Please note that every challenge in this blog can be entered with any form of art work, not just cards. Themes may have to be slighly altered, but as long as they represent the general idea, feel free to enter.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

GOALS - week of March 30, 2014

The Secret to Success "If you go to work on your goals, your goals will go to work on you. If you go to work on your plan, your plan will go to work on you. Whatever good things we build end up building us."
~Jim Rohn

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Please Welcome Your New Scrapbook Place Blog Administrator

Hello Everyone!
Today is a Really Special Day for us as we have a new Your Scrapbook Place BLOG Administrator.
Please Welcome Joyce Gutridge!!!  She joined our group Scrapbook Place on July 29, 2012. Joyce currently lives in California with her loving husband.  They have three children and five grandchildren.  When Joyce is not on Scrapbook Place she can be found reading, her goal for 2014 is 15 books and she has read three already. Go Joyce Go!!!  You can check out her private blog at she has been blogging there since 2010 although she has not had a lot of time lately to keep her personal blog up she is now movin and groovin and itchin to get back in the swing of things. She follows over a hundred blogs and enjoys looking at new things daily.
We are looking forward to some exciting new changes to Your Scrapbook Place Blog. If you need her for anything please feel free to email her at . She loves challenges so I just know we will see some amazing ones in the near future. Joyce has many interests which include Scrapbooking, Card Making, Knitting, Crocheting, X- Stitch, Genealogy and Reading. Some of her favorite movies are Shirley Valentine, Fried Green Tomatoes, Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Thelma and Louise. Her favorite Musical is Phantom of the Opera. When she reads she loves books by Stewart Woods, James Patterson, Dean Koontz, Michael Crichton and John Grisham.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Squigglefly Has Free Digis!

I love FREE, don't you?  One of the companies a few of us work for is Squigglefly Designs.  They offer several free digi's, and their digi images in the store are very reasonable.  So, in celebration of Squigglefly, we are showcasing project made with their digi images!
Here's my project.  This is my granddaughter, who was very happy to wear a shirt that Grandma colored for her.  I love digis because you can do so much with them.  Here, I printed my digi onto iron-on transfer paper and ironed it onto one of her camis.  The image is called Daisy Bear by artist Diane Carubia.  One tip about this process--color heavily, as some of it gets lost in the transfer process.  Pat M.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

~~~Our First Featured Blogger Is Pammie Lehto~~~

           Today I want everyone to meet Pammie Lehto.
Many of you know her but do you really know her???? Pammie joined Scrapbook Place September 3, 2010. Pammie lives in Washington State with her husband Rick, they have been married 35 years. She is a born again Christian, a red head with English, Scottish and German ancestry. Once upon a time she held jobs as a cartographer, graphic technician and draftsman. She currently is a graphic artist and has owned her own Rubber Stamp Business "The Artful Dodger Rubber Stamp Shop" since 1992.  When at home she can be found blogging on her blog Http://, she has been blogging since October 2011. In May 2013 she joined the team of artist's at  Pammie can be found on as Pamela Lehto. Her many designs are really awesome, please take a peek at the 116 that are listed for sale when you have a chance at
. Her images have been featured on Holley Barnhardt's Blog recently also and I just saw one this morning, Pam's Clown. Pammie's talent is spread out in other areas also, she was featured in Complete Cardmaking Magazine a UK Publication in November 2013 along with fellow SBP members and Squigglefly Design Team members Linda Weber and Carolyn Cochran.  She has many interests that keep her very busy such as Rubber stamping, Drawing, Card making/ swapping, Gardening, Genealogy, Sewing and Quilting on her 1904 Singer 66-1 Back clamping Treadle sewing machine and her 1914 Jones Family CS Hand crank sewing machine. Pammie is also a Copic Certified Designer, how awesome is that.  Pammie is an active member of Scrapbook Place and we enjoy her here too. Her favorite colors are shades of purples and greens and Christmas red and green and gold. Perhaps some of you share the same interests. Her favorite movies are Romantic comedies and Christmas movies.  Her favorite authors are Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, John Jakes, Kathleen Woodiwiss and books inspired by God.  Her favorite music is 1940's Big Band, 1950's and 60's pop, CCR, The Beach Boys, Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart, Jefferson Airplane, Nora Jones, The Four Seasons, The Back Street Boys, Christmas music and Celtic music. Pammie and Rick have a daughter and two grandchildren and a Nebelung cat named Fagin. They also owned, raised and showed Maltese dogs from 1982 to 2006, when the last dog passed.  In 1989 she went to Australia for three weeks to visit a friend and show dogs there, she brought home 2 Maltese dogs with her. Rick will be retiring in 2015 and they will be heading for England and Scotland to do genealogy research and visit the places her grandparents and great great grandparents lived. Special Note: Pammie danced on Dick Clark's American Bandstand for two years, 1966-1967.when they taped the shows on Prospect Ave. in Hollywood California. She is a native Californian and moved to Washington State in 1974.

We're planting hope the first week of spring!

Thought for the week of March 16, 2014.