Saturday, April 28, 2007
I was laying in bed the other night- actually in my son's bed, putting him to sleep. That's how we do it right now. Gotta lay down with the boys to get them to sleep. It's actually a nice quiet time for us. Anyway... this idea popped in my head and I couldn't wait to get up to make them! I had to break them into 2 sets- Fields of Dreams Word Art Overlays and Fields of Dreams 2. They are very user friendly!! I hope you like them...
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
For my Senior Designer requirements for this month I had to do 2 Hertiage Page Kits (they will be on the new Scraps of Style- Days Gone By CD), so I really wanted to do something completely different from anything heritage-y or floral-y. So I came up with 1 Funky Page Kit. I also have selfish reasons for making this kit- having 2 little boys, I have TONS of photos with these colors in them. If you've ever been to a playground, or have toys lying around the house, you should be able to use this kit with ease! I wanted to make something kinda "out-there" that could be used in a fun way. I also wanted to make a kit that woud be easy to create a freestyle layout. I've already used it 4 times myself and it really is fun to use. I hope you find it fun too!
Well it's been a while since I've had a chance to update my blog. We're official Spokanite's now and we love it. We are really enjoying Spokane, WA so far. It's a much slower pace, but that's what we like the best about it. It's also very family friendly, which makes it really nice. We are currently renting a nice little old house right across the street from a beautiful park of Ponderosa Pines. It's really a treat to look out the living room window and watch the world go by- people walking their dogs, joggers, watching the kids walk to and from school. It's like having a people aquarium.
After having nearly 2 weeks off during the move, it was a little tricky getting back into designing, but I'm back in the swing now. I have quite a few kit updates to make here. Here's the first one... "Ain't Too Shabby"