I had a rough week. My boss and friend Jim Fry passed away on Monday and his service was Friday. Those who spoke captured his spirit - it was a nice good-bye.
I finally got to work. My friend Pati invited me to a crop last night - Columbus Scrappers. Got me moving again. This first page is my son at work.
A family picnic. One of the rare times all my brothers and sisters were together in one place for a group picture.
I saw this sketch and knew I had pictures that would fit it. Love my little guy in his Browns' gear. I can't wait to have a grandson who can wear these!
As you can see, I'm scrapping old pictures. My son is 21 :)
When I first started scrapping, I put lots of pictures on a page - very distracting. Now I'm going back and picking out some of my favorites to re-scrap.
I love this page. I saw this layout on the web somewhere and knew I had to do it with a picture of my sisters. I don't stamp much on my layouts but I like they way it turned out. Those flowers are my own creation.
My husband's mother said she fix him anything he wanted for dinner for his birthday. When the 3 boys heard it was cabbage rolls, this was their reaction. They are looking at the adults at the table like we are crazy. They each eventually tried the cabbage rolls and decided they weren't so bad!
I participated in a swap last year. We were to make cards based on a Proverbs 31. Each of us had one verse. The directions did not specify which direction we were to make our cards so they were made both horizontal and vertical! How to bind them? I've had them clipped together in a pile for so long. I've just started putting up pictures/decor in my scrap room and decided to hang these from string - like a clothes line. I may just put up more of this "clothes line" so I can display some of my scrap pages.
I have a pile of scrap paper that I need to either put away or use. Hopefully this week I'll get some cards made. Thanks for stopping by. Susan