I'm not sure if you can quite get the feel of how bad it is. Let's get a little closer...
While I was helping someone else find something my oldest son got Georgie up, dressed and set her in front of a bowl of cereal. Apparently, he doesn't feel that personal grooming is important before you put on your NEW GLASSES!!
Yep, I said it...new glasses!! They actually called me yesterday afternoon and told me her glasses were in. I piled all the kids in the car (hubby is out of town) and off we went. Here is a better photo after her introduction to a hair brush.
I'm not sure why but I'm loving that serious look on her face. She moved every time I tried to take one of her smiling....blurrrrville. Aren't they cute on her??!! She seems to be doing pretty well with them so far. She wore them to school and came home with them still on her face. I think that is definitely progress! ha
Okay, enough about my little baby doll. I actually did scrap a tiny bit. I started working on a page in my journal. I used the same papers from G45. I made a little pocket and then made a tag to go in the pocket.
The tag was made to go along with my friend, Michelle's tag challenge over at Sketches4all. (challenge ends today) She gave us a sketch to use and we were told to use something altered. I actually pull some scrap chipboard from my scrap pile for the base of the card. I had done some embossing on it and didn't like it so tossed it in the pile. (Georgie had mixed two containers of embossing powder together and when heated they looked awful together)
here is the before
here is the after
I made a layout for Crafter's Companion using the Stamp It -Butterfly Frame stamp that we are giving a sneak peak of this week. It will soon be in stores. I told you yesterday that I really like this set of stamps because they really work well on layouts and other altered projects like my journal. I love that! I am just going to show you my layout here. If you want more details on it go check out the post I did over at CC Blog today.
I will tell you that I scrapped a photo of my sister and our cousin. In the photo they are sitting on our grandmother's lap. My sister and our cousin were both born prematurely in the same city on the same day but in different hospitals. We always call them the "Twin Cousins". Neither my aunt nor my mother knew the other one was having a baby at the same time they were!! That memory definitely deserved a layout to commemorate it!
Notice that I used the same G45 paper from Botanicabella. Yummy paper!!
Okay enough for now. I hope you are having a great Tuesday. Thank for visiting.