Thursday, October 29, 2009

Layout share time......

I created I think my most favorite layout this weekend.....

This is my BFF & I.....

The journaling reads;

is beautiful
makes me laugh
is my drinking buddy
is my support
is always there for me
is my shoulder to cry on
is now and always will be my

I also created a few others.....

Good Friends....

School Days....


I am also proud to have been the spotlight member at A Page In Time They offer three kist each month and this month I got to work with the Dream Street Papers....

Trick or Treat...

A Little Dirt Never Hurt...

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Dreamer layouts!

I thought I would like to share some projects I did for Dreamer!!!!!

Haunted House
Clear scraps house album
making memories papers
WRMK felt ribbon
Melissa Francis chipboard

Apple Pie Baking
Pink Pailsee papers, chipboard letters & stickers
wrights lace
my moms flowers
kaiser pearls
Martha Stewart Punch

Friday, October 16, 2009

I Made it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am so excited! I am one of the newest Inspiration Team Members on WeScrap. The team is filled with awesome and talented ladies and I am honored to be among them!!!!!! So come over and see whats happening there!

There is a fabulous crop coming up so come and join us!

Here are the two layouts I made for the call.....I am really happy with the way the came out!

cosmo cricket papers
prima crystals
Offray ribbon

Small Boys become big men through the influence of big men who care about small boys
7 gypsies papers
riff raff chipboard
prima crystals
Kaiser pearls
Offray lace

Have a great day!

Friday, October 2, 2009

Can You Survive The Nightmare - Challenge #1

I love Horror of the movies I like to watch is House on Haunted Hill. 'A millionaire offers a group of diverse people $1,000,000 to spend the night in a haunted house with a horrifying past.' Starring, Geoffrey Rush, Famke Janssens, Ali Larter, Taye Diggs and Peter Gallagher.

So My challenge to you is to use a haunted house on your project or alter something into a haunted house (ie bird house)

here is some trivia about this movie: (according to

  • Geoffrey Rush's character's last name is Price. This is a reference to the original House on Haunted Hill (1959) in which Vincent Price played the main character.

  • The rollercoaster in the beginning of the movie is The Incredible Hulk at Universal's Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida.

  • The directors of both the original version and the remake are named William: William Castle and William Malone.

  • The only character in both the original and the remake of this film is the owner of the house, Watson Pritchet. However all the other characters are loosely based on characters from the original.

  • The names William Malone, Gilbert Adler and Vlademar Tymrak appear on Price's guest list before it is deleted. William Malone and Gilbert Adler are respectively the director and producer of the film. Vlademar Tymrak was a serial-killer and evil spirit in "Tales from the Crypt: Report from the Grave (#7.8)" (1996), which was also directed by Malone.

  • The first person to be killed in the movie is screenplay writer Dick Beebe.

  • The inscriptions on the walls and doors in the hospital are all in German, but do not make any particular sense when translated. The inscription "Gehirn Hygiene" for example is a rough translation of the English "brain sanitation" into German. Maybe the German inscriptions were just supposed to add a more gothic atmosphere to the movie, but quite certainly they are also a reference to an old German Horror movie SchloƟ Vogeloed (1921) directed by F.W. Murnau, which also deals with a haunted manor.

  • Cindy Crawford was considered for the role of Melissa Margaret Marr.

  • Famke Janssen performed her own stunt when the glass ceiling breaks. It was extremely important for Janssen to remain where she was and very still, yet even with her basically glued to the spot, the shard hit with so much impact that it bounced her head off the table as you can see on close inspection of the scene.

  • William Malone got the idea to set the movie in a former insane asylum when he was filming an episode of "Tales from the Crypt" (1989) in a former asylum and noticed that crew members were running scared out of the basement, not wanting to film there.

  • Co-producer Terry Castle is the daughter of William Castle, who directed the 1959 version of the film.

  • Geoffrey Rush was never meant to look like Vincent Price (star of the original film House on Haunted Hill (1959)). The original screenplay described Stephen Price as a regular looking businessman. Rush didn't care for this, so he suggested that his character look like the film director John Waters. The director agreed to test this look out. After his transformation, he ended up looking so much like Vincent Price the director decided to keep the look.

  • Marc Blucas and Ivana Milicevic filmed a short "movie in a movie" sequence which was cut from the theatrical release, but appears in the deleted scenes section of the DVD release.

  • Elizabeth Hurley was considered for the role of Evelyn Stockard-Price.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Can You Survive The Nightmare

can you survive the nightmare at scrapbook dreamer? Are you the comic relief? Are you the first to die? Are you the tough one who goes down fighting but still goes down? Or are you the one to survive to the end? Whatever you are come and see how long you can survive at the first ever scrapbook dreamer blog hop! Each Design Team Member has designed a challenge inspired by a scary or Halloween themed movie! The person/people who completes the most challenges will survive and will watch the credits roll at the end of the movie and one will win a fabulous Halloween themed prize. So have you got what it takes to survive the nightmare?

Each Friday for the month of October your DT will be posting Challenges on their blog! I will post links to the participating bloggers!