Wednesday, July 7, 2010

A little of this...A Little of that.

Here they are all together. My 3 Lovelies.
For all my regular Visitors, you all know I'm very Leary of putting my younger children on here, my blog, the open Internet. I finally told myself  "Get Over It" whats going to happen, will, no matter what you do.
Live Your Life, Sammy and Scrap Booking is a part of that.
A while ago I finally stopped putting Black Bubbles on their Faces and introduced you to the Queen...
I'm just the adviser in this Household and Bank, Maid....
You've seen Alex (top), he's in the Navy, yep you guessed it proud mama, Queen Lilli beside him, and 
"Our Future President"...I'm not kidding.

Artistic Etchings stamp set was a hard choice for me.
I took a closer look and another, analyzed it, re looked, and finally decided it had a whole lot of Elements that can be used a whole lot....This page and now the start of a whole Book for Hubbies French side.

The Eiffel tower kept jumping out at me...what the heck do I need that for?
Actually I have a feeling that part of the set will be used quite a bit.
So enough of my ADD ramblings...
what I'm saying is if a Stamp Set just keeps Drawing your Eye
take a closer look and another, analyze it, re look....
You never know it might be that go to set all the time.
I also used the the Super Neat Presto Patterns Specialty DSP, colored a piece of 5/8 organza ribbon, sponged chip board letters and my own handwriting for the title.   
Marina Mist and Basic Black Classic inks.

Happy Wednesday!


kat said...

Oh Val, this is beautiful. Love the little crown above your beautiful little girl and your little guy is very cute. He's going to brake some hearts. Great page.

kat said...

Opps, I put Val on my comment so sorry I was looking at Vals site before yours and I guess my mind was still there.

Shannon Willis said...

I love your blog design. I found you through Stampin Connection. I hope you will stop by my blog for a visit.

Be Blessed,

Katie Ann Brooks said...

more great stuff, where have I been. Congrats on getting over your fears, I do understand though, I have mixed emotions about it too. Meanwhile, future President....awesome!

Cindy Major said...

Very cool page!! Love the use of the Presto papers!! And the French flair, of course :D