Thursday, June 17, 2010

No Rest for the Weary!

When it rains it pours, at least here in Utah in June and during CHA crunch time. I wish I had some great photos to show you, but I haven't been taking much while I've been working (of the kids that is).

I will say, that I received my Little Yellow Bicycle package yesterday afternoon and I've seen two lines being released for them this summer. Um, WOW!! They continue to out do themselves. There is one particular line that I think people will go nuts over. I wish I could tell you more. I wish I could give you a peek, but trust me. They have really done a great job.

Since I can't show you any of that stuff, I thought I would share a few older projects. This is from March's Stories to Tell article, which had a "Wish" theme:



You can download this issue here at Scrapbook Trends.

And then there is this one from May 2010's article, which had a "Heritage" theme. I wanted a layout that would introduce my kids and grandkids and their kids to my son, Joseph. I also wanted to show that heritage layouts don't have to be from the 1900's to count. They are any subject that leaves a legacy of memories!



You can download the May 2010 issue here.

And then I had the opportunity to work a few years ago with my friend, Angelia Wiggington, on her book "Playing with Paper" which you can purchase here on Amazon.



I wanted to share one layout from that book to peak your interest. I liked this two pager. It's nice and simple, but I sometimes struggle with 2 pagers in the 12X12" format, and I like how this one turned out.



Now I'm off to work on some more stuff. It's going to be a looooooooooong day, but hopefully a productive one!

4 comments:

  1. beautiful LOs and I like the new blog design !! good luck with your long day !

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  2. The butterflies are so pretty on the first page!

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  3. I just love your layout on Joey. Thanks for sharing such a tender work of love. When I attend a local Relay For Life in a couple of weeks to honor the memory of my brother, I think I will ask my family to share their thoughts of him, and how they would introduce him. I will then compile them into a layout as you've made. *tears*

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  4. Stunning!! Your page about your son is sooo touching. I adore your journaling...what a special tribute to him. Hugs..
    XO
    Danielle

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