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Planes and Automobiles

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

When my mom was visiting in August, we took a trip up to Sacramento to visit my cousin. We stayed the night in the area and then took a scenic route home. We may have also pit stopped at craft stores. 😉 I added a couple photos from our flight back to NH together. No trains were involved, so I shortened the quote for the title.
Details: Brown patterned paper is by Jillibean Soup. White foam embellishments are by Thickers. Title was cut using the Opposites Attract Cricut cartridge.

Adventuring in Maine

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Back in August, we had a reunion of my immediate family. I flew home from Cali, and my brother flew home from Germany. These are pictures from our day trip up to Maine to explore, get lunch, and shop at the outlets.

Details: Blue background paper is Boy Branch (Baby Safari) by Little Yellow Bicycle. Light paper is actually a white and yellow pinstripe by SEI Bridgeport. Blue flower and red and blue journaling blocks are all by K&Company. “Quality Time” embellishment is by My Mind’s Eye. “Adventuring in” was cut using the Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge (Loop dee loo feature). “Maine” was cut using Opposites Attract. I also used my Gypsy to weld the letters of “adventuring.”

Maker Faire

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

The 4th Annual Maker Faire! We got a group of 10 together and headed to the Maker Faire in San Mateo on May 31. It was fun seeing all the handmade items from cars to papercrafts. We entered a bunch of raffles and my friend Sara won a Cuttlebug! =)

Details: Grid patterned paper is by Crate Paper. Green mesh paper is from the SEI Bridgeport paper stack. Orange scalloped mat is by Colorbok Friendly Forest. “Maker” was written with Making Memories glitter alpha stickers. “Faire” was cut using the Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge (Jack Sprat feature).

27th Birthday Celebrations

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

I got to celebrate my birthday twice this year. First I went out to dinner with my parents and brother in NH. Then on my actual birthday, I had a wonderful evening with my hubby! He took some photos of me (it’s fun to have spontaneous photo shoots on occasion!) and then we went to pick out diamond earrings. Once I was extra sparkly, we enjoyed dinner at a wonderful mediterranean restaurant and finished at Red Mango for dessert with friends.

Details: Patterned papers and orange wavy border are by Crate Paper. Flowers are by Making Memories. “27th” and “celebrations” were written with Making Memories glitter alpha stickers. “Birthday” was cut using the Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge.

A Four Course Anniversary

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

For our first anniversary, hubby and I went to the Melting Pot for a tasty round of fondue! It’s become a tradition because we went the week after we got married and againfor our 6 month half-versary. This time I decided to fully document our wonderful food.

Details: Flowery grid paper is by Chatterbox. Red patterned paper is the other side. Black scallop is Bazzill Just the Edge cardstock. Flower felt vine is from Michael’s. Green plastic flower/leaves are by Heidi Swapp. “a four course” and “The Melting Pot” were written with Making Memories glitter alpha stickers. “Anniversary” was cut using the Storybook Cricut cartridge.


Saturday, July 4th, 2009

The first Germany layout from our Europe trip. On the last day at my brother’s we went to a Fasching Parade. It’s basically Carnival. You dress up crazy, drink, and catch candy from the passing floats.

Details: Spotted paper is from the DCWV Pet Stack. Green patterned paper is by My Mind’s Eye – Penny Lane. Orange ribbon was from the $1 bin at Michael’s. Scalloped edge was made with the Fiskars Threading Water punch. Blue metal dots are by Mark Richards. “Fasching” was cut using the Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge (Jack Sprat feature).

A Walk with a View

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

While my parents were visiting, we went to Ed Levin County Park to see views of the bay from the ridge. We weren’t up for a long hike, so we just walked up the hill a bit to enjoy the nice weather and had a decent view. We also watched some paragliders.

Details: Patterned papers are from the DCWV Green Stack (70% recylced). I made the journaling block by rounding the corners of a square scrap and cutting the tree out of the extra patterned paper. Large tree was cut using the Stretch Your Imagination Cricut cartridge (I cut the bubble for leaves by hand). “a Walk with a View” was cut using Lyrical Letters (Jack Sprat feature).

Just Married

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Another wedding layout that I did last summer.  I decided to tweak the flowers on this recently… I couldn’t help it.  =P

Details: “Just Married” was cut using the Storybook cartridge.   Flowers are Prima and Making Memories.

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

Pictures from my recent trip to Tahoe with friends to go skiing. The snow wasn’t perfect, but we had fun anyway.

Details: Striped and Ski clothing papers are from the 2007 DWCV Christmas Glitter Stack. Skier and mountain with tree were cut using the Going Places Cricut cartridge. “Tahoe Ski Trip #1” was cut using Tear Drop.

Natural Beauty

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

I saw one day on CNN these botanical gardens in Maine. It just so happened that my dad and I would be passing through the area anyway so we decided to check it out. It was just beautiful. There are a few different sections of the garden: a tranquility area with carved stone, a children’s area to build stick forts, a waterfall with benches nearby, and a hall of birches. I had a lot of fun taking pictures here.

Details: Background paper is: “Lavender Rosebuds” by Paper Pizazz. Journaling tag is from a Target $1 spot set. “Natural” was cut using the Calligraphy Cricut cartridge. “Beauty” was cut using Storybook.