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Friday, April 13, 2012

Back to Scrapbooking

Hello all ! One of the things that I promised myself that I would do this year is get back to doing my Page Layouts and getting some regular scrapbooking done. With all the paper collections that we get, I am sure that like me, you have papers, and stickers and things left over, and there is nothing better to do with them than to create a lay out. I love all of the BoBunny papers so I have done few layouts with them and today I start with the Country Garden Paper.

Starting with a blue background card stock, I then took one of the patterned Papers and cut it in half from corner to corner, and punched the edges with a Martha Stewart Punch. All of the Edges of the papers are inked with Spiced Marmalade.  The Butterfly is the Selena Butterfly & Maribelle Butterfly from Memory Box. I added glossy accents to it and then sprinkled glitter on it while it was wet. The photo mats are backed with orange card stock, then a couple flowers colored with glimmer mist, the word friends from the collection stickers, a couple of flourish rub ons and a post card element that I had from K&Company.
A Very simple and fast layout !!!
Thanks for looking

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

A Topic of Conversation - Exhausted!

By now I think most of us have lost the excitement over the Distress Markers. I know I am tired of hearing the excuses...not to mention  giving each of you a disappointing answer every time you ask about the pesky little things. We can't begin to tell all of you how much we appreciate your patience and understanding in this aggrevating situation...
One of our lovely and talented ladies decided to turn her frustration to creativity and I could not wait to post this for you to read...I think she deserves a huge hug for sharing her true feelings with us.

This was sent to us the other day after Susan Romick emailed and asked if we had any word on the markers. She well understood our frustration and use her energy for something so creative. I hope it helps ease some of your frustration with a giggle!  ENJOY!
Sue wrote...
  What can we, the consumers, do to help you and let Ranger know how we feel?

Maybe I should send them my top ten list of effects of the Ranger Distress Marker shortage.

1. I have gained 10 pounds with the extra food money not spent on Ranger Distress Markers

2. I have lost 10 pounds from constantly checking my mail to see if the Ranger Distress Markers have arrived

3. My grandchildren have learned to share their crayons

4. Even my scrapbooks look thinner in black

5. More money to spend on all things not Ranger

6. The Distress Marker mourning mask I have started wearing makes me look more like the Lone Ranger

7. I changed an item on my Christmas list of wants to read Ranger STinks

8. I have learned to meditate and redirect my rANGER

9. I have more time to do housework, THANKS RANGER!

10. Now I know why the are called DISTRESS markers 
Bravo Sue!
Barrie & Carol