**For my September giveaway, please go HERE**
Hi everyone! Today we're celebrating my daughter's first birthday :). It's been a good day- we had to have an early party as my husband had to do bear hunting guiding this afternoon, so now the kids are all napping and I have a few minutes to myself. I cannot believe that my baby girl is already a year...time truly does fly, and seems to go even faster with every baby. I'm sure once I go to bed tonight and reflect on the reality of today, I'll be in tears! But right now, I'm good. It was a successful party- and even though Aspen is teething and wasn't feeling her best today- we got through it!
But I wanted to make sure I got on here to share with you my project using the brand new September "Sprinkles" Craftbox from Webster's Pages! Unfortunately, these boxes are already sold out! Yeah- I know- didn't take long! So be watching for next month's craftbox and get in on the action early okay?? Not a surprise that they sold so quickly- at just $10 plus free shipping, they are one heck of a deal.
Here's a look at my project:
I totally had a blast with this mini book. It was so EASY to put together!
I decided to create a book for all of my kids. Since I generally scrap layouts and tend to focus on one subject at a time, it was nice to be able to create something that included everyone. I added some recent "happy photos" and took this opportunity to jot down some thoughts and memories from each. There were 12 cards that came with the box, so some of them I used for my fussy cutting while the others I used for my base pages. The patterns are so versatile- and creating a flow with the book was a breeze!
If you were fortunate enough to be one of those who was able to purchase this month's Sprinkles Craftbox, and were interested in how I went about putting this book together, there are some FREE downloadable instructions available HERE! The very beautiful and talented Stacey Michaud also has instructions for her mini book available HERE! (If you haven't yet checked out her project, be sure to do so at the Webster's Pages blog HERE)~
I've got to get going, though. CLEAN UP TO DO!! Ugh! Definitely the most unfortunate part of a celebration...