December 27, 2016

Making Merry Mermories

Happy Tuesday! I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas surrounded by those who mean most to you. Mine was near perfect except hubby had to work but I got to spend Christmas Eve and Christmas day with my parents who made sure I was very spoiled; but I did miss hubby. I also got to spend a few hours with my husbands family on Christmas Eve and watched the little great niece and nephews open their gifts. That was awesome, to watch their excited faces. That made Christmas right there.

Here’s Tucker sporting his holiday attire. Is he not the cutest? Can you tell just how happy he is in this photo? He sure knows how to make a mama laugh. This is what memories are made from, and I do plan to add this to my Project Life album. He too was very spoiled between mommy and daddy and Gamma and Gampa, he ended up with a boat load of new toys. I had to start a second toy box from him. But he sure does love his toys. I have never had a dog that loved toys as much as this little guy.

Speaking of Project Life, have you tried it yet? What a great way to document life events with ease! Just drop your photos into the pocket pages and added decorative cards, a little journaling to tell the story behind the photo and you're done! It couldn't be any easier. I don't know about you, but I just don't have the time in my schedule to do traditional scrapbooking, so this is an excellent alternative.

Well as you know, I hosted a little give away here for my birthday celebration last week, and I did a drawing for a winner, and that winner is Robin G! Congrats Robin, you will be receiving a pack of the Party Animal embellishments. I hope you love them as much as I do. I think they will make awesome card jewelry!

Have a great day and Happy Stamping,


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