Wednesday, July 01, 2009

scraps are up!

edited: :) mel, i have just been to lazy to post all the details, but since you asked so nicely :)

the story: as we were on a history site we had a picknick and it was divenely (i know not a word!) lazy :)

the goods: since my daughter (who took the photo) is so nice and thinks of my journaling and scrapbooking she made some space for me to journal on the photo. the love tag is an older one...and the his/hers is from scenic route. the red long journaling tag is from a free download at the container store and the "peace" is from a jenni bowlin bingo card.

the story: when i tried to take photos of my mothers grandchildren these two were the only ones to cooperate :) and how cute are they!

the goods: i think that the yellow paper is making memories, but please correct me if i am wrong. the "sweet" tag is my minds eye, i love their summer line! the three bottom embellishments are from a minialbum kit i bought at panduro. the journaling tag is also a free download from the containerstore. the "cousin" circle is a digital element i bought at designer digital. oh, and i love that the photo is so big :)

the story: a few weeks ago, i sewed a dress for my daughter!!! i know, oh my god! i just had to record my succes!

the goods:that yummy patterned paper is from basic grey and is called lime rickey! the journaling tag is from åhléns and my new love is to attach the photos with masking tape :)

the story: my favorite spot in the back garden :) me, a good book and i am soon sound asleep :)

the goods: again the basic grey paper, the tag is from my minds eye, the flower from american crafts.

the story:i just realized the other day that we are doing a staycation this year and we are loving it!

the goods: the title is foam sticker letters from panduro, i used the punch out from another project with amy butler paper.

:) i promise i will do a better job next time :)


Jingle said...

These are cute!

Renee Lamb said...

super cute creations and have fun at the zoo!

mel said...

gorgeous layouts, love that patterned paper, so summery. I do miss you telling us the story and the goods after each layout. Can you pretty please keep doing this :)

mel said...

thank you so much, it really helps when I can't read Swedish and you always have such wonderful journalling topics. I am dying to get my hands on some Lime Rickety, I loved how you used it :)

Norma Kennedy said...

Really enjoyed looking at all ur BEAUTIFUL work !