Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Feel the MAGIC

Have you taken a trip to Disney lately and haven't scrapbooked your pictures?  Well, if you need a project here it is>>>>>>HERE!

Below are the pictures of the project I completed.  You get everything you need (except the pictures) to complete this project as shown.

The card below (with the black ribbon) pulls out for a secret place for journaling.

All of the bingo cards throughout the album also pull out so you can either add photos on the back or additional journaling about your trip.

There is another bingo card...

There are several other cards like below that could be added to the album as well if you need additional areas for smaller photos.

Or just adhere some photos back to back to make their own page...and embellish as you wish.

To create the pockets for the bingo cards I just made sure I didn't use glue under the part where I wanted the cards to slip through.  Same with the star on the banner I made sure I only adhered it at the top so the bingo card could slip behind.

This bingo card I actually used as a photo mat.

Here is another great place for some vacation stories!

And another bingo card pocket.  :)

There is another!

And the last one I hid behind a picture, where I created a pocket for the card.

There are lots of letter and number stickers in the kit, so you could add the year of your trip, if all your pictures were from the same trip.

Go buy one before they are gone!  There are only 19 left!  Now HURRY!

Ok and admit, how many of you want to plan a trip to Disney right now?  LOL!


Sunday, January 19, 2014

Freeze Frame!

Well, I am finally getting around to posting about Hope's birthday party that was over a week ago.  I guess better late than never, right?

We did a photo booth theme and had all kinds of props and costumes for the girls to use.  They had a blast.  Here are some of the group photos...

Then we went up for cupcakes.  And a quote from one of the girls..."these are AWESOME!" as she snarfed down the cupcake.  LOL!

They were pretty awesome.  Hope originally wanted to make cake balls, but then she decided she wanted a "9" candle and she saw the tye dye cake mix and changed her mind.  They turned out pretty cool looking.

I think the party was a success.  :)

On Sunday Hope's birth family came to visit and our Christmas/Birthday exchange.

We gave Ethan a lego set and he was nice enough to let me help him put it together and play with it.  I got to be the girl in the car and I ran out of gas and needed his truck to come help me.  :)

Luke was pretty happy with his Superman cape and was flying all over the kitchen, but once in a while he would get hit with kryptonite and fall on the floor.  

Hope was VERY happy to get the Crayola airbrush tool and the kids all played with it.

Superman used his super powers to run the air pump.  LOL!

And baby Hannah was there too flashing her two teeth!  So Cute!

She laid down for a quick nap too all snuggled up in her blankie.

The older kids were playing great together in Hope's room and came out and asked if Hannah could come in too.  They wanted her to come in because they were playing doctor and needed a patient.  YIKES!

Grandma Deloris also brought up an exciting gift too...a new rainbow quilt for Hope's bed.  It turned out SO cool!  Hope loves it.

Well, that pretty much brings us up to date, so how about a few birthday cards to share.

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