Well, I recieved a yummy package of goodies about a week and a half ago. The Paper Niche is doing KITS!!! Hooray! Fun! I'll be designing one soon, too. This one was put together by the sweet and beautiful, Bonita. As we were trying to come up with some snazzy names, we talked about it looking very 'Gypsy' and 'Morracian' and like 'the beach at sunset' -- needless to say, the name of the kit is still in the works. However, I still worked feverishly on it. And mostly today because of the fatigue I feel during the week. I still can't believe how much stuff I was able to make with everything. Here's what I did. Enjoy! And as always, comments = LOVE. Thanks!
(6) 12 x 12 layouts
(3) Cards(1) Mini There you have it, folks! 10 projects!!!! The Paper Niche rocks.
We went to celebrate my brother turning 24 @ Buca De Beppo. Yum, lemon chicken and lasagna and spaghetti with meatballs and garlic bread with mozarella and best of all family. He's growing up fast and every year seems to show more and more qualities that one can only find in my brother. He's artistic, soooo artistic. And he's got his art teachers encouraging him all the way! I can't wait to see what this year will bring for him. He's so talented. The way he picks up that guitar and rocks out! I love that. Mostly, he is the sweetest! Anything, you need. He's there.
In other news, experienced great morning sickness today. I mean, WOW, was I hurling!!! Before church, on the way to church, just outside church, during praise and worship, and right after, on the way home. I don't know if it was something that was inevitability coming to me, or due to my MASSIVE headache. Still, here I am at 7:45p and I've been sober from hunching over for a good 4 hours. Munching on some crackers and slurping up some soup while watching old epis of Sliders. Interesting. I've really got to get some scrapping done for the Paper Niche... meeting Tuesday. And Wednesday is my next appointment for a baby check up! Yay - so excited!
I've been crushing Frank Sinatra since high school and decided I'd plaster him in my 'teen book'. With a cool fold, quick brush techniques, and some cirlce punches this layout just fell right into place.