Here's a random assortment of layouts that need to get put in their albums. But they can't go to there until I've showed 'em to you! So here we go in no partickler order.
My mom and me when I was 7 1/2 months. How do I know that? Because she might not be a scrapbooker, but dating and labeling photos is very important to her so she wrote it on the back.
The journaling reads: I am the one who made you a mother. But the mother I am is because of what you taught me."
There. Hope that brought a tear to your eye too.
It was done for a LiitD challenge to use glitter, chipboard, ribbon and some other stuff, using the October - On the Easel, Studio Calico kit.
Next up. A piece of tightly hoarded paper by Bisous. Of the 10 pieces I bought TWO summers ago, this is the first one I've been able to part with.
I mean use.
Every single one has SO MUCH HAPPENING on it! AND they're double sided! And so pretty!! To use? To not use. To frame? STRESS!!!
Anyway, it's all good.
Racquel is my neice.
She has more energy than is legal.
And for a bit of contrast, something nice and clean. I used a LiitD sketch and did it for a color challenge to use brown, green and blue.
Loving those Making Memories butterflies. Can't stop myself using them!
The photo is of Jeff and Amy last summer in Kenora.
Can we call it last summer if it's still the same calendar year?
Now a layout about the Benster.
For a challenge to use up some numbers from the alphabet sets. Sad to say, even this layout hardly made a dent!
Photo taken last spring for his senior shoot.
Poor kid weighs in at 150 lbs and is struggling to gain weight.
Did I say poor kid? Mmm, not what I meant.
Dug into the archives for these pics! 1994! How I would love to visit this day again for a little while.
But whatever. I have the pics.
So, it happened.
Everyone was having fun.
More Studio Calico - On the Easel kit.
Studio Calico Sunday sketch. Combined with a challenge to use some overlays. Add to that, the July Studio Calico Maya Road chipboardy things and you get this layout.
Just some miscellaneous photos from the lake this summer. Last summer. The summer that was this year. You may see these photos again. They're too good to use only once.
OH! And check out the wood grain leaf stem on the left!! Mactac! Look for more on THAT subject in the future.
Last one is fridge photo. You know, the kind you get from people around the holiday season each year?
Or if you get one from me, in May.
I never get tired of doing snowflake layouts, but I don't get so much opportunity anymore living here in AZ. So this one was fun!