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turkey eve

turkey eve

although i have kept up with my ‘goal’ of scrapbooking a page a day all week from my recent NYC trip… the stack of photos is not really dwindling! and here is yet another ‘one-photo’ layout- but i like it! i like the unusual color combo: pink, red and split-pea soup green!
the green “dotty” paper (as they call it in AU and NZ) is scenic route. (my FAV- distressing and all! i LOVE it LOVE it). Then from my “range” (another international term!) the ‘block letter stickers’ and the mini-florals and mini-puffy floral center… more jewels (big surprise-but i am almost out) and more tape… almost as if i can’t create a page without it. wink.

hmm, it’s only 11:24pm and maybe i have another page in me tonight… since i opted for purchasing unbaked rolls from ‘Texas Road House’ restaurant… and not baking mine from scratch which is usually my responsibility. (*don’t tell martha*) … rolls and yams are my specialty. ‘yams and apples’ to be exact. they should really be more of a dessert item! absolutely delicious! i am asked to bring a batch for dinner and a batch to divy up for leftovers!

speaking of martha… so dissapointed no martha apprentice tonight. Beautyinspiringme

  • Shanna

    23 November, 2005 at 11:44 pm Reply

    I haven’t checked in on ya in several days Heidi!!! You’ve been busy!!! Loving the NYC layouts!!! Just yummy!!!!

  • Chanel

    23 November, 2005 at 11:58 pm Reply

    Gorgeous – i love your work!

  • Maria

    24 November, 2005 at 3:44 am Reply

    Breathtaking, both the picture and the layout!

  • LT in NJ

    24 November, 2005 at 7:39 am Reply

    loving the color combo! and since it’s Thanksgiving, thanks for your continued optimism and inspiration…have a wonderful holiday!

  • May

    24 November, 2005 at 8:06 am Reply

    Happy Thanksgiving! =) LOVE that page. What a stunning dress and what cool colored manequins! (it’s givin’ me ideas!)

  • nancy b.

    24 November, 2005 at 8:07 am Reply

    happy turkey day everyone- yum yum, stuffing’s coming
    some (prob dumb) ???
    …what is “range”?…did you ‘make’ the pink paper with masks & paint?…do you have a special ziggyzag sew mach feature, or do you just flip the paper around manually a 1000 times?…do you use photoshop (or some other program) to print on photos? (dra mat ic)…everyone prob knows this stuff but me…
    Oh well, time to put turkeytom in oven.
    bye, thanks…
    oh, another ?…i just previewed this and the time posted is wacky. it’s really 9 am in ks.

  • Talia

    24 November, 2005 at 9:21 am Reply

    Gorgeous!! Love the color combo…and I was bummed about Martha last night, too…it’s my Wednesday night show!! Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Kim

    24 November, 2005 at 9:26 am Reply

    Love the lo! It is beautiful! Hope you have a great Thanksgiving…your yams sound so yummy. They are my favorite part of a turkey dinner!

  • pam

    24 November, 2005 at 1:47 pm Reply

    Heidi can you do some of my NYC photos? I have not even printed them from the computer yet so you are ahead of me! I was bummed to read,in that great literary souce, US Magazine, that Martha’s Apprentice is not coming back after this season. Bummer huh? I love Martha,ankle bracelet and all. By the way my goal is also to live in NYC sometime in my life.Total land of inspiration.
    Have a great Turkey Day. I didn’t make my rolls this year either.

  • sarah green

    24 November, 2005 at 1:48 pm Reply

    Loved the layout… again… is the pink patterned paper a scenic route one as well – loved it – yes we do here in NZ call the paper “dotty” and part of a “range” – hope doing all these wonderful layouts aren’t making you “knackered”!!! LOL (remember)

  • Ngaire

    24 November, 2005 at 4:08 pm Reply

    LOvin the dotty!! That photo is AWESOME baby!
    Just gorgeous and effortless as always
    Happy thanksgiving to you and yours Sweetie.
    We are thankful for YOU.. oh and chocolate.:)

  • Ally

    24 November, 2005 at 4:22 pm Reply

    You are on a roll girl! Go!Go! Go!!!

  • Barbi M

    24 November, 2005 at 8:02 pm Reply

    Heidi, love all your NYC layouts! Also, don’t stress over the rolls, I am sure Martha has bought some things before! LOL Would love to have the yam and apple recipe, sounds delicious!

  • Carrie

    28 November, 2005 at 1:35 pm Reply

    Totally cool stuff. 🙂 I need some of those alpha stickers!!!

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