Saturday, April 3, 2010

Miracle Layout

This is a layout of Jennifer when she was only 4 years old. Isn't she precious? I have undertaken a huge project. In my closet are boxes of old pictures. I pulled them out the other day, and there is no way that I can get those boxes back in that tight spot in the corner of my closet. So, I decided to separate the pictures of Jennifer and Ryan and put them in photo boxes and eventually make them both scrapbooks. After all, I have 10 of Lexi!!! So, while going through the pictures this morning and reliving the memories, how wonderful that is, I decided to use these pictures for a layout. I took a break and opened up the CTMH special "Miracle" and scrapbooked them. I love, love this layout. The chipboard that comes with this package is unlike any chipboard that I have used. It has a printed image on the pieces and when you sponge on ink, the white image pops through. Love it!!!

I can't wait for Jennifer to come home from work tonight and see what I have done for her. I can't stop smiling as I look at my precious little girl. It makes me miss her, but I have to say that I love the fine woman that she has become.


Dawn said...

Oh my goodness how precious, isn't it wonderful to see your child's picture when they were younger? I also miss the younger years but am so proud of them as adults.
A blessed Easter to you and yours.

Jeanne said...

What a beautiful layout! Your daughter is SO very adorable. I'm sure she'll be thrilled to know you are going to work on her scrapbook. The papers and embellishments work wonderfully on your project.

I hope you have a joyous Easter!

Shaela said...

kudos for committing to scrapbook those old photos! I'm sure Jennifer will cherish what you create. :)

Alanna said...

This is such a pretty layout. Great job with that Miracle kit. I still need to order mine.

Sparkle said...

What a lovely layout! Love those pictures too!

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