Archive for May, 2007


Yep! That is right Saturday was National Scrapbooking Day. In the words of one of my friends “wow, they have a day for everything.” I stopped in the day before at the local scrapbook shop on my lunch hour and chatted with the owner a little. I was gonna do some shopping, then ended up talking too much and had to leave to get back to the office.

In the Digi-Scrap world NSD is HUGE!! I was so overwhelmed with all the sales, contests, chats and specials that I decided to just retreat into my own little laptop world and scrapped a few pages. Wanna see???
This one was done using Traci Reed’s new kit Unbound. I LOVE the colors in the kit, definitely a must have: For a list of credits go here.
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and this adorable layout will be my mom’s Mother’s Day gift this year. I will be printing this out to create an altered canvas for her. I used Traci Reed’s OTHER new kit in the Scrapbook Graphics store this week, Serene. For a list of credits go here.
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In other CT new …. have you heard? Amanda Rockwell has her very own place!! Go check out Amanda Rockwell Designs
I will be working with some of her great new stuff this week so come back to see some layouts .

In kid world there isn’t much new to report. Anthony did get to enjoy his very first “Nascar Experience” in April with my parents & I at Phoenix International Speedway. I of course scrapped it! He really had a blast and is excited to go again next year.
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Ellie did not get to go this year, she got to spend the night with Justine and Dominic, and watched a BUNCH of Princess movies! I think that was a better choice for her. I can’t imagine trying to keep track of 2 kids with those crowds! WOW.

OH!! On the shopping front … at PIR I came home with my very first pair of Crocs! I absolutely LOVE them!! They are (of course) lavendar. I got the mary jane style and they are SO comfy.

Ok, must get back to work now.


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