We would like to welcome Penny to The Groovy Chick team. As she joins us she has jumped straight in and completed her first challenge which is the one we all just completed with eyes. I think you will love how she interpreted this one :)
First some words from Penny:
Hi, my name is Penny Arnold, and I was SO excited when Deb invited me to join this wonderful design team. I hope to inspire you to create great new and different projects, as I am sure you will inspire me also. I have been scrapbooking since 1999, and love doing altered projects, and scrapbooking lot's of layouts of my spoiled rotten grandchildren Matthew, and Madison! I have been published twice, and have another project coming out soon in the July issue of the Cricut Magazine. I have been on two previous Design Teams for kit clubs. I live in a TINY town in TN, so I'm a southern girl, but I have lived in several states I have a great sense of humor, which I hope my first challenge layout shows! My personal blog can be found here: Scrapemail@example.com, it is fairly new, but is has many projects loaded with detailed directions if you would like to try making one for yourself. I have been known to use ANYTHING and EVERYTHING on my layouts so be sure and look for unexpected items on my layouts. Hoping to meet you all soon! Love Penny
Now her awesome lo:
Cross Eye'ed Crazy Boy (the crazy word is printed on the tiny bar between the photos)
This is a layout of my grandson Matthew, while his sister loves to pose for the camera, he hates it, so I have to get whatever shots I want in a hurry. When he is done taking pictures, this is how he poses!
The journaling on the layout reads "This is how he looks at me when he's done taking pictures! Matthew 2008". All the items I used on this page I have had for a VERY long time with the exception of the K & Co. scalloped border, which I turned over so that you see the white (wrong) side. I added the checks to the die cut camera, and I also added a clear round disc to make it look like it had a lens. The "button" on the journal block is really a man's shirt snap. Love Penny