Sunday, March 29, 2009

Aniston Sophia Joy

Born March 26th, Weight 6 lb8 oz, length 19 1/4 inches. She has blue eyes and a head full of hair. Congratulations Chris & Shelbi!

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Rules of the game:
1. Go to the 4th folder where you keep your pictures on your computer.
2. Post the 4th picture in that folder.
3. Explain the photo.
4. Tag 4 fellow bloggers to join in the fun.

This is our set-up at the 2008 Bracket Finals Race (Drag Racing) in Ennis, TX. Randy raced for the Cherokee County Team in his 79' Pontiac. Unfortunately, I got the portable facilities in the background.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Baby Aniston will be here next Tuesday or Thursday, YEAH!! I made a page for she and mommy using Urban Garden DSP.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

For this Puppy Love Layout, I used Pacific Point with the Pick a Petal Stamp set. I used the aqua painter to color the petals. (Robin, this is for you & Nitro!)

I used the new Raspberry Tart DSP and the stamp sets Petal Pizzazz & Be Happy to make this double layout. Other colors: Kiwi Kiss, Rose Red, Bravo Burganday, Pink Pirouette, and Purely Pomegranate. (Robin, this is for you)

Sunday, March 8, 2009

2 page layout: 12x12 Kraft cardstock, Bella Rose DSP, Pink Pirouette, Riding Hood Red, and Lime Green cardstock. I used the scallop circle punch for the flower backing and the Big Shot Birds & Blooms die for the center of the flower. The Big Shot Scallop Circle #2 was used for the white journal box. The felt brown ribbon is from Ribbon Originals in the holiday mini catalog.

Friday, March 6, 2009

For the 2 page layout I used: Baja breeze 12x12, Not Quite Navy, Basic gray, Kiwi kiss, and Urban Garden DSP papers. I used Big Pieces stamp set, Big Deal alphabet and Kiwi kiss ribbon.

My sister, the mommy to be, has become really creative over the last 8 months. She took papier mache letters from Hobby Lobby, covered them in printed scrapbook paper using mod podge, then tied beautiful bows and attached them to the top of each letter. Aniston's name is now hanging above her baby bed. Great job sis!