Friday, May 21, 2010

Jennifer Lopez 's 'Back-Up Plan'
Jennifer Lopez no 1 Maggie Rodriguez spoke with actress Jennifer Lopez about her new film "The Back-Up Plan" and her new family life.

What a lovely movie..J.Lo was amazing in it..funny and touching..Goo Jenn!!

Ha ha ha the movie FLOPPED of course! All she does is talk about herself and she got dropped from her label. Ha ha ha ha overrated .

She is very good mom and that new film is new live and new story for us. I love she, her songs. Good luck J Lo!!! Be happy.

This movie is really cute and lighthearted.

jajaja I dont understand if people cant stand JLo wat the hell they are doin watching her videos!?!?!??!?!?! N SHE IS AN AMAZIN ACTRESS DUHHHHH thats y they ask for her


Thursday, May 13, 2010


Here are the finished art pieces displayed in the hallway! :)

There is a short write up about our activity and why we did it, as well as the short history about FDR's New Deal program and the WPA.

The kids have enjoyed looking at each other's posters!

And I love looking at them too!!!! :)

Hi Again,

Welcome to The INKlings' Team first blog hop. You may have arrived here from Kylie Swain

Or you may just be visiting my blog. Stick around though and at the end of my post there will be a link onto the next team member.

What style of card do we frequently get asked for inspiration for? More often than not it is masculine cards, be it little boys, Dad or Grandfathers we all seem to struggle with the males in out lives. So we thought as a team we'd help you out by providing you with 20 team members fantastic blogs that you can hop through and get loads of freat ideas from them.

Want to win some blog candy? Simply leave a comment on each blog and then email Michelle Dyson and let her know you have done so. You'll then be in the running to win the fantastic prize of 20 handmade cards plus other goodies.

Sorry Blog Candy is not available to SU! demonstrators.

Well now it's on to my 2 creations!

The one on the left is more for a younger boy, I would say between 10-15yrs old.

I have used the following supplies

Card Stock-Basic Gray, Kiwi Kiss, Very Vanilla and DSP from the Urban Oasis pack

Inks- Kiwi Kiss, Baja Breeze & Basic Gray

Accessories-Baja Breeze 5/8" Grosgrain ribbon, Kiwi kiss button, twine, adhesive, dimensionals & Circle Scissor.

The one on the right is more your adult male card.

Card stock- Kraft, Basic Black, Whisper White, Kiwi Kiss & Baja Breeze & Urban Oasis DSP

Ink- staz on black, more mustard

Accessories- silver brads, twine, blender pen, crysal effects, dimensionals, circle scissor & adhesive, circle punches.

If you would like any more information please don't hesitate to contact me.

I hope you are enjoying your blog hop so far.

It's now on to the very talented Kari Hughes to see what she has to show you.

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to leave your comments at the end of each post to be in with a chance to win the blog candy.


List of all team members blogs in order of the blog hop is as follows:

1- Clare McLlhatton

2- Janice Spencer

3- Dani Holland

4- Kylie Swain

5- Amy Anderson

6- Kari Hughes

7- Jayne Mercer

8- Joanna Wassens

9- Michelle Dyson

10- Christie Wallace

11- Carolyn Gibbs

12- Fiona Brown

13- Elisabeth Stewart

14- Nicky Adamson

15- Dani Fender

16- Michelle Frost -Stevenson

17- Rachel Jackson

18- Rachel Capps

19- Carolyn Campbell Mclean

20- Michelle Le Breton

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hi everyone,

Tomorrow night I am taking part in the first ever Inklings Blog Hop, If you have never been on a blog hop before all you need to do is click on the link at the bottom of my post tomorrow night at 8pm and it will take you on to the next blog. There are 20 Inklings taking part and they will all be showing you cards, scrapbook pages and 3d projects based on the Masculine theme. Male/ boy cards are probably what most people struggle with the worst. I know I do!!

We will have Blog Candy to give away, (prizes for those who are not familiar!) all you need to do is leave a comment on every blog and you will go in the draw to win. That means you could win up to 20 male themed cards and pages plus a few other items just by leaving a comment.

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to your comments tomorrow night.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Hi ,
Just want to wish all the Mum's out there a great Mothers Day, hope you are all getting spoit rotten. My day has been great so far, a sleep in, some new pj's a circle scissor and some great gifts the kids had made themselves at school and daycare.
Here is what I came up with for my own Mum, my hubby's Mum and our Grand Mothers.
the first card is one that I made for my Nan & Martins Nan.
Andthe rest show the card folders i made for my Mum and Mother in Law.
The purple set was for my Mum, who is also known to most as Fragon, This was meant to be Dragon but my eldest could not say in properly at age 1, so Fragon stuck.
The blue set is for my MIL Sandra. I hope they like their gifts and have a great day. We dont get to see them todya as they live in Geelong.
Thanks for looking

Baby Summer

Hi again,

I am back to show you a card that my sister Natalie had asked me to make for her best friend who recently had her first baby. Natalie was present at the birth of her newest God-Daughter Summer Jade Price on the 6th of April., which also happens to be my youngest daughter Breanna's birthday. Baby Summer as Breanna likes to call her shares Natalies middle name and is a very beautiful baby. So Congrats to Mal & Brendon.

Thanks for looking


Friday, May 7, 2010

Hi all,

Just a quick post with a few cards that I have made recently for Family and friends on their birthdays. I hope you like them and if you have any questions about the details please email me and I will give you a list of supplies used.

Thanks for stopping by

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Below are the finished posters, in the likeness of the WPA, advertising for the parks of the National Mall (and one for the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial!). I'm very proud of the students and impressed with how the posters turned out! (PS some are turned sideways--please bare with me until I fix this technical difficulty!)