Tuesday, August 18, 2009

I'm gearing up for my wonderful Wednesday Giveaway

here's the wonderful give away for tomorrow! Do you want it? Well you could get it... In honor of being accepted for the letsscrap design team I've added one thing to my list. Here it is.

1. Go to the everyday scrapper and comment on my technique Tuesday
2. check out letsscrap (join if you'd like, it's an awesome site)
3. come back here and tell me you've done the other 2 in my comments. I want to know what you liked or didn't about my layouts and what you think of this weeks sketch on letsscrap (it's on the main page)

that is it!! I will be drawing a name for this awesome package tomorrow night (Wednesday)


  1. Amber, that is really a pretty cool technique but where do you get the applique' liquid ?
    I saw your post on Lets Scrap and decided to check your blog out.
    You really do have a lot of wondeerful layouts , thanks for the inspiration.
    Abbie Cliff

  2. I was wondering about the liquid applique as well. I am a regular member of Let's Scrap and followed your link here. I love this weeks sketch, but since it is already tuesday, and I just got back from vacation, I doubt I will do it now. Save for later and use for a challenge or something. I have a few ideas for the filmstrip pics. Beth

  3. I've never heard of liquid applique, but the footprints were AWESOME! I just came back from chaperoning a high school service project trip and our theme was footprints in the sand. I have a ton of pictures so hopefully can master the footprints and make something beautiful like you did. I also like the sketch on lets scrap, but don't think I'd use it in my album...I'm a very symmetrical scrapper. But I do like the idea of making cards with that layout....I'll try some and see if I can break my symmetrical habits :) Thanks for the good info.


  4. I have some of the liquid applique from years ago (I wonder if it's still good!), and I plan on trying the faux leather look on pages of an album I do for a friend who owns a hat (cowboy hats)shop. It's the perfect technique for it! See you at Lets Scrap!

  5. I have never used liquid appliqué, looks like fun:-)