Chase headed off to a fun week of summer camp. This is not the camp you remember as a kid. This is a luxury camp! LOL (= I'm sure he is having the time of his life and I'm excited for him. Here are some pictures.
I really enjoy making these cute and fun flowers on wood blocks. This was made using lots of different papers, punches, dies, and mod podge. The sentiment was computer generated and reads: Find your happy place everyday. I'd like to start adding some of this fun art to my store soon, but we will see how busy I am. (= The kids are out of school now, but things don't slow down much around here! (= Although I do enjoy sleeping in a bit later!
So much going on at the end of the school year. I hardly have time for blogging. I haven't made anything recently other than signs, signs and more signs... That is a good thing. (=
I also voluntered to do Kindergarten memory books this year. I did them for my son and other daughter so I had to do them for Delaney's class also. Right? (= It always seems like they get finished up last minute so I've been trying to get them finished up this week. I'm hoping to be done by Friday!!
Now I need to think about the end of the year teacher gifts... Hopefully I'll have something to post on that next week! (=
I'm trying to do a Photo a DAY this year. It's getting harder to stay motivated now, but I've still been keeping up pretty well. Last year I did one of these mosaics for every month and it's so much easier and I really like turning them into a calender at the end of the year. Here is my month of May...
My baby is turning 6 today!!! It's amazing just how fast they grow up. We are so blessed to have such a wonderful, sweet and loving daughter!!! She makes us smile all the time with her amzing personality!!!
Here is a card I made for her using this adorable Bug and Roo digi image found at By LORi Designs.
Here are some pictures of Delaney! (= She brings a smile to my face.
And here is a Clean and Simple card for this weeks Unity FWF. I love this sweet little image. The sentiment reads: She always knew she could do something Big.