A friend sent me this in an email today.
Britain's Got Talent
(Click on the link to watch, and be sure your sound is on!
And just because no post is complete without a picture, here's a cute little guy I found on etsy, that will soon be added to my winter snowman collection.
November 30, 2010
November 25, 2010
November 22, 2010
November 21, 2010
A few layouts to share
(the color is really off on this one...the pink cardstock background is the same as the doilies. Another reason to not take pics on a dark dreary day)
No school this week, so we've got lots of things planned, besides eating turkey. Some of which may or may not include scrapbooking ; )
November 19, 2010
Banners are all the rage right now in scrapbooking, whether it's a tiny banner added to a layout, or one made to hang as room decor. I think they are so cute!! Here's 3 layouts, all with a fun little banner added for an embellishment. (click on the pics for a larger view!)
For the Walking with Grandpa and #1 Star Wars Fan layouts, I used a triangle punch I bought years ago. It came in quite handy for punching the banner shapes!! The other layout is made out of stickers from My Minds Eye Lost & Found collection, with Jenni Bowlin alphas for the numbers added. I Love the My Minds Eye banner stickers, but the glitter numbers don't show up very well, so adding the JB stickers remedied that! For that last layout, I'm going to have my Dad-in-law do the journaling on a tag that pulls out from behind the picture. There's a long story that goes with the picture of his Mom from 1938. Notice she is wearing pants. Women didn't wear pants in 1938, at least not out in public, and especially not when they were getting ready to play their guitar at a dance. I never got to meet my Dad-in-law's Mom (my hubby's Grandma) but I sure would have loved to. Everytime I hear a story about her I always think of the quote "Well behaved women rarely make history" Yep, I would have loved to have known her! wink wink
Happy weekend ya'all!
November 13, 2010
November 10, 2010
Halloween was the perfect evening for Cinderella and Harry Potter. Harry collected candy in a pumpkin and Cinderella wanted to carry a purse. I took so many pics that night, but this was one of my faves.