Thursday, March 7, 2013

NEW Look at PaperCrafts by Lois

Well I finally decided to make the move and purchase new holders for ink pads, reinkers, markers, and new style punches.  It has taken me over a week and still have some stuff that I can't find a place for!  I guess you can say it is a work in progress. lol   Here are some pictures I took a few days ago:

for those of you that have not seen my craft area, I previously had book shelves/drawer where the printer and scanner are.  Now I have a bare wall-not for long.  Dick put up a painting we have (in storage)  that I really like (Montana Elk in the wild).
So for those who want to know the first picture shows my new display for all my essentials that before were scattered all over.  I want to eventually clear everything off my white table so I can have more room to design.  I did gain a lot of room in front of display case and both sides of computer.
Okay now I want to share a few more pictures I have of the projects I did for the Online Creative Convention last month.  My sister wants to see it sooo bad!!
8x8 scrapbook pages
mini photo album

good masculine card

loved doing these big butterflies

My favorite of all (be sure to check the
embossing folder)

This stamp set is so versitile.
Once again thanks to Ronda Wade and Maggie Patterson for the superb job in putting together this online convention.  Also like to thank each of the speakers for all the imput that was provided us.  Looking forward to next one in April.  Ronda also has a BIG BIRTHDAY BASH coming up.  Check out her out on facebook..
Okay that all, FOLKS!  Thanks for stopping by and be back soon.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Lois for posting the rest of your projects from Ronda's event. Between her, Tamie, and Maggie they always create the most beautiful projects. My favorite today is the birthday bear too -- love it!! Oh, and now that you have all of your craft area organized, will you come over and do mine???? I have 10 boxes of supplies to put away from projects that I have worked on in the last 3 weeks -- and tons of stamp sets to put together!!