or I am just completely inspired by my evening. I attended the Lisa Bearnson book signing at ScrapMasters. She spent time chatting with all of us while signing our copies of her new book. She was so genuine in person and truly a pleasure to meet. So I drove home, cracked open my new eye candy and I have been doing scrap stuff ever since. I did have a "little" coffee while I was waiting in line. So basically it's a pretty brutal combination that ensured that I would be up till the wee hours of the morning. Oh well, I had such a good time and it was totally worth the trip.
Here's an update on the RAK. I am waiting on one address from the winners. I am hoping to have these items in the mail on Monday. Again, I can't thank you enough for all of the wonderful comments that you left on the blog. I truly enjoy chatting online and checking out everyone else's blogs too.
So since I'm awake, I updated my gallery at 2peas with several LO's that I have been holding onto for one reason or another. I have still kept a few but once I got started uploading, I just couldn't stop, lol! I think I added about 9 LO's so feel free to check it out.
Here's one to share here. This was a fun technique and I really like how it turned out. This was one of my SOY entries. I used Scotch's Photo Laminating Sheets and adhered the sticky side to my chipboard. I then die cut it, stamped with Staz On ink and "inked" the edges using my American Crafts white slick writer. I love the blue and white together, I'm sure it has to do with being a PSU grad. It's funny lately I've been obsessed with die cutting stuff. Maybe I should write a "101 things to put in your die cut machine," or you know like 4 things because I don't know if I could think of 101 things to put in there, lol.
So what do you cut in your die cut machine?