Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Strange happenings are afoot!

This has never happened to me before but when I went in to update my last post there was an error and somehow the entire post has disappeared (comments and all; so sorry about that gals!)

So rather than attempt to replicate the previous one, I will just say this:

Here is not one but TWO entries for this week's super fun Three Muses Challenge . . .
Ethel kept her eyes
firmly on the prize.
She saw him first 
he was hers
and Hilda was not to have him!
Birds of a feather DON'T always flock together! Heehee . . .
Art Journal Collection 3
Red hat from Art Doll Collection: Lila
Windy Van Hootens
All by Christine Honsinger {Fiddlette Designs}available @ Scrap Artist

A layout featuring:
Mrs. Lizbeth M. Oddbyrd and 
                            her four adorable little odd birds . . .

Phineas Comes to Tea, Sunshine ATC Kit. Art Journal Caravan Parcel 22 and Party Hats by Tangie Baxter Designs
Splatter Grafitti: Whispering Breeze 22 by Tanige Baxter blended into background papers for sparkling effect at Scrapbook Graphics.

Little Treasures and Slice Of Heaven Elements Kit by Heavens Gate Designs (Laurie Ann) at Scrap Artist

Antique photo faces from my own collection . . .

Friday, July 23, 2010

I'm Being Published!

Got a private message this evening over at Digishop Talk to let me know that one of my latest layouts will be featured in the upcoming issue of the DST Insider . . .

I guess my little fairy is really taking my admonition to heart and flying straight onto the pages of the August 2010 issue; teehee.  A special thanks to my friends over at Deviant Scrap for the inspiration.


My Etsy Shoppe has officially been open for nearly a month now and though I've yet to become an overnight millionaire, I am feeling the rewards of pride and accomplishment.  I look at this venture as being one step closer to realizing my dream of making a career of being an artist.  My shoppe is still small and humble at this point but I hope for there to be a need for expansion very soon and appreciate all the love and support I've received thus far (wink wink to Juli who "hearts" my shop). And a special thanks to Karen (a new Etsy friend and fellow antiquarian book lover) for featuring my Jane Austen Crown in her treasury.

 Stay tuned . . .