Thanks so much to all of you that "hopped" by this weekend to check out my blog and the Scrapbook Daisies blog hop. I loved reading your comments and emails too : ) Now for the winner of the giveaway.... True Random Number Generator Min: 1 Max: 17 Result: 13 Powered by RANDOM.ORG
The winner is lucky # 13, Celeste B. Congrats Celeste!! Please email your address to email@example.com and I'll have your package on it's way! And, just because a post isn't a post without a photo, here's Gracie wearing her "favorite boots."
Welcome to the next stop on the Scrapbook Daisies April Scraplift blog hop :)
(If you arrived here first, be sure to go back and start at the beginning of the hop on the Scrapbook Daisies Blog so you don't miss out on any of the fun!)Also, be sure to leave a comment here on my blog for a fun scrappy giveaway. I'll draw a name Monday morning.
This month, Martha gave me a great kit to make samples for the Scrapbook Daisies store. I was so excited to play with all the fun products from My Little Shoebox, and even more excited to get to "scraplift" Design Team member Tanya. Here's my layout... remember to click on each photo for a larger view
And here's Tanya's layout that I scraplifted. I followed her lead, and used 2 overlapping photos, and page title on the right. My tree branch was in place of her clouds, and my grove of trees on the bottom was in place of her flowers. Thanks so much Tanya for such a great layout to scraplift!!!
Here's another layout for the store about the tons of photos I took on our vacation to Yellowstone last summer. Yes, you read that right, I took 4,395 photos!!!
Notice the piece of vintage (lol) film on this one.
The cute little camera and journaling spots are by October Afternoon, another purchase from the Scrapbook Daisies store ; )
I had some old silver spoons that once belonged to my Grandma and Great Grandma. Add those to one of my Mom's silver spoons, along with a frame and some paper from My Minds Eye and you get some really cool kitchen decor.
I love how this turned out, and can't wait to hang it right next to our kitchen table. Sometimes it's the little things that mean the most.
I did a little scrapbooking over the weekend. I'm still working on pics of our vacation from last summer (I call it the never ending stack of photos), here's one to add to that album.
The cute little owl, tree, lantern, journaling stickers and paper are all from the new October Afternoon camping line. I found the smores paper at a super cute scrapbook store in Missoula Montana. I started a fun kitchen decor project today. It's drying as we speak, so I'll have it to share with you tomorrow!
Here's a layout for Gracie's album about her love of being outside, in her "fancy clothes" as she says. Which in her opinion, makes it all the better.
I've got a random mix on this one: papers- My Minds Eye & Making Memories, alphas & numbers - Jenni Bowlin & American Crafts, journaling spot - Colorbok, banners - Jenni Bowlin, die cuts - My Minds Eye & Colorbok, bird - Prima, ribbon, rhinestones. Have a great day!
So the colors are a bit off on this one (why do I wait until after sunset to remember to take photos??)
That's my hubby's Grandma in the picture, and from all the stories I've heard, I would have loved her. Notice what she's holding? Those are all photo albums. And the best part...along with all the photos, newspaper clippings, receipts and everything else she kept in them, she also wrote the names, the dates and the stories to go with all of it. I love that Grandma was a scrapbooker, but didn't even realize it back then. Last year my Father-in-law gave me all those albums. Talk about priceless.
One of my favorite things, written next to some of the photos, "I have no idea why I took this darn picture, or who the heck these people are." Seriously, I would have loved her.