Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Wyoming in may?

Hello everyone!!!  I have been getting to posting later in the day.  It will probably be like that since my no so little guy is graduating from kindergarten next week.  It isn't like I have early morning with him since he is in PM kindergarten but because I won't have anything pressing I think we might be a little lazier in the mornings.
 
Today I am finally getting a scrapbook page done.  My husband has been bugging me for years about getting some scrapbooks done.  I think they are intimidating and with so much paper to cover I get nervous.  I am working on that though.  I realize that it is okay to have some white space on each page. 
This one I created for the first offical pictures taken during our vacation to Wyoming.  It was taken in a very small town in Wyoming called Meeteetse.  Such a quaint town with an absolutely amazing chocolatier.  I will tell you this, next time we are that way we will definitely be stopping in again.  And when the weather cools down again and they start shipping I just might have to put in an order.
We stopped so I can visit the chocolatier and one last stop before we hit our destination, Cody, Wyoming.  We just happened to park right in front of this place that had some fun things set up.  They also had a wooden coffin but I thought that was a little morbid to be taking a picture of.
The PP is from a pack I picked up my last visit to Joann's it is from K & Co. and unless I missed something I cannot find a name for the pack.
Other than that I used PTI Hawaiian shores and kraft cardstock.  The cardboard letters I bought a long time ago from creative memories.  I inked that and the journal section with some Tim Holtz distress ink.  I love the look it gives with the pictures.  I also took the journal section and embossed some lines on it so I had something to go by when writing the things I chose to write on the page.
I can't wait to get started on more and also start my little man's baby book, afterall, he is almost 4 months old already.
Thanks for stopping by!!!
 
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1 comment:

resmith said...

Great job!! I wish I had done some scrapbooking a long time ago but I am not that good at it.