Freebie: Paw Die-Cut + Keeping Up with My Goals

Before I start… if you have an electronic die-cut machine, scroll down. I have a freebie. If you stopped by a few weeks ago, I mentioned my 2009 goals and one is to do at least two challenges a week. Since then I’ve been pretty dang good! I have also met my “get two things published this year.” I have a Jan. Scrapbook Trends page published (it’s under the Showcase section) and I have another one this Feb. for an online publication called Bella Scraps. Both have been by accident so yes I’ve met my goal but it’s not like

I’m Back

We got home yesterday, right at 5 p.m. My last session, on Joomla CMS and WordPress/Mu, went really well and a lot of people seemed to have gotten a lot of info from myself and also others attending. That’s what I love about conferences, other people to physically share information with (instead of my Twitter and Ning virtual buddies). I also had Internet access — wish I had this the other day too. Oh well… The first thing I wanted to do when I got home was go into my arts and crafts room. I’ve been itching to make something

Just a Quick Card

I did the per the SCS MFTSC11 sketch. This was fun. My first sketch!  I also received my Nestabilities today. So quick from cutathome.com. You should check them out and sign up to be in their VIP club. You get 40% off every month! So here’s my card, used the Hot Stuff MFT stamps that I got for Christmas, the Cuttlebug stuff that I got for Christmas, and the Nesties that I got for me {::SMILES}. There’s really no special technique that I did. Just a lot of layerings. Actually it was kind of interesting how this came about. Initially