I ordered my kit today. I am looking forward to this project, although I know I will never finish it. The notebook does look cute though. So I think I got the actual last one. Sorry for pointing it out and then catching the last one myself. Kinda feel pretty proud though as usually I ALWAYS miss out on these things.
I have a heap of LO's to upload here too. I have been very slack with it the past week... Half term and work are blamed for that plus a few submissions and stuff too.
Emily just happened to sneak a yellow felt pen into the lounge. I did not see. Ben did though and since we have got away lightly with Emily (she has never crayon'd or drew on the walls) I knew that maybe we wouldn't be so lucky with Ben. Hmmm. Modern art?? Think not. Luckily it's a room we haven't decorated and luckily I was a nanny in a previous life, long ago that I am pretty mean at getting felt or crayon from walls. Yes, Kev did not even notice. He will now know tho, what happened here yesterday to make me in such a fluster and for felt pens to be 'banned' for like, forever.
I am using Emily's new easel to display these... it's alot easier to get that sunlight just right on it...
This one was just before she went bananas about not going on the 'happy apple' ride right there and then and having to do something that Ben would enjoy... Oh, boy... did we have tears!
This one doesn't photograph well, the patterns and colours all mingle... You can't quiet see the text at the bottom properly. You can barely see all the tiny, weenie flowers I cut out on it... But I do lurveeee this paper range!
This is made from super old, old, old stash. I guess it made it just more cooler that I thought it was because these papers i've had forever. The piccie was printed onto paper and then I hand glued (yes!) all those tiny, weenie, miniscule gems in a circle. Emily is in love with super hero's atm!
I thought these brass deers were pretty sweet... luv 'em? I do!
And a very, very snoozy boy!
P.S. Those leaves were stamped with the scrapagogo stamp set (March'08) and then cut out... on three diff shades of card/paper.