Sunday, March 30, 2008

Scrappin' Sunday

Hey! I am actually joining this Sunday! I didn't really get a lot done to share, and I didn't get my to-dos done from 3 weeks ago, but with all that I am tackling lately I am still happy.

My TA-DAs are a small altered pail for my friend's baby shower, and a slightly altered (already cute to start with) prayer journal.

The pics of my paint can are a little different this time because I actually forgot to take them, so my friend took them for me, what do ya think? F.Y.I. If you like the distressed look on the papers I will be sharing a step by step tutorial sometime this week :o)

This is the notebook or prayer journal my friend and Bible Study leader gave me for our new Beth Moore Study 'Breaking Free'. She bought such a cute one too start with that I couldn't resist finding more ribbon (that I already own) and tying it to the spiral binding!
PS. This notebook is made by u:create and was designed by Jacqueline Savage McFee!
Looksie here....

My TO-DOs would be to clean up my scrap space and enter orders with S.E.I., Close to My Heart, Rogers and Stampendous for National SB Day... losts of work for me at home with my 3 little ones!
Which brings me to This week's Bonus Question: What inspires you to sit down and craft? My answer would have to be the fact that I am usually doing it for someone else. (Hence the Scrapping Servant :o) I own my own Business Scrapping for others and like to make gifts on the side for friends and family. I especially like to think that my scrapbooks are made knowing that my children will cherish them someday.

REMEMBER: A part of my Scrapping Servant-hood this week will be to share a tutorial on distressing paper in 4 different ways! Don't miss it.


Melanie said...

Your tin is gorgoeus, what a beautiful present for a new baby.

I love the paper you have used on the prayer journal.

Chrissym said...

Great projects! I would love your tutorial! I’m looking forward to your scrapbooking event in May, I’m so excited! I have the blinkie on my blog to remind me.