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21 July 2009


lorraine lewis

Silly girl, nothing to be nervous about- of course they are amazing!

Love the video- can't wait for the movie to come out

Jennifer Stewart

Oh, how I've missed your blogging. :) LOVE these boxes so much. So glad you're enjoying your summer, Rebecca!



The boxes are lovely.... I would really like to try creating some mixed-media art of some kind, but I always stop short of actually doing it! Other than digital scrapbooking and my blog, my creativity is a bit stifled right now.

I'm always pulled into your space here when I see a new post, just as your creativity pulls you back into your workshop and studio! Welcome back!


you know i always get so tickled when that etsy shop of yours has some new treasures.

Leah C

Love the boxes already...hope I don't miss them in the shop:)

star kennedy

I am so happy to see a new post today. I get so much inspiration from you. Thank you.


Tracie Lyn Huskamp

Rebecca.. as always, dear one... I am truly captivated by the depth and soul of your work.

You can bet I will be keeping an eye out in that etsy store of yours... maybe I will be lucky enough to call one mine.


Anne-Liesse Ankeny

So glad to see you back on your blog. I can relate to the pull of summer and the creative pull. I enjoyed the song, too--thanks for sharing. You've been on my mind lately as I finally finished the scrapbook page with the quote you posted on your blog a few months back about the capacity of the human heart. I have to say that I really enjoyed the creative process here and I appreciate so much your inspiration.
I really like the boxes, too, and can't wait to find them in your Etsy shop.
Enjoy the pull...

Alison Gibbs

Your box art is gorgeous

Suzette Ladouceur

I love the way you put words together. They have such feeling to them. I love your boxes. God has gifted with creativity. Glad you were able to posst today.


Wow!! They are gorgeous!! - Nina


Oh my, the age-worn look of those frames are a piece of art all by themselves. My mind is already in overdrive thinking of the pieces I have waiting for a redo. I know you must get bombarded with a zillion questions but I'm guessing I'm not alone in wondering if there is a certain type of paint you prefer/recommend?

What I always enjoy about your pieces of art are the random surprises that show up in the details. In this case the little nails not fully pounded in made me smile.

Glad to have you back!


Bah! You...nervous?!?!? Silly girl - 'kay I have to tell you: I literally stumbled across my "Life's Little Treasures" book (sadly, my DH let it get wet and rippled in the back of the car...ahhh that's another story) just this afternoon, and my heart sang. Literally. I took my daughter to my parent's house this afternoon, to visit the creek at the place I grew up, and it was a selfish, happy place for me to visit, as well. I love the peaceful "going home feeling" I get there. Rebecca, I feel the same way when I vist your blog. You have a gift for projecting your sweet self here, and it is a treasure. Thank you.

Zita - Mlle Magpie

Love what you're doing there, Rebecca. Can't wait to see more!


Your new boxes are gorgeous and the colors are so soothing! Can't wait to see them on your Etsy site. Great song!!!


Rebecca, these pieces are absolutely beautiful!! i love the pale colors, the stitching, and the tiny nails not pounded in all the way. i want to climb in and take a nap inside the one on the left.

Therese Bradley

These are truly lovely. I'm taking Jenni Bowlin's class at Big Picture Scrapbooking (she has sent everyone to your blog for a visual treat) and these fit right in. I'm feeling so inspired by these. After reading all the comments, I know these won't last long in your shop.


I love the boxes.... you are always so inspiring... my summer is flying by. 2 family reunions at our home have come and gone. Fishing in the Big Horns several times, most recently with 4 of the grandkids and was great fun!!Starting Monday I will be working for 2 weeks... ( I am a nurse at a busy pediatric office and only do fill in work for the other nurses now.) I love my job and am so thankful for it but really don't like working much in the summer. ;) I would rather be playing. Enjoy the rest of your summer...Penny

Jennifer Findlay

those are so cool! Love them!

Lisa @celebrate CREATIVITY

The boxes are lovely. What a great idea. I too, cannot step away from the creative process for very long without getting that "pull". Resistance is futile-lol.

Have a great week.

lori vliegen

i am just crazy over your new box pieces....they are absolutely fabulous!! :)

Ginny C.

Last night I reread your book, Treasures. I find about once a year I pull it off the shelf. That one book changed the way I scrapbook. Thank you, Rebecca, for reminding me to tell the whole story. The layouts may be a little dated (we all have moved on & became so much better at our arts), but the words are so true.

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