Sunday, February 14, 2010

As you can see I have been quite productive lately. I have done other pages but have not posted them at the request of the people featured on the pages. So gradually I am using up some of my supplies and am trying to use some different techniques as well.
This book was designed by Deb and is a 6 x 6 inch chipboard book. I used a lot of Deb's ideas but incorporated some of my own. I don't know who I am going to feature in this book or who I will give it to, but I think it is a really sweet little book.

This book was created using Little Yellow Bicycle Baby Safari line. I made this for our grandaughter of the heart (a term a friend of mine came up with when she lost her very close friend, she called her the mother of her heart). Her and her husband had a baby girl 3 weeks ago and it is a gift in which she can place pictures of their daughter.

This little album was made with 4 x 4 inch cardstock glued together rather than using chipboard. Tanya taught this class. I just love it. I have included pics of one of our great grandaughters, but haven't done the journaling yet. She was having a great time posing with her fake tattoo's. She is a real little entertainer. I competed one for her sister as well.

We went to a hockey tournament in PA yesterday (Feb 13/10). One of our grandsons was playing. We saw two games. The first one was not very successful, but the second game was awesome. They were trailing 6 to 2. With only about 6 minutes left in the game, they tied it up. What excitement, it made the trip worth while. A good friend of the family went with. We stopped on the way home in Hague and had a very nice supper. It was a really good day. Hopefully I will be able to edit the photos and do a LO and then post it later. The photo's didn't turn out very well, too many panes of glass to shoot through.
Ready for Auntie's and Uncle's wedding.

Winter in Quebec!