Monday, December 12, 2011
Today I share some of the photos on a layout done for Nuts About Sketches #191. I loved working with this sketch!
While our photos don't show it, we do cherish this Christmas season for it's true meaning, the celebration of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. And just in case I do not post in December again, I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Monday, November 14, 2011
I don't have many pictures to share yet, but Saturday 11-12-11 was a glorious day! We celebrated Ken & Annette's wedding and the beginning of their life together. Kent was Best Man, Seth and Tessa were Junior Attendants. The wedding ceremony was beautiful and touching. Don't ask about Friday... let's just say we are giving glory to God and thanks to the many who prayed for Tessa to be well on Saturday (she felt fine and was a lovely junior bridesmaid). We are so happy for Annette and Ken and hope they are having a wonderful honeymoon/vacation this week. I look foward to having more photos to share in the future (esp. since I don't have one of the "boys" in their tuxes!) And my apologies to Pastor Chris for the blurry photo, but the expressions on the bride's and groom's faces were so perfect and so "them" that I had to share!
Monday, October 17, 2011
Monday, October 3, 2011
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Now you have to go over to Nuts About Sketches to see the sketch (week 177) and all the other wonderful layouts that the team did with this sketch! Shawn reveals a new sketch each week, so be sure to bookmark her blog (or become a fan or FB follower) so you won't miss any!
Friday, August 19, 2011
I hot glued the crayons around a $1 tin (and another one that is larger and will hold the napkins). The "supply centerpiece" is mostly held together by glue dots and rubber bands (so it can be disassembled and most of the supplies used later.)
For these little "survival kits" I found the free printable labels online at Bee in our Bonnet's blog and the little storage boxes in the clearance section at Staples.
I also plan to put bundle some pens, expo markers and pencils for all Tessa's "specials" (Music, Art, Computer, Library, etc.) and use these cute labels from Itsy Bitsy Paper by Lindy.
Now, if only the kids supplies would label themselves, we would be ready!
Friday, July 22, 2011
Friday, June 10, 2011
I'm also saying good bye to my design term at The Scrapping Spot. For the last 10 months I had the honor to create with Jill and Cathy's wonderful kits and I had a blast! Their June kit is perfect for your summer fun photos and memories. I'll show you the projects I made using it:
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Friday, April 1, 2011
I thought I'd share my projects with you today.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Wow, it's snowing a bit here in NC on March 28 - you can be sure I took a photo of that this morning!
I'm enjoying the "Project 12" monthly summary layouts. You can find all the details here at Davinie Fiero's blog: Project 12. I used the sketch this month and The Scrapping Spot's April kit with Bo Bunny's Ad Lib line.
I can't wait to do a March layout, but there's still a few things to enjoy this month, especially for Seth, who will be turning 12 in a few days!
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
It is sold out but they have some more wonderful kits coming this Spring, so stay tuned! Here are my March designs:
March "marching on" and I'm just trying to keep up! Dr. Seuss celebrations, basketball (for Seth and on TV... ♥ March Madness), soccer starting for the kids, other school activities, and Seth's birthday at the end of the month are making for a busy but fun March! I'm glad Spring Break is in April this year (what we have left of it after losing days to snow make-up days). Hope your March is "marching on" in the direction you'd like! Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, February 28, 2011
Friday, February 25, 2011
They'll also go see "Seussical the Musical" on Monday, make "Cat in the Hat" hats, eat green eggs and ham, make Oobleck, and read lots of Dr. Seuss books!
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
My blog header was also made using this adorable kit. If you'd like to see more, head over the The Scrapping Spot's Blog. This kit makes me smile and brings me a feeling of hope for Spring. We'll see what the groundhogs have to say about that tomorrow!