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fun with maskS!

fun with maskS!

so… always people are asking me what my favorite product is… and i can tell you, that it’s impossible to pick a favorite! i love it all so much! however… i have to admit, that i am quite proud of the masks… the creative, artistic, non-conformist soul inside me really likes the masks… i love the versitility… i love that we were able to find a material that would fit the vision in a really cost-effective way. i love that there are so many possibilities…and… admittedly… i love to use spray paint. anyway… it just flat out makes me happy when people use masks… and enjoy the results… the first time someone uses a mask, and they remove it to reveal the design, there is such a thrill because it’s so easy and effective!  so yesterday morning i woke up to an email from Randi at Scrapfriends forwarding me their design teams review of my masks! it was so fun to hear these scrapbookers thoughts and insights and experiences about the masks! they ALL liked them!

heidi masks!  check out the link! i thought it was so fun to see the different ways these girls used the masks. and i felt inspired to post a layout i did with one of my first homemade, handcut prototype that liz made a long time ago. but i love this layout. i pulled an article from a skate mag that was white on black and then sprayed yellow and red paint over the top… then i took a beat up box, and some vinyl letters in different sizes and sprayed the box with the 2-tone spray paint as well… dang.. i loved it! almost as much as i love the rocket power underwear hanging out of his shorts as he’s jumping! Flamemask

there is a very real danger associated with having spray paint laying around! i have little vandals in my midst… not really sure WHO could have done this… i have some suspicions… (their names start with Q and A)…..

  • Le Anne Bull

    26 January, 2006 at 11:39 am Reply

    Heidi *heart the layout i would say you fuzzy letters and jewels and florals are my faves… ok like said ALL OF IT! can’t wait to see what you are up to (new products) give us a peek!
    Huggs Your Biggest Fan
    Le Anne

  • Vee

    26 January, 2006 at 11:50 am Reply

    I love the mask and going to get some more tomorrow! LOL about the kids getting into the spray paint.

  • jen

    26 January, 2006 at 12:08 pm Reply

    oh my gosh!!! that is hilarious! at least it wasn’t inside!!

  • Lori

    26 January, 2006 at 12:10 pm Reply

    So do you have any sneek peeks for us of what will be coming out at CHA? All your loyal blog readers are dying to know. Thanks

  • Lori North

    26 January, 2006 at 12:20 pm Reply

    Hmmm I don’t think I have ever seen a mask in an LSS.. I am in Canada though, perhaps they are not here yet.. *sigh*

  • maria

    26 January, 2006 at 12:48 pm Reply

    Love all your stuff, it’d be hard for me to pick just one. These masks are awesome too!

  • Debbie Cook

    26 January, 2006 at 1:31 pm Reply

    OH NO!!!!! it made me cringe and laugh all at the same time!!! you know, i’ve seen the masks online, but i didn’t know you could use spray paint in a layout?!?! just plain old spray paint?!?! wow, good to know! can’t wait to go play! :)debbie

  • Debbie Cook

    26 January, 2006 at 1:32 pm Reply

    OH NO!!!!! the spray paint on the all made me cringe and laugh all at the same time!!! LOVE the undies /skateboard shot…priceless!!!i didn’t know you could use spray paint in a layout?!?! just plain old spray paint?!?! wow, good to know! can’t wait to go play! :)debbie

  • Rhonda

    26 January, 2006 at 1:36 pm Reply

    Okay I thought masks were another form of sticker…. so I stuck mine to the page. Oh well, I still like it that way 🙂

  • Kim

    26 January, 2006 at 1:47 pm Reply

    I love the masks…one of my favorite products too! I work at the Urban Scrapbook and we were recently on a morning show demonstrating products and I got to demonstrate the masks! The projects I showed turned out great, I even used a mask on the front of my album. Love your products and can’t wait for more!

  • michelle hill

    26 January, 2006 at 2:25 pm Reply

    hilarious….we left a can of spray paint out after lillies party…and a couple days later evan was like this is totally wierd but the fire hydrant down the street looks exactly like your pink you always use…..i was like ding dong….somebody stole the spray paint….so now everyday when we walk to school there is awesome hot pink fire hydrant…hilarious…just thought i would share my funny my story…:)

  • Kara

    26 January, 2006 at 3:15 pm Reply

    omg!! that is funny/sad!! poor wall!! i wonder who it could be though?!?! 😉

  • marlo

    26 January, 2006 at 4:37 pm Reply

    I love the masks. Only I can’t find any in my neck of the woods. I have a few from Provo. The mask work great for pottery. I’m heading over to Color Me Mine to paint some pottery and my mask are tagging along.

  • kim

    26 January, 2006 at 4:39 pm Reply

    rad layout! eek on the spraypaint on the wall – reminds me of the floor in your balcony. haha!

  • Melissa H

    26 January, 2006 at 7:38 pm Reply

    i love the paint on the wall, that is so cute – i just laughed out loud!!! it is so funny how they just gave themselves away!!! our mask classes at the store are very popular, the customers LOVE to see the variety of ways they can be used. i love to use textured paste when i use them. hope you’re feeling well, heidi! 🙂

  • Ally

    26 January, 2006 at 7:44 pm Reply

    LOVE the layout so much!!!! I have to admit, I had that flame mask out for a layout of Ryan and he really squawked at me for almost using it! I think I might anyway though! LOL 😉

  • sarah green

    26 January, 2006 at 9:21 pm Reply

    LOVE the layout!!! Looks like you will have to let Quincy loose on a canvas with your masks and spray paints and hang it in her bedroom… she looks like she is turning artsy like her mum!!!!

  • Candice

    26 January, 2006 at 9:25 pm Reply

    I’m totally interested in getting/trying some of your masks… where can I buy them? do they sell them at Archiver’s? I know they sell a lot of your products, but I don’t remember seeing the masks. …help from anyone would be great. thanks!! 🙂

  • Loni

    26 January, 2006 at 9:43 pm Reply

    Your masks are one of my favs!

  • Lyn

    26 January, 2006 at 11:39 pm Reply

    Heidi…Lyn Dwyer here(author of “The Twelve Days ‘Til Heidi”)Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.
    I like the versatility of the masks and I think I need to get some more. Love the flowers……

  • laura t

    27 January, 2006 at 6:27 am Reply

    just got your alpha masks and the some mini flower ones…can’t wait to play. i am finally sending emily some photos from cku-a ct…there’s a great shot of you, em and liz. have fun at cha!

  • patty

    27 January, 2006 at 6:38 am Reply

    So excitied when you have a new post! Love the layout! Your masks are great! I’ve used them on shopping bags that I made into gift bags-turned out very cool!
    Have fun & wish I could go to cha and see all the goodies!

  • Sara Amuso

    27 January, 2006 at 12:37 pm Reply

    Heidi, I LOVE your masks! I have found three different ones so far…SEE YOU AT CHA!

  • Tautchia (aka Ms. P)

    27 January, 2006 at 1:23 pm Reply

    No way!!! That’s one of those things you have to make yourself laugh about, or you’d never stop crying! I guess it’s a good excuse to freshen up the paint on the wall…. hmmm… maybe you could use some of those uber-kewl masks & have a little fun!!!
    Speaking of the masks, my LSS doesn’t have them yet. bummer.

  • Louise

    27 January, 2006 at 1:29 pm Reply

    I just wish I could find your stuff. I have checked all sorts of places and I have the hardest time finding the masks, the fuzzy letters, iron on letters, (I’m dying for some of those!!) and some of your foam stamps…I get so frustrated. I get sick trying to get my hands on your products. I have found some things on the ACOT, but I wish someone carried your whole line..I want it ALL…BTW–your stuff looks great!!
    Keep up the inspiration.

  • Nicole

    27 January, 2006 at 8:18 pm Reply

    I have been known to tell the girls at my store that some amazing designer someday, such as Heidi Swapp will come out with Scrappers Spray Paint in cute little bottles……… 🙂

  • Nita

    28 January, 2006 at 10:46 am Reply

    I absolutely LOVE the masks!! I went to a weekend crop a few weeks ago, and one of the layouts I finished was one where I had spray painted the paper pink! I used your new letter masks, and these are awesome! The layout turned out so COOL, and everyone was impressed that I had used plain, old fashioned spray paint.
    Yes, I must admit, I probably have at least 10 cans sitting out in my garage. If I get tired of something, I’ll spray paint it, and VOILA! It’s something “new” again! I love that about spray paint!
    I admit, I laughed when I saw the pics of the wonderful “art” on your outside wall! If it was me, I would have told Sydnie to RUN!!! Well, it could be a great excuse to repaint the outside wall 🙂 !!

  • Nita

    28 January, 2006 at 10:48 am Reply

    By the way, I know your daughter’s name is Quincy. If it was my wall (& my daughter ~ Sydnie), then, I would have told her to RUN because I know I would have had a screaming fit right there, OUTSIDE for all my neighbors to see! Though, the elderly man, who lives across the street, would have just laughed ~ he’s been there, done that! HA!

  • Kathleen Campos

    28 January, 2006 at 4:44 pm Reply

    Thanks for the plug Heidi! I absolutely LOVED working with your masks for the Scrapfriends review. They were so fun and I just felt creative when I was working with them. I was also really impressed with how reasonable the cost was. Thank you for letting us work with your awesome products! I can’t wait to see what you reveal at CHA and will have to make sure I make it to your booth. 🙂 Thanks again!

  • Andie

    28 January, 2006 at 5:47 pm Reply

    your masks are my fav thing right now!!! totally rock my world.
    Have fun at the show

  • Randell

    29 January, 2006 at 11:35 pm Reply

    Wow, I am sooo excited to try your masks!!! What a cool product! I will have to look into how I can get my hands in them,oh the ideas!!!

  • Vicki S

    30 January, 2006 at 9:05 pm Reply

    This brings back memories, when I was little I got a hold of RED spray paint and painted the inside of my parents garage, including their WHITE car, the inside of the freezer and clothes dryer.

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