As I continue to celebrate my 22nd anniversary with SU this month, I thought I would share a fun scrapbook page I created in 2003. This was during the SU incentive trip to Hawaii. Most of the trips we went as a family, with my two daughters. I loved seeing their hair beaded, Janessa buried in the sand and our visit to the Fern Grotto. If I had not scrapbooked it, I doubt I would have remembered much of the details. Let’s face it, I’m lucky these days to remember why I went into the next room. 🙂
Now back to the scrapbook page. Remember hammering eyelets? Those were the days! Paul never minded if I stayed up late to craft, he just asked that I not hammer eyelets after 10 pm. 🙂 That was a reasonable request. Thank goodness we have so many other fun new embellishments to play with today.
What is your favorite SU embellishment or accessory??? I would say for me, it would be the BIG Shot. It adds so many options: cutting, create packaging items (boxes and bags) and dry embossing. The craft world is a better place, thanks to the Big Shot!
Now here is a picture of everyone last Saturday when we took our family photo for our Christmas card. We even included Willow (the cats will have to have their own picture from home.) It is fun to see the changes over the years! Lots of fun travel and good memories!
We were fortunate on Saturday because the thunderstorms stopped right as we began taking pictures, so we were able to go outside. When we finished, the storms started up again. Perfect timing!
Stamp Retreat this Weekend
9 am to 9 pm
Held out of my home in Roscoe
You can find more information and register online
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Bring your holiday cards, projects, scrapbooking or whatever you want to work on.
This is 12 hours of YOU time!
Day #5 of 22 Days
In honor of my 22nd SU anniversary (10/13/17), I will have 22 days of giveaways so keep coming back every day and leaving a comment to be entered!!!
Winner of yesterday’s drawing: Jean Hayes
She will receive a gift of product and a hand-stamped card! Stay tuned for happy mail!
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– A Walk Back in Time” and then the comment section should appear below.