Joe's a good guy

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Joe Rahn is one of those all around nice people. My husband was in the Montana National Guard with him and they've been great friends ever since. They get together for camping and hunting trips, and Joe's been to our home a few times. Guess I'm not the only person who thinks he's a pretty great guy. Watch this:

I'm Baaaack! (with a sneak peak)

Saturday, July 25, 2009

What the heck happened to July? Oh, yeah, it's summer. Who came up with the phrase "Lazy days of summer?" There is no such thing, at least not right now, at least not around here. Let's see, we had swimming lessons...

Family Reunions.....

Flyin' in the stump jumper...

Note... the sentence above has been changed at the urgent request of my husband. How could I possibly call his airplane a "puddle jumper" as I did in my original post? He set me straight, it's a stump jumper. It's like calling a Harley motorcycle a tricycle. Puddle jumpers have no power, stump jumpers are quite the opposite. My apologies to all owners of Maules and similar stump jumpers.

.....And super special projects that are so amazingly awesome, I wish I could show you right now. I'll be able to share the entire thing later, but for now, this will have to do.

And The Winners Are.....

Monday, July 6, 2009

All I can say is WOW! There were 119 votes for my student artwork contest. Thank you to all who voted, I'm so happy to have such a great response. All the comments have been posted, you can now read all the generous compliments that were left for my class members' artwork over the last week.

Now time for the winners of the artwork contest! First place, and a CTMH My Acrylix stamp set of her choice, goes to Lynde S. for her Black & White Wish entry:

Second Place and a CTMH level 2 paper pack of her choice goes to Lisa S. for her Red Flower entry:

Third Place and a CTMH inkpad of her choice goes to Amy W. for Friends Pinwheel:

As a thank you to all those who voted, the names were all entered into a random drawing from and the winner of the Fabric Catch-all bag is Cheryl W. I'll be contacting Cheryl to receive her prize.

Scrapbooking with Interactive Pages

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Too many photos to fit on your page? You don't have to crop your photos into a pile of itty bitty squares, or create numerous pages about a single event. This video shows you how to use simple flip up page elements to add more photos and journaling to your scrapbooks. So simple, you'll want to try it!

Voting is still open for the Student Artwork contest below, don't forget to vote! Winners will be announced July 6th.