that is, submission-wise. And I had done up a batch, so here they are:
JOURNALING: While we were packing for Oxford, I asked the boys to pick out nice outfits for Thanksgiving day. They packed their costumes from 2 Halloweens ago. And then, that day, turns out Sara dressed as a Native American, too! Coincidence, cosmic fate, or just knowing how to celebrate properly? Whichever, the boys’ FIRST Thanksgiving AT Grandma and Grandpa’s was perfect. These cousins are in synch!
SUPPLIES: cardstock: Prism and Bazzill; patterned paper and rub-ons: Fancy Pants; interlocking puzzle pieces: K & Company; acrylic paint: Plaid; chipboard letters: Heidi Swapp; Jane Austen and ITC Franklin Gothic fonts.
JOURNALING: My Mom entertains with such confidence & ease. No big lists and days of worry. She gives us this gift and we are loved.
SUPPLIES: cardstock: Bazzill; patterned paper: Fancy Pants and Rusty Pickle; puzzle pieces: K & Company; chipboard letters: Lil' Davis (big "t") and Scenic Route; rub-ons: Fancy Pants; letter rub-ons: Royal & Langnickel; ink: Staz-on; white pen: Gelly Roll.
What U know 1st is with you 4-ever
JOURNALING: For your brother and the river, give thanks.
SUPPLIES: cardstock: Bazzill; patterned paper: My Mind's Eye; rub-ons, fabric and metal embellishments: American Traditional Designs; rub-on heart and daisy: Fancy Pants; chipboard U: Lil' Davis Designs; chipboard 1: Heidi Swapp; rub-on letters: Royal & Langnickel; rub-on 4: Creative Imaginations; twill: Wright's; cord: Trimtex; alpha ribbon: Maya Road; buttons: sewing supply; digital "scrolly" frame: Tia Bennett/Designer Digitals; digital flourish stamp on photo: Cottage Arts; digital frame: Katie Pertiet/Designer Digitals; ink: Tsukineko; rubber stamp (script): Hero Arts; other: tags; CBX Heber font.
And today I'm grateful to have these moments to scrap (and I'm also grateful to the friends who invited our boys over this a.m. and told Neil they keep them til late afternoon.---better get crackin').