Monday, February 11, 2008

drip drip drip



And here's a little sampler for Valentines day i did this weekend after getting the newest Scrap Etc mag and seeing the one in there. Something fun for my seasonal display on my vintage singer sewing cabinet. It's about 9x12.



























AT LAST the cold snap that blanketed the prairies has broken and we are above zero and dripping today!! will it last? it isn't sounding like it for very long but i will take anything "warm"i can get, especially with Mitchell's class on a 3 days outdoor camping adventure, they'll have a lot more fun skiing and snowshoeing in these temperatures.

The last few weeks flew by as usual with work and hockey games and 4-h stuff and this month will be much the same but the good thing is it means we are getting that much closer to Easter break and warmer weather and a visit with my mom, & brother Chris and his lil guy, i can't wait to see the G-man again, and he'll be almost 3. The countdown is on to the big trip to Costa Rica for Lindsey and her travelmates from school, we're busy rounding up all the stuff she needs and everyone is getting very excited.

I've tried to scrap when i have a spare moment so i'll share some of my recent creations (the big picture Load challenge was awesome and i am happy to say i posted a layout a day for the month of january and did more than the 31 necessary). So here ya go... and the layouts "can spot come in, and Boy on the go"are created with january Life Preservers kits!!!!

3 comments:

Heather said...

Your work is just beautiful! i am bookmarking your blog!

Angela Fehr said...

Hi Corry! I gave Tracy my neighbour your blog address too - glad I found it! I"ve been scrapbooking for the last month and a half - enjoying it even though it keeps me from painting! Then I look at your layouts and realize that I can only be great at one thing and it's not scrapping!! I love how your layouts don't always include photos of people and the big embellishments are great, too. I'd like to figure out how to make some great embellishments that are bigger - sometimes you just need more than a brad or two!

Carolyn said...

Corry - fabulous work like always!