Tuesday, April 15, 2014

51 Artbooking Projects and counting....


Hello, friends!


No news about my health issue. The doctor got the biospy results, but has to go over them and get back to me. I'm not happy that I still do not know if I have cancer yet, but I am just trying to be positive!

Today I have an Artbooking project recap. I had just recently realized I have made  projects with this cartridge, so I thought I would put them all in one post for all of you to see! There is quite a mix of layouts, cards, gift bags, and home decor items. Who knew you could do so much with this cartridge?















































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34 comments:

Joan Smith said...

WOW what a great assortment of projects for sure WOW you are so right you really did create up a storm using the Artbooking cartridge everything is so awesome too. I love this cartridge thanks for reminding me/us about all it's treasures. I love this cartridge and this is why.
Love everything you created and it was fun to revisit it all as it's hard to remember everything.

Thanks for you update sweetie I know the wait is so hard but you sure do have the right positive attitude and you sure have been and will continue to be in my positive thoughts and prayers.

BethAnn M said...

Keep up the good thoughts, and good things will happen, is my feeling! Hope you hear soon, though. The re-visit was so much fun; I loved many of the cards that you created. BethAnn M.

Star said...

Love the cards! You have. Helped me use the Artbooking cartridge to the max. Thanks.

LST in Colorado said...

OMG!!! I didn't realize you created so many projects with the Artbooking cart, and the projects are absolutely awesome!! Your recap is wonderful and a great reminder of the amazing possibilities the cart has to offer.

Thanks for the update on your health, I agree the wait is is stressful, but your outlook is going to help you through the wait along with all of our prayers. Praying for the best (((((HUGS)))))

Brenda said...

A lot of fabulous projects Melanie!! I am praying that you don't have cancer, but if you would happen to have it, just remember it is one step at a time. A positive outlook is essential and know that there is so much they can do with treatments now. I know that isn't what you want to hear and I'm praying hard that you don't have to hear those words that you have cancer. Know that we are all praying hard for you. I thought our life was over when we got the news of hubby's cancer, but he is doing well, still getting his treatments and although he isn't curable, he is treatable and that I all I ask for. For him to live a long life to grow old with me. Big hugs as I know what you are going through.

Sue D said...

Wow--lots of wonderful projects. Praying for good results.

Katrina Brown said...

Thanks for the update. Know when you are tired of staying positive, we're all here scattered about doing it for you! Sending love, hope, and hugs!

Great recap!

Barb A. said...

Fantastic assortment of projects. Thanks for sharing your time, talents and ideas with us.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Wonderful assortment of projects. Wonderful cartridge. I need to use it more. So hard to wait. Keeping you in my thoughts & prayers.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Luria said...

Hello Melanie

No news is good news that what my grandmother always says. My prayers are with you as you wait to hear some news. Keep positive thoughts.
Thanks for sharing all of the wonderful projects made with this cartridge.

Luria

Cheryl W said...

Wow - that's an amazing collection of beautiful projects. Thanks so much for all the inspiration. Stay strong and positive. Keeping you in my prayers.

Maryellen Webber said...

Wow Melanie, I didn't realize how versatile Artbooking is. Thanks for your crafty inspiration! My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you.

gmanshk said...

Waiting is the hard part. Because once you find out, then you can go on with your life and either be happy with good news or start working to get healthy. Sending prayers you way. Thanks for always sharing your creativity.

Miranda said...

Great Projects! Sending positive thoughts your way!!!!

Barbara Hart said...


Melanie, your Artbooking projects are delightful! What fun to see them all in one place. I love my Artbooking cart! So sorry for what you are going through. The wait is the worst. Once you know what you are dealing with, you can rejoice or you can face your battle with courage, knowing you are in God's hand, and you have a myriad of friends standing in the gap for you.

Betsy said...

Thinking good thoughts for you. Hope you get your answers very soon.

K and P's Mom said...

Keep positive thoughts. I pray it will be good news.
Mary O'Neal

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing so many great ideas with all of us. Keeping you in our prayers. With so many challenges in our lives these days, it's nice to BEABLE to escape them with crafting. :-) DiEtta

Coelle said...

OMGosh....I followed you every day doing these projects and had no idea it added up to 51. That's a tremendous amount of work and so wonderful that you share with all of us.
This will be a great source of reference for me as I do have the cart!
Continuing to send hopeful thoughts for positive results your way!

Vanessa said...

Thanks for sharing all these great projects again!

Waiting for test results is so difficult. I'm praying you'll have peace while you wait and good news when you do hear from the doctor.

esther's paper concoctions said...

I'm loving all of this inspiration. I need to start thinking out of the box for these cuts.

LemonDropMemories said...

This is amazing. The more i see of the Artbooking cartridge, the more it moves to the top of my wish list. So versatile in what you can do! (btw what cuttlebug folder did you use for the quilting card?)

I'm sure everyone has said this but you're in our thoughts and prayers. I hope everything turns out the way it should.

Martha Herrera said...

WOW! You are truly amazing!
Thank you for sharing.. Sending you a warm hug, and lots of prayers.

Peg Toth said...

These are just amazing! So nice. Outstanding. What else can I say but a BIG thank you for sharing your talents. So much appreciated. Praying for you and your health.

Rose said...

WOW! What a recap on this cartridge,I love how you do your recaps at the end of each week. I aways say that a lot of work,but I will say it again WOW THATS A LOT OF WORK AWESOME JOB!I"M Praying for good news!

I lost my glasses today & I look at my coworker said this is nothing (KEEP Positive & Craft On Girl)Love & Prays,
God Bless You!
Rosebud222222222

Queen Bee said...

Praying for a good report. I agree this cartridge is the best ever. Even with my new Explore, it is the one I still use the majority of the time.

CA Scrapper said...

Keep thinking positively! You have done an amazing job on all these projects. Thanks for the inspiration!

Hugs,
Leslie

ScrappySue said...

Thanks for the revisit. So many great ideas! Take one step at a time regarding your health. Many thoughts are with you.

Anonymous said...

Wow, so much fun to see all of them. Wonderful. Thanks

Kristi curtis

Janine Rudnick said...

Thanks for sharing all of your wonderful ideas. It was very nice to do, especially since your mind is on other things.

Paper Sewn Visions said...

Wow so much inspiration. Thank you for sharing. I will keep you in my prayers.

Carrie R. said...

These are all such great projects and show the versatility of the cartridge! Continue to be positive during this difficult time. I hope you get great news soon.

McEwens said...

I think I love the lattice projects the best. I've been looking for a cartridge that has lattice.

Amanda Williams said...

Love this the Artbooking cartrigde! ! Love seeing a recap of these great projects!!
Amanda

 
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