Today was also the last day to apply for the Scrap Orchard creative team. I didn't apply. But I kind of wish I did. The scientist would not be happy if I did. I keep telling myself that I enjoy scrapping without deadlines, that I like being rogue. I have a feeling that some of the girls on one of my teams will be picked to be Honey Bees, and I will be envious. Of course, this way I'm spared the pain of rejection. I just gotta stop thinking about it. Good luck, girls!!
After a bit of a dry spell, I've got on a roll again. Five layouts to share! I've had a folder with photos set aside since the beginning of the year, and I was beginning to think that they might never get scrapped. I think my main obstacle was that the photos themselves just weren't very good. But then I gave them a new look, and with some of my NSD purchases, got them scrapped.
For a while Miller was really into using tape to make things....taping paper spiders together, or just prcacticing pulling the tape out of the dispenser, or in this case, creating a scotch-tape spider web all across the office.
|conversation piece no. 5, The Sunday Edition and Pictures + Words |
all by Paislee Press
Miller can make anything into an action figure, even his piggy bank.
|time capsule and billet doux by One Little Bird|
Just a little field trip with my mom's group.
|patterned papers from EverydayLife #3 by Cinzia and Gina Marie Huff;|
bugs from A Haunting We Will Go by Gina Huff and Patricia Christensen;
solid paper from Innovative by One Little Bird
Ever since my pregnancy, I have not been able to wear my wedding rings, which I love dearly. Even after the pregnancy weight was lost, they still did not fit. I think my bones are literally bigger now. Thank you, pregnancy hormones. But I thought I came up with a clever twist, to say that motherhood itself has made hands strong and big.
|Everyday Life by Gina Marie Huff|
Just a series of photos when I was bugging Miller to cut his hair. I styled his long bangs in different styles and even gave them names, which I can't remember anymore.
|paper from Innovative by One Little Bird;|
Frames from pictures + words by Paislee Press;
Wordart from EverydayLife 2 by Cinzia and Gina Marie Huff
That's it for now, I'm actually at my mom's house right now, to celebrate my niece's birthday on Sunday. Have a good weekend!