I'm sitting in my hotel room in Cleveland. I was going to post some photos from my arrival at the airport and decided to make a quick digital layout instead. Back on the Project Fifty-Two wagon, here is the layout:
Credits: Julia Makotinsky from Little Dreamer Designs (white journaling shapes), CD Muckosky from Little Dreamer Designs (heart), Ligia Orsati (brown paper background), Miss Crow (notebook strip), Balzer Designs (stars).
Here are the paper airplane photos a bit larger:
These are *huge* sculptures hanging in the Cleveland airport. They're made to look like paper airplanes and they are sooooooooooo cool! I'm telling you, art is everywhere! It makes me happy.
I drove from the airport (man, I love driving - miss it, living in NYC and all) straight to Beachwood Studios. I was relieved to discover that the box from Sakura of America had arrived. Whew. While I was setting up my projects (I tape TWELVE segments tomorrow), I chatted with two very nice women from ProvoCraft. They were there demonstrating the Cricut and the Yudu. I want a Yudu! I was so jealous when they gave one to each of the hosts.
I managed to set up for my seven Sakura segments. And I finished a last minute photo frame project as well. But, I've been so busy and sleep deprived that I...*blush*...forgot to pack a few important supplies! Eek! Luckily, there is a Michael's right across the street from the studio. I meant to go in a grab the four things I had forgotten, but I kind of got lost amongst the scrapbooking supplies. I showed great restraint (I mean, I don't have that much room in my suitcase after all) but couldn't help buying a TON of Prima stuff. I had never seen the Prima stuff in Michael's before. It's so cute and the prices were so reasonable, so now I have to tote home a whole bunch of flowers and ribbon and felt. Ah, well. It's a hard life.... Here's a quick pic:
Then, I headed back to my hotel room to work on the remaining five segments. And now, it's almost time for bed! I'm sure there will be lots more to share tomorrow!
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