OMG, I cannot believe four months has gone by since I have last updated my blog...
Where did the time go?
I tell you it seems like the summer months were a complete blur; between travel basketball, cheerleading competitions, work, family vacations, and general family things I haven't had much "free" time . I have been crafting, just not posting ( I know sad excuse for a blogger). So let me catch you guys up on a few things...
In July, I attended my first ever swarm and it was AWESOME!!! The swarm was hosted by Sista's Scrap TOO in Jasper, GA where I got to meet the most fabulous group of crafty people... I had a ton of fun and didn't want the weekend to end, I cannot wait to do it all over again. I've joined a couple of swaps which is something I NEVER do, I'll be sure to post a picture once my projects are delivered. I've been getting more familar with my new DSLR and I LOVE it...
So on to some recent projects... I hope I don't give you all picture overload.
I've always loved the Smurfs, so imagine my happiness when the movie was announced! I just had to make a tumbler with my two favorite characters. Anywho, I used outdoor vinyl, MTC, a coloring book page for Gargamel and the smurfette svg was found online ( sorry I cannot remember the owner)
These next two layouts are my most recent projects.
I have challenged myself to create at least two full page layouts per month for my family. So far I'm on target and find that I actually enjoy working with paper, now I just need to get the pictures printed.
Hittin' the books.
I used MTC, files found on-line and svgcuts.com kit to complete this lo. The apple and chalkboard were created using chalkboard vinyl!
The Micheal Jackson Experience...
Earlier this year my husband and I hosted a Wii party... OMG, we had a ton of fun and our guests couldn't stop laughing and talking about the party. I knew that I had to create a lo to capture these memories, I cannot wait to add the pictures. I used MTC and images found in google and online, an assortment of glittery cardstock and print and cut for the lp albums.