M Wants to Say Hello

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJGErJjb2Lg And show you her work. It’s not uber clear but you can tell how proud she is of her scrapbook pages. I’ll take pics of them later but she insisted that she wanted to share her stories to all my “pretend” friends. She did everything in an hour. She sure beats mom!!! You can also watch the video in high quality. On the bottom right of the YouTube movie screen is a little HQ icon (or the arrow pointing up under the “YouTube” logo). Click it and select HQ (it’ll turn red). PS: I love my daughter’s “accent” instead

Happy Weekend!!!

Hi! Hope everybody’s having a great Saturday! M and I just got out of bed. M clonked out but we all came home at 2 a.m. last night. We were invited to hubby’s coworker’s house for some Rock Band and karaoke type of competition on the Playstation. We both sucked but it was fun. M had fun too because there were two little girls there too and one was her age. They had a blast playing. The other little girl, she’s 2, was flirting with the hubby…. ha, too too cute!!! Here’s a page I made using some Making Memories

A Card for M

Ok, it’s a bit on the crazy side but hey, it’s for M and what’s important was that she LOVED it. I used Laura’s sketch from 2Sketches4You. My first one and as you can see… I had too much fun. I didn’t do any stamping, I just used papers from: Collage Press journaling paper (the tan notebook looking thing), Tinkering Ink (the butterflies), Love Elsie (clouds and tree paper), October Afternoon (grass), Cosmo Cricut (tree), Making Memories (blue paper from the Passport kit), black SU cardstock, blingage, and just alphas. The little tree… I drew that in Illustrator and brought

M Made This

I just want to share a picture that M made me. She trimmed all by herself (I did the flower on the right). The right hand got cut. She was soooooo sad. She cried and it just broke my heart. She wanted to cut it oh so perfectly… just like mommy’s she said. Ooooh…. So that’s a picture of Emma with flowers all around her and blue sun glasses. The ribbons across was glued and the little pieces were stapled and then glued with craft glue. To give it some pizazz, she added some glitter glue all around. My little