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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Team calls for K-Joi Studios!

I am looking for a few Team Members!


Creative Team/Social Media Guru's
I am looking for some GREAT scrappers to make beautiful, eye catching layouts with my kits. I will only require you to make 1 layout with each kit, but I need you to post it at DST, DSA, be active in one of these forums, or both (for CT Enabling threads, etc.), pop in forums at My Memories from time to time. Also, I would like someone who is active on twitter, facebook, pinterest, blog, scrapstacks and is willing to promote my kits by re-tweeting, sharing on facebook, re-pinning on pinterest, blogging and re-stacking my kit previews. I would need permission to post your layouts as samples on my product pages and to share in my newsletter. Please contact me by email at k.joi.studios at gmail dot com,  if you are interested.
Creative Team Coordinator
I am also looking for a CT Coordinator who is willing to coordinate the CT, make sure they are posting, help keep my social media active, etc. Coordinate posting dates with the CT and keep up with which kits need layouts made.
This person will have no layout requirements, but it would be appreciated. This person will have access to my Personal Use products to use as you wish.  Please contact me by email at k.joi.studios at gmail dot com,  if you are interested.
I look forward to hearing from you!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Offwhite Papers & Overlays, Vol 1 [kjoicu_owv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Offwhite Papers & Overlays, Vol 1 [kjoicu_owv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Mixed Media CU Overlays and Papers, Vol 1 [kjoicu_mmv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Mixed Media CU Overlays and Papers, Vol 1 [kjoicu_mmv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Distressed Papers, Vol 1 - Commercial Use [kjoicu_distressedv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools






















Distressed Papers, Vol 1 - Commercial Use [kjoicu_distressedv1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Book 'Em, Vol 2 - Commercial Use Overlays and Papers [kjoicu_bev2] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Book 'Em, Vol 2 - Commercial Use Overlays and Papers [kjoicu_bev2] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Book 'Em, Vol 1 - Commercial Use Overlays and Papers [kjoicu_bev1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Book 'Em, Vol 1 - Commercial Use Overlays and Papers [kjoicu_bev1] : CU Digitals, Commercial Use / CU Digital Scrapbooking elements, templates, overlays, actions, scripts and tools

Friday, October 1, 2010

Coolibah: Our New Designer - K-Joi Studios

Coolibah: Our New Designer - K-Joi Studios: " We are so proud to announce our newest designer.... K-Joi Studios! Her work is amazing and we know you'll love creating layouts with her ..."

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Over the years I have studied my genealogy slowly, but steadily. I am consolodating years of research from myself, my grandmother and her sister.

Here is a link to what I have on Rootsweb.com http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=karajones

Surnames include: ALEXANDER[8], ARIANSE[1], ARNOLD[1], BAKER[1], BARTON[1], BEALE[2], BECK[10], BLUE[1], BRADEN[1], BRENNEISEN[1], BROWNING[1], BROWNSON[2], BULKEY[1], BURTON[2], BUYS[3], BYSSHE[1], CARR[6], CHAPMAN[2], COKAIN[1], COMER[1], CRANFORD[1], CULLOM[14], DAVIS[1], DOLLIN[2], ELLER[1], ELLSBERRY[1], ELMES[1], FORD[1], FRYER[2], FUDGE[5], GARLAND[1], GIBSON[1], GOODRICH[1], GOODWIN[9], GOSTWICK[5], GRAYBEAL[5], HANNAH[1], HENDRICKSON[1], HENSON[2], HILL[2], HILLIARD[2], HINDS[1], HINES[1], HOWARD[6], HUDDLESTON[1], JANSEN[1], JARMAN_OR_JERMAN[1], JONES[6], KEHOE[8], KING[2], LUNG[1], MADDOX[1], MARTIN[3], MAXWELL[3], MCDERMID[1], MCGREGORY[2], MCHENRY[18], MCKNIGHT[1], MCKNITT[1], MCWHIRTER[1], MC_HENRY[4], MILLER[1], MOODY[1], MOORE[1], MOTTRAM[4], NICHOLAS[1], NORCRAFT[3], NORTHCRAFT[3], OTT[1], OTTINGER[1], OWEN[6], PARROTT[1], PECKE[1], PETRE[2], POPE[1], PORTER[2], POSEY[1], PYKE[1], RANDLE[1], RIDDLE[1], ROARK[3], SMITH[1], SMYTH[1], SPENCER[29], SPENCER_JR[1], SUSANNAH[1], SWINK[1], TAYLOR[2], THYSSEN[1], TIPLADY[2], TOWNSEND[13], TUCKWYLLER[1], TULLOCK[2], UNTON[1], VANOVER[9], VAUGHN[1], WALLACE[2], WAMPLER[3], WATSON[1], WENTWORTH[2], WILLIAM[1], WINTERSLICK[1], YATES[1]

If you have any of the same surnames, let me know and we can share information.

Here’s a couple other places I have information… I really need to consolidate. OK, I’m working on the consolidation process…

Kindred Konnections

Genealogy.com


helpful websites:
Putnam Co TN research
Alexanders of New Munster, Maryland
Larkin Maxwel line
Blue Family Genealogy Forum
National Blue Family Association
James Owen Fudge line
Wampler Family
Col. Thomas Beale line

Sunday, April 22, 2007

some projects I finished up

Altered jars for scraproom.





Here's an altered peanut can that I made to hold my stash of skeleton leaves.




...and a desk pencil holder...

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Welcome home Isabel Jones!


We brought her home today! She and Oliver are getting comfy around each other and playing! I couldn't believe it but she chased him around the living room and then he chased her for a little while. Now they are both snuggled up to me taking a nap!

Even though Oliver is a little jealous, he is curious and concerned when she whines and has already taken to her! I hope that they will be happy companions!

Sunday, November 12, 2006

In Memory of...


My brother. His birthday was today. He would have been 31.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth

An Incomple Manifesto for Growth... now that's an ear full... I found this gem of a piece through a link from this wonderful blog (Creative Collage)
So what does this have to do with scrapping? I think it has everything to do with scrapping and creativity! I'm just going to touch on a few of the points - they've been covered elsewhere and I'm nt goinng to repeat them all here (just click on the title to go view the Manifesto yourself.)
Allowing events to change you - growing and changing - don't we all resist this one? Even in our art, I know I do!
If you are working towards a specific outcome you will never go further than that. If you are working on a process (technique) you could soar! I try to always be technique driven. Sometimes I get caught up in the "vision" I have for a layout and those are the layouts that tend to be my worst ones. My best are the ones that I "let happen" I often say that there are no mistakes in scrapping - only happy accidents.
Don't be paralysed on where to begin -
JUST BEGIN!
Why is this so earth shattering?
Free youself of the limitations of being cool! I really like this one because I really don't follow the treand. I may like a product I see orlike a trend and use it, but i follow it because it's trendy. I do my own thing whether it's in style or not. I've never been cool, probably never will be cool - but that's kind of cool - huh?
Creativity often comes when we leave the modern things behind and go back to the "old school" way of doing things. The most prolific example of this is doodeling. It's been around forever. We did it when we didnt' have patterned paper. Now it's called funky and fresh! Hmmmmm.... How about cutters? Many complain about their cutters, great at first, but don't stand the test of time. You know what I use? A metal "T square", glass mat and an Excel blade. Nothing I've found works better, and I've tried them all, literally!
So, after reading the manifesto, what do you think? How does it apply to your life and your scrapping?