Doesn't really look like I have what it takes to be one.
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Materials used: Studio Azul Going Postal (April Kit), additional materials - MM noteworthy die cuts
Friday, September 26, 2008
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Joie was left outside the play area while waiting for his turn. He was a little bit scared at first, unlike our previous visit this year, but soon felt comfortable after seeing Sponge Bob on the TV. One thing I like about Dr. Eric is that he can really make his patients feel so comfortable by making friends with the kids and getting to their interests. He had stickers ready to be given away to remove the fright in the kids. And he has this TV on the ceiling so that kids can watch TV while he is doing his works on the kids’ mouth.
Sunday morning, on our way to church, Joie was like playing with me. He pretends he is a dentist cleaning my teeth. He even turned on the light inside the car as if you’re really in a dental chair. How smart is that.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
I noticed that I have never been posting layouts recently. So here you go.
I made this layout using several pieces of scrap papers. I just cannot threw them away even if the papers are as small as 2x2 or 1x1 inch. After adhering the tiny scraps of paper in random, I used Heidi Swapp butterfly mask and Ranger Distress Ink to create the butterfly image. To unify the page, I sprayed all over the page with Memories Mist. After spraying my Tim Holtz grungeboard alpha with Glimmer mist, I applied stickles on the swirls to give extra dimension
Materials used: Heidi Swapp butterfly mask and photo corner, Ranger Distress Ink, Tim Holtz grunge alpha, DCWV boy quotes; 3BIAR die cut label; memories mist spray; Fancy pants designs Felt shape; Glimmer mist; stickles
Here is a layout I created for Creatively Yours. I am so glad to be a Guest Design Team member for the month of September.
Noella asked me to do a layout for her 6X12 Sketch #4. And for the very first time, I've got to try doing a 6x12 layout. Right in time, as I found some very old pictures of me and my friends when I was doing some clean up. So I decided somehow to make a mini album for those pictures. I have several corrugated board from various boxes that I cannot dispose and that makes a very useful base for the mini album I have in mind.
Materials used: DCWV Rub on; Heidi Swapp flower; Bazzil flower; Karen Foster circular brad; American Crafts rubon alphas; Queen and Company Felt; Provo craft patterned paper.
It was totally an honor designing for Creatively Yours. I received another Sketch from Noella so watch out for it.
That's all for now. Hope I was able to provide you some inspiration with these layouts.
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Thursday, September 11, 2008
If I agree with the statement, I should wait for my turn to talk and if I disagree with what has been said, all the more I should wait, because with a few more minutes delay, I can think over and come up with a better way to say it or better yet, even find something good with have been said.
And reading a friend’s email, I came across this message at the end of his mail:
Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. (Ephesians 4:29)
Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. (Colossians 4:6)
What a coincidence. I believe it is time to time to learn a better communication style. And what is better than listening first and then thinking of the best way to say it and say it positively