Love the happy colors on the handstand layout. And very proud of my daughter for practicing handstands until she could do one. Template from Get it Scrapped - GISSingle001. Papers and embellishments from Carta Bella Cool Summer, the doily and sequins from the LilyPad - Just Jamie and Valerie Webbins Sprinklesv20.
Dad and son viewing the computer. Yep, same view I've had for almost 11 years. Carta Bella papers. Template - Get it Scrapped. Scrapbook Coach 0103
OK, my gradient photo bleed is not the best, but it'll do and the snow sloshing happy girl is memorialized. Template - Get It Scrapped - Rule Play Tiffany Tillman.
Double pager - a must with this boy's amazing laugh from deep down. Just looking at these photos brings me great happiness. Echo Park all about a boy and Here and Now. The background chalkboard paper is from Fancy Pants Design. The template is from JessicaSprague - I think it was one of my classmates during a digi class.
Building giant sandwiches is always fun. I think this is a combo of Echo Park and Lynn Grieveson. Template by Katie the Scrapbook Lady.
My son in dire need of a haircut. And he did get two since these photos were taken, but he probably needs one again. These were from Pixels and company's Go Bold set, it was free with a $15 purchase a couple of weeks ago. It totally wasn't something I'd have picked out on my own. Now I'm glad I have it. The template is from Get It Scrapped - Process Play - Tami Taylor
I'm loving templates and their ease of telling our stories. However, I'm now starting to get very antsy because I have not played with paper or paint or inks and such in a very long time. In a couple of weeks I'll be painting the basement at the farm, but I have a feeling it just won't be the same. And last weekend, I brought home the gesso, gel medium, stencil paste, and brushes. Maybe I'll get some art journaling in.