Monday, June 21, 2010

"A Bend in the Road" and GD clues!

This weeks challenge, is inspired by our June kits name-"A Bend in the Road" by Nicholas Sparks.
If you haven't figured it out already, each kit is named after something literary. We reserve the right to choose children's books, novels, works of non-fiction and fiction alike.Even periodicals... you name it. :)
The kit will call out it's name. Well, that has been the case so far. :)

So we thought each title would be worthy of it's own challenge each month.
Use the title to spur you. If you have read the book, then let that be your guide... it's up to you.
I'll be back with my inspiration, while you mull over your take!

In the meantime, I thought I would give you some more information about our guest designer!
Here is her bio. With name missing. :)
First one to tell me who she is gets the custom "The Button Box" buttons!

Our Guest Designer... is a 25 year old Animator/Aftereffects Artist by day, living a step away from the beach in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She needs to cut some paper on the daily - it becomes vital after doing it for 13 years! She is a quiet-but-chatty girl who thrives on a good indie film, wears skull shirts and steel gray nailpolish, and would kill for a daily year-round gingerbread latte. She has a big crush on bright colors, monsters, Tim Burton, knitting, handmade goodies, doilies, vintage needlepoint, moustaches, old books, and Edward Gorey, and can't live without acrylic paint, embroidery thread, her sewing machine, Stazon, and walnut ink. She's excited to be design-teaming for Sassafras Lass and her little paper company, Bubbly Shnooks, this year - and is also super-happy to be contributing to Crate Paper & Bella Blvd in early 2010, as well. In the past, she has been published in Creating Keepsakes & Papercrafts magazines, and has also designed for Pink Paislee, Fancy Pants Designs, Red Velvet Kit Club, and Kenner Road, among others. Alongside scrapbooking and her day job, she also likes to indulge in fun crafty things like illustrating, embroidering, printmaking, art-journalling, and book-binding - but it's her top choice to settle in for some messy creating with Regina Spektor playing and a good cup of coffee - because scrapbooking is her favorite!

So... who is it? :)


BRANDY said...

Michelle Clement who is an amazing designer!!! LOVE HER WORK!

meganklauer said...

WOOt WOOt! Way to go Brandy!!!