3.11.2009

Relax . . .


Supplies : Pattern Paper - Mellow and Sugared by Basic Grey, Tres Jolie by My Minds Eye, Chocolate Swirl/Dot by P Inc., Notebook Paper by Collage Press; Thickers Letter Stickers and Thumbtac Button by American Crafts; Chipboard Butterfly by Scenic Route; Acrylic Glitter Butterfly by Colorbok

Another layout using the #11 Inspired Blueprints sketch. I really love how the papers coordinated in this one. The journaling is about one of my favorite relaxing past times - to sip some tea, have a muffin, and just let time slow :D I kept this layout very simple as well and I really like how clean the page feels even with all the busy paper. This is another layout for my album about me. I've been seeming to lean toward the orange and greens for my book. Maybe I should make it a theme ^_~.

So completely off topic here, Cait and Audrey have really been into everything being a family lately, especially Cait. It's so funny that all their toys have a mommy, daddy, and babies! Well, we've had some construction going on in our apartment complex and there is a tiny construction truck, a medium sized digger truck and a bigger digging truck (I have no idea what any of these are really called, lol). So what's the first thing Cait says when she see's them? "Oh look there's a baby truck!!" Soon after follows a hysterical giggle and "There's a mommy truck! There's a daddy truck!!" lol Everytime we leave now she has to point them out. If one of them is missing (usually the 'mommy' truck), she asks where it went. She is such a kooky kid! Anyway, I hope you enjoy the layout! Thanks for visiting and have a happy Wednesday!

3 comments:

Alanna said...

Great layout Marjorie. Your story about your kids reminded me that my kids use to do the same thing. Anything big was a daddy and anything small was a mommy. And of course, anything in between was a mommy. It didn't matter if these were animals, trucks, or whatever. Too cute. Thanks for sharing your story and reminding me of one of my own.

Jenn said...

Gorgeous LO! :D I love these colors and those thickers are too cute! :D

Seleise said...

I love, love, love your layout! What a great idea to highlight your favorite things! And, wonderful story. Kids have such great ways to look at the world!