February 16, 2010

JulieChats – Featured Craft Blogger @ Scrapaholic Studio

I have some exciting news!

I’m the Featured Craft Blogger on the Scrapaholic Studio blog by Mrs. Licky.  Along with the features, she shares her layouts, cards, and all sorts of things she creates with her Cricut in her posts.  Be sure to check out her other Featured Craft Bloggers, down in the “Interview with Crafty Bloggers” section.

It was a lot of fun thinking about all the questions and getting my answers together.  I had the chance to think about how I got into scrapbooking and crafting in general.  It was fun to chat about my favorite scrapbooking supplies and tools.  I also got a chance to revisit my goals in blogging and scrapbooking.

I am trying to remember my words for 2010, BELIEVE & ACHIEVE, each and every day.  I try to do a little work toward my goals each day.  And the honor of being featured on another blog is a big part of my goal of bringing my blog to more readers in the scrapbooking community!

Thank You, Mrs. Licky!!! 🙂

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Comments

  1. Yeah, I agree…that’s my favorite size pen, too! I don’t love the squeezy roller one, either…but it does work great on teeny tiny cricut cuts when needed! I’m impressed with how long it’s lasted, too! I just got mine for Christmas but I’ve been using it daily for SO many things…I’ve been waiting for it to run out for a while now, I even bought a new one in case, but my first one is still going!! 🙂

  2. Hi Julie-
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have to admit, I have never made a scrapbook. My friends can’t believe it. I have shoeboxes filled with pictures as well as Cds. Someday I would like to get them organized and into pretty scrapbooks. Your site is very inspiring. Diane

  3. Congratulations on your feature Julie!

    (BTW, how wonderful your niece is going to study here in Australia! Yes, Perth is on the other side of Australia to me – it’s a big country! Fremantle is just south of Perth and has some very well known weekend markets that she will come to know I’m sure! There is a good public transport system but distances in Australia are vast so buying a cheap car might be a good thing if she’s here for a while!

  4. how cool is that?! congrats!

  5. Hi Julie,

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog about Kaisercraft. It was a lot of fun to play with gorgeous scrappy stuff! Hope you are having a wonderful day.

  6. Hey there-thanks for popping by my lil ole blog and leaving some love-I went to the Scrapholic link and boy! You are very pretty and loved the interview and the scrappy goodies! SO funny, my 2010 word is BELIEVE too!