Thursday, January 7, 2010

Winter ~Rusty Pickle~




January Sketch


Good Morning all, I made this one for the January Rusty Pickle sketch. See the Rusty Pickle Blog http://rustypickle.typepad.com/ for this months challenge there is always prizes in the monthly sketch challenge, I can't wait to see what you do.This months sketch is by the talented Sarah Carrington you can visit here Blog at http://smellyblog-slcarrington.blogspot.com/. Love the sketch thanks Sarah. Since the sketch is about winter, snow, sledding you know all the winter stuff. I picked these pics of my children from January 2001. We had a day off from school for this snow storm, which of course they loved that and with us living close to the coast of North Carolina snow is not something we have much of sooooo we love it when it does snow . This is a pic of my oldest 5, which now Jr. will be 23 in a few days, and the littlest one is Cody who is now 12. Time just goes way to quick, thank goodness we have cameras to capture these moments. Anyway......I used the Rusty Pickle Chocolates Bunnies line, and the Word Reel page for this lo with some good ole' cardboard and the blue is from Panama Jack . The W is from the cardboard letters from Rusty Pickle which are just fabulous!! The snowflakes at the bottom are from SpellBinders, layered. The rest of winter was made on the Cricut Gypsy welded together..love it!! Lots of distressing with scissors and paint. Thanks for looking and Have a Wonderful Day. Dawn
Products Used:
  • Rusty Pickle pp Panama Jack, Chocolates Bunnies, Word Reel
  • Rusty Pickle cardboard letters, tag and button
  • Fiskars scissors wavy
  • Quickutz circles dies
  • SpellBinders snowflakes
  • pop dots
  • Cricut Gypsy
  • Tim Holtz Old Paper crackle paint
  • Colorbox ink

Monday, January 4, 2010

SpellBinders Design Team Call

To be eligible you must:
Submit three art pieces as assigned below.
Be available to travel to Phoenix, AZ, expenses paid by Spellbinders™, Wednesday, April 14 through Sunday, April 18, 2010. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
Be available to serve a term as a Designer from April 1, 2010, through March 30, 2011.
Be capable of completing all requirements, on time, during the 12-month tenure period.
If you make the finals round, you will need to complete an assigned project and deliver to Spellbinders™ by February 22, 2010.
Be able to submit art electronically by scanning or digital photography.
Be able to submit paper work through the Microsoft Word program.
Employees of the Spellbinders™ Paper Arts, their affiliates, and members of their immediate families are not eligible.
Art Application:
Is your style fresh and funky? Upscale and sophisticated? Simple and elegant? Show us your best in a 12×12″ scrapbook layout.
PLUS
Using apertures, pop-ups, pull-outs or basic and simple, we want to see your magic happen when it comes to card making! Submit one card.
PLUS
Show us your altered ego! Through creative altered ideas, whether it’s home d├ęcor projects, calendars, journals, or jewelry, we want to see your best! Submit one altered project.
PLUS
An essay, about 500 words, sharing a little about you personally and about yourself as a designer. Why is Paper Arts your passion? Why do you want to be on the Spellbinders™ Design Team? What do you want Spellbinders™ to know about you?
The following questions are for our information only. Please indicate on the bottom of your essay, if you have been or are involved in any of the following (does not count towards your 500 words):
Do you have a blog? If so, please provide URL/address.
Has your work been published? If so, please indicate where/in which publications and provide URLs/links if possible.
Do you have a Creative Resume? If so, please provide URL/address.
Do you now or have you participated other Design Teams?* If so, please provide URLs/links.
*Current or overlapping membership in the design team of competitive product companies is NOT permitted.
What we are looking for:
Your ORIGINAL creative, innovative designs. Something that makes us say “WOW!” Something that says to us that you love what you do! We would like to know the story behind each item, told in journaling, in photographs, or by other means.
You are not required to use any Spellbinders™ products in your entries. However, we are a die cut company and it certainly couldn’t hurt. Spellbinders™ die templates are universal and may be used in most leading die cut systems, please refer to the Compatibility Reference Guide for instructions.
Please Note: Art does not have to be new for this contest. It just has to be your original artwork.
Required for Design Team Tenure:
Monthly: one layout, one card and one altered project, one option style project.
Trade Shows: A minimum of six trade show projects per year, to be assigned.
Consumer Shows/Education: 2 Layouts, 2 cards for Education and/or Consumer booth, 1 technique board/year, other projects as assigned.
On-Line Forums: Involved on a weekly basis on at least one on-line forum.
Encouraged but not Required: Active with your own blog.
These are just minimums, you can submit as many projects as you want throughout your tenure.
Submission Schedule:
All entries must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. on January 15, 2010, Central Standard Time. We sincerely regret that we can only accept entries from residents of the United States.
On Monday, February 1, 2010, Spellbinders™ will contact the top 20 entrants and invite them to continue to the final round of the Spellbinders™ 2010 Design Team Contest. These finalists will be sent product to create an assigned project for the final round of the competition. Finalists will ship their Special Assignment Entries for delivery to Spellbinders™ by Monday, February 15, 2010. Special Assignment Entries WILL NOT be returned to contestant.
On Friday, February 26, 2010, Stacey Caron, owner and co-founder of Spellbinders™ Paper Arts, will make personal phone calls to each of the lucky winners of this contest! A minimum of eight (8) Design Team members will be notified that day, so be sure to list every phone number you want us to try!!!
You must be available to travel to Phoenix on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, remaining through Sunday, April 18, 2010. Spellbinders™ Paper Arts will pay all expenses for this trip. Your Design Team assignment will officially start on April 1, 2010, and last until March 30, 2011. First projects will be due on April 30, 2010.
How to enter:
1. All entries should be submitted electronically to designteam@spellbinders.us.2. The subject line should be “Design Team Entry: your name”3. Each project must be attached to your email as a separate file. Please label your files as such:…..a. YourName Layout.jpg…..b. YourName Card.jpg…..c. YourName Altered.jpg…..d. YourName Essay.doc…..e. YourName Entryform.doc4. Please take clear, high quality photos or scans of your work.…..a. Please submit at 72 dpi, 10” x 10”.…..b. Please insure that no individual attachment is over 200 KB.5. Complete the entry form below and send it via email with your entry. (Click on the form and Save As to save this .jpg to your computer, or type the required information in an MS Word document.)
Designers selected as 2010-2011 Design Team Members will receive:• A Die Cutting Machine• A $350 Die Starter Kit• Numerous new die templates throughout the year, with surprise gifts thrown in along the way!• An all expense paid trip to Phoenix, AZ, with a tour of the facility, a weekend of workshops, and fun!• The opportunity to go to one or more of the major Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) trade shows.• The chance to have your art displayed at major shows and in major magazine advertisements.• Financial reimbursement for each piece of art that is published in Spellbinders’™ catalogs or used in a published advertisement campaign.• Numerous opportunities for product reimbursement throughout the year.• A year-end bonus!!!
All questions should be submitted to designteam@spellbinders.us with a subject line of “Design Team Contest Question.”

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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Children put the Magic in Christmas




Hello again, I know it has been a few days now, but as I promised as soon as the sun shined I would post the layout I had from before Christmas. I also have another one for the Rusty Pickle DT, for the January sketch. That will probably post tomorrow, since it will be back to normal for everyone, work, school, our normal everyday daily lives. My daughter Crystal who is in the US Army left to go back today at 4am. She missed her flight yesterday while waiting in the security line. So two trips to the airport in two days has not left much time here, although when the sun shined, I was like MY PICTURE!! So here it is: Love the sketch, thanks Beggahuna and Swirlydoo's. The pics are of Colten, Cooper, and Colby Christmas 2007. TFL! Dawn
PRODUCTS USED:
  • SwirlyDoos kit for December see kit HERE.
  • The sketch is by the talented Beggahuna see here blog HERE
  • Just to list pp included in kit are: Webster pages, The Paper Company Studio, Basic Grey
  • Stickles by Ranger
  • MM Tiny alphas ledger
  • Prima flowers, and flourish
  • Kreinik very fine thread red
  • Judikins diamond glaze
  • ultra fine glitters
  • K&Co. rhinestone red (on deer)
  • ribbon and ink
  • Cricut Gypsy welded MAGIC from StoryBook
  • Cricut cart. Christmas Cheer for the trees -cut at 2 3/4, 3 1/2, and 4
  • Cricut cart. Christmas Noel for the star.
  • Cricut Gypsy welded (Children put the in) from Ashlyn's Alphabet
  • Wire and beads
  • Tattered Angels glimmer mist
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