I’m having a fun Memorial Day doing nothing. I’m still in my pj’s, making a mess in my room scrapbooking and having the time of my life because I feel like I’ve got my creative groove back. I’ve been itching to create, but how and what? The “artist” block is gone (although I’m certainly not an artist), and the ideas are flowing.
Recently, my hubby blew up a photo of me when we were in New York to 8.5×11″ size, and I think it’s a perfect canvas to scrap onto, so I had some fun with it today:
I’m still reliving the memories of that trip, and I’m so happy we took as many photos as we did. Now, I’m off to have more fun. Enjoy your Memorial Day!
I’m behind at the Big Idea Festival, and just got caught up today with the last three words: give, enjoy, and nest.
Giving sure feels good, doesn’t it?
The epitome of enjoyment…life is good!
I love nesting, and I especially love the nest I’ve created with my family!
We’re half-way through; six more days to go until we have twelve words to live by, and I can put these pages together into an album!
I haven’t done any digital scrapbooking lately, but today I was compelled to do so. Hubby had some fun with his camera while I was at work, and I just had to put it into a Cathy Zielske template. This was really fun to make. Life really is good, and I am always happy to document it. Enjoy!
My layout for week 7, Yesterday/Today by Ali Edwards for Big Picture Classes (completed yesterday). I am really enjoying this class!
A part of me is looking forward to Valentine’s Day. Romance? Love? No. Pink! Red! Hearts! CANDY! Love that stuff. My husband doesn’t do “that [blank] stuff”. Doesn’t matter to me, because we are romantic every day. I don’t need him bringing me flowers (that’s our code for “I want a divorce…”), and I get little love notes on any given day, just because. What I get a kick out of, is seeing what other people get! I can’t wait to see who will get engaged, who gets married, who goes all out, etc. I love other people’s flowers, and I can buy heart-shaped cookies and chocolate. Yum! Helping my daughter get her valentines ready for school is fun, too. I love seeing what she’s gotten at school. It brings me back to my elementary school years when I would dump out my bag all over my bedroom floor and go over each and every valentine I received that day at school. I would organize them, and then save the candy for a later time. I would eat only one piece at a time, too, because I wanted to conserve. It’s silly, and some people don’t get the day, perhaps, but no matter to me. I love love. And I look forward to Valentine’s Day.