Tuesday, September 29, 2009

PFOP - Scrap Pink Week

The girls at Pocket Full of Papers, the design team on eBay that I am a part of, are doing a challenge beginning October 4th. Everyone on the team will be listing at least one item using the color pink, and a portion of the ending bid amount will go to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. I ask you to consider checking out our listings next week and bidding on some great items!

Friday, September 25, 2009

This Place Is A Zoo

I had so many photos that it was tough figuring out how to arrange this one. I took over 100 pictures that day, and I ended up with very few with the animals in them. Of course, the people are the most important thing anyway. Hope you like our memories of our trip to the zoo!


Sunday, September 20, 2009

Check Out This Scary Layout!

This is listed on eBay right now. I love this layout! Wish me luck!

Hunting Eggs

Ashlyn had a blast last year hunting eggs at our house on Easter Sunday. As you can see from the pictures, they were hidden in some pretty unusual spots, including the dog's bowl (empty of course). I used the Cricut Winter Woodland cartridge for the title and the large tag (that is mostly hidden behind the pictures). I'm loving this cartridge!


Saturday, September 19, 2009

A Little Privacy Please!

I think I'm going to really like the Cricut Sweethearts cartridge, and I got it cheap -- a good combination! These pictures were taken of Ashlyn last year as we were getting ready to go to the zoo. She decided she needed to potty. Of course I thought she looked so cute with those sunglasses, I had to grab the camera! Don't ya know she's going to be so mad at me when she's 16!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

It's All About The Cross . . . Walk

A layout I've been working on all week! The journaling tells the story:

Several of us from church decided to participate in the 2008 Cross Walk on Good Friday. It began at Oak Forest United Methodist Church and proceeded to Midway United Methodist Church. What a blessing to see people carrying a replica of the cross that Jesus died upon. It truly made me mindful of the fact that Jesus bore a cross, was beaten, and then died on it for us. At the end of the walk, we gathered in the cemetery at Midway for a short service. Shortly after we arrived, someone yelled, “Look -- In the Sky!” When I looked up, there was a perfectly formed cross, made by the vapors of jets. It was a gift from God to us.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Age is Just a Number!

I made this card for a co-worker who refuses to tell her age. The inside of the card says, "Yours just happens to be unlisted." Hope you like it!