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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

My Little "HamStar"

June 24, 2008

So, good news, Moo is feeling much better today. Other than a slight headache, and being cranky, he's been doing just fine. He even cooked for us tonight. One of these days, I'm going to have to make a kit dedicated to brothers.

I tried a new kind of layout for a challenge at Scraphead. It's Altered Art, and it's a trading card sized layout. It was so much fun, yet it was as much (or more) work as a regular sized layout. The template was supplied by Sherry D at Scraphead.


Okay, so what do you think? Is this little darling a ham, or what? I'll have to take some photos of her dressed up. She has tons of clothes, that she loves wearing. Little dresses, tee shirts, jogging suit, pajamas, hat, coats, sweaters and sweatshirts, and yes!! even little pink boots to wear out in the snow.

It was so hot out when Tootsie went for one her last chemo treatments, that I took her dress off. When we got to the hospital, the doctor's technician was so surprised to see Tootsie "naked" that she took her around to visit all the different doctors and technicians to see if they could recognize her. They love to see what she will be wearing when she comes to her appointments.

Back to scrapping, I've been working on some new QP's for the Fourth of July. Tonight, I'll post one for your freebie. Hope you like it.
Hugs, Edna B.
"July Fourth QP - 01"


Here's your download link for "July Fourth QP - 01":

2 comments:

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 25 Jun [LA 02:57am, NY 04:57am, UK 09:57am, OZ 07:57pm]).

Rae said...

Is there any way that you could offer the different elements on your QP as seperate png's or psd? I love your QP of the Raising of the Flag on Mt. Suribachi. My Dad made survived Iwo and Guam but is having a lot of flash-backs right now. I'd love to use your QP for some of his pictures but I don't scrap the normal 12x12 size. All my shows are multimedia and I create for widescreen TV dvds. I would really appreciate any considerations you could make toward this.