11 november 2008


Hello - I'm back! At the pink forum we had this scrapping relay - and we had to lift a layout made by Tracie H. And I do'nt know who she is - sorry!

We have a border collie - her name is Cindy C. She had to remove a tumor from her head - poor Cindy - and the veterinary had to made some stiches on her head - the picture s are taken right after we arrived from the clinic. She loves the bathroom floor - probably because of the warmth in the floor.

The "mouth's" are made by Krumelure and her Scrapmagasinet. She is a wonderful person and she makes amazing stamps - just look! I've painted the mouths with alcohol ink - the idea are from Ett Trykk.

The circle are made by the small retro flower punch. I punched them in shrink plastic and painted them white.
The papers are from imaginationproject - the colors are just me! I do love colors.

Have a safe journey, sleep well and good night!

10 november 2008


Beate is a scrapper who gives me a lot - her vintage styled layouts, scrapped in colors.
Her photoes often in black and white - I just love black and white photos.


Hello - long time since I wrote in this blog of mine. The world is busy - and so am I! I have a demanding job - that I love. I have hobbies like scrapping and stamping. I have my genealogy that are so exciting. And at last my little big border collie, CindyC. Ohh I almost forgot my son, my own little angel thar are apprentice's in a "nerded" store in our Capitol Oslo.
This layout are one of many in the "scrappestafetten" at the pink forum We were challenged to pick a color - I chose yellow - then we had to make a lift in vintage style - a layout made by Sessad.
I have used Grafton Maxwell Avn cardstock from Scenic Route Colletion The angel is from this collection - I just love the cardstocks from 3ndypapers - the two girls are just fabulous.

I liked the challange - thank you Ruffa!

The picture - taken in our garden at Gamleveien in Flisa - is not very good - and it's a dias. But I can still feel the taste of the sweets that my aunt from California had sent us - the taste of cinnamon - the taste of America.

My sister and I had got pink baby dolls and sweets from aunt S. It's early in the 60s - 1964 / 65 - and we were so proud.

I've used a lot of scrap - painted in yellow - some laces - the sweet are painted with alcohol ink and my ink pad Versafine in vintage sepia.

Have a nice journey - have a wonderful November - the month in front of Chistmas and December. Ho ho ho!