Last night my daughter and I went to the Hannah Montana movie for her friends birthday party. I got to tag along because her friend's mom is my best friend from high school. The girls had fun rockin' out and Charity and I had fun giggling and reminiscing about the 80's style that Miley Cyrus and her concert crew were dressed in. Seriously! I can handle the girls clothes, they're pretty cute. But the boys in their tight jeans, skinny ties and fluffy hairdos were cracking me up! I felt like I was 14 years old again! :)
Well, I have some sad news. Sugardumplin' has decided to discontinue their kits. There will be a Sugardumplin online store, but February is the last month Clara will be doing kits. I am going to completely miss working with her awesome kits, but I respect her decision in wanting to spend more time with her family.
Gosh! This is the second kit I've been a DT member for that has discontinued their kits in the last six months. I pray that I'm not the bad omen! LOL!
Here are the projects I did with the February Sugardumplin kit featuring Webster's Pages paper. Okay, if you haven't played with this paper yet, YOU HAVE GOT TO GET THIS KIT! I couldn't keep my hands off the thing! LOVE, love, LOVE that Webster's! Gorgeous stuff!
I don't know why, but when we got our puppy last may, she decided that I WAS THE ONE. If you are a pet owner, you know what I mean. Kiki follows me around everywhere. I don't even feed her, my husband does. I have to say I am secretly flattered that she loves me so much, and I wanted to create a layout about it! ;)
When my kids each turned one year, I had their portraits taken. I have their portraits hanging together in our upstairs hallway. It brings a smile to my face every time I see them. These are some cute candid shots from Owen's sitting that I hadn't yet scrapped. Man, I miss his little fuzzy baby hair. :)