Wow...it's already the middle of April and I'm still trying to figure out where March went! I always know that the end of the school year flies....but this year it seems to be going extra fast!
We've been super busy in the Harper house....mainly because of Zack. We had the Washington DC trip (AWESOME time), soccer training, soccer games and a soccer tournament.
With everything going on, you would think I wouldn't have a lot of time to scrap, but that's not true. In fact, I'm proud of just how much scrapping I HAVE accomplished.
Of course, participating in several online crops and working through challenges over at SAS have helped me along.
Here are just a few of my current creations (may take a few days to share them all...lol)
This layout is of my Great-Aunt, Millie. She died young from breast cancer and I've always wished that I could have met her. I soooo love this line from Echo Park!
This layout was created for a SAS sketch challenge. Can I just say that this line from Crate is one of my absolute favorites! I used random pictures of my husband, through the years. The bottom one is when we were dating, then there is one of the boys (taken in the hospital on Father's Day), one of him with Taylor at Thanksgiving 2002 and the last one was taken this past Christmas.
I created this layout for a Journaling challenge over at Birds of a Feather. I used a Pencil Lines sketch for this one. So much fun!
Another sketch layout for SAS. I HATE having my picture taken (such a poor self-image) but I'm hoping to get better. I don't want my daughter to have the same issues. I have been trying to use more of my stash and loved finally working with this line from Basic Grey.
Another heritage layout. This is my great-aunt and my grandmother. I "think" I'm going to add some white cs and mat each of the pictures. I used the January BOAF kit for this one...LOVE this CC line.
This layout was created for a Going Green challenge over at Birds of a Feather. I love using Prima packaging on my layouts. Lots and Lots of stash for this one!
Finally, a layout of little Miss Taylor. I finally used this awesome MME paper for a Flower Power challenge over at BOAF.