Monday, March 16, 2009
Scrap For A Cure
It's been awhile since I have scrapped, and when I came upon a stash of various pictures last week, I decided that I would scrap them all this month. A few are from a specific event, but most are random shots or left overs from past pages. Yet there are so many stories left to tell, little moments that will soon be lost to the sands of time, to a memory that grows muddier every day. I adore this shot of Max at two, but what struck me were the stains on his pajamas - the same stains that still cover his clothes almost three years later. Or the puppy pictures of Molly. Just like the children, I can't believe how fast she has grown! These were fast pages, partly because I used paper and elements from Scrap For A Cure kits. I have been a subscriber for awhile, and since My Daughter's Wish closed, I have pretty much used their kits exclusively to scrap. They are fabulous kits, with fantastic papers and tons of little goodies. These kits are PACKED, and the best part is that 5% of your purchase goes to the quarterly charity of choice.
This last little book I created for Matt for Valentine's Day with the January kit and a Piggy Tales board book I won at their virtual crop. I made the entire mini-album from the kit and still had tons of supplies left over for multiple lay outs. I sound like an infomercial, I know, but during these times, it's important to find good values.