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Slowly, my studio is getting pieced back together.. there are still a bunch of boxes that I have only glanced through and pulled out the most necessary contents… but there is still SO much sorting, organizing and setting up left to do! it’s a process; a creative process. Despite the crazy, disorganized jumble it seems to be, it’s so great to be back in my space. I have tons of room for what I need, and I love my 42” tall island, and my wall-sized dry erase calendar from Pottery Barn, and all my magnet boards and shelves. i have been on a creative kick, and it’s feels so good.. just thought I’d share a few of the items… I am just trying to get myself thinking and creating again…getting reacquainted with some of the stuff I had left behind. My focus has been on Quincy as she has turned 8, and we got some great photos of her baptism… I want her to remember that special day always. ( and she SOO appreciates the attention!) smile. So I made her this little card.


I think that I mentioned that I love this line from MM. SO CUTE!! I was totally remembering the old shadow box layouts that I used to create, and I used this fabulous frame hambly overlay… love the yellow. And I just used some cardboard to make the shadow box. Quincy LOVES this photo of both Eric and I kissing her… so I wanted to make her a special keepsake card. She keeps everything I make her… so cute. IMG_5431

This layout is just one that I had on hand because I had created it when I was demo-ing the invisibles while I was in Houston:

I used the Heart Mega-Mask and positioned it over the borders invisible sheetinked the inside of the heart. Then I used the chipboard invisible frames, inked that to match… and I LOVE the little polka-dot letter stickers… inked those as well!  I used my favorite letter stamps to stamp “love”… can you see the ‘just chillin’ MM paper, and the hambly frame overlay on this page as well… I am not sure who makes that yellow gingham paper.. but I LOVE it! (so into yellow right now).  They eyelet paper is actually a notecard from the Martha Stewart line.



Here is Quincy’s fav photo… (it was her idea!!) so cute.. I used papers from the Summer Sun collection and the Fresh and Free… that big frame is a huge die cut… and I think it rocks. In this case, I inked it and added some stamping to it to give it a little more texture…


I missed my ‘crackle’ stamp while I was away! You can find the ‘she’ cards here, and the tab in the upper right corner is from here. and I just had to add this and the border from this paper….

Just simple ones, but it felt great to scrapbook!

i have more in the works… can't wait to share!

  • Amy

    26 May, 2009 at 2:16 pm Reply

    Beautiful Baptism book!! Welcome home!

  • Dawn madigan

    26 May, 2009 at 2:18 pm Reply

    Oh organizing a craft room, that is on my list as well as the new ikea desk has been put together and now must get my new flat screen tv set up so i can continue cleaning and organizing!
    Dawn M

  • Sandy M

    26 May, 2009 at 2:50 pm Reply

    Love the keepsake card Heidi:)
    My craftroom is a giant mess! It used to be my husband’s office and I have since taken the space over for my scrapbook pleasures…LOL Much like the shoe racks, the closets, and the dressers;)
    Please take a photo of your studio. I love to see your creative space.

  • PamperingBeki

    26 May, 2009 at 3:31 pm Reply

    That’s beautiful!!

  • joanne bowen

    26 May, 2009 at 4:02 pm Reply

    hey heidi! love your sweater in the batism page. where did you find it? you always have the cutest clothes!

  • Nina Heckerthorne

    26 May, 2009 at 5:57 pm Reply

    Heidi: your layout using the invisible products is really nice and now I have inspiration to create a page using these products for the LSS I work for. Can you tell me how you got the variegated green color from the distress ink? Love your stuff!!

  • Talia

    26 May, 2009 at 6:04 pm Reply

    ummm….SO CUTE.
    all of it!!

  • Ami

    26 May, 2009 at 6:05 pm Reply

    Hi Heidi: Is it possible to post pictures of your studio? I recently purchased a house and one of the rooms will become my office/craft room. I’ve been searching the internet for pictures of other rooms for inspiration and I’d love to see where you create.

  • Nancy Wyatt

    26 May, 2009 at 7:17 pm Reply

    Great projects, thanks for sharing! Hugs from Conroe, TX!

  • Kim Loewen

    26 May, 2009 at 8:47 pm Reply

    Love all the projects 🙂 And the pics you used are cute too…I know why Quincy would love them!! Can’t wait for a fun weekend this weekend 🙂

  • Carol

    27 May, 2009 at 9:07 am Reply

    As usual so inspiring and beautiful. You are amazing. Looking forward to seeing you in August. XOX

  • Kristin

    27 May, 2009 at 9:10 am Reply

    love when you post your beautiful scrap pages! a couple of questions, what stamp or rub on did you use for the “Q” in the daughter layout, and where can i find the crackle stamp?? is that what is used on the back round (with the blue showing thru)? i have been in such a rut, and i keep buying stuff (that i really don’t need!) thinking it will get the juices flowing…but alas! nothing!!! btw, my son is named quincy and i just love the name for a girl! my daughter is named ryan, so i do like to be very gender bending on the names as well!!

  • Melissa

    27 May, 2009 at 9:38 am Reply

    Where is the crackle stamp from?! Looks really interesting!

  • Danielle

    27 May, 2009 at 12:23 pm Reply

    My craft room is a disaster! It’s actually a huge walk-in closet and I was just about to undertake a huge re-org project when the light went out!!

  • guiderdi

    28 May, 2009 at 5:25 am Reply

    Love the card you created. Your layouts and projects always provide inspiration. I wish my brain was wired more like yours. The pink/orange paper on the front of the card is beautiful. Who is the paper from or did you make it yourself with inks and invisibles paper?

  • deborah

    29 May, 2009 at 8:33 am Reply

    I LOVE your new blog design. Actually, I love everything you design. Do you ever teach classes for bloggers? Happy Friday. **blows kisses** Deborah

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