Thursday, October 29, 2009

It feels good to scrap again

I haven’t had much time to scrap lately, or when I do have time I’m too tired. That’s the way it goes, I guess. I’ve managed to get a few new layouts done recently- yeah!


The twins and their close friends at the end of 5th grade last year.
Pop Summer by Glam Fairy at scrapbookgraphics, Text Paths Collection 1 by Jen Caputo at scrapbookgraphics; fonts: CK Curly Cursive, Century Gothic

journaling:   What a difference a year can make! Sarah thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of her birthday party this year. We opened gifts first so the kids had time to play while we finished getting dinner ready. After dinner we enjoyed cake and ice cream and then talked and played some more with the Tamblyns until bed time. Sarah received lots of new animal friends, the La-Ti-Da Hair Salon My Little Pony Set, and a Dora the Explorer Wii game. She was one happy and content 4 year old little girl that night!
credits: Template 130 by Yin Designs; All The Sweet Flavors by Lauren Grier; Sweet Cupcake by Dani Mogstad; Bubblegum Kinda Love by Traci Reed; fonts: CK Becky, FO Journal Away

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journaling: One night during fall break, we sat down and made goodie bags for Brenna's 1st grade Halloween party. Bat rings and small candies filled the inside of the containers and we will hand out glow bracelets to the kids as well at the party on October 30.
credits: Spooktacular
Solids, Elements, and Addon by Dianne Rigdon at scrapartist; Black Jelly alpha by Lili Designs at scrapartist
for hybrid goodie bags:
Spooktacular Papers and Spooktacular Wallart by Dianne Rigdon at scrapartist
fonts: Tom's New Roman

journaling: It’s hard to believe that our little Sarah is 4 years old already. She has definitely brought some extra spice into our family, that something unique that we wouldn’t be the same without. Most of the time sweet, she has just a bit of sass and spunk too, which means that things are never boring with her around. She wants to be like her big sisters, but I’m sure that she will find her own way eventually too.
credits: Rebel Rock by Pixel Works at scrapartist; template by Zora, Jennifer S. Wilson |; fonts: Century Gothic

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