Thursday, June 26, 2014
The hubs asked me to come to his school this week and do some scrapbooking with the junior high students. I quickly made up a mini album using solid color cardstock and cereal boxes. The girls were very polite, keen and seemed to enjoy making them.
Today is the last day of school for my children so now I can't wait to start making our summer memories!
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
So close to the end of the school year, yet so much to do in that time. Here are three teacher gifts I have prepped.
To make these gift card holders, I designed a long tag in the Cricut Craftroom and then folded it over to hold a giftcard. My children go to school in French, therefore the "Merci" cut from Create A Critter is perfect.
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Hello scrappy peeps! Earlier this Spring, I was fortunate enough to get to travel to Washington DC on a volunteer gig. We spent four days there touring museums, monuments and listening to human rights speakers. Love DC! On our way home, I did a four day stopover in Chicago. This album is for both cities. I tend to save/hoard travel memorabilia when I am away. This type of album is perfect for that because you can stick/smash it all in. In this album, I have boarding passes, maps, restaurant menus, tickets, programs a-n-d photos.
In DC, I can across a stationary store called Papyrus. They had a tiny little section of travel scrapooking items. I bought an journaling pack and a roll of washi tape. I figured these would be a great scrappy souvenir I could use to scrap my trip.
The paper in this album is quite the mishmash of Crate Paper, My Minds Eye, DCWV and Recollections. Anyone else notice that Recollections has paper identical to My Minds Eye? I did not use alot of Cricut cuts in this album. I used 50 States, From My Kitchen and Just Because Cards.
Thanks for stopping in!
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Here is a clean and simple card for the hubs for Father's Day. He likes the color blue and therefore he has many, almost, identical blue dress shirts and ties. My son and I joke that his co-workers probably think he wears the same outfit every single day.