Here is just some of my CHA experience! It was AWESOME, yet tiring. We walked the floors for 8 hours straight the first day, no lunch, and still didn't see it all (these photos are in no particular order).
And this is the large rip that happened to my bag sometime during it's flight. Luckily I can't think of anything that is missing! I was horrified when I found it waiting for me like this though! (this is refilled with my daughters clothes to show the size of the rip)
I took so many photos! Off to make a post on the Torendi Blog! Be sure to check out Amy's take on it all while you are there!
I decided to do a quick post with some images from the new Downtown Disney Store D Street. I was super excited to hear that it would be opening before CHA and I would have a chance to check it out. It has lots of cool stuff in it! Here is a little blog about it if you want to know more. It was rough to be AT Disneyland but not IN Disneyland. I will survive, I suppose.
Let's go back to Fall with some E.A.D Designs Rub-ons. I used the Cottage rub-ons in brown to get the perfect Fall feel. I just love the way the mushrooms match with the Sassafras paper (one of my favorite lines)!
Alice decided Fall leaves are a tasty treat, BLECH!
Ok, so we can't really go back to Fall, but I have seen signs of Spring around here, so it won't be too much longer!
Hooray, another layout! Maybe I will start to put a dent in all the photos I need to scrap (HA!). I played along with Sketchy Thursdays this week to create this layout. It was super easy to scrap using almost all Cosmo Cricket Honey Pie items. This is my baby girl on her first Easter morning.
And because I think this photo is just too funny/cute/sad I had to add it in!
Welcome to the January edition of the E.A.D Designs blog hop! This months theme is LOVE. Are you ready for Valentines Day? Have something special planned for the ones you love? Why not let E.A.D Designs make your Valentines crafts a little easier. For my card and my layout I used the 10 x 10 inch Valentine Block Design in dark red. These images are HUGE and I have so many left. I love the envelope and am still trying to find the PERFECT way to use it. There are even more love themed designs HERE.
This card is HUGE! 6 by 6 1/2 inches! I'm going to let my girls decorate the inside as part of their Valentines fun.
I had a cute little pink heart bead that I glued on and then decided the scallops and heart needed some light pink glitter to match! It is a Valentine's Day card after all.
My layout isn't Valentines themed but it is about love. My daughters love to laugh and they are so silly, trying or not. This layout is about the time Aurora's hair looked like a lion's mane on Grammy's couch. It was too funny.
Lucky? I made a quick and easy St. Patty's Day card with the new E.A.D Designs vinyl St Patrick's Day rub-ons in GOLD! Here's hoping I find some real gold that day! ;) I also used the sketch over at Get Sketchy this week!
I decided to accent the clovers and rainbows with black sharpie to help tie in the large black rectangle (here is a closer view).
Be sure to come back on Friday the 15th for the E.A.D Designs Blog hop and your chance to win!
Seeing as though I am a year (*cough* or more *cough*) behind on my scrapbooking, I thought I better kick it into gear. E.A.D Designs rub-ons make any layout adorable in a short amount of time. Here is a layout I did of a random sunny winter day at the park. I used the "Good Times" rub-ons in teal.
The background paper is from the Bam Pop! Volume 3 paper pack found at Torendi, HERE.
The holidays have come and gone and just when you thought you were done making all those Christmas cards, it's time to start in on the THANK YOU cards! I made this adorable Japanese themed thank you card with the Torendi Kawaii Rub-ons. The girl is from Deliciously Kawaii and "Arigatou" is from Kawaii Phrases. The paper and flowers are from the Sassafras Lass Monstrosity line.
Thank you to all of my wonderful blog readers and I hope 2010 brings lots of happiness your way!
Double N, is for my name, Jenn (if anyone was confused). I'm sure you all know at least two or more Jenns, Jens, or Jennifers. Well in my small circle of friends, I was called Double N, and the other Jen was Single N (so creative!). It did the trick to let us know who you were trying to talk to though.
Most of my time is devoted to my two beautiful daughters, Aurora and Alice. I'm forever behind in my scrapbooking because I take too many pictures of my babies.