Planning Ahead

Posted by Carol Anne on November 28, 2007 in Paper Crafts, Technology |

Don’t think I’ve mentioned that I’m taking Shimelle’s “Journal Your Christmas” this year. Shimelle sent out some sample templates, so I decided I would design some digital pages from the templates, just in case I don’t have the time to use paper — at least I could do the daily pages digitally. I used Renee […]

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Doin’ What Comes Naturally

Posted by Carol Anne on November 13, 2007 in Uncategorized |

When the kids and I arrived home on Sunday, Laddie was making weird whimpering noises. Sarah let him out of his cage, and he bolted for the stove. He was absolutely obsessed. After about 5 minutes watching Laddie’s frantic sniffing and digging, I figured it out. We had a mouse. I saw said mouse about […]

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Donna’s Class – Week 15

Posted by Carol Anne on April 20, 2006 in Uncategorized |

I really waffled about doing this project — altering a frame. I just couldn’t think of a frame that was in need of a face lift. Plus I didn’t know if I could pull it off. Then, Sunday night, I turned around from my computer and found it: the frame that holds a small cardinal […]



Random Me and Random China and Random Card

Posted by Carol Anne on April 9, 2006 in Uncategorized |

I thought I’d better post this now, before Snookie B. ragged on me for being late to blog. Made two little booklets for my Random Me A to Z class. I’m to use these booklets to write keywords, random phrases and thoughts on the topic of “me” and on the topic of our two trips […]

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What I Was Up To …

Posted by Carol Anne on March 28, 2006 in Uncategorized |

On the Club Scrap list, we were talking about how to catalog the sample layout sketches we receive every month. Inspired by this, and by a project from Donna’s class in February, I decided to create two layout sketch books. And with the leftover paper, some ink, stencils, and a photo I took of the […]

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