We are extremely sad to share with you that Blogger has closed down our Main Blog - "Olive Juice Studio" found at http://www.olivejuicestudio.blogspot.com. We apologize for this VERY unexpected inconvenience and any frustration it may have caused you trying to access our site. Believe me, we are just as frustrated, if not more!!! Blogger's spambot software accidentally flagged our blog as a SPAM SITE due to a sudden increase in traffic on June 1st and June 2nd and thus shutdown our entire blog. OJS is NOT a spam site -it's a craft site and we are actively trying to resolve this issue.
It has been nine full days now with no assistance from Blogger. We refuse to play the waiting game any longer and have decided that Blogger is NOT the blogging platform we want to work with any longer. We are currently in the process of setting up an official Olive Juice Studio website.
Until we can get someone from Blogger to review our blog manually to remove this error, we are unable to retrieve any of our content. We also have no way of contacting our followers/readers to let them know what is going on. If you know of anyone trying to access OJS PLEASE help us by spreading the word.
Our NEW website URL is: http://www.olivejuicestudio.com/
Please help us out by telling your online friends that we have moved to a new location. If you would be so kind to post our new URL on your blog/website we would be forever grateful for your kindness!
We are still moving content to our new website and are just in the beginning phases of setting it up BUT you are more than welcome to stop by! Please overlook our mess during this "construction" period - We have very little "decor" at the moment but are digligently working on our new site -We have a lot of work to do! We are confident that OJS will be a much better site with more to offer in the near future.
Thank you so much for trying to find OJS! I sure miss seeing all of you!
Olive OJS followers, don't you?
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
A cute card for the perfect thank you to give to the person who has Moooooooooooo'ved you so much! It's a sure thing that it will not only cause a big smile but a few chuckles as well! This card was made using the "Create a Critter," and "Wild Card" Cricut cartridges. Like what you see and want to make one yourself? Check the Videos/Tutorial link for instructions and/or video.
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Such a pretty kitty (a.k.a., snow leopard) for my son's 4th grade zoo project. It measures 21" in length and approximately 18" tall. The body was made out of foam board covered with snow leopard fur. If you look closely you can tell that the front legs are 3-D because we paper mached the legs to give them some dimension. Be on the lookout for this handsome guy to reappear in another project soon! We're just trying to decide what exactly we want to do with him! :)
Monday, April 19, 2010
Va Va Vooom!
This sassy and sophisticated framed shoe art is SMOKIN' Hot and will definitely add class to any room it is in! Hang on the wall or display on an easel as shown above.
"Wishing You a PurrrrrFect Birthday!"
Here's a super quick card that can be used for a birthday or "just because" card for that royal princess in your life! Cartridges used: Paisley and Once Upon a Princess.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
A darling 2-page 12x12 layout of my two little hams celebrating St. Patrick's Day! I'm not sure what is happening with my youngest fella with the flared nostrils....Maybe...just maybe he actually DID see a leprechaun! This layout was made using a solid green Bazill base, patterned paper in a green tone (sorry I forgot to write down the manufacturer for this one). Both pieces of patterned paper were cut at 10"x11" and adhered to the solid green paper. The larger photo was printed out on 8 1/2" x 11" photo paper and then cropped a bit. The pot o'gold, shamrocks and leprechaun were cut from the Paper Dolls Cricut Cartridge. The font was cut using Alphalicious. White paper was used for the shadow and the base was cut from black paper at 2 1/2". The flower is a Prima using three different flowers to give dimension - the center was made using gold Stickles. The vine is actually a piece of scrap green ribbon with gold beading down the center. All of the die cuts were given some pizazz and sha-zam by using Sakura gel pens in gray, black and white - yellow, gold and green Stickles were also used on the die cuts to kick 'em up a notch!