Monday, October 20, 2008

Fall is here!

It's officially fall now. I've have turned the heat on and it probably won't come off again until April??

Last week we took advantage of the warm weather. Tony and I took the girls on a picnic. We took them to the park so they could see all the leaves change and enjoy the nature. As we ate our dinner we had a flock of visitors. A whole bunch of geese wanted to see what was for dinner. Fall is peaking here and it's just lovely! I love showing the girls all the great things nature can do!

Some how I found time to scrap this weekend. The girls had a sleep over with their cousins and then a Halloween event. Also on Saturday we attend a Mustard Party...yep it was a party for mustard. CJ did a great hosting it. We had a lot of fun, but we had to leave early because we had a long day.

Here's the Scrappiness!!

I did this LO for the Scrap Scheme Challenge Blog.

I did this one for fun!! :)

I did this one for the Cord Camera Sketch Challenge. Stephanie added a twist and wanted people to use fabric. I used the fabric but I really didn't follow the sketch. I actually used my sewing machine on this LO! This is not my best work but it's done!!

I hope you all have a great Fall Day!!
Love and Hugs!!


  1. Awesome LOs!! You really got a lot accomplished this weekend. I can't believe fall is here either. I just noticed the leaves changing on our plum tree the other day. However, it's still a bit too warm for the heater. It's supposed to be around 80-85 today!

  2. Uuuuuurgh! I am so jealous of your change of season ;D I would love for our girls to experience that but it will not happen here, I guess next year we will have to take a drive up north for that. Did I mention your layouts look great? I love that tree (so so jealous) By the way, I emailed you again about the stamps, did you get it? Let me know.

  3. Wow, you got a lot of layouts done! Great job!! Cute layouts, too. Yep, it's fall here, too. Love it!

  4. Now wait a minute, you can't drop a bomb like "mustard party" and not give details!! How the heck does one celebrate mustard? Inquiring minds want to know!