Is it Wednesday already?! Last week I mentioned that I wanted to get a chance to see what your are doing in your crafty world.  This is how I posed it, "I really do want to know what makes you proud and gives you the hankering to share with others." As you have seen this week, I posted 2 LOOK WHAT I DIDs before the actually kick-off day.  

For today, I will take you back to where it all began. My card making started when I was in living in Arizona and decided to make my holiday cards. Little did I know, I was living in the mecca for scrapping and paper crafts. I would love to have all the resources of the Phoenix valley within driving distance, now. Back then, I thought all places had a scrapbook store on every corner.  You can see I discovered heat embossing, vellum and chalk early on in the process.
I chose to post this, because I brought another box of my studio stuff back from my parent's house this weekend and it contained my notebook full of old cards, several punches, my chalks and HEAT EMBOSSING tool. I have missed heat embossing. Even with the mess it can make, I am excited to play with the powders and my newer stamps. You should see my older cards, it is amazing how my style has changed and how the industry has grown in 10 years. I am excited to see what the future holds. Enough about me and memory lane...

Please join in and share your LOOK WHAT I DID. Feel free to share something new or old.

Stand up and say, " LOOK WHAT I DID!" 

By the way, that box I brought back also contained some great stuff for a new blog candy. Just dangling the carrot. Winners of the Birthday Blog candy will be announced this afternoon around 2 p.m. EST.
 I'd love to hear from you so leave a comment or ask a question.

Happy Day!

Here's how you do it:
  • Upload your LWID to your blog, click on your blog post title, copy the URL, and add it to Inlinkz below or upload your project to this flickr gallery, copy the URL for the flickr page and put that in the Inlinkz. 
  • Pick you image and complete the process.
  • Upload your projects by11:59 p.m  EST, Friday April 9.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sally, Here is a layout I did of my daughter. I am going through old pictures.


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