Tuesday, August 17, 2010

It's out!!!


The September issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine is for sale & on shelves everywhere!


Don't you think the cover is gorgeous? Courtesy of the ever talented Maggie Holmes.  Inside you will be able to find beautiful layouts, fun ideas, and cool techniques put together by the talented editors & contributing editors & Dream Team gals. Visit the CK website for sneak-preview articles or to order your copy.





I was honored to have a bunch of pages included in this issue. This is one of my pages done as part an article I co-wrote with the lovely Lara Penrod about reusing & recycling our scrapbook leftovers.


Ferris ride by Kim Watson

** As seen in the September 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine. Posted with permission from the publisher.


(Supply list: Cardstock: Bazzill (pearlised pink), American crafts (Vanilla), Patterned paper: American crafts (Fabric dot, Quirky stripe), Brown stripe (DCG), Hambly (Cream Frames), Stickers, Sticker alphas, 3D alpha stickers: American crafts, Brads: Bazzil Basics, Pearl brads: American crafts (Pink), Bella Boulevard (White), Die cut card-stock accents: Cosmo Cricket (Vintage badges, Flower),  Doodle bug (Blue scallop border), Fabric flower: Bella Boulevard, Lace: Cocoa Daisy kits, Twill tape & Ribbon: Making Memories, Tools: Border punch by Stampin Up!, Paper piecer by Close to my Heart, Xacto craft knife, Adhesives: American crafts, Tombo mono glue, 3L, Ink: Close to my Heart, Date stamp: Micheal's, Glitter glue: Stickles, Software: CS3, Printer & Printer paper: Canon, Actions: Coffeshop, Other: Typewriter, Sewing machine,  Lace)

I love tools!!
Not that I have many mind you...but I can still dream, covert (pray for me) & have a wish list a mile long!
Have you seen this little darlin'? It is called a Cutter Bee & it pierces uniform holes for you. Just like that...pop your paper onto a suitable surface & roll away!



The there is this 'Little Wonder' released at the recent CHA show in Chicago. It is the Sew Easy by We R Memory Keepers. Not only does it pierce uniform holes for you but also does so in a variety of different stitches, making hand sewing onto paper a DREAM!!










OK...Wish Fairy...are you listening? I NEED THESE!!
hehe!
Thanks for stopping by.
KJ