Monday, May 9, 2016

Mischief Circus Flower Head Challenge-Untitled

I had so much fun creating this!  I love the flower head images I've seen at Mischief Circus.  For this challenge I had to use only elements and a character from kits I purchased at Mischief Circus.  I used pieces from Miles Beyond the Moon kits, Holliewood Studios, and Itkupilli.  You can see the other entries here.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

A Blue Day for No Particular Reason

Credits for image components:  Brooke Gazarek, Cajoline, Raspberry Road, Tumble Fish Studios, Beyond the Moon, Far Far Hill, and Antique Desires-SF

Monday, November 2, 2015

Where the heck have I been?

I have been way too busy rescuing cats lately.  It's very rewarding but exhausting and stressful work.  Tonight I decided to play for a little while.  I got out an art doll template and a new kit from Mischief Circus and created a little art doll.  I put her against a background and added a quote that is inspiring to me right now.  I really need to get out and play more often.
Credits for image components:  Janet Scott, Jilbert's Bits of Bytes, Far Far Hill, and Miles Beyond the Moon.

Quote is from

Recent cat rescue projects are here


Saturday, June 27, 2015

DigiDares 411-When I Grow Up...

This week's challenge at DigiDares was to scrap about what we wanted to be when we grew up.  It needed to include a photo of ourselves as a child with an antique frame.  There also needed to be torn paper, a paint splatter, and an arrow.  I really wanted to be a stewardess when I grew up, but now the politically correct title is "Flight Attendant."  I have always loved animals so I used one of my favorite portraits of myself with my cat Punkin.  Since my main career was teaching, I included a chalkboard.  Now, I am retired from teaching and I rescue cats.  The arrow points back at my portrait.

Credits for image components:  Allison Pennington, Arizona Girl, Cajoline, Cesstrelle, Crafty Button Design, Creations by Samantha, Fanette Design, Far Far Hill, and Rainbow Designs. 

Friday, June 26, 2015

DigiDare 410-Weddings

The digidare for this week was to scrap a wedding.  We needed to include something old, something new, something blue, and the number representing the years married.  I compiled a page with vintage style images representing 50 years of marriage.

You can visit the DigiDares site here.