So many people have told me they just love the Earlybirds kit that I am selling at my store. A member of SAS's staff and WONDERFUL scrapper named Janalyn has created a quickpage using my Earlybirds kit, and we decided to share it for free (for a limited time) at the SAS Store.
Updates on my life:
Tonight, I decided to skip the gym. Instead, I took mom out shopping for a few new shirts and clothes to be ready for when SHE GOES BACK TO WORK NEXT WEEK! This was a mini-celebration outing, to prepare her with some new clothes since she has been lounging around in her grubbies for long enough :)
I also decided not to cook dinner tonight, and John bought him and Maia pizza while mom and I went shopping, YAY!!! I love those nights where there are no new dishes, no meals to plan, no nothing, just play.
Maia has learned what it means to say, "I don't like that." and is saying it a lot lately. She doesn't like most food, I am learning. And she is learning that if she tells me she doesn't like something, I might just not make her eat it... or I might make her, depending on what it is :) Oh the joy of teaching your child to accept a little disappointment is not a fun kind of joy.
I have been looking around at different scrap sites lately, trying to decide what styles really appeal to me, and what next step to take in my designing. I really like some shabby stuff, and have always been drawn to grungy looks... but I am finding out that I also really enjoy some very texture-rich stuff too. Oh the large gap from flat and shabby to realistic and textured... it perplexes me. What's your scrap style? Do you swing over from one to the other a lot?