Can't believe it's Friday already! We are having a gorgeous (cold, but beautiful) day in Spokane. I'm feeling pretty darn productive too, which is nice.
Thanks for your response to my informal quiz/survey about using fabric in scrapbooking. From my very unscientific exploration of the data collected — the vast majority of us could use a little "Donna" to help us step outside our creative boundaries, but for now, just one of YOU wins the Fabric Scrapbooking book, which is the most recent addition to the Yes, It's a Scrapbook Series.
This one lucky girl is Heather R (see post)
B: Made an attempt!!
I'm a quilter and have a big stash of awesome fabric. But putting it in my scrapbooking just hasn't materialized! Get it! Ha!
Posted by: Heather R. | 27 January 2009 at 05:11 PM
Heather R, email me (email@example.com) and put "Donna Book Winner" in the subject line. I will look forward to LOTS of great things materializing — and yes, you are adorable!
this is my distant cousin, Professor Julian, who speaks with a thick german accent and pontificates the relationship between chemistry and scrapbook design. Leave me a comment if you know her.
Seriously, I had the opportunity of being interveiwed (back in 2006) by a doctoral student named Danille. Danille has recently completed her dissertation, titled Constructing Value: Scrapbooks as Rhetorical Practice. I was asked to review the portions of Danille's writing that reference me and my work. I was also asked to submit a photo of me teaching.
Note to self: take more pictures of you teaching
Thanks to my LOM system, I took approximately 15 seconds to find this photo. Now I just need to work on handing over the camera more often, so I can put my hands on something a bit more current.