Monday, August 29, 2011

One way we chill

This summer I tried to keep up with a few traditions, one being that we meet Josh for picnics in the park a couple times a month, and the other is that we spend one day playing in the fountains downtown. It's another way we try to beat the heat.

Caroline, of course, is the one who always enjoys it the most. She really loves it when we do something new, different, and fun. And per usual she goes at it with wild abandon. This layout features a just a few of the pictures I took of her that day. I roughly used a sketch by LG Belarmino that she provided as a part of her challenge for last weekend's Nook crop.




Supplies used: Fancy Pants patterned paper, die-cuts, sticker borders; Pink Paislee twine and orange alpha stickers, American Crafts foam number sticker and adhesive, My Little Shoebox mini alpha stickers

On the home front, this week is shaping up to be a really busy week for us. Lots of volleyball refereeing, hopefully time at the Y, still letting the school routine sink in a bit, and gearing up for the holiday weekend. LOTS to do. But it's a lot of good stuff, things I'm looking forward to doing.

Hope your week is off to a good start! Happy Monday!



8 comments:

Sherri said...

I love the twine and little fishies. Volleyball reffing? Cool Deanna. Sounds like you had some fun stuff going on in the summer, hard to believe it's almost over.

Hilde/Scoobie said...

Love, love, love the bright happy colors, Deanna! And the details, as the tiny fish, are perfect!

Happy Monday to you too!

Miranda said...

What a fun Summer layout. Love the pics, the colors, everything!

Gina said...

loving all the colours in your work Deanna..and the little fish are just adorable!! :) Gina x

Marinette said...

Tout simplement superbe, j'aime beaucoup ton style!

Laurence said...

I love these colors ! And the style/design is perfect !

Tiffany Davis said...

Those little popped out fishies are sooo cute! Just wanted to pop over from the nook to show some love.

KariAnnS said...

I love that twine and fish border. How adorable is that?