Sunday, October 30, 2011

October 30 Part 2

This weekend, I had so much fun scrapbooking for two days.  My friend Leigh is going to the Congo on a mission trip and organized a funraising scrap day.  It was really nice to visit, scrapbook and share PTI goodies.  :)    Thanks ladies!  I was able to get a few LO's done, and thought I would share a few. 

 On this LO, I used my daydreamer stamp set, Wonderful words stamp set (title copied from, terracotta tile felt, and Bella Blvd pp. 

 On this LO, I did some selective stamping to add the 'i' and the 'you'  to the title.  I used My Mind's Eye, the new Lost pp.  It was a little glittery for me, so I cut the adore out and cut the paper apart.  I added the banner using a friends Pti banner builder die and stamp, and added the fancy flourishes. 

On another note, I thought I'd share this story.  My son, Corbin, had a friend over this weekend.  He tends to need his own space sometimes however, so after we had tucked him and his friend into the big spare bed downstairs we went down to check on them, and found Corbin had tucked himself into a tiny space between the bed and a big dollhouse, on the floor.  We just shook our heads.

Thanks for looking and have a great week!

October 30

Crazy how fast this month went by!!! Yikes!  It has felt super busy.  In addition to working my regular night owl shifts, I have been working some days as well, putting PICC lines in to patients.  That has been a nice change from the crazy ER/ICU shifts we have been having, but it means going in to work more.  Add that to all the other fun life stuff - school, piano lessons, violin lessons, practise time, etc - it has felt a tad overwhelming some days.  So, suffice it to say, the LO that I have been working on for the entire month of October for Leigh's PTI challenge, didn't get done until this weekend, when I had a whole two days to scrapbook!  It was so nice.  So, the challenge was to use leaves or fallish something.  So, once again, I borrowed Leigh's leaf print stamp and die and created this:

Thanks for looking!