...I think the one question that I get emailed me most is, where is...? like where is the faux wood grain tutorial, where is the paper piecing card, and where is the punch book etc.? So off to the right are categories, and under that list what I will categorize things in my blog post. Now when I first started blogging I had no idea what I was doing and all these nifty little things, so you may find that things are missing...then holler at me and I will find it and categorize it.
So in 2007 I did a punch book class, this class was very popular, here is my original post, and what I did was put the class pages on my blog so everyone could see them and get ideas, and well copy them, I mean if we didn't want to be copied we wouldn't post right? What I usually think is blogger etiquette, is if you post something on your blog you really need to give credit, and I do that, and if I ever miss anyone, I want to be told so I can fix it. I did that recently when I had no idea what the technique was called that Patty Bennett had a tutorial on her blog for, later I found out the proper name and I fixed it, heck we are all human.
So I took this punch book with me on cruise to share and everyone enjoyed seeing it. So to make a long story short, I have added a Photo Album on the right where you can see the pages a lot easier. It is labeled of course Punch Book. A few of you have asked why I don't do more punch critters etc., well I just might have to and add them to my book as I go. There are some talented girls out there thinking outside of the
So a couple weeks ago I got my hand stamped card inviting me to the Artisan Award dinner while we are in Salt Lake City during Convention. It does not say who stamped it so I am gonna pretend Shelli made it.
Paper: Old Olive, Pale Plum, Whisper White, Razzleberry Lemondade DSP
Ink: Perfect Plum
Misc: Scallop punch, clip assortment, satin ribbon
Aren't they beautiful? Well I can't show you the actual catalog...but the boxes sure are pretty!
Have a great Friday, and thanks for stopping in!