There’s another guest knocking at the KBS door! Let’s open it up and see who it is….
….well hellllooooooo Maggie Massey!!!
Soooo excited to have you here visiting us!
I have to admit, I’m only a fairly recent Maggie ‘diehard’ for an–I don’t want to say odd reason, but it’s funny how things happen. I, of course, knew who Maggie was because I’d seen her amazing work that she’d done for Heidi Swapp, but I don’t always make it out to Heidi’s site (or others) as often as I’d like. And when I do, I kind of do the ‘power look’. Love it when there are photos and can see a multitude of pretty things at once. :)
Here’s another confession. I’m just barely getting into Instagram like I should. I actually created an account for my iPoud Touch waaaay back when it first started and then didn’t do anything with it until I decided to start a business one just a year ago. I know…I’m not exactly one to jump on the bandwagon of things and I’m still learning about it. I’m also not one to go Instagram hopping either (except for these past few days). It’s just I spend so much time on my computer that when I’m not working it’s nice not to look at the computer. Ya know what I mean Vern?
Meanwhile back at the ranch….
During the week leading up to National Scrapbook Day I’d participated in some craziness of the week with Big Picture Classes on Instagram–my first real soiree using Instagram–and I think that’s when Maggie first followed me, or at least that’s when I first noticed Maggie in my neck of the woods anyway. And being swept up in the craziness of the week, I followed her in return.
Like I say, it’s funny how things happen. I am sooooooo glad I clicked that little rectangle shaped +person button. I adore her work and I adore her! She just inspires me.
And now, she is here to inspire us all!
Take a look…
Just like the title says….wow is an understatement. I love everything about this page! Her collection of label printouts, the colored negative frames, the white background (go figure, right?)…it’s all just wrapped up into one bit of fabulousness!
Here’s what Miss Maggie has to say:
I usually use white cardstock to cut designs on my Silhouette because I really enjoy using a variety of media to color them in. For the film strips and cut words I used Neocolor II crayons…they are totally easy to use and come in wonderful colors. I’m LOVING greens and blues right now, so those were the crayons I chose here.
The coolest part? The next time I want to use these cut files I can cut them on white cardstock again and then make them pink…or yellow…or black…or all three. So fantastic.
Tune in tomorrow on account-a she’s ‘sleeping over’ and will have something fun to share for ‘breakfast’. ;)