, Christmas, Halloween, A Day at the Zoo (this could also be used for Wild kids, parties, etc.) Fairy page, Several floral themed pages since all the people getting these books were either young girls or women, that could be used for a variety of subjects, a few in brights, and a few in Heritage colors. A butterfly themed page, Hot Summer days, Pool / Beach.  I ended up with 20 pages per book, with the side by side layouts matching in both theme and in colors.  On several of the layouts I included tags, with nice fiber threads, just to give the books some added texture, and a space to do some journaling. They seemed to be a hit with the people who rec'd them so I hope they get to enjoy them for years to come. Well I'm off to bed it's been a long day of cooking, eating, opening presents, eating, cleaning up, and eating, etc.  Love Penny who will now need a New Year's resolution for dieting.
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Friday, December 23, 2011


Christmas is no longer creeping up on me, it is on the expressway coming at me at 100 mph! Today I drove about 15 miles to CVS hoping to get some photo's printed and enlarged that I needed for X-mas scrapbooks, that I am in the process of making, and AFTER I got to the store, I realized that the CD photo disc, I needed was at home laying on top of the dryer.   Oh well, back to CVS tomorrow.
So tonight I will again fight the paper trimmer, as I peel the glue stickies from my fingers, and search through all of my embellishments, for just the right sticker, that I surely will not find, till I have chosen and stuck another one, where I wanted it to go.  Ah, this is life!  What get's done, get's done, and what doesn't won't matter the day after Christmas!  So I'm off to the scrapbook room, trying to imagine how my not printed yet photo's will look like on the layouts I am making!  Oh, and by the way, did I mention that I have to bake cookies tomorrow too! LOL Love Penny

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Thursday, December 22, 2011

I can hear Santa bells in my sleep ringing to the tune of Jingle Bells:
"You're still not done you know,
getting presents for ones you love so,
all sleep you must forgo,
to prevent those Christmas woes!
Oh it's going to be a long couple of days of late night hours! Love Penny
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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Nascar 3 ring binder


This was previously just a plain 3 ring binder with plastic page pockets.  For this project you want to make sure that the spine (spine meaning the section of this notebook that say's "Allen") of the notebook will accept paper as some notebooks have their spine's attached to the plastic so that paper will not slide down into the pocket. Those types of notebook's will not work for this project! 

For my page insert's I first measured approx. how large I needed the paper to be so that it would slide into the plastic page pocket's without ruining the decorated page, giving it a test run BEFORE decorating it. Then I did the same thing for the spine of the notebook.

Next I decorated my page's, and slide them back into the page pockets, being careful with the pages.  For this example I used Nascar wallpaper border's for the main section then I added stickers, and letter's that I had cut out with my Sizzix.  

You can make these notebooks in any theme, or color! The kid's love them! This one was for my nephew. Till next time Happy Scrapping! Love Penny
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Divorce/Break-up card
This is a card I made for all you "divorced" gals! Of course I am not suggesting this as an alternative, but just to give you a good laugh, when you need one the most. Love Penny
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My Mind's Eye - Pretty Little Girl-  Baby Girl layout

This layout was published in the idea book:"Mother Goose Scrapbooking",
it was used for the poem: "What Little Girl's Are Made Of".  I can't tell you how excited I was when I received that email! Let's just say we were lucky that the cops weren't called in to investigate the screams coming from the neighbors house! Oppsie!

This is a layout of my granddaughter Madison, when she was about 5 mths old. I used My Mind's Eye "Wild Asparagus" paper, and embellishment collection. Which is one of my all time favorites! I will never admit to you (or anyone else) even under water boarding torture how much of it I still have stashed away! Occasionally I just get it out, and just drool over. Yes, paper addiction is a real issue with some of us....and I have yet to find a cure...not that I'm looking all that hard.....

I also used several punches - a flower, and a round punch for the center of the flowers, along with several stamps, ribbon, and I inked the edges of most of my embellishments. To cut out the smaller photo's I used a square punch, which was prefect since straight lines with scissors I have yet to master... Sigh.....

These photos were taken while my granddaughter was strapped in her car seat, which made focusing in on her face a lot easier, without her being able to get away, a great tip for toddler, and baby shots!  It also helps to give you natural lighting when trying to get those precious, and SO elusive "catch lights" in their eyes. Plus most toddler's can outrun me! LOL Thanks for looking, and have a Scrappy Day!
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Angel Garden layout
This is a layout I made of my "Angel" garden, outside my home. It was due to be published in a magazine, however at the last minute the magazine folded. The good news is they were kind enough to send me back my layout! Thanks guys!
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Basic Grey tag set


Frugal Scrapbooking Tip - This is the set of tags I made from just 1 sheet of Basic Grey paper.  I did this to show that if you really love a paper manufacturer, and you have little cash on  hand you can still incorporate their paper in your books with just 1 sheet of paper.
The paper started out with a quilt/grid like pattern, that I then cut up into 18 different tags.  Each square was a different color on the paper and that is why the tags are different colors.
Then I proceeded to decorate them to match layouts that I might be doing in the future. So there you have it make 18 tags with just one sheet of paper! Love Penny
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Tuesday, December 20, 2011


Sadly I still have my own projects to complete, and Christmas is getting closer by the second. I am off to finish my nephew's present first, and then the other four gift albums.  Hopefully I'll get some of those photo's posted here before they are wrapped. Gotta go, I'm off to play one of Santa's elves, I just wish I had a few more elves to help out right now! (Or at least one to help clean up the mess here at the house, after I am done with all this scrapping!) Catch you later! Love Penny
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Friday, December 16, 2011

Things I love!
This is a sign plaque I made for my granddaughter.  It's made from an old license plate! 

My grandson in time out! I love the look on his face!

Some of my buttons need I say more!



Roll TIDE! Go Alabama Football! Love Penny Happy Scrapping!
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Whew! Long day on the computer as I loaded and edited 6, yeah 6 photo books as Christmas gifts.  The things I will do to get a good "bargain" amaze me! LOL I have never used this service before (snapfish) so I am hoping they will come out great, but with my limited Christmas funds I could not pass up the buy 1 get 2 free sale.  So my mom and I pooled our funds and purchased the books.

I am also working on several Christmas gifts that I need to make, one for my nephew which I hope he will love.  After it is completed, I'll try and post a few photo's of it.  "TOP SECRET" for now though, so you'll have to wait. As Santa says" No Peeking".

I'm afraid that the Christmas deadline is sneaking up on me faster and faster.  The planned "Christmas Quilts", had to be put on the back burner, as time flew out the window, and things had to be scratched for the sake of my sanity.

The house is a disaster, dishes waiting to be washed, toy's ALL over the floor, but in the mist of the chaos, a shining light on the dark side of humanity.  Two packages arrived at my house today for my granddaughter's daisy troop!
THANK YOU!  I KNOW the girl's and boy's will love working with the items you sent! Previously the other troop leader and myself were paying for all the supplies out of our own pockets, as the economy here in town is atrocious, and most of the girl's families are barely making ends meet. So THANK YOU AGAIN, you know who you are! I will try and email you a photo of the girls first projects.  So even though it was pouring down rain, here, there was a brightness at my house that the weatherman couldn't explain!

Well it's off to bed for me as I HAVE GOT to do something with this house in the AM and those Christmas gifts are NOT going to make themselves!
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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Simple 6 x 6 mini album








This is a 6 x 6 mini album, I made for a friend.  The photo's are not my best due to taking them on a VERY cloudy day, so I had to use my flash, which caused several of the glossy items to glare, but she needed it right away so I didn't have time to retake the photos.  The tags fit behind the pages, and act as journal blocks, since the pages are so small. I have made several of these in the past.  I added several other page accents after these photos, but as with the glare, I didn't have time to retake the photo's before she needed to gift the album.  I think this album is  a prime example of something that is VERY "do able" for even the beginning scrapper.  Hope you enjoy it! Love Penny
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Welcome to My New Scrapbooking, and Crafting Blog

Scrap-aholic



Welcome to my new scrapbooking, and crafting blog! Here you will find scrapbook layouts, trash to treasure, altered art, mixed media, card making, boy and gilr scrapbook pages, sports pages, heritage layouts, quilting, and other fun crafting projects for adults, and kids. 

You also find on occasion reciepies, and cute food decorating ideas. Well let's just face it, you'll find just about anything on this blog! 


Personally I love it because I now have somewhere to put all the photos of my craft projects without taking up my computer space. It will also help me with my journaling dates, and products I used on my projects so that if I submit them for publication they are in one location.   

But the best possible reason is so I get to know all of you! So be sure, and become a follower, grab a glass of sweet tea, and sit a spell. Till next time Happy Scrapping. Love Penny 

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