Saturday, July 26, 2008

Back Row...


Yup, my youngest son plays percussion in the band & he was in the BACK ROW for this concert. None of the pictures were the "greatest" but I thought this layout idea worked. I even added a pocket for the program.
I'm so proud of him for playing in percussion in the band. I can't wait to see him in the marching band next year. None of the rest of us are "musically inclined" so it's good JT is exploring his interests!
Scrap Supplies: Paper - Basic Grey Periphery, SU! Soft Sky, Choc Chip, Kraft; Ink: CTMH Chocolate; Rub Ons - SU! Love & Happiness

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Proud to be an American!


Wow! I can't believe it's been over 4 months since I've last posted to my BLOG! I've REALLY got to do a better job of keeping up with this. Today I'm posting a layout theme idea I got from a scrappin' blog I like to visit: Totally Random. Jenn has lots of fun challenges! This was for Challenge #4 - Use Song Lyrics. I wrote the idea down and just got to it when I was playing SCS VSBN. The song I added was by Lee Greenwood "Proud to be an American". Paper: Reminisce (The Freedom Collection) Bazzill Red, Embellishments: Stickers Reminisce, CTMH Charm, Red Ric Rac

I've Arrived!

In my usual fashion, late but with a GREAT story to tell. I didn't join the bloggers of the world until now because what would I have to share, at the time, I didn't think anything...well...I've changed my mind. I do want to share with all my friends and family-- my thoughts, creations and ideas. So, welcome to my World.

We'll Live, Love and Laugh 4 Life together!

The View from My Window

The View from My Window
Looking out the Living Room Window I realized today was a good day to get those projects I've been putting off DONE! It was beautiful to look at but I sure didn't want to get out in it this morning! Good thing I was on vacation.