I love this mug. It makes coffee while taking some creative time in the morning taste that much better.
I just did what I call a “clean up” layout. What it means is that I only use stuff already out. I do this a lot – it’s my way of getting stuff used & not having to put it away.
In the Adventures in Scrapbooking: Using kits I talk about using leftovers and if I’m not mistaken making a scraps/leftover layout is one of our challenges. Fun stuff – and definitely beats out alternative of actually cleaning up. Oh, and the answer is yes. Yes, it did nearly kill me to put that Prima flower on a layout. Thing was, it was time to use it. I have such a hard time when I have something just too pretty and I don’t want to use it wrong. It’s a struggle in life, but I’m getting better.
The green leaf is the paper packaging the flower was on. I love when I can use packaging instead of putting it out in recycling bin. It saves me a trip.
the completion of this page puts me 1 closer to filling my ‘Disneyland in March 09’ album. I really want that filled before we take off for the happiest place on earth again.
Finally today I’ve got some winners to draw here… randomly, as always the prizes go to:
Cardstock prize winner is drawn… and it’s… Dawn (comment left sept 17 @ 1237am)
the sewing tools prize goes to… scrapycandy
e-mail me (mflaum (at) comcast . net) to claim your prize! Be sure to tell me what you won too. Didn’t get to win? I’ve got 3 more prizes lined up here… so stay tuned!