For this one, I used a sketch by Julie at 52 sketches. Have I mentioned how much I love her sketches? AND, there are prizes! Which is totally NOT why "I" do them, I just love her sketches. :-)
Here's one I did a few days ago using a sketch from Little Book of Sketches. Do you SEE that ugly bug? Yea, not a bug, but an exoskeleton, but STILL, GROSS! :-D
Have a great night and I'll see y'all tomorrow morning for the new YITL word! :-)
This was the first time I used Glimmer Mist that I won from the NSD crop on Scrapdango. I inked the grungeboard, then sprayed with the mist. I love the effect! You probably can't see it in the photo as well as in real life. The paper is Prima Paintables.
Here is another layout for Peytons toddler to teen album. I used some chipboard letters that were RAKed to me by my scrappy friend Megan, using Basic Grey and Bazzill Bling paper. This is also my first layout with a water mark. I messed it up but if you look closely, you can see it on the right hand side in the middle. LOL
I couldn't wait to show y'all this PMS cclock! I'll probably show ya again when its completely finished. My friend Jessie sent a funny thing about what P.M.S. stands for and since I am (PMSing, LOL), I decided to make a PMS Time clock to hang in my scrap room! LOL It still needs the title and the ribbon hanger, but I thought it was pretty funny!
I'm not sure, but I think this is what is called hybrid. I used digital lemons and used Word to type the days of the week on them. Then I printed them up and cut them out. The paper is Karen Foster. I did the water mark better on this one. :-)
1. I'll never forget when we moved to South Florida.
2. I'll never forget when we moved to Pennsylvania.
3. I'll never forget when we moved to Alabama.
Oh yes, indeed, each one is a story. I'll write about the latter. Alabama. What does that conjure up in your mind? Yep, it did me too. :-D
To keep things in perspective, you have to remember that we moved from Pennsylvania to Alabama, so it was a move in the right direction. But Alabama? You've GOT to be kidding! When Glen started talking to a recruiter, he said the only places he didn't want to go were Alabama or Mississippi. Oh, the job is in Alabama, you say? Well, okay, we'll take a look. LOL
I remember the day we moved to Alabama like it was yesterday. It was one of the happiest days of my life. It was November 6th, 1993 and it was snowing as we left our home in Pennsylvania. We drove straight through to Birmingham, Alabama and it seemed like a heat wave when we arrived! (Although the locals thought I was crazy for wearing shorts! LOL) It was so beautiful. Flowers were blooming and our future looked bright once again. We lived at the Mountain Brook Inn for about a month, until we found and closed on our home in December and we've been here ever since. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians, there are gentle rolling hills and the seasons are moderate. We're only 4 hours to the Gulf of Mexico, so beach getaways are many. Love my sweet home Alabama! :-)
For this one, I used a RAK from my scrappy friend Megan and I CASEd Robin's layout.
Now for a funny photo. I took this after I had posted my photo of the day on my other blog, otherwise, THIS would have been it! Check out this funny bunny! Who knew rabbits liked to swim? Or maybe they don't, maybe Muffin was just really hot, like the rest of us. LOL
I hope y'all had a great scrappy weekend also! :-)
This photo cracked me up. Glen came up with the title. :-D
I used a sketch from April Page Maps for this one. I just took these photos today, so as you can see, I wasn't kidding when I said I was caught up! LOL
Tomorrow is another scrappy day, so I'll probably have more of Peytons toddler to teen album to share. Thanks for looking! :-)
I used a sketch from a sketch site, but I can't remember which one.
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