Monday, July 31, 2006
As a matter of fact right now she has a Sketch Challenge that just started. The prize is a $20 Gift Certificate to her store! How awesome is that!
On top of all that she is also going to move her release date for new kits to Wednesday. Gives you a chance to stop and shop since then you don't have to try to hit all the new release sales at once on Friday. So stop by and visit us and check out my gallery there. I'm going to try to finish moving all my layouts over there by the end of September. See the moving to Pocatello is going to slow me down alittle but I will get it all moved eventually. Later I will try to post my latest layouts here. Maybe later tonight. Toodles!
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Sunday, July 23, 2006
Over at Rossi Farm
they have an area for kids complete with mini tractors. At the time Francis was obsessed with
tractors and such. Before we left
Francis had to try out the little John Deer tractors. I happened across this photo and am not sure
what we used to photograph it with. I
scrapped this with the kit Delightful Daisies by Christy Sturm at Butternug
Squash Designs. The Word art is from the
kit Joy by Vera Lim at Vera Lim Designs.
The Date stamp was a freebie from Jen Star Designs.
One of the old photos
I took with this cheap digi cameral that DH had for all of about 1 month.(Talk
about a piece of trash!) Francis fell to
the floor playing around with Bryce. Then
Bryce did the same thing. Then I saw
this cute layout at Rakscraps by heb1976 and decided it needed to be
scraplifted. I used the kit Delightful Daisies by Christy Sturm at Butternug
Squash Design. Tag is from her kit True Blue Buddy, and the fiber is from the
Conservatory Collection. Font is Crack Babies from Dafont
Friday, July 21, 2006
Monday, July 17, 2006
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Friday, July 07, 2006
Hopefully this will help some poor soul out there searching the internet like me.
On another note I sure hope others out there had a great Fourth of July. We sure did. We of course did our annual party at our old neighborhood. With great food, great friends, and of course great fireworks! This year Ken managed to not try blowing of a few fingers. It was Paul who did the oopsy and had a motar go off on the launch pad. EVERYONE got showered with sparks. They were this very pretty blue color but still not fun. Phils mom and step dad came to watch the show, but his sister and brother inlaw had to work which was a bummer. This year surprixingly Phil even let Bryce blow up things. Which really jazzed him. I could have taken photos but I always had to wait till backs were turned since I always got these hammed up poses. I do wish they wouldn't always do that so I could just once get that special light in their eyes that says just how happy they are at the moment. I did get some awesome firework shots though. Check them out! While I go run some errands.
Tuesday, July 04, 2006
A piece of word art from the kit Army of One at Butternug Squash Designs says it all. This is for all the service men and women out there risking their lives for our freedoms. The right to free speech, freedom to worship as we please, freedom to even put down the Predsident of the United States of America. It all comes at the expense of lives. Good American Men and Women that are out there everday fighting for us. GOD BLESS AMERICA!