Saturday, June 7, 2008

Since Patrick is content with a movie right now I will post a few more just because I can...hehehe. I really need to start cropping my pictures better. Something else to start working on.

This one was easy and quick too. The middle picture has a "yikes" rubon on it. Patrick found a rotten pumpkin and just had to touch it.

I actually painted the title on. I can't believe I dared to try it on my layout. I took a class from Tracy Austin at Alabama Scrapfest back in Feb. And that was the technique she was teaching. Of course during the class I did my title on a transparancy and then just attached it. I didn't think I would dare do it directly on my pages.

I cute some of the ornaments and pulled them to the front. The large ornament is from another sheet of BG paper. I added stickles on the large ornament too.

This is my hubby Nick and one of his many hobbies, woodworking. I have been itching to get my hands on this Cogsmo paper and I lucked out and got it as my Spice kit at Scrapdango and as a mini kit from Paper Popsicles. The mini kit has these awesome robot stamps Thats Jazzy Stamp Dreams. I will have something with those loaded soon. So stay tuned!

I took this photo on our trip to Gatlinburg at Christmas. I love this photo it looks like the mountains go on forever. The actual photo is so much better. The colors are amazing.

This is one for the 8x8 book I am making for Patrick of our pets and past pets. This was for one of the NSD challenges over at Scrapdango.

Glimmer mist for the background, rubons and a journaling block.

Cupcake was a puppy my dh found outside his office and he brought him home until we could find her a home. We were going to keep her but she kept escaping from our fence. I think she was a bit intimidated by Harley.


  1. Wow, look at all these wonderful layouts!! They all are amazing!! I especially love the one where you painted the title!! Awesome job!!

  2. wowzers you have been buzy! Love these pages! My faves are the pumpkin one! Awesome colors choices!

  3. BEautiful pages!! i especially love how you did that glimmermist...