Journaling: Let us keep climbing ever higher, never fearing the step that is next; for our goal is in our grasps, just beyond our hopes and dreams. Quoted from Thomas Smith. BasicGrey papers, BasicGrey Diecut, Fontwerks stamp.
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Journaling: Middle age is about having a choice between 2 temptations and choosing the one that will get you home earlier. Quoted from Dan Bennett.
Paper from imagination project, tinkering ink, and scenic route. Title from Heidi Swapp. Sticker is from EK Success. Stamp is from 7Gypsies.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 3:48 AM
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
All the flowers are filled with hand-stitching and also the house-border. Supply: tinkering ink, basic grey, doodlebug frills, prima flowers, hambly, fancy-pants rub-on, and Making Memories Chipboard. Journaling: I pray for you that one day you will be a man who is kind and makes wise decisions. That you will find a good wife, buy your own house, and have a great life. I pray for you everyday, especially for your happiness and may you be loved by God. Amen.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 4:55 PM
Saturday, August 18, 2007
I used 7 Gypsies 2-sided book for this project. Since I am so forgetful, this book will help me to remember errands, due dates, and important dates, too!
Supply: Hambly, EK Success sticker, Doodlebug Frills, Prima Flowers, K & Company Clip, Prima paper.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 5:32 AM
Friday, August 17, 2007
Journaling: This is mom and dad's pier. It looks pretty run-down after the hurricane. But it is still the best spot for fishing. But look what I caught! The fish is so small, it deserves to be in a 10-gallon aquarium. Oh well,... at least I still have so much fun!
Supply: tinkering ink, basic grey, collage press, creative imaginations, 62 eyelets from stash, EKSuccess sticker, heidi swapp bling, AC title.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 1:32 AM
Monday, August 13, 2007
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
The bird was cut from the scenic route paper and hand-drawn to show some feathers and tail. Triangle borders and flowers were hand-doodled. Left side border was stitched zig zag. Journaling: When I get confused, I put my hand under chin. Just like how mommy does it every time!When I get confused, I have the look on my face, the look of asking for a solution. Just a simple solution, until I say, I KNOW! I KNOW!!
Supply: Scenic Route paper, My Mind's Eye diecut, Heidi Swapp for title.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 1:08 AM
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Monday, August 6, 2007
A photo of Georgia. Due to military move, we have to be separated for a while. It took me a while to finish this LO. I chalked the doodlebug CS to bring color and embossed effect at the same time and I traced the doodling. 3-D on the flowers arrangement. Supply: Doodlebug CS, AC title, fancy pants, rubon, hambly overlay and heidi grace chipboard. Journaling: Her name is Georgia. She is our second english bulldog. We picked her up all the way from Melbourne to Adelaide. It took us about 8 hour driving to meet this sweetheart. Many kids think she is ugly. But for us,she is a cutie! Yeah, She is kinda ugly in a pretty looking way, though.
Posted by Linda Abadie at 5:42 AM
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Please check out this blog to see my works for sugardumplin.com (original kit). The kit is awesome and I really had fun with it!
Posted by Linda Abadie at 6:45 AM