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Hello there! I promise I had AMAZING, grand intentions about posting this yesterday. I had the post allll ready to go and when I hit "Publish"....uh yeah don't know what happened! But the post was not there and I was too annoyed to re do it all lol! But today is a new day and I am ready to sit down and do it again!
Yesterday was busy. DCWV office, eyelash appointment, nail appointment...all this effort to look cute for the camera ;) I am off to film for the rest of the week so today is "pack-catch up on email day". But I am excited to head off and see my friends in Ohio & Texas.
Since I posted my family picture last week, I have been getting email wondering about how we got our rescue dog, Foxy! Well....my co-workers can vouch on this, it is QUITE an amazing story which deserves it's own post. So look for that as soon as I get home from my trip.
Gotta share this picture tho-my 5 year old looked at me and said, "We look alike, don't we Mom." I died and had to take a picture. He was dead serious!! Foxy is an angel doggy and we love her!
I have a couple gorgeous pages to show you today. This first one uses the "Nana's Nursery Baby Girl Stack. This cute stack has been out for a few years and I still see it pop up on projects all of the time. I love how classy it is. The colors and patterns are pretty timeless! I love it when our stacks stand the test of time and are still great YEARS after they are out. Not all companies can say that in my opinion.
Adorable rosette. I love this page...if only I had a cute little girl of my own to put on this page ;)
This fun page uses the Shimmer Stack which is our shimmery, smooth cardstock. I wish you could see this page in person, the photo doesn't give the shimmer paper it's rightful justice :)
I love these flowers. They are just circles that are scored around the edges and folded to give them that slight demision. So easy, break out those circle punches!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful day :)