Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Thanks to StudioJ, I was able using the Olivia kit to complete all of these layouts in a single day, now it took me awhile to start them, cause I am the master of procrastination, but once started it was quick and easy and I think they turned out great, coordinated but each one an individual.
Take advantage of the February special and you could be enjoying 10 2-page layouts of your own for the price of 5. This month is buy one 5 layout pack and get another 5 layout pack for Free, plus free page protectors and free shipping. Wow what are you waiting for. Go to my website and just above the image you will find a "try it out" link. You can upload your own photos and design your own layouts in minutes Free, you only pay for them once you are satisfied that they are right for you.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
You can try Studio J for free with no obligation. Just go to my website www.ctmh.com/janeo and follow the link on the side to StudioJ. You never purchase a layout until you are satisfied with it and you can design your layouts for free. So give it try and then take advantage of this great special before the end of February and save money as well as time.
Studio J 5-packs include everything you need to have 5 two-page layouts (that’s 10 scrapbook pages!) shipped to your door ready for your scrapbook album. Each 5-pack can be redeemed for:
•5 two-page layouts
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Monday, February 6, 2012
here) Heart<1> p. 26 Shift. 7 @ 2 1/2", 14 @ 2", 7 @ 1 1/2", 14 @ 1 1/4", 10 @ 1", 17 @ 3/4", 14 @ 1/2".Fold each heart in half and adhere the folded heart in a flower shape with Liquid Glass. Make a few extra hearts of each size in case you make a mistake putting the petals on the canvas. (Guess how I know that). It doesn't matter that the petals of all the flowers are going the same direction, but it does matter that all the petals in the same flower are going in the same direction. I found the easiest way to decide on placement was laying it out on a second canvas and adhering the flowers one by one while judging my placement.