Thursday, November 18, 2010
If you could see me now-- YOU would see me doing the Happy Dance!! I took a big step (for me) and sent in a submission to be considered for a position on the Teresa Collins Design Team a couple weeks ago. I love her product line-- use it all the time and after going to the IU in Las Vegas and taking a couple classes from her-- I knew I wanted to give this a shot. I am DOING the Happy Dance today-- because I actually got a personal Call from Teresa last night telling me I had been chosen!!!!WOOOOHOOOO I am so excited to get started and work with a wonderful team. Teresa is so inspiring-- and has the most awesome designs. I am just overjoyed!!! Check out her line at www.teresacollinsdesigns.com. Gorgeous scrapbooking supplies and I will be so jazzed to work with more of it!! Here is a photo of yet another of the creations I made with her line!
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Many of you know I was on the "Ultimate Scrapbook Cruise" last week for 8 glorious days of classes, ports, and sailing the seven seas!! It was a wonderful trip and here are some of the highlights. I did not want to bore you with the 800 + photos I took, so here are a few of the favorites that tell the story. We sailed out of Ft. Lauderdale on the Carnival Freedom -- a very nice ship with LOTS of passengers. Our group of scrappers was around 70 and we had lots of fun meeting women from all over.
Here's my friend Lyn, who is excited to start our journey!! We were very spoiled with the classes we took and the awesome teachers on the boat.
Our first port was a night in San Juan, Puerto Rico where we got to tour Old San Juan and see a Rumba Guitar show. It was fun== but would have loved to see it during the daylight--- What we did see was gorgeous!
The next stop was St. Thomas--- and the Ship was looking very pretty from the HIGH photo stop we made. We visited Blackbeards castle and shopped downtown.
Antigua was the next port of call, and we loved spending the time lounging on a great beach. It was such a pretty destination I had never been to.
The next place we stopped was Tortolla, the British Virgin Islands. We took a bus tour -- and the roads were pretty steep and pretty narrow. Kinda felt like we were on the roller coaster-- but we saw beautiful scenes all over and then ended up on another beach for a time in the sun.
This is some artwork painted all over the walls on our tour and it was such gorgeous color and details. The tour was very interesting and hearing all about the islands from the driver was fun.
Next, we had a day at sea where we took more classes -- our projects were awesome and we will treasure them!
This is a beautiful shot from the beach in Antigua. The last port of call got cancelled , much to our dismay, due to a medical emergency onboard where they had to return to St. Thomas late in the week to take a passenger to the hospital. We were all disappointed, but found lots to do and EAT on the ship. It was such a memorable and terrific journey! I feel blessed to be able to attend!!
Monday, November 15, 2010
The challenge this week at Iheartfaces is: silhouette! I could not resist entering my morning walk photo of Brooklyn and Piper! I did not plan this shot - just happened one morning and I thought it was perfect for the challenge. Head over to www.Iheartfaces.com to view all the entries -- it will be fun to see what happens over there!