Saturday, June 7, 2014
Hello! I hope you are enjoying your weekend! I managed to get a few scrapbook pages put together this week. Most of them were extremely simple, like five pages at a sitting simple, so I'm not going to share those. They were much more about getting the people, place, and story onto the page. I did however want to share this one-also very simple but a bit more interesting to view!
I am once again determined to use up some of my older paper stash and the green base has been with me for a long time. The stickers were also as old as the hills... Felt good to use them and have a little fun at the same time! I love the 'spunky saucy silly sister' one! Perfect for both girls!
The photos were from several years ago. We would often go to the riverwalk in a nearby town after seeing the free movies they offer in the summer. My oldest loved these trips because when she was a preschooler, we lived in that town and would often visit this park. That is one thing we do miss about living in town, but now they have a whole farm complete with fields and woods to explore, and an awesome sledding hill for the winter!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I am so glad I am back in blogland! It has been so much fun this past week catching up on my visiting. If I haven't been to see you yet, I'll be there soon!! Have a marvelous day!
Page Recipe: Paper-green from stash, daffodil delight, Floral District (ret), Stamp-School Lines (ret), Ink-basic gray, Accessories-lots of stickers from stash, scallop tag topper punch, lucky limeade bakers twine