Saturday, December 27, 2008

QueZZtion of the Week: 12/28

To get everyone starting off the New Year, share with the galzz (if you don't mind) your resolution(s) for 2009. If you don't believe in resolutions, that's just fine by me. Instead, share with the rest of the group your good advice for making this year's resolution work.. or share some support for their upcoming hard work.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

BWC #26 (12/21/08) Your Favorite Page from 2008

kudos to Sharon for a fabulous response to our last BWC "What Makes The Holidays Special and Meaningful to You".

For the final challenge of the year let's reflect upon what we scrapped this year. Which of your pages from 2008 are you the most proud of? Please list Your Favorite Page from 2008 and I'll add them here. Please also share why you like the page.
Gelidy Gelato said... I got this pattern paper in a LSS raffle. It was something I never would have bought for myself but it was absolutely perfect for this subject. I created the briefs in Photoshop and had to search the internet for wings, angels, as well as a photo of a building that resembled the actual building. I tried two popular scrapbook trends chipboard & doodling for the first time. Finally I entered this page into a challenge, my first challenge. This was a big achievement for me and the page I am most proud of from 2008. It is humorous and was made from just three photos (and really boring photos at that).

MaRLeNeF said...
My favorite page from 2008 is my SHCG BWC #15: What Would You Say? layout. I love how it turned out, it's very girly. I also love it because I didn't go crazy trying to figure out how to put the page together, I just went with the flow and it all came together on its own.

CMLeach said... It was between my newest LO or a no-picture, reflective journaling LO. They both have such interesting aspects to them, and it was such a hard choice to make. That being said, I picked my "07 Tree" LO (the brand-new one) because I feel like it is one of my greatest artistic endeavors. There's just so much going on, and yet I feel like it all There is sentimental value to pieces within the LO (both in the ornaments in the picture and in embellishments used) and it just gives me a wonderful feel to look at it. It makes me want to continue the Christmas season...just on and on...

QueZZtion of the Week - 12/21/08

Okay, my Celebrity Crush QOW from last week was a dud so I'll ask another queZZtion - Talk about the last time you DANCED, both in public & in private!

The last time I danced in public was last Thursday, at my company's big holiday party. They allegedly scaled back for this party, which meant a DJ instead of a band, but that was awesome because after the initial quiet phase, the dancefloor became PACKED for the whole night, I was told moreso than it ever has been! I believe the 1st song my friends & I danced to was Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" & the last song of that set was Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough" (I HAD wanted to dance to Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back" earlier but I was in the middle of a new glass of wine & involved conversation so I put it off). It was great spirited fun - all ranks of employees were shakin their groove thangs when not chatting, eating or drinking!

The last time I danced in private was when I was cleaning up after scrapping yesterday, youtubing old songs I love. Alice in Chains' "A Little Bitter" always gets me going... I'm such a rock star on that bassline when I'm alone! :p