Alma 32:41

...Nourish the tree as it beginneth to grow, by your faith with great diligence, and with patience, looking forward to the fruit thereof, it shall take root; and behold it shall be a tree springing up unto everlasting life.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Scraplifted .... Myself!

Digidare's (see sidebar links) challenge for this week was to scraplift yourself! I decided to scraplift this LO but I turned it on it's side since the photo I wanted to use was vertical instead of horizontal.
credits: The word art, Papers, and elements are all by Mindy at Fresh Brewed Coffee(see side bar) Paper and elements are part of her moody blues kit.
There are some photos that just need to stand on their own. I thought this one that I just took of Kaden blowing bubbles was one of those so that's why I chose to scraplift the above LO for it.

I love the hand drawn bubbles from 2peas Rhonna Farrer's Splish Splash kit. Matt didn't get them. Let me know what you think. Other credits- quote word art is Katie Pertiet Quote challenge for Designer Digitals(they have the most amazing freebies for their challenges- I am always getting inspiration there), the Background paper is from Karla Marano's (Karla's stores are both in my side bar) Back to School kit, and the font is CK Artisan I think... It's CK something...

My little boy is growing up too fast! He just turned 2! He was so cute blowing out his candles. He was afraid to get close to them at first and kept saying, "Hot! Hot!" :) Look for those LOs later this week. :)


Heidi said...

What a sweet little boy. And I totally loved the bubbles. . .

tami and todd said...

Those are both awesome pages! Very nice!

Mistylynn said...

Wow, love that cute little bubble blower!
The potty training has been rough going. We started at two...gave up...started again...gave in...started again and he'll be three in a couple of weeks!!!!! He has been our HARDEST to PT. His bro and sis were PTed at 2. He's finally gettting it though and my goal is to have it over with by June-when we go camping at the beach in CA.
I do have to say that my oldest was terrified to poop in the toilet but was totally on top of the peeing. So, he picked out a toy he really wanted and we put it up high and told him he could have it when he went. It worked like a charm...two days later he was potty trained.
I guess I've learned that they're ready when THEY'RE ready.
Take care.