It seems to be scrapbooking week over in my neck of the woods. I've put the pajamas and other projects on hold while I do this. I've also moved out of my craft room and into the dining room. Sometimes it gets lonely up there and sometimes I like to share the pages with my husband for feedback, so it's easier to do that from the dining room.
So here are some bathtime pictures on a page:
I used a sheet from the Citrus stack and those stickers have been in my sticker stash for over seven years, I bet.
And then there's this page to commemorate her first election.
I had this sheet of stickers from the 2008 election that were not doing anything except take up space, so I cut them up and this is the result.
And then the next pages are sort of subdued.
So, the other day, when I was wandering around the craft store, I kept looking for new styles of stencils for letters, like these:
I have a couple sets of stencils from a bunch of years ago and have always liked them, but I wanted some different options. These were no where to be found. So what do people do nowadays? Does everyone use those cutting machines? I have a cricut, but am sort of afraid of it. I got it from someone who was selling hers and I don't think it came with directions. It also didn't seem to cut very well. I don't know. Anyway, so is that what people do?
Also. I went into Archiver's. Dude. That place is serious and intimidating. There's no way I am going to get my pages that fancy. And everything in that store is so expensive. Insane.