Monday, March 06, 2006

F and G are for....

F is Father
Mark brought home this picture from work a couple of weeks ago; they took it because he won the company's quarterly award for one of the projects he has been working on it.
credits: Berthoud & Blues by Tania Cordova at Scrapdish; metal plaques made by me; Pewter, silver and inked edge actions by Atomic Cupcake
fonts: Effloresce Antique

G is for Grandparents.
A few pics of Brenna with her grandparents and great-grandparents. We don't get to see them as much as we would like, but Brenna loves the things she gets from them and looking at their pictures. She talks about them all of the time.
credits: From the RAKweek prize kits at RAKscraps: papers by Robin Cabana, Amy Wolff, Shelly Chua, Tania Cordova, and Amy Knepper; heart charm on bow and gold heart brad by Amy Wolff; red and white heart disk by Tania Cordova; stitched heart border by Shelly Chua; alpha by Jeannie Papai
From Hearts Desire kit by the DigiChick designers: pink stitched heart by Fee Jardine; heart scribble by Kimber Giarrusso; pink and white brad by Mari Koegelenberg
Love you vellum sticker made by me, from the SWAK2 kit
Chipboard action by Atomic Cupcake
fonts: LD Letterpress and CK Sketch

The grandparents LO was also done for the RAKscraps nightowl chat on 3-5. In honor of the Oscar awards, we had to do a 'best' LO.

credits: Berthoud & Blues by Tania Cordova at Scrapdish; baby shoe by Mada Engel from Boyhood kit; stitching by Janice Dye-Szucs aka Maya of Scrapbookgraphics
fonts: Impact and Century Gothic

and one last one. I was looking for another picture and came across the photo album I had been putting all of my formal portraits in many years ago. Bryce, Brenna and Sarah all look(ed) so much alike at the age of 4 months.

OK, have to go because Sarah is fussing and won't be satisfied by anyone but Mama taking care of her.


Blogger Tania said...

Oh Great Layouts!! And congrats to your husband, I was wondering what that formal shot might have been for.

10:10 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Love the LOs! They're wonderful. And, what a handsome guy you've married.

I love the green eggs and ham photos, too.

6:46 PM  

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