Thursday, December 17, 2009

2009 A great year!

Well along came 2009.  I got back into scrapbooking and found myself heading to new dimensions on "the page".  It was also getting closer to the end of 2009 that I discovered my hero TIM HOLTZ!  I really enjoying not scrapbooking on pages and everything else!  It opened up some doors for me in this highly addictive craft!
Love this page, I felt very playful with this one.

No my best, but at least I did try those felt things.  Not sure I like them too much!!!

I love this page.  My beautiful boys!

This page was the most commented on page I had done that was posted on ScrapJazz.

There are those weird felt things again...hmmm still not loving them too much.

I actually made that paper in behind.  It was a plain white piece and I just did a few techniques.  I really didn't want to over power the picture and I think it looks nice!

Love it, Love it, Love it!

I tried the "journalling effect".  I think it looks good!

I love that stream in the pictures.  We loved it so much we just put one in our own yard!

There is that stream again.  I love that paper, can't remember what it is...

A little funkiness.

I love these pictures of my Wyatt.  What a sweetie.

Not my best page, but at least I worked with the multi-colored pictures.

This was a funny day, man I got some awesome pictures of the boys.

Wow they grow up so fast!  K & Co paper.

Alright no doubt, worst page of 2009, but it was about Wii, so I have since forgiven myself.

Love this, I actually made those flowers with my slice.  I sprayed them with glimmer mist!  Fun!

I made this paper.  I weaved strips that I inked and did a woven look.  I love it.

I love these pictures that are so calming.  Just another day.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Tim Holtz

Well who scraps that doesn't love Tim Holtz.  I think I first loved him because he wasn't "perfect".  I think we learn so much about scrapbooking for our mistakes!  Plus, who says that a little grunge doesn't look great!  I love that Tim shows us how to use his products...and many ways how to use them!  I really look up to Tim.  I think it is amazing that he can create something out of nothing at any time.

Well after I take a few pictures I plan to post a few of my "tags" that Tim has inspired me to make!