Our initial intention would be a wreath also, but after a few of those things, we’d probably only end up with a door knob cozy
Or, if we’re really lazy:
Too bad this card was made now and not two years ago when the background stamp first came out. We go so familiar with it, we called it Fred. Fred went from the front of the store and then the back. Then we had demonstrations with his brother Ed in hopes someone would want Fred. No one loved Fred. In a few months, Fred went to the clearance shelf. There he sat for a year. On his second birthday, he made it a flea market at $3 and then another at $1. Finally, two and a half years later, weary from the journey, we put Fred into someone’s box of stamps that they couldn’t sell themselves. Hopefully Fred has been gleefully adopted and has taken to ink. He seemed so sorry naked in his package, uninked, forlorn...
This week saw the passings of 11/1/11, a day when all the digits were the same. This only happens twice a millenium.
The Memory Bee, with is warm pink left rail and lego man dotage points out:
“I love this date... now we just have to wait until 11.11.11 and then 2.2.22. Do you think we'll still be around then?" Well, if not, our memories are acid free.
Never the gifted bard ourselves, we are particularly impressed with the word choice describing the new winter limited edition distress ink pads.
Our favorite phrases about these magical pads: “are sure to add a bit of winter magic to your creations", “get ready to deck the halls and make your seasons even brighter with these new festive hues". And there’s even a video. About Ink! We can’t even get one about Vintaj, and that product actually needs a big tutorial. It all comes down to the fact that we’re jealous of his paper stack.
If you’ve got one more perfectly good bottle than you actually need, here’s a great way to neutralize it utility:
Dots, houndstooth and stripes are yesterdays patterns. Just as Spellbinders has given way to MemoryBox and we await the new hedgehog, the latest pattern in the scrapbook landscape is:
The Chevron. The Chevron reminds us of, well, Chevron.
But, perhaps, there’s backlash to the backlash and we’ll one day celebrate David J. O'Reilly the way we celebrate Steve.
Layouts like these give us nightmares of:
Because we’re still nerds. It could be worse, we used to float divs everywhere
Ever since Rene Magritte, this image has been played out.
Like a zombie hand emerging from the grave, scrappingrammie13 resurrects with what else?
A post about vampires and werewolves. One day AFTER Halloween. Not everything goes as planned.
As you can tell from her post: squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallll
Dyan Reavley is the newest signature designer for Ranger. Hopefully, her squeal came after negotiations for her compensation.
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