Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Did you know

that we've got a pirate in the family?
Ahoy Matey!

We've also got a blood sucking fiend apparantly...LOL

12 Days of Christmas...ARGGGGG

Here's a video of our motley crew singing the 12 days of christmas. Leave it up to the boys to add a little flavor, lol.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Birthday Pages

Love Made Visible
Merkeley Designs
Mocha and Pistachio Kit (frame, ribbon wrap and alpha resized)
Purty Curls
ksharonk designs
Monotype Corsiva

Birthday Kisses
Merkeley Designs
Mocha and Pistachio Kit (brad resized)
Monotype Corsiva

Sunday, December 09, 2007

5 years

ago my little man was born! Happy Birthday Baby! I mean BIG BOY!

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Big Kid

that's me! I love Christmas, I love putting together a list of things I want, even if I don't get them. It's just fun to wish isn't it? So I saw something today, I want it! looks awesome, like I could have a jolly good time playing with it. It's creating keepsakes kit of the month (or what ever they call it exactly.) they're a rockin' set of foam stamps, and they want to come and live with me! they do! really! they told me so, lol. aren't they lovely?
They're HUGE! there are like seventy five total in the set.

Oh honey! here's the start of my list, lol @ me!

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Feeling Lucky

Another Calendar topper
Template 6 from Amy Bleser's Just the Tops Calendar templates (SBB)
Ruffed Up Papers by Kaye Winiecki (Pickleberry Pop)
Irish Blessing paper by Kay Elfin from the St Patricks Day collect a kit (E-scape n Scrap)
Green Stained Wood Alpha by Misty Cato
Shamrock from Doris Castle's Bit o' Green (freebie)
Font-Monotype Corsiva

Autumn Harvest

Another Calendar topper
This is Aidan picking Apples this past October.

Template 9 from Amy Bleser's Just the Tops Calendar Templates available at Scrapbook Bytes
Autumn Bounty by Connie Prince available at K-Joi
Fonts- Monotype Corsiva and Selfish

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

New Header

I figured it was time to holiday up the old blog-a-roo. So I made a new header. I used Amy Bleser's BlogHeader Templates available at scrapbook bytes. I used LaWanna DesJardin's Merry Wishmas Kit. Font used is CK Holiday Spirit. The picture is of Aidan from christmas of 2005. I need to do a photo shoot soon for this year.

Thanksgiving Table setting

Here's the pictures promised a couple of days ago. one is of our place setting, complete with home made cloth napkins (I just loved the fabric) along with placecards and napkin rings made by Aidan, with only a little help from his Momma. There's a picture of my sewing the napkins (as you can see by my super red face and frizzy hair we were really working, lol) and one of Aidan coloring in the turkeys. I hope every one had an awesome thanksgiving.

New digi Layouts

"Is not a kiss the very autograph of love?" ~Henry Finck
Template by Jessica Gorny for HappyScrapz November template challenge
Fallen By Jessica Gorny (I flipped the Background around, and I recolored the stitches)

Dirty Tag ALpha By Jessica Gorny (from her Nov GrabBag at Oaks)
Fonts-Franciscan and CK Holiday Spirit

I'm working on chrsitmas gifts, going to try to get a least one calendar made. This will be for December.
Christmas Comes But Once A Year
Merry Wishmas by LaWanna DesJardin
Template 8 from Amy Bleser's Just the Tops Calendar Templates
Font- DSP Cybergram

Waiting for Santa
Lush Grids (Boyish) by Jessica Gorny
(The Great Frame) Wrap up By Jessica Gorny (from her Nov GrabBag at Oaks)
Dirty Tag ALpha By Jessica Gorny (from her Nov GrabBag at Oaks)
Santa Hat by Robyn Gough
Fonts- CK Holiday Spirit, CK Chunky Block

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Ready to get your gobble on?

We're gearing up for turkey day here. As we all know, Aidan helped make placecards already, and yesterday I finished up sewing my cloth napkins, they're lovely if I do say so myself. And I do! :) quite proud of them, I am. What cloth napkins could be complete withough napkin rings, so last night Aidan helped make turkey napkin rings. They're pretty cute (pictures to come of the ringed napkins tomorrow, but for now I'll include on of me sewing the napkins) and the table will look fabu. Today we made 4 pies, 2 pumpkin (I love the smell of pumpkin pie baking in the oven, totally a comfort smell) and 2 oreo cream pies. The recipe for that is on this blog, go back in the archives to NOV '05. I had to make a change though, because we don't use cool whip anymore. We've cut out partially hydrogenated oils from out diet, and so that rules it out. I made whip cream myself instead. We're thrilled to be able to have these again, we haven't made them for over a year because the oreos had that kind of oil in it, but Oreo has seen the light and gotten rid of it, and we now can partake of the yummy oreo goodness again. On that same note, making the pumpkin pies took longer as well, for the same reason, every store bought crust I could find had it, so we made our own, that was interesting, lol. We'll see how they taste tomorrow.

This was just a quick update. Have a rocking turkey day everyone!

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Aidan's Turkey Day Placecards

fun simple turkey day project with my little. I figured this way he'll feel involved with all th preparations. If I get my napkins made tomorrow, we'll make napkin rings.
the place cards were simple. scraps for the place cards (4x4 square folded in half) leaves with letters (punch), and the turkey is a stamp that I let Aidan color in, he was so proud of himself. then we stamped turkey tracks across each card.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Lil' Punkin

Aidan's little cousin Charlie, last Halloween.

Kit used is Autumn Bounty by Connie Prince from K-joi

Font DSP cybergram

Look Who's TWO

My son's younger cousin, turned 2 recently, I couldn't resist scrapping that sweet birthday girl smile!

Everything is from Fallen by Jessica Gorny
font is DSP Cybergram

Sunday, November 04, 2007

Paper scrapped gift

I know it's hard to believe. I've had the stuff to make this since I came back from IN/KY back in August. The picture is my cousin Sandy and me standing in what is left of a carriage trail on what was once land owned by my 5x great grandfather (Sandy's 3x great grandfather).
This is a gift I'm going to send to my cousin Sandy.
The background paper is paper salon. the frame is K&Co. the round stamps are Sandylion clear stamps. the larger journaling block is by Stampabilities. I used brilliance Ink in Cosmic Copper. and I used a Marvy scalloped circle punch. on the two little leaves are the month and year the photo was taken.
Top circle has out names, middle circle says where we are, and the bottom one says, Cousins, Friends, Family Historians.
The quote on the journaling block says "to forget one's ancestors is to be a brooke with no source, a tree with no root. ~Chinese Proverb"
This is relevent for us because we are the ONLY ones in the family with an interest in researching our family tree. It was quite an experience to stand there in that carriage trail, to see what was left of the tracks worn by years of use, and to imagine what it must have been like to live the way they did, to have to travel miles in a wagon on such rough terrain, to be so far from town.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Farmer Aidan

This is his "costume" for Halloween this year. We went from him wearing the same clothes, along with his toolbelt and hard hat (so he could be Bob the Builder) to being a farmer.

Autumn Mix by LaWanna DesJardinPainted Burlap-Alpha and Extras (red) by LaWanna DesJardinFont- DSP Cyber Gram

I got accepted to another CT

for Merkeley Designs., which can be found at Merkeley Designs and at Oscraps.

She's got some awesome stuff in her shops, I love her "A Big Alpha" which I used for the "1941" in the layout below.

The picture is my Great Grandfather. That's him behind the bar in his Saloon (one of many businesses that he had).


Blueberry Mountain (short stack) paper pack by Merkeley Designs
A Big Alpha by Merkeley Designs
Binder Clips Altered by Merkeley Designs
Purty Curls by Merkeley Designs
Sepia Stamps by Merkeley Designs
Spectrum Flowers by Merkeley Designs
Fonts MS Serif, Calligrapher, and Sylfaen

We only have a handful of pregnancy pictures, most were lost during my hard drive crash. This one is a scan of a really bad copy, but it's the only one from the end of the pregnancy, and a bad picture is better then no picture.
Blueberry Mountain (short stack) paper pack by Merkeley Designs
A Big Alpha by Merkeley Designs
Binder Clips Altered by Merkeley Designs
Purty Curls by Merkeley Designs
Sepia Stamps by Merkeley Designs
Spectrum Flowers by Merkeley Designs
Small Packages-Notepaper3 by ksharonk Designs
Font Arial

Friday, October 26, 2007


That's Ian's final GPA! It would have been even higher if we hadn't been without internet for a week during a 2 week long class. Ian you rock! I am so PROUD of you!!!
Ian "in the classroom"

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Just another day in Paradise

Things are going ok here. I am, as per the usual, feeling overwhelmed about the things that need to get done, and trying to find balance between the things that NEED to get done and the things I WANT to get done. I was going to make baked ziti today, I had just finished boiling the noodles for it and was in the process of draining them when I spilled the darn things all over the sink! To my credit I didn't burst into tears, lol. I just stood there with my mouth hanging open. I cleaned that up and just boiled another kind of pasta with some broccoli, and some baked chicken. I was so annoyed with my self. Part of the reason for that is my poor little guy is sick again, just a cold but he's miserable, and didn't sleep well, and was up about 2 and half hours earlier then normal. I'm waiting for him to crash. It's probably going to happen soon, and I'm going to have to crash with him, because I just know he'll be waking up a bunch during the night. So anyway, I had to take a tired and listless little manto Sam's club and the grocery store with me. then I filled the truck up. came home and unloaded it all. didn't have much time to get dinner made before Ian had to get up for work and then I botched the first batch of noodles. so you can see my day's been a bit tiring. BUT. I'm home with my little man more, and that's a good thing. We're acclimating pretty well, we just need to get more a routine and we'll be moving right along.
So here's to many more days in paradise- maybe minus the flubbed noodles and the sniffles.

Monday, October 22, 2007

I've been double tagged

by Meghan and Lissa
Here's the deal:
7 Random Facts I must post.So read them, comment on them & then check to see if your name is in the 7 I tag. If it is, list 7 Random Facts about yourself & pass on the tag to 7 people.

1.I just ate pancakes and eggs for dinner (you asked for random, lol).
2.I love reading, I've got so many books I could use a couple more tall bookshelves. Ian is in the same boat. So is Aidan. We could so totally open the McBride private library, lol.
3.I've read all of my books, multiple times. And I usually finish a book the same day I start it.
4.I have the best in-laws in the world. I get along better with them then I do my own family. :)
5.My youngest brother in law turned 16 yesterday. he was 6 when I met him!!
6.My babay is going to be 5 in a couple of months..AHHH! where does the time go?
and last but not LEAST!
7. Ian just finished his last class TODAY!! As soon as the figure out the grades for that, I'll be the very PROUD wife of a college graduate! It's been a long 4 years. But I'm so proud of him, he's worked so hard.

now I'm supposed to tag 7 people, but I think most everyone I know has already been tagged, and I don't know 7 people to tag. But I'll tag the people I know anyway, and if they've been tagged more then once, as Lissa said, just considered yourself extra loved.


Trick or Treat LO

I used a template by SStanton (there was no TOU, this was part of the file name) as a jumping off point.
Everything else is by LaWanna DesJardin.
Stitches- Bittersweet Autumn kit
Purple Glitz Alpha
Everything else is from her kit Moonlit Magic Fonts- Calligrapher and Arial

Saturday, October 20, 2007

2 new digi layouts

Well, I was going to upload to new pages I did , but blogger won't let me! oy.
So here's what you can do if you want to see them, click on one of my gallery links, and you can see them there, one is called "Magical" and one is called "Autumn Romp". I'll try to upload them here again later.
ETA: Here are the LOs. Details below

Autumn Romp
Did this for the Hawt Mama Template challenge this week (10/19/07)
I used LaWanna DesJardin's kit Bittersweet Autumn. The r, m, and p are done with the socket font, and I covered them (masked?) with the burlap circle from the kit so they would match.
Fonts- Socket and Arial
Started out with KimB's Pretty Twisted Template.
I used LaWanna DesJardin's kit Moonlit Magic
Font - Arial

Monday, October 15, 2007

Blog Action Day

Bloggers Unite - Blog Action Day
October 15th - Blog Action Day, bloggers around the web will unite to put a single important issue on everyone's mind.
In its inaugural year, Blog Action Day will be co-ordinating bloggers to tackle the issue of the environment.

We all know we need to do what we can to help the environment right? I can't help but think that if we don't step up and try to undo some of the damage done that there won't be a healthy world for our children. What do you do to help the environment? Our neighborhood doesn't do recycling at the curbside, so that's not an option for us. But we do help out in other ways. We've switched to reusable bags for our groceries. They totally rock. I've got five "String Bags" from We used to average 10 plastic bags or more a grocery shopping trip, and you several trips in and out of the house to unload the car. Now I use my 5 String bags (they can hold like 40 pounds a piece, which you know those plastic ones could never do) and I only make one trip into the house because they have these longer handles that I can swing over my shoulders. If I had tries to get in the house in one trip with the plastic ones my fingers would be numb and I'd need someone to open the door. So we save on plastic bags and a little on heating and cooling with the cut down on the numbers of times we have to open the door. We also cut back on the number of plastic bags and the amount of tin foil we use, but using Wrap-n-Mats for my hubby's lunches. We know it's not much, but it's something, right?

So tell, me what do you do?

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Love her voice

LeAnn Rimes and Brian McFadden


We went apple picking a few days ago, so we had apples we needed to use up before they went bad. So today we made homemade applesauce, which was way yummy. We made apple oatmeal cookies, half with walnuts and half with raisins. They were fabu! soft and chewy just the way I like my cookies. We made apple spice cookies. which were so-so. They taste good but they're WAY to soft. and last we made apple muffins. OMG! they are sooooo good! did I mention that the muffins are awesome!? not to sweet, but so moist and yummy! sigh I love baking. tomorrow we;re making an apple bundt cake and apple bread. can hardly wait. yum-O!

Saturday, October 13, 2007

Weird Al Concert

I just realized I never posted about this after the the concert. Aidan LOVED it. I wish I had taken the camera with because lots of people had theirs and I would have loved to have captured his expression throughout the show. His little face was just LIT up! I mean he just hd the BIGGEST grin on his face! Once again there were no bad seats. Aidan was really cute at one point in the show. Al was singing his parody of "smells like teen spirit" (that song by Nirvana, at least I think that's the name of the song, lol) anyway he's singing and he's got on the blond wig like the lead singer from that group had his hair (Curt Cobain? sp? can you tell I suck with names?) and Aidan says to me "I don't think that guy down there is weird Al ". LOL. I tried to explain to him that AL was just wearing a costume, with a wig, but he was convinced that that wasn't Al during that song. He recognized him for every other song though, including the one where he's got on the fat suit for his paradoy of "Bad" by M. Jackson. It was awesome. I hope Al tours again because I think he'd love to go again.

Played with paper

and other stuff, lol. made a few cards. yes real, hold in your hands cards. my paper pals can pick themselves up off the floor now, I told ya'll I didn't go completely digi. I can't give up paper! they're not the best cards on the planet but I was really just playing around with my new stamps.that and I'm a little rusty. my little guy was practicing cutting and pasting next to me.
so the cards weren't getting my full attentions.

Pardon the so-so scans, but here they are.
I'll try to tell you what I used on each one in case anyone is interested.

Credites for Witch on broom card;

orange and black pigment inks. the pumpkins are a wood-mounted stamp by Stampabilities.

Witch is a clear stamps from a set by Westrim. I was going to color the moon in, but I was too lazy.. :)

Have A Spooktacular Halloween is from the Stampendous clear Halloween set.

Scarecrow card:

Sunflowers, pumpkins, and scarecrow are all by Great Impressions (wood-mounted) stamps.

Give Thanks is from a Fiskars clear stamp set. and I used some Marvy pens to color everyone in.

Ribbon is from my stash, there's no telling where it came from, although I suspect that I got it from my Abby. :)

Eat Ham card

Turkey is a wood-mounted stamp by Inkadinkado. I just thought he was too cute. I tried my hand with water color pencils on him. and I used my new scalloped circle punch my Marvy Uchida (love those punches they totally rock!) The ribbon is from my stash I've got it in a couple of color combos and I think it came from Michael's.

Trick or treat bag is from the same clear set as the witch above. and that's the same pumpkins from the other card as well. I may ink the edges of this, it looks too plain right now....

I'll post the christmas cards I made a couple of weeks ago in another post soon.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

I cooked!

Alright now! Very funny! You can get up off the floor and sit back in your chairs now. I really did cook, honest! Yes, I can wait while you mark your calendar. I made Chicken Fettuccine in Alfredo sauce from scratch. Mhhmmm, I did and it was good too! Then I made dessert, which was chocolate cinnamon bread-pudding. Complete with home made whipped cream! The baby and I thought it was awesome. Ian isn't a big fan of bread pudding (even though he ate a big helping, lol). I've even got plans to cook again tomorrow. We'll see how I feel after work. I'm on for the next 6 days. So I'm thinking I'm going to be worn out.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Lots going on

So much going on around here (or at least it seems that way to my frazzled self!)
My last real post I was sick with a sinus infection, for the most part it is gone, but I've got a sneaking suspicion that it trying to come back.
With the coming fall weather my little guy's nose bleeds are a little more frequent again.
Our van died. it is no more. it's not resting. it's not pining for the fjords! this van is deceased! (that's a little Monty Python humor for my darling hubby) The repairs that it was going to need this time were just to much for us. So I had it towed away this morning. That leaves us with one vehicle. We've put a lot of thought it to and I've given my two weeks notice at work (although they've offered to let me be a casual employee- which I have to give some more thought to and talk it over with Ian). Between the cost of fuel, the amount I end up spending there (because lets face it I'm WEAK and I just love scrappy stuff) and the amount I actually bring home, we're going to be better off with me not working. Plus we'll be saving money on our insurance since we've gotten rid of the van.
This will leave more time for straightening things out here at home, making this house into an actual HOME -since we don't know when we'll be able to move. It's time to make the most of what we have.
I'm looking forward to being able to get to know my little boy better and hopefully work on some of his aggressive-ness. I want to start home schooling him now, haven't had time before (not that this means he's behind, because he would have missed the cut off for kindergarten this year anyway).
I'm hoping I'll be able to cook more, and bake more, and scrap more. I need to learn a bit more about what's going to make us all happier. I have a feeling a happier momma will make a happier daddy and Aidan too.
As much as I've loved this job, it's been super stressful too. Which I honestly didn't expect. I've been working more days then I wanted to though and haven't had the time that I thought going to part time was going to get me. SO big changes are on the horizon.
We're taking the little man to his first concert tonight. Weird Al is coming through again and we managed to get tickets. He's been bouncing about for days he's so excited! Sadly though this venue doesn't allow cameras. So I'll take a picture of the boys in their Weird Al shirts and do a page with that and the tickets.
More to come soon!

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Pole Dance?

I'm a little under the weather, so I thought I'd just post a little something so ya'll would know I was still here. My friend Ashley had this on her blog and I just had to share it. This just amuses me to no end.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Viewmaster Bench

We liked the Art benches so much this year and took so many pictures that I may do a mini Album of them.
Template-Pattie Knox (ADFreebie 020407) Papers and Prongs-LaWanna DesJardin’s Spring Fling Swirls and stitching -LaWanna DesJardin’s Retro Funk
JenniferMTrippetti_SweetiePea_Stamps(Date) Font Jester

Where were you?

Saturday, September 08, 2007

What Love Is

Template by Michaele Burkhart (jburkhart)
Faith True-Love Word Art
Serenity Kit by Ashley Bailey
Faith True-Barcode Personalities
Rachel Martin-Grocers Labels
Victoria Feemster’s Junk Drawer Stars

Twister Bench LO

Picture is of me and my little guy enjoying the art benches on Oak Park Ave. The theme for this years benches was Toyland. The one we're sitting on in the picture is a "Twister" one.
I used Template 21 by Lindsay Jane Designs, made some minor changes to it to suit my page.
I used LaWanna DesJardin's awesome kit Oopsy Daisy.
Fonts used are Celtic, CK Print, and Boulder.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Adoption Day LO

This is a page done for the challenge posted here. Journaling around the page reads: Funny story about that day: Before the judge sat down, he told me "What a pretty dress you're wearing." I apparently told him his dress was pretty, too!

This page is what inspired me. I keep seeing these clean and simple styled pages, and think how stunning they are.
I used Bubba Boy Freebie by ksharonkdesigns.
The alpha for the title is by Laura Deacetis and is called "In My Backpack Alpha II".
The font used is Jester

Monday, September 03, 2007

Where oh Where did the rest of August go?

Cripes that flew right on by didn't it? I mean I haven't posted in like 2 weeks! I've just been running and running and running it seems. I posted a layout below, hopefully I'll get the chance to unwind a little next week, and then I can update some stuff here. Everyone here is doing good. Ian now has 2 classes left. The last one was a real pain in the butt because we had no internet for about a week (which is part of the reason why there were no new posts from me). It's odd not having access to the net, makes me feel disconnected from the rest of the world, lol. Don't want that to happen again. Any way Ian's last class was only a 2 week class...and one week of it he had no net, soooooo you can imagine how that went. I'm sure he did ok, but it'll suck if this one class brings down his average. He's excited that the end is near! I, of course, am so proud of him I could burst. I am well and truly blessed. He's just the best.
That's a picture from our picnic at Brookfield Zoo. The whole trip was a surprise. It was wonderful to spend the day with boh of my guys.
More to come soon!

A day out with my boys

A picture of me, by myself? Now that's a rare find, lol. I'm trying to remember to makes sure I find my way into the viewfinder of my camera, it doesn't happen often because I'm usually behind it and I'm a little camera shy. This was taken this past Friday on an impromptu outing with both of my men.Journaling reads- How sweet it is to be ME! This picture was taken on a day that my darling husband decided at the spur of the moment to skip sleeping so he could spend the day with Aidan and I. We spent a lovely afternoon at Brookfield Zoo. We even had a picnic (which Aidan has been wanting to do FOREVER) It's been hard adjusting to Ian working these 12 hour shifts, him needing to sleep all day to get up for work, and not getting to spend time with him. This day was the sweetest surprise! A whole day with both of my men...I started out with a template (gift template 2) by Kim Broedelet (KimB designs)Almost everything is from LaWanna DesJardin's Chocolate Covered Cherries kit, except for the white paper which is from her Fathers and Sons kit.The fonts used are MS Serif and Jester

Saturday, August 18, 2007


from my sweetie for my birthday. Ian you sure do pick the prettiest arrangements. Love you, Babe! My Aidan's been showering me with lots of sticker pictures and coloring pages. my little artiste!

Flash Back

In honor of my 10 year reunion (which was last night-but I didn't go) and in honor of my b-day today here's a flash back. A picture of me from 10 yrs ago. This was taken before I left for Homecoming my senior year. Looking back I realize how stupid I was to think I was heavy then, what I wouldn't give to be that size NOW, lol.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Scrap Happy

My little guy "scrapping", he was almost 3 years old in this picture.

This is based off a sketch by Lissa Ballard, from the Sketch It! blog.

Everything is from LaWanna DesJardin's Joy of Life kit (available at scrapbook bytes), except for the orange graph paper, which is by Jessica Gorny and is from her Lush Grids:Boyish.

Fonts used are Long Island and TypoUpright BT

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Doing the Penguin

I'm going to put together a book of songs that Aidan likes. The first one that came to mind is Doing the Penguin, from Sesame Street. The pictures are of the penguins from Brookfield Zoo.
I used Misty Cato's Blog Template No. 7 and her Misty Blues Kit.
Fonts used are-Arial, Adorable, and CK Holiday Spirit

Grandpa and Aidan

Journaling around the picture reads: Grammy, Grandpa, and Uncle Dan came to visit us in Illinios when you were only four months old, this is a picture of you and Grandpa getting some quality cuddle time in. You were such a good baby, you loved all the extra attention. You sure looked sweet snuggled up in grandpa’s arms!
I started out with a template from Misty Cato's Layered Templates-Set B. I used Ashley Bailey's Serenity Kit which is available at I also used Misty Cato's Distressed White Alpha. The font used is Arial

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Kevin LO

This is a picture of my awesome brother-in-law, Kevin. I started out with a template by Neverland Scraps (I fiddled with it a little bit). The kit I used is Joy of Life by LaWanna DesJardin (available at scrapbook bytes). Torn and Peeling Alpha by LaWanna Desjardin (available at scrapbook bytes)The font used is Jester.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

What's that Daddy?

Aidan and Daddy checking out the camels at Brookfield Zoo. August 2005.
This is based of a sketch by Lissa Ballard of the Untamed Scrapper - Sketch It!. The sketch this is based off was made especially for my sketch challenge at DDD.
The kit use is Ashley Bailey's Safari Kit.
I used one of Gina Miller's embroidered circles (yellow). And the journaling block is from Sandra Boddington's Loopy Loop Add-on.
Fonts used are CK Print and Jester

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Bright Eyes

My ds @ 9 mos.I started out with a template by Pattie Knox (freebie from 7-30-06 at designer digitals)The kit used is the July Mega Kit (free at digitaldivasdesigns). I used things from the parts by Ashley Bailey, Lliella, and Tina Campanale.The font used is American Typewriter Bold