Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Paper Popsicles May Kit

Lemon Pie! Sounds yummy doesn't it? Well this kit from Paper Popsicles is very fun! It has bold, bright, funky patterned papers from Paper Trunk and a few unexpected goodies from Teresa Collins, Heidi Swapp, and more. Here are a few layouts I did. There is still so much of this kit left, I really need to get busy and make some more stuff.

This is Luke when he was a sweet baby! How cool are these rubons? I believe they are bo-bunny brand. The ribbons are from Savvy N Sassy. I love the alphabet stickers from Doodle bug too.
Here is goofy Ella. I don't think this picture looks much like her. Why does this happen sometimes? Who knows. The black scalloped edge is from a cool sheet of Heidi Swapp paper.


Erick re-found some great older pics of the kids, particularly Ella as a baby and Jed in his toddler years. I have decided it's really time to put some kind of method to my scrap-madness and do some pages in order. That was a goal this year, and here it is, nearly May... (what????) and I haven't done much. Oops. So, somewhere in my busy schedule I will make some time for that.


As I blogged before, the kids got hair cuts last week. So one night before bed and after the kids had a bath, I got the idea to "do" Ella's hair. She hates to have her hair brushed. And she is not a fan of the blow dryer, but I thought some practice would be fun. I was feeling "mom-ish". So I put mousse in her hair, blew it dry and finished it off with a photo shoot. Ella is usually the best to photograph, she loves it and smiles freely. This time, not so much. I mean, she did smile, but she won't look at the camera for anything. We plucked a tulip bloom off our lovely tulip tree and I tortured her for a few minutes. She was entertaining with her goofy expressions, and I got a few decent pics that will end up on a scrap page soon I am sure. She still has that baby hair, where it grows and hangs forward from the back of her head. So I have to give her bangs, and still try to grow it all out. It's a complicated process. Here is one, just for fun.

5 comments:

Emily said...

I love that you were feeling "mom-ish" I get that same feeling every now and then. Cute photos and layouts. Seriously your scrap madness is amazing!

Stephanie said...

It's fun to torture your kids, it seriously relieves a lot of tension in my life. :)

Her hair does look cute though!

wendy said...

Ella is a cutie! I love what you did with the kit :)

Sheila said...

Love your layouts!!! and Ella is so sweet!!! great photos Awesome layouts!!!!

janet said...

Hi, Becca! I love the layouts. You did a great job on the layouts. Love the pictures. Hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day!!!