Meet Mr Froggie -- First time Monkey saw a frog. I still have the pictures of him running away, with his stroller, he couldn't leave it behind. I'll get around to scrapping them someday.
Crazy for You -- I love how this one turned out!! I've been holding on to most of these papers for months! I bought them because I loved them, I just didn't know what to do with them. While cleaning up my stash one afternoon, I found them and just had to find a way to use them. I love how the orange matches Steve's sweater. I've been holding onto those little Riff Raff robots for a while now too. I knew I wanted to use them on a me and Steve page, I just hadn't gotten around to using them. I really had fun making this layout.
Me @ 27 -- Just a quick, fun one about me. I don't make many pages just about me. This is only the second one I've done. I've been thinking about doing more so Monkey, any other kids I may have and any future grandchildren can look back and know who I was. I know I would have loved to know more about my own grandparents.
Fall in Love -- Another from a weekly challenge at Bad Girls. Some pictures of Monkey from last year at Mom and Dad's.
Limited Edition -- I love these papers! I've been holding onto them for months! I've finally decided to use them. My new scrap love is to do layouts of Monkey and I together. I like how I can make them super girlie because I'm in there too. This page is all about how much I love Monkey and how much I cherish every moment with him right now because someday he'll go on with his life and we won't have as much time together.
I layered different papers; cut the swirl design out of one of the papers to slip my picture under it so the paper layered on top of the photo as well. I layered a cut out flower on the paper and photo too. The photo and the cut out flower are layered on top of a transparency. I layered both my flowers. The big flower is two flowers, one cream one (which I dotted with a pen) and one green; then I placed a cameo on top. The other flower is two flowers with a button on top, layered over a rub-on. The title is layered too. It's family in Hunganian and (of course) English. I used Hunganian because the picture. It's my Oma, mother, aunt and uncle. My mother (the little girl not smiling...How cute was she?!?!) is first generation Canadian.Until next time....