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A good place we could start

Oh my goodness. So many confessions. Artsy-scrapsy souls may have a lot of little things to confess, but they are all pretty harmless and many are just plain adorable.

I want to share just a few special things with you, but if you have time, really you should click through all the projects that were posted in the comments here. There is so much good out there. Love, love it all. I keep clicking through when I really should be doing other things, but that’s what makes life fun, right?

A few extra special rushes of creativity:
Food-flavoured books from Lemon and Valerie.
Digitally produced pages put into a ‘real-live’ album by Amy.
Cool work in black and white with frames by Pam and Paula.
Flipping hilarious journaling from Karen.
Pop-Art prettiness from Sarah.
A confession-filled layout to combat ‘too many minibooks syndrome’ by Christi
Scrummy collages pieced by Jen.
The fabulous layered effect by Petra.
Kitchenaid Love from Alissa.
Book in a box from Julie Ann.
The happy-happy look of the book by Rebecca.
Sherbet coloured love by Gigi.

Oh how I want to go on and on and on! The best bit? I think you may be seeing more work by some of these ladies throughout the year. Stay tuned.

Drumroll time…
And the prizes go to these randomly selected projects:
GeminiJen with her funkymoderncool look.
Sharon with her fab photos and flowers.
Kathy and her girlygirl art.
and Judith and the confessions of her bunny!
Please email me your snail mail address so I can post you a little pressie, girlies! Thanks.

So, so much good. Thank you all for making this so much fun.

And tomorrow? We’ll start talking about the next class.

xlovesx

11 February 2007



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12 Comments for A good place we could start

  1. Eleni Gratsia Says:

    Congratulations to the winners … and to everyone who shared their projects… lovely inspiring work!

    Can’t wait to read about the new class Shimelle!

  2. Julie Ann Shahin Says:

    Thank you so much for the special shout-out for my Confessions book!!!! :)

  3. Sharon Says:

    Oh my goodness!! I’m not worthy! :) Such great work ladies. I’m so suprised to be in the RAK list!! :)

  4. PROLIX from la Normandie Says:

    a next class???

    wow!!!

    félicitations to winners.

    {ThE fReNcH tOuCh}
    http://prolix.typepad.fr

  5. Judith Lahaye Says:

    WOW! I’m really surprised to be in the list of winners! I never won before :)

  6. Latharia Says:

    I loved to see all the different interpretations & wonderful creativity this sparked! Congratulations to the winners … and I’m looking forward to news about the next class!

  7. Cricket Says:

    The last two winner links for the girly gorl and bunny book linked to the same place?

  8. Sarah Says:

    Shimelle, you’ve made my day by listing my entry! Thanks for the compliment! It was so much fun to do and I’ve loved checking out everyone else’s :-)

  9. Anthea Says:

    Wow there are some really fantastic one’s out there!

    Just a note… the link to AMY’s is actually sending me to Valerie’s entry. Not that I mind, Valerie is my team mate on UKS and I love her work! Still, would like to see Amy’s if possible please!

    Looking forward to the next class!

  10. Jen Says:

    Eek, I’m so excited!

    Thanks so much!!
    jen (gemini_jen)

  11. OLGA Says:

    Shimelle is really rockin’. All you gals are great. Thanks for the inspiration!

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