I’m pretty sure that someone or something in my house has a strange electromagnetic pulse that fries all my electronics. Computers don’t last more than a year in our house it seems. We’re lucky to get two years out of a system. When I hear people say they have had their computer for 5 years, I am in a state of complete jealousy! LOL…..You see, I’m not one of those who has to have the newest, best, fastest technology. Just good technology is what I want.
Why am I telling you this? Because of the obvious. I’ve had computer trouble the last week. In order to avoid the computer being taken out to the pasture and having a few rounds unloaded on it, I had to wipe the harddrive clean. No problem, I had everything backed up. I’ve learned from the past several crashes when there was always something I didn’t have backed up (like an address book). Well, this time, there was one file. One lonely file I didn’t think was important. You see, it’s my blog file of images that I reduce in size to be ready to post on my blog. Everything was already posted except my Craft Warehouse Design Team work. And because I had to send it off, I didn’t have it anymore to rephoto. Sigh…..I was able to pull the photos off their blog, but they are smaller. So you get to just deal with it :P
This first page is with the EK Success Disney line. I had the princess papers and embellishments to use. I struggled with this page for a long time because, well, I’m just not “themey”. After staring at it for hours and hours, I finally just set to work. I freehanded the heart, punched the circles for the scallop with my 3/4” circle punch and made washi tape flowers.
(All work © Craft Warehouse)
Supplies: American Crafts (cardstock & Thickers alphabet), EK Success Disney (paper, stickers, dimensional stickers), Queen & Company (bling & washi tape), We R Memory Keepers (twine)
Design Tip: Odd Numbers I clustered my embellishments in odd numbers, especially 3. The mind loves groups of three.
Price Per Page: $$$ ($3 to $4 per page)