Buried Treasures

“On Thursday July 23, all participants of the “Buried Treasure” project
will re-post a favorite blog post as part of the Buried Treasure collaboration.”

This project is all about highlighting some old posts or art or lay outs
or whatever you once blogged about.
“Dig deep, and find some buried treasures” – and I did!


I want to highlight a few things from “the old days” when I just started bloggin’
and hadn’t much readers yet… For all of you who came visiting me a little later,
here’s a lay out I published on December 6th 2008.
I recommend you hop over to the old post  to read (all about) the journaling.


I spend a lot of time on making a tutorial with step-by-step photo’s about
“binding a book the Japanese way” and I want to point that post out too…


And on March 18th I published some photo’s of the art/objects 
of my graduation-exhibition back in 1988.
That’s probably the oldest art by me that I showed you on this blog,
so let’s highlight that post again!  


I hope you had fun looking at the “buried treasures” I dug up for you!
I’ll be back tomorrow with a new Lotus lay out and if you weren’t there already:
take a look at my post #100 if you’re in for a RAK.
The link is at the top right of my blog…

See you tomorrow!

Je t’embrasse 

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11 Responses to “Buried Treasures”

  • Sharmaine Says:

    lol i’m back 🙂
    Love the posts you have buried and brought back out.

  • Danielle Hayes Says:

    Good for you Marit!!! You used purple!!! Does this mean I win? LOL

    I am working on a card for the challenge, because I need something quick, because I have to do another lo for the dt before August, and I would feel bad if I didnt do something for SOL, after being guest dt. And I am going to the Creating Keepsakes scrapbook convention next Thursday!! YIKES!!! Way too much to do!!!

  • kate Says:

    great blog – glad i visited

  • marsha jorgensen Says:

    Your buried treasure is wonderful! I especially love seeing your graduation exhibition work – I had mine in 1988 too! You look far better than I did though – I had big Midwestern big hair, I mean big! And your work looks amazing! I am so glad to have found your blog and be able get to know you. thanks for all of your great visits and words lately. I appreciate them so! – marsha

  • Bree Says:

    wow you are amazing.. just wanted to stop by and tell you that!

  • Vivian Says:

    Wat leuk om even terug te gaan in de tijd, je art page is werkelijk prachtig! Je bent dus al heeel wat jaartjes aan het het scrappen zie ik 😉
    De binding techniek vind ik helemaal te gek, binnenkort ga ik een mini maken op deze manier!

    groetjes Viv

  • cindy Says:

    fabulous. thanks for sharing again … things that I missed out on before. I love your work.

  • ~*~ Patty Szymkowicz Says:

    I enjoyed your buried treasure posts VERY much! Seth’s collaboration is a great way to get to visit new artists!

  • Carol@Swallowcliffs Says:

    I will be back to see the binding technique!

  • Anonova Says:

    That’s some treasure alright! I’m so glad Seth re-posted your link. Great work!

  • sandra407 Says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.