Archive for September 16th, 2007

Here’s another layout I did with this kit.

My father passed away in 1997 and right after he passed away I made a random list of things I didn’t want to forget.
The journaling reads:
your mustache•showing me how a man should shave in both directions and then splash on ‘old spice’•your amazing turkey sandwiches•how much you loved our mother•bringing me one of hose turkey sandwiches while i was in labour with the twins•making your amazing pepperoni pizzas together• trying to make me laugh in church by squeezing my hand•your strong faith in God•treasured quiet time with you in Arizona•our chore chart•taking delight in and loving my children•letting me be shotgun in the boat at the lake•marching around to “Les Mis”•your amazing organizational skills•that real men vacuum•driving out to Stony Plain in a rainstorm to cheer on the kids at the summer games•your crooked baby finger•teaching me to throw the discus•always making me feel safe and protected • your eyes when you laughed.

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Savvy Sept Kit

The colorful square patterned ribbon in the September Savvy Kit just begged to be made into a frame so thats what i did for this layout, cut it and created a frame around this fun  picture of Lindsey.  The colorful ric rac and ribbons  worked well with the b/w doodlebug papers (that i colored in  a bit on the floral piece)  just-me-15.jpg

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Again a layout! This time also with a picture I made for the workshop. This was the warming-up: Make a selfportrait with tripod and timer.
And this time also I used the SnS September Sassy Kit. A fabulous kit to use. You can do so many different things with this kit!

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Friday I received my wonderful SnS September Sassy Kit.
And I couldn’t wait to get started. So I did!


I’m following a Photoworkshop and we had the assignment to take pictures from textures.  I went to the Zoo to take some pictures. And these are in this layout.

The pics are a Pink  Pelican, Rode Duiker (Cephalophus natalensis),Fly Amanita, and acorn shells.


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