Monday, August 17, 2009

A few photos to share

I know we were all hoping to see the Mystery Challenge projects at Custom Crops today - I checked on and off throughout the day, but they still are not posted. I am sorry for the wait - I haven't heard from the owner, but there must be some reason for the delay. I hope that they will be available to view on the site tomorrow.

I had intended to give you a few more "insider" details about how I made my project today but I can't reveal it until the projects are available to view on the Custom Crops site.

I thought I'd show you a few recent photos that you may see appearing in one of my projects soon...

I love geraniums and this pink and white variety is particularly pretty.

Hmmm ... things are just not going my way today! This photo should be rotated 90 degrees to the left so the smaller blossoms are on the bottom, but, no matter how many times I upload it to Blogger, it is always rotated incorrectly. The flowers are still pretty but the lighting looks a bit odd at this angle. (I wonder how many people would have noticed that the photo looked odd if I hadn't mentioned the rotation problem...)

A few people have asked about the newest class we are offering at Let me Show you How to Do that - on Full Page Designs. I have been making this type of design for a long time - the effect is similar to the lace cardstock that you can buy, however, with Design Studio you can make custom designs that work perfectly for your projects.

Here are a few photos of some of the designs I have made - if you are interested in joining the class on Thursday (or the word book class on Wednesday) we do have some openings for each class. Directions for registering for classes are on the LMSYHTDT site.

I hope you are enjoying the last few weeks of summer schedules. I know many parts of the country have started with school and the fall routines already - it won't be long until we are complaining about the cold instead of the heat!

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