Brenda Seaholm-Wampler: "I created my
blog as a type of diary for my journey
through my creative part of life, and as
life, it has changed throughout this
journey, shifting from paper arts, book
making, scrap-booking, jewelry creations,
art finds, publishing honors and
accomplishments just to name a few. And now
my latest journey is digital photography. I
love pictures and words, and to be able to
create with them, into one, and to express
my feelings and dreams has been a wonderful,
amazing, and very fulfilling part of this
journey. It allows me to create on the go,
anywhere, anytime, and allows me to blog
with only one picture, as the words are
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"I created this album in the dead of winter as I
dreamed of the previous year’s summer vacation and longed
for the return of hot, sunny days on the boardwalk, again.
As I looked through pictures of our impromptu family
vacation to Florida, I knew I had to create a special book
to hold my very precious memories of our much needed trip. I
used ordinary book pages that I painted and distressed for
the pages, and chipboard covers done in Graphic 45’s On the
Boardwalk collection. I love the aged look of this book and
the tactile experience of viewing it."
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"I was at a craft show when I saw these cute wooden
cupcake stands and I just had to have one. I found these
little buckets marked for clearance and since I love all
things miniature, I had to have them. My cupcake stand and
miniature buckets sat separate collecting dust until I
received my March kit from Dixie Pieces. That is when this
project was conceived!"
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