Okay, I need some serious advice: what do you all think of the above? I took Brandon's team pictures the other night and thought I might make my own memory mates instead of using a template. If you were a parent who ordered one, would you be happy with this? I made a few small changes after I printed it out, but nothing major. I used Batter batter swing by Connie Prince from gottapixel.net
And below is week 18 P365, used all the same kits I've been using all along!
So, I managed to finish a couple more layouts to upload for the Persnickety sale! these are the last of Easter this year, which is very exciting to me, because I haven't scrapped Easter 2009 or 2010 yet! Anyways, blogger still won't let me type where I want to for some reason so the above layout is for the family book. I used Bloom and Grow by Lindsay Jane from gottapixel.net I used the kit for both layouts. Tell me what you think of the first one? Is it funky? I think I like it!
The layout below is for Brandon's book.
I have a feeling I'm done for the week, I just don't have any more ideas to scrap right now, so I guess I will be happy with uploading 18 layouts to Persnickety tomorrow! YAY!
I have been having the hardest time with blogger lately, either I can't type where I want to, it underlines when I don't want it to, or I can't get it to post! I've never had so many problems! Anyways, above is last weeks P365 layout (week 17) I used the big Jan. kit from scraporchard.com as well as the capturing day by day kit by Isabelle Mendez from gottapixel.net The same kits I've been using all along, but I love that there are so many elements it's easy to mix them all up!
And below is my first Easter layout this year, this one is for Randy's book, I think the kit is Bloom & Grow by Lindsay Jane from gottapixel.net
Persinickety prints is having a print sale starting this Friday May 6th, to celebrate NSD! I am excited to print as now I am up to 16 (hoping to have a few more by then, too) and I have a nice credit to my account thanks to a very dear friend! (thanks again, Tammy!)
I've been doing a good job getting pages done & printed, but I still haven't mastered the skill of actually getting the pages into books! I am so so bad at that! I have literally hundreds of pages scrapped but not put away! Part of it is they may not all be in order, part of it is trying to figure out what kind of book to put them in and part of it is trying to figure out how to seperate them, by year? (2010- this is what I will do for the family book) or by grade?(Freshman/Sophomore I think this is what I will do for the boys, but then where does the summer fall? with the previous grade or the following grade?) Geesh, I guess I've got issues! LOL! Got any suggestions?
I am a WAHM of 2 fantastic and very active boys, Randy 17, and Brandon 11. I have been married to my husband, Clinton, for 19 years.
I think I have been crafting forever it seems. I really can't remember a time in my life that I wasn't doing something crafty! I started rubber stamping more than 15 years ago, it was my passion for a very long time. I started scrapping about 10 years ago, I think. In 2006 , I received a cricut for our anniversary from Clinton, I have hardly touched my stamps since! I upgraded to the expression in May of '07, what a great machine!
Besides scrapping, I also enjoy making little mini albums and such for gifts.