tasty morsel!

tasty morsel!

as promised… here is last night’s NYC layout!
i hope you can see it here enough to appreciate this fabulous little find! i am a ROAMER when i go to NYC… i just get myself to a good area, and then wander. this little hole-in-the-wall restaurant gave us such a chuckle… so cute! i really wished it was time to eat when we passed it…but we had just eaten at some boring place!

i used 3 colors of ‘skitozphrenic’ alphabets: kelly, martha and pink. i used a bunch of different tapes… the wide white w/ pink dots is new “pink cafe”. the “nyc” is from the plastic alphabet “fat cat”. lots of different photocorners. I LOVE all the photocorners. dang fun. and then one of my FAVORITE items… new at MT was “journaling spots”… basically it’s a set of 6 diff sizes post-it notes in a thing (the post-it type adhesive isn’t really effective enough to just get stuck to the page, still has to be adhered to the page… but the little pads are so cute). there are like 6 diff. styles.. I LOVE THEM! here i used the rectangle that is under the “nyc” on the left, the circle and rectangle in the middle and the index tab shapes on the right hand page. (this sku is called “frills” pink) add in the obligatory jewels. OH and i used a little chipboard arrow… i love the chipboard arrows.

by they way… i have been using a lot of jewels… FYI… i glue them down caues the adhesive that is supposed to make them “self-adhesive” SUCKS… don’t be fooled by that! sorry… i really hope we can ramp that up! it bugs me so bad. sigh. on the other hand, i ENJOY the self-adhesive on all the chipboard and even the plastic alphas… i guess i can’t have it all! Tastymorsel

17 Comments
  • Talia

    22 November, 2005 at 12:13 pm Reply

    This page is so fun, Heidi!! Can’t wait to get my hands on some of those little notepads…sooooo cute! NY rocks…can’t wait to go there again!!

  • Ngaire

    22 November, 2005 at 12:48 pm Reply

    So cute is th elayout!! NYC looks as divine as i imagine it is..:)
    LOVINg these layouts girl! 🙂
    ( Loving your jewels too, I want to cover EVERYTHING with them!!) I see there are little flowers now too??
    YUMMY!!!
    Ngai
    xxx

  • Lee

    22 November, 2005 at 2:17 pm Reply

    Heidi this is such a gorgeous page!

  • Chanel

    22 November, 2005 at 2:51 pm Reply

    NYC seems so far away from Australia, i’ll get there one day … I have been so bad with my time, seeing all your work is making me want to get busy – very cool stuff Heidi!

  • sarah green

    22 November, 2005 at 4:01 pm Reply

    Loved the layout, have to say when I went to NYC it terrified me, after all coming from a small town in NZ of 14,000 and going to a massive city like that where I swear everybody who lived there was walking down the street at the same time….!!!

  • Leeann

    22 November, 2005 at 7:37 pm Reply

    Heidi,
    My daughter came home from college this week to visit. She walked into my store and saw the HS lip gloss (which is great BTW) and all the bling and said “Heidi Swapp is a genius”. I just wanted to share that with you because I have to agree. I am looking forward to CHA Winter. I have to agree the adhesive on the jewels does suck but we forgive you! The jewels are great! I love the layout!
    Leeann

  • Jana

    22 November, 2005 at 7:56 pm Reply

    Another great layout, Heidi! I’m hoping to get my hands on some of your lip gloss soon, I’ve heard it’s fantastic and I’m loving all the bling bling too. 🙂

  • Linda A (elendae)

    22 November, 2005 at 8:09 pm Reply

    Love your new layout, Heidi! “Sucky” adhesive or not, I’ve got to get myself some of those jewels!!

  • Lindsay Teague

    22 November, 2005 at 8:15 pm Reply

    as always…amazing!!! 🙂
    Lindsay

  • Amber Dawson

    22 November, 2005 at 8:45 pm Reply

    Heidi… it is so great to see how you use your products, it is sooo inspiring! In fact, tonight I went and created a layout using more of your iron-ons. They’re fantastic! Now, I have one suggestion… it would be SO awesome if you came out with sets of iron-ons featuring numbers and punctuation marks. Maybe I’m the only one, but I think they would be cool. Thanks again for all of the inspiration!

  • Nita

    22 November, 2005 at 11:31 pm Reply

    I have to admit, I was talking on the phone to my girlfriend, and we were both looking at your new LO today! “A TOILET? What in the world would you want a picture of a toilet for?”, I exclaimed. My girlfriend had to explain that it was creative art… OK, creative art or not, it’s still a toilet. There’s not much you can do to make it a work of art 🙂 !! My friend said that only I would pick out something like that. He! He!
    Anyways, love the LO! Especially how the greens in the pics all flowed together!
    By the way, did you know that we’ve “met”? I was so excited when you were introducing your line at CHA this past January, but there was no way I could go, as I had a 3-month old at the time. So, I sent my best friend along with an 8 x 10 picture of me. You were such a sport to pose with Yvonne & “me”! It was so cool!
    Anyways, great LO! Would love to go to NYC someday, but the girls are just too young right now. Maybe when they get older, I’ll drag them up there for some serious shopping!!

  • tracy

    29 November, 2005 at 8:01 am Reply

    Love it that is soooooooooo funny. Looks like some of the patients homes front lawns that i go see………hee hee.

  • tracy

    29 November, 2005 at 8:03 am Reply

    Oh yeah………I put my jewels on my “JOY” jeans i made…….and they lasted almost all day! And people loved them………go look on my blog to see them. Thanks for the wealth of inspiration.

  • Karol Jean Miller

    18 December, 2005 at 12:22 am Reply

    Heidi, the pink forest is so charming. Grandma would love it. She always loved pink and for the lots of her last Christmas trees, pink was a unifying factor. I have one ? Where are the flamingoes? They’d look dynamite sparkled up. Just last night in my mind I canceled my formulating plans to have a Gingerbread House decorating party with the girls in our family one night next week. Then a special touch for my Christmas cards went haywire (it worked for the better today and they are ready to mail). It snapped me to reality and I decided to start early next Christmas to do Gingerbread Houses. This way I can do more knitting and perhaps get some cookies baked. This holiday I’ve had to be very selective about what I do because of a crazy horrible cold that set me back 2 weeks in November. But things look Christmasy and I am happy. Will send photos to you. Keep up the creativity! Love, KJ

  • Natasha

    1 January, 2006 at 3:37 pm Reply

    OMG that does look adorable, definatly breaking away from the norm. And the layout is amasing, I recendly got some tape from a friend and have been using it on everything, your tape is the best thing ever LMAO…

  • cherie

    25 January, 2006 at 11:29 am Reply

    Hi love your book and all your products. Someone posted on a message board a picture of your journaling spots…..got to have those, where can they be purchased.The stores I usually buy your products don’t seem to have them.
    Thanks

  • Mosaic

    16 April, 2007 at 10:39 pm Reply

    wow!!! this book is so idealistic one…. can a copy of this mind….. i love it….

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