You are currently browsing the monthly archive for October 2010.
Get my gift for you (SORRY–this link has expired) (I’d love to see how you’ve used my kit–so please come back and let me know!)
If you’d like to keep up with my work follow me on Facebook (there will be more freebies for my facebook followers in the future!)
Make sure you stop by each of our blogs to collect a complete kit!
You should have just come from Forget Me Nots Design by Theresa
and you are headed next to Audras Little Scraps
Here is the entire list of participating Faith Sister Designers so you don’t miss out:
These kits area available for a limited time only. Get them before October 31!
Be sure to check out the designer quick pages now in the shop at Faith Sisters, just $1.00 each. Get my quick page HERE
Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you at Faith Sisters soon!
Last Sunday it was wonderful not to have to be downtown early in the morning for my A-team plaza performance. The Vikings had a 3:15 game against the Cowboys so we didn’t have to be there for practice until 1. Anna, the A-team’s biggest fan came along. I did invite Ellie too this time but she wanted to stay and play with her friends. Once again we were blessed with wonderful fall weather. We had only 7 ladies performing our new routine to “Not Myself Tonight” but it was still fun to dance with this group. Not sure if it was the nice weather or if it was because the Vikings were facing the Cowboys, but it was the most crowded I’ve seen the plaza this year. The fans are so supportive of our group.
The Vikings beat the Cowboys 24 to 21. Go Vikes! They play the Packers tonight in Wisconsin.
“Give” is a new kit from my digi-designer friend, Heather T that is available here at The Digi Chick.
You’ve seen this toothless grin before, but it just had to make a layout of it. I loved the bright colors of this kit. They really helped me show off just how much fun it is to be toothless for a while (at least if you’re 6).
Hard for me to believe, but I have a high school Senior in the house. Almost daily there are letters from colleges in the mail addressed to Brandon. And it’s hard to not think past this year to next when Brandon will be at college and not a part of our daily routine. It’s an exciting time for him and a bittersweet time for us parents (even as step-mom) to let him go. I guess we need to enjoy the time now.
Brandon paired up his mom and I to create his senior pictures. His mom did the photo shoot at various locations downtown just before school started and I did the editing. It was lots of fun to work with his photos. Here are the straight out of the camera shots and my final edits compared side by side:
Wow, I was so amazed at the sweet and wonderful comments and all the visitors to my site during this past weekend’s Scrap scrap scrap blog hop.Thank you to all who visited and especially to all of you that left comments.
There were 40 comments left during the hop and the winner is: DebbietheBee! Congratulations Debbie. Check your email for information on how to get your free “i heart pictures” kit.
And the grand prize winner of kits from all 10 designers is: Angela! Way to go Angela. You have an email on the way too.
I’d love to see your creations made with my kit so please come back here and link me up.
All mini-kits will be available for download through October 18, 2010.
You can also enter to win a full kit from each designer on their blog. Each blog has different rules on how to enter so make sure you follow the directions!
We will randomly select one designer’s blog and one random comment on that blog. If that person has commented on all 10 blogs he/she will win all 10 kits!
Be sure to include your e-mail in each comment so we know how to contact you when you win!
Please include your e-mail in each comment so you can be contacted when you win. Winner(s) will be chosen using random.org. The winner of the “i heart pictures” kit will be announced on Tuesday, October 19th.
“Take the Time” is a new kit coming out later this week at Mscraps by Heather T. Once again Heather has created an awesome kit that can be used so many ways. Here are two layouts I made:
Drawing created by Ellie, age 6. I was quite impressed at her talent. In class they have been reading “The Trumpeter Swan” which inspired this drawing. I love the trumpet tucked under the swan’s wing.