Sunday, July 26, 2020

Love these boys


These are my only nephews (or nieces).   They live in Australia so I haven't even met Remy yet, but I see pictures of them all most daily so that helps having them so far away.   I'm making an album for my brother ( their Grandpa ) for Christmas.     For this layout I used the Scrappy Friends challenges.

First the sketch from "ROCHELLE SPEARS SCRAPBOOKING" and then the tic-tac-toe challenge at "SCRAP WITH STACY".    I did a diagonal line of.  Twine/Ribbon,  Journaling & Plaid.




Wild Flowers




My granddaughter was having a great time on her walk through the trails and was able to pick a big 
bouquet of wildflowers to take home.    She loves picking flowers and other bits on nature when out walking or on her bike anywhere.   It's' the little things that always make her so very happy.   

I used the 2 photo sketch #506 at "LASTING MEMORIES" for this layout.  I love how it turned out.






Friday, July 24, 2020

A Flower in Your Hair


Oh so pretty with a flower in your hair, oops I mean a flowers in your bike helmet.   Whoever said
bike race can't be pretty and stylish.

I made this layout for the July 2020 Sketch Challenge at  "SCRAP OUR STASH"
I went straight to my stash and found these 2 leftover 6x6 squares of the blue star paper, I just cut them to make a little smaller and then I had one strip of the red star paper left and I cut it into my banner and what was left of it I cut out the white stars leaving a little red around them and then lightly inked in red.   I used the little yellow tag for the date to pull the yellow from the center of the flower and also to work with the gold puffy title alphas and the gold glittery arrow.

Saturday, July 18, 2020

A Slice of Summer


Nothing says summer more than eating a big slice of watermelon.     Oh so good.   These pictures
look like my granddaughter was really enjoying this slice of watermelon outside on their deck.
I used parts of a collection I love and was hanging on to the last few pieces and got them all to work on this.   Plus the watermelon die-cuts I have had a hoard from a swap from many many years ago
so these pictures were perfect to start using some of them.

I'll be entering this layout at "USE YOUR STUFF"   their challenge #401 Summer Fun was perfect to go with this layout because like the card says, a slice of summer and watermelon is true summer
treat to me.


Happy Summer!  Oh can you feel the heat and bask in the sunshine!
We want to see your sunny summery project for this challenge..show us your SUMMER FUN!

Friday, July 17, 2020

Nature Stop


Elle loves to go out with her Dad on the bike trails around Columbia,  these pictures are from a stop on one of their favorite trails to go on.

I used the sketch for July 15th at   "SKETCH N SCRAP"   for this layout.  Check out both layout sketches for the month and the two card sketches too.   You have till July 31 to enter.


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

I (Heart) Summer


I had fun making this layout, a little different than my usual design style but I started out with the inspiration from Sketch #428 at  "SKETCHES IN THYME".
My granddaughter had been over swimming and didn't want to leave but then Mom and Dad reminded her that their first ripe strawberry was ready for them to come home and pick.   So then
she was all happy about going home.   She had to make sure and watch carefully as Dad cut it into
three slices so they could all have a bite of the first strawberry off their plant in the back yard.

Here is the sketch I used and the link to "SKETCHES IN THYME".


Wednesday, July 8, 2020

My Captain


WooHoo, I scrapped a picture of only me, that is a rarity.      I printed this picture today so that I could play along with the July challenge at   "SCRAP CHALLENGE YOURSELF"
The challenge this month is a sketch.   This is challenge #79 as always you must include a picture of yourself on your layout.     For us scrappers that is harder than you think because we are usually the
pictures takers too.    But this time I passed the camera off to my husband and asked him to take my picture.