Tuesday, December 31, 2013

December - the sad month

December has always been a very sad month for my dad's side of the family. With the exception of one of his brothers, every immediate family member has passed away during the month of December. Many times through the years, my dad used to say that if he made it through till January, he'd be alive for another year and he'd be happy!

Well, it is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wonderful 82 year old dad passed away on December 26th after just 5 days in the hospital. We are so saddened as it was very unexpected. He died on the same date that his mother did 20 years ago and he was born on her 18th birthday, the oldest of nine children. How very strange that he was born on her birthday and died on the anniversary of her death. But that's the way things roll in this family.


As sad as I feel right now about the loss of my dad who was such a kind, gentle, loving man who was liked/loved by many, I am thankful he is no longer suffering. Not the type to complain much about anything, we never knew he was suffering so much. He never told us how bad it really was so as not to worry us. That's my dad!

Now Dad is pain-free, enjoying a big bowl of ice cream or a good glass of wine, or maybe both, or possibly even doing some fly-fishing because he loved that so much but hadn't been able to do it for the past several years, listening to his favorite classical music while being reunited with his parents and several siblings and most likely partying like crazy with them. They loved a great party! Party on, Dad! I love you and miss you - until we meet again!

Your loving daughter,
~Carol


Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Taking a break.....

.....for now. I received bad news about my dad and have not been in the mood to continue with my listing. After things have settled down, I will try to complete the lists and start posting again but until then your thoughts and prayers are much appreciated. I need them to stay strong for my dad. I am so very sad right now.

Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I'll be back!

~Carol

Friday, December 20, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 19

Day 19 of 30 days of lists - Projects I finished this year:
  1. removed very old photos from those very old albums
  2. my very first Project Life album
  3. several awesome mini albums
  4. two 2014 calendars
Happy listing!

~Carol

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 18

Day 18 of 30 days of lists - On my shopping list....

  1. adhesive
  2. eggnog
  3. holiday food
  4. Picture My Life products from CTMH
  5. wine, wine & more wine

Happy listing!

~Carol

Thursday, December 19, 2013

'Tis the Season to Sparkle & Shine

This week's challenge over at the Heart2Heart blog is a Sparkle & Shine challenge using Ruby, Juniper & Slate with a little sparkle thrown in. Check it out here and join in the last challenge for the year.

I will not be returning to the design team ;-( as I feel I'm in need of a break but I wanted to at least participate in this last challenge before saying goodbye - for now.

I created another one of those cool little mini albums - made with just one sheet of cardstock or double-sided pattern paper - that are so much fun to make. It's so hard to get good photos of all the fun elements included in the album - you really have to see it to appreciate it - but I hope you get the feel for it.

Supplies used are all Close To My Heart:
X7176B - Sparkle & Shine paper pack
X7176C - Sparkle & Shine Complements
Z2170 - Ruby ink
Z2165 Juniper ink
Z2173 - Slate ink
Z1263 - Bitty Sparkles
Z1751 & Z1701 Baker's Twine
Z1686 - Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge
C1278 - Library Cards stamp set (retired)
G1063 - Frosted Workshop on the Go stamp set
Bind-it-All machine
Retired ribbon and metals

Front cover with a little sparkle on the tree if you look closely





If you'd like to participate in the last challenge of the year, start creating something with Ruby, Juniper and Slate colors plus a little sparkle then share a link to your artwork with us here. Be sure to use mostly CTMH products in your artwork or your link will be removed. Sorry, them's the rules! And that's the last time this year you'll hear me say that! ;-)

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you totally enjoy every moment of the upcoming holidays! Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and Happy Scrampin'!

~Carol

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 17

Day 17 of 30 Days of Lists - I wish I had done more______this year


  1. exercising
  2. sewing
  3. reading
  4. sales
  5. visiting with my daughter
  6. Big Picture classes
  7. listing
  8. trips to visit family
Thanks for stopping by! Happy listing!

~Carol

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 16

A day behind but here's my list for day 16 for the 30 days of lists challenge....favorite things to eat this time of year:

  1. pistachio chip cookies
  2. crab dip
  3. lasagna
  4. fudge
  5. candy canes 
  6. peanut brittle
  7. boxed chocolates


Thanks for stopping by today! Happy listing!

~Carol

Sunday, December 15, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Days 14 & 15

Day 14 - Stocking up on....
  1. baking supplies
  2. ink & photo paper
  3. bird seed & suet for our fine feathered friends
  4. good thoughts for the upcoming new year


Day 15 - I like to avoid......
  1. housework
  2. rush hour traffic
  3. shopping malls
  4. crowds
  5. being late for appointments
  6. the grocery store
  7. unpleasant situations
If you'd like to join in the fun of 'listing', check it out at 30daysoflists

~Carol


Friday, December 13, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 13

My list for day 13 of the December 30 Days of Lists challenge. At my age, I don't get real excited about too many things anymore and I could actually think of a couple more things to add as I'm typing this but it's too late to add them to my finished list so this is it!

I get excited when.....

  1. it's time to Skype with my grandchildren!!!
  2. I finish an awesome piece of artwork!!
  3. I have friends over to scrapbook with!
  4. a new Big Picture class or event begins!!!


Enjoy and happy listing!

~Carol

Thursday, December 12, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 12

My day 12 list for the 30 Days of Lists challenge.

Places I went this year:

  1. Shady Maple Farm Market (several times)
  2. Syracuse, NY for a wedding (in February, no less!)
  3. Ephrata, PA to the Green Dragon Farmer's Market
  4. Philadelphia for the Broad St. Run
  5. Harris Hill for family reunion
  6. Eldridge Park to relive my childhood :)
  7. Hometown of Elmira, NY (several times)
  8. Conowingo Dam, MD to watch the Bald Eagles
  9. Lancaster, PA for the bike club Christmas party
This is my longest list so far which really surprised me since I didn't think that I go out very often but I guess I do! I ran out of room to put the number 12 that I was going to use - the one that matches all the others I've used so far- so I had to use a different one. But I like it since there's no right or wrong way to make a list!

Happy listing!

~Carol

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 11

My day 11 list for the 30 Days of Lists challenge:
Without ________, I would probably__________



  1. coffee / be crabby
  2. my husband / not have an awesome craft room
  3. lists / forget a LOT!
  4. scrapbooking / be bored
  5. Skype / miss my grandchildren even more
Happy listing!

~Carol

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Days 9 & 10

The next two days of the 30 Days of Lists challenge. 

Day 9 - My favorite outfits/accessories:
  1. my Bully Hill Vineyards sweater (dread the day it falls apart)
  2. leaf & bird earrings
  3. sweatshirts & sweatpants (all winter long)


Day 10 - I was a friend this year by:
  1. sharing my love of scrapbooking
  2. purchasing a charm in honor of my friend's son who passed away almost 3 years ago
  3. giving Ruth a tribute scrapbook

                                     

Happy listing!

~Carol

Monday, December 9, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Days 7 & 8

I'm a little behind on my lists. I had a somewhat busy weekend and by the time I finished my lists yesterday, the daylight was gone and not good for taking photos. Even if I'd had them done before dark, it was such a cloudy, snowy day - a dusting to an inch turned into 7 inches! - that they wouldn't have been very good anyway. So here are days 7 & 8 in one post.


Day 7 - What I'm going to remember about today:
  1. always and forever will remember the bombing of Pearl Harbor even though I wasn't alive then
  2. how much I dislike shopping malls!
  3. the great time we had at the Lancaster Bike Club Christmas party
  4. the surprise order on my website!
Day 8 - On my movie-watching list:
  1. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
  2. The Grinch Who Stole Christmas (cartoon)
  3. Elf
  4. The Santa Clause
I am not a movie-watcher (I can't sit still long enough nor can I justify the expense or time wasted) except for this time of year when there are a few favorite Christmas movies I love to watch.

Thanks for stopping by! Happy listing!

~Carol


Moving On

This week's challenge at the Heart2Heart blog is all about 'moving on'. I interpret this as something that is interactive or has moving parts so here is my creation.

I created this baby mini album as a gift for my son & his wife on the birth of their new baby boy. (Yea, they finally have a boy!) It has lots of interactivity on the inside - including pages that open, pockets with pull-out tags for journaling on one side and a photo on the other and even a couple flip flaps.

Since taking these pictures of the album, I have added lots of photos inside. It was amazing to see how many fit in this little album. I haven't counted them yet since I haven't fully completed the album but trust me, it holds a LOT!

Front cover

Inside front cover

an inside page with a flip flap
another inside page
                         
another inside page with a flip flap
                            

inside back cover
 Supplies used are all Close To My Heart:

  • X7173B Babycakes paper pack
  • X7173C Babycakes Canvas Shapes
  • C1558 Wild Wonders stamp set
  • S1312 Special Care - Dec stamp of the month 
  • Z1686 Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
  • Z1375 Kraft cardstock
  • Z1879 Pro Player Assortment
  • Z1817 Slate Washi Tape
  • Z1849 Bronze Shimmer Trim
  • Z1747 Flip Flaps
  • Z2191 Sunset ink
  • Z2111 Chocolate ink
  • Z2173 Slate ink
  • Z2110 Buttercup ink
  • Z1753 Brown & Tan Sparkles
Whew! That's a lot of supplies! But what an amazing mini album I created! Now it's your turn to create something interactive or with moving parts or however you interpret it. Have fun but be sure to use some Close To My Heart products in your artwork then share it with us over at the heart2heart blog.

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol


Friday, December 6, 2013

30 Days of Lists is Cool!

These past few days I have been having so much fun as a lister. What's a lister, you ask? Well, it's someone who makes a list every day after receiving a prompt from the ladies over at the 30 Days of Lists website. This is my first time as a lister and I am so happy to have joined in. You'll be happy, too, when you see how much fun it can be.

Hurry on over to the 30 Days of Lists website for all the details. It's not too late to join in on listing for December. Be sure to check out my previous posts of the lists I have created so far for inspiration. Just scroll down to view them.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy listing!

~Carol

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 6


Call me silly for possibly trying to relive my youth but here is my list for today's prompt - on my reading list. I didn't actually write all this in the journal but felt the need to elaborate a bit on my list in this post. 
  1. Dr. Zhivago - saw the movie for the first time when I was maybe 16 years old and have seen it many times since & never get tired of it but I really need to read the book.
  2. Just Mrs. Goose - I read every. single. one. of the Mrs. Goose book series over & over & over again when I was a kid. I even still have a copy of my Summer Reading List from 1964 and 9 of the 10 books listed is a Mrs. Goose book! Ha!
  3. Nancy Drew Mysteries - I am sad to say that I don't have any of my original books but will purchase new printings from time to time.
  4. The Christmas Box - A book that we have had for many years but one I do not remember ever having read so this is the time of year to read it. 
Thanks for stopping by today! Happy listing!

~Carol


Thursday, December 5, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 5


For some reason this one took me awhile. There have been so many traditions in my entire lifetime starting from when I was a child on up to adulthood and through my own children's lives but most have gone by the wayside as I grew up and my children grew up and left home. I guess that's why this list was tough for me because it's just my husband and I here most of the time as all family members live out of town except for our daughter so we really don't have too many traditions anymore. Surprisingly though, these 5 did come to mind!
  1. Celebrate birthdays with dinner out
  2. Always cut down our own Christmas tree
  3. Lasagna for Christmas Day dinner
  4. Take down Christmas tree & decorations on New Year's Day
  5. Head out to Lancaster County on winter Saturday mornings.
Thanks for looking! Happy listing!

~Carol


Wednesday, December 4, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 4

Here's day 4 of the 30 days of lists challenge - I am happy to report. I may have gone a little overboard on the stamping but I sure had fun doing it! ;-)

I am happy to report:

  • I cut back on my coffee consumption and I feel fine!
  • I have almost completed my very first Project Life album
  • that creating a list every day for a whole month really is fun!
Have a crafty day!

~Carol

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 3

When I saw today's prompt for 30 Days of Lists, This is the only time of year I.....I thought this was going to be a tough one for me but the more I thought about it, it was actually quite easy!



This is the only time of year I....

  • wish my children were little again!
  • wish I still lived in my hometown where family is
  • bake pistachio cookies & make fudge
  • actually look forward to watching TV (Christmas shows)
  • start looking forward to a new year!
Thanks for looking! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Monday, December 2, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 2

Here's my day 2 entry: Around my home....
  • plants to be watered
  • hunters across the road
  • stacks of unread magazines
  • a grandfather clock in need of repair
  • cluttered pantry
  • many birds at the feeder
  • dishes to put away
I decided to include a photo collage of my list today except for the birds. When I went to take a pic, they had already flown away. 

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Sunday, December 1, 2013

December 30 Days of Lists - Day 1


Here we go - Day 1 of my first list challenge and here is my first page!

  • complete 30 Days of Lists & December Daily album
  • finish organizing photos
  • plan January all-day crop
  • visit Longwood Gardens

The big number 1 is from Megan over at thenerdnest.com but you can only get them if you join in the December list challenge. It's not too late to get started! Just go to 30daysoflists.com for all the details!

Thanks for looking! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Saturday, November 30, 2013

30 Days of Lists - December 2013

As if I don't already have enough on my plate, I decided to join in on something a bit different to go along with my December Daily flip album - 30 Days of Lists. What is this all about, you ask? Well, since this is my first one, I am no expert so you can get all the details here. And if it sounds like something you'd like to try, be sure to sign up today because it starts TOMORROW!

Since this is my first time 'listing', I am starting out with a simple journal - one from Close To My Heart - that was on clearance and no longer available. Bummer! Glad I grabbed a couple before they disappeared. Anyway, I'm thinking maybe I'll just do the lists in the journal and the photos will be in my December Daily album. Not quite sure how I want to proceed with this challenge but it will come to me as I go along.



I created the cover in Microsoft Word, re-sized it to 5" x 7", added the words then printed it on Colonial White cardstock. I secured it to the canvas front with double-sided sticky tape - love that stuff! I then chose 2 colors of inks from CTMH that I thought would match - and they did perfectly - and stamped the large arrow images on a piece of cardstock then cut them out and adhered them to the cover. The smaller arrow images were stamped directly onto the cover piece. Love how it turned out and I am so ready for December 1st! Yea!

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!

Just want to wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving! Enjoy the time spent with your loved ones because that's what it's all about...being thankful for friends and family and all we enjoy in our lives. Although this year it's just hubby and I at the dinner table, we are very thankful for each other and the 44 years (7 years dating, 37 years married) we've been together. We wouldn't have it any other way!

We are especially thankful for our children and grandchildren. We are blessed to have them in our lives and wish we could see them more often. I also feel so grateful that my parents are still on this earth to enjoy this holiday.

Since we don't live in the same city as our family members, I am so thankful for Skype because we will be able to 'spend' the holiday with them even though we are miles apart!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

~Carol



Monday, November 25, 2013

Sponging Technique for Heart 2 Heart

Here is my creation for this week's Heart2Heart challenge - sponging technique. Can you tell where I sponged? Well, if not, I'll tell you! See all the scalloped border strips? I sponged the edges of them. I also sponged around the edges of the cardstock square that I stamped the wreath on.

I used a sponge inked with Desert Sand and starting from the edges of the cardstock, I swirled the sponge in a circular motion as I worked my way toward the center where I stamped the sentiment. By starting from the edges and working in a circular motion, you avoid leaving ink circles on your project. Just keep adding more ink to your sponge and moving in a circular motion until you get the effect you want. In my case, I wanted to keep the center quite a bit lighter than the outside edges so the sentiment would pop more.

The wreath itself was stamped in Versamark ink then embossed with white embossing powder. I waited for it to cool off before applying the Desert Sand ink. I then wiped off the excess ink from the embossed wreath so that it showed up even better. I added a ribbon knot, a strip of bronze shimmer trim and a few bits of bling here & there and called it done! Hope you enjoy it!


Wednesday, November 13, 2013

My December Daily Flip Album

Since December will be here before we know it, I wanted to get a jump-start on my December Daily album so it will be ready to go on the very first day. I want to be able to enjoy the holiday season without feeling stressed at all and getting this project out of the way is a big help!

Since taking these photos, I have completed the entire album but did not take photos of every page. You get the idea though, right?

 This is the front cover - I added the year to the right corner of the cover after taking this photo.









As you can see, it's very simply decorated with minimal embellishments and page elements as I wanted to get 'er done quickly plus not have a whole lot of bulk to it. I'm thinking I may remove the album from the display stand after Christmas, create a front & back cover with chipboard, tie ribbons through the holes or maybe use binder rings, change out the paper inside the stand itself then reuse the stand for another monthly-type album. What do you think of that idea? Hmm, by golly, I think it would work!

I created my album with the Z1896 Designed Decor Flip Stand Album from Close To My Heart. Papers used are from the X7176B Sparkle & Shine paper pack which you can find here and I used many of the X7176C Sparkle & Shine Dimensional Elements chipboard pieces that coordinate with the paper pack. Many of the pages and all of the overlays were cut from the Z1906 Artbooking Cricut cartridge which I totally love and you can find here. The stamped numbers for each of the 25 days are from the D1552 Magical Days stamp set found here

This little album was so fun to make and I'm excited that it is all ready to go before December. One thing I'm ahead of the game on and one less thing to worry about! I hope you have enjoyed my album. Thanks for stopping by today and happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Monday, November 11, 2013

Seeing Double

This week's Heart2Heart challenge is 'Seeing Double' which means create anything with at least 2 of the same item, image or embellishment or however you interpret it. Well, the jury is still out on my card but I decided not to take the time to create something different. I had other projects to work on and workshops to prepare for so I just couldn't find the time to create something new.


Anyway, here is my card. Can you 'see double' here? 2 scalloped circles with trees stamped on them, 2 scalloped borders, 2 knots in the twill ribbon, 2 metal leaves, 2 copper brads, 2 each of 2 different sized gems. What do you think? Did I overdo the 'seeing double' concept? Maybe, maybe not. This is not one of my best creations but it'll do! 

Now it's your turn to 'see double' on a project and leave us a link to it over on the heart2heart blog so we can check it out. Remember to use mostly Close To My Heart products on your artwork or we'll remove your link. Them's the rules! 

Thanks for stopping by and happy scrampin'!

~Carol

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program Coming Soon!

Picture my Life with CTMH

Love documenting memories in minutes? Then you’ll love the new Picture My Life™ scrapbooking program, meant for quick and beautiful memory-keeping. This program comes in eight themes, all based on the gorgeous designs of some of our most popular paper packets. Whether you choose to embrace a single theme or mix and match for a truly unique look, you’ll love the ease, affordability, and beauty of the Picture My Life programs. Your own photos are all you need to add to make astounding artwork—in no time at all!

Each program has a theme, from childhood to friendship to travel, but because we have ensured sufficient variety in design and style of each you can easily apply the cards to other themes. Say you love the palette and designs of the Babycakes program but wish to apply a “family” theme—go ahead! It’s one of the unique differentiators and possibilities of the program! With a large quantity of product in each program you will be able to craft creative arrangements all your own. Each program includes 122 double-sided cards plus 10 unique Memory Protectors™ to capture life as it happens, and their versatility and gorgeous designs will transform your albums into masterpieces. On one side of each card is space for journaling, and on the other you’ll find artistic sentiments and icons. Each program is designed to accommodate approximately 100 photos in your included Memory Protectors, so with a balance of photos and cards, you’ll finish with about 20 remaining cards. That means you have plenty of choice and flexibility in which cards you choose to include, making it uniquely yours! Of course, you can easily use more or fewer photos in your project to suit your story’s needs.

Unique to Picture My Life is the included 12" × 12" double-sided cover page with each individual program, using a beautiful My Reflections™ pattern. True to Close To My Heart standards, the cover page offers a finished and cohesive look to your project with its featured high-quality design. The Picture My Life program is so versatile that you’ll find dozens of other ways to incorporate it into your papercrafting. Use the cards to expand other projects you’ve started! For example, if you just got back from the trip of a lifetime and wonder how you will capture all the details, mix the Picture My Life cards with your photos to extend your scrapbook pages. Choose your very favorite photos to scrapbook on 12" × 12" two-page layouts then use coordinating Picture My Life cards and your remaining photos to document the rest of your trip in minutes.

This program is yet another new, fresh addition and option for memory keepers to preserve their memories. You say you don't have time to scrapbook? Well, this new program is right up your alley! You'll be preserving your family memories quicker than you ever thought possible! The cards enhance the scrapbooking experience—making it even more fun—and they work brilliantly in mini albums, My Crush™ books, as journaling cards on your 12" × 12" classic scrapbook pages, or as gift cards and tags. 

For more information about the Picture My Life scrapbooking programs and the Join Close To My Heart campaign, which features the Picture My Life programs, read the details here.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

I'm So Excited!

Oh my! Oh my! Look what's coming down the pike! Picture My Life from Close To My Heart! I'm so excited! This has been a long time coming and I am so excited! Have I mentioned that I'm so excited? Well, I am! If you're a big fan of the Becky Higgins Project Life style of scrapbooking, you are going to LOVE this new product. Okay, now that you know I'm excited, here's the details!

When you join my team and the Close To My Heart family from November 1 to December 15 and submit qualifying personal sales*, you’ll receive a stunning new product, the Picture My Life™ scrapbooking program—FREE (retail value $24.95)! Select from eight darling themes, from vacation to friendship to childhood—each featuring 122 double-sided cards plus 10 unique Memory Protectors™ to capture it all. Picture it—then capture it!

So, are you excited now? I sure hope so! For just $49, you will not only receive this brand new exciting product from the Spring/Summer 2014 Idea Book for free, when you submit $300 commissionable sales by March 31, 2014 but you will receive over $180 in products and supplies to get your business off to a fantastic start. Contact me for more details! I'm so excited!



*Consultants must submit minimum qualifying personal sales of $300 by March 31, 2014.
Close To My Heart reserves the right to make substitutions based on product availability.
Free item available after January 1, 2014.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

What Matters Most

Love, love, love this cute little mini album I created using a chipboard book from Close To My Heart. I've had the book for awhile - they are no longer available (boohoo) - and was just waiting for the perfect opportunity to use it. This is it!

I am taking a class by Lisa Day over at Big Picture Classes (I love that company) and this is the project for week #2. Make a mini album about the 5 most important aspects of your life that you want to focus on and change if necessary in order to be happy in life. It's helping me to really think about what is most important and how I can be sure they stay priorities in my life - Self, Family, Health, Organize & Business.


I thought the vibrant colors of the Laughing Lola paper pack from Close To My Heart worked great for my album because the colors make me happy! And isn't that the purpose of this mini album - to focus on what makes me happy? See, perfect! Hope you enjoy the album.

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy scrampin'! 

~Carol

Right here, Right now!

Thought I'd share a little mini album I created after being inspired by a post here. I love mini albums and any time I can create one is a good time! I had fun making this little album especially because it went so quickly. I love instant gratification, don't you? It really helps to keep you motivated and moving forward. Anyway, check it out and if you decide to make one of your own, please share!


Here's the front cover which I totally love! I used the Sarita paper pack from Close To My Heart to cover the 5" x 7 3/4" pieces of chipboard that I cut for the front & back covers. I then added some washi tape to cover the raw edges. That is such a cool thing to do. I will have to remember to do that more often. I used some of the washi tape on the front for decoration as well and love how it looks. Little strips of Sarita papers adds some interest and color to the pages. A little bit of stamping and a couple embellishments then binding with my Bind-It-All and it's done. So cute! 

I think I may not only write the details of a specific day but take a photo of something that symbolizes that day as well and add that to the back of each of the pages. Yes, I think I like that idea!


Here's one of the inside pages. I printed out 12 pages, one for each month of the year and plan to just pick one day each month to record the 'right now' details. I think I'll start tomorrow since it's the beginning of a new month! 

Hope you have enjoyed my mini album! Thanks for stopping by today! Happy scrampin'!

~Carol

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