Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Just a few more layouts from Raleigh

Here are the rest of the layouts I worked on in Raleigh.  I didn't get too many done, I was kind of scrapped out having weekend crops so close together plus we hit the bar on Saturday night which pretty much destroyed my already dwindling scrap mojo for the rest of the weekend.  I totally lucked out on Sunday and Belinda gave me a quick tour of Raleigh.  I had never been there before and had high expectations about the city for some reason...and I wasn't disappointed.  

Here are the rest of the pages I completed at the crop:

My hair is usually a mess and I have been without a style for many years, until now.  I finally have a hairstyle I can manage that looks nice on a regular day which I doll up with the curling iron to make it look extra fancy.

That's my cousin in the middle of the picture with the white shirt and arm in the air.  He was singing New York, New York at the end of his wedding. It stuck with me and with being a Frank Sinatra song, living in New York and all, we decided to close our wedding with the Sinatra version.

This was one of those insane death trap closets with crap falling out.  It took one day and multiple trips to the garbage room and a car load to the thrift store but it was worth it.  There's more in there now but it's nothing like it was.  This picture reminds me that I want to try to remove that rub-op zig zag by the title.

My sister and I went to Sesame Place with the kids at the end of September.  It happened to be during their Spooktacular event so all the kids got to wear costumes and go trick or treating.  I loved that one of the Trick or Treat stations gave out toothbrushes!  He was Batman and she was Cinderella.  It was a fun day.  The kids were able to go on all the rides so there was none of that "no, you're too little" stuff.  I hope we go back this summer.  As for the layout, I really like the colors and all the word stickers but I feel like it needs something else.  Any ideas?

These were obviously from Christmas Morning.  She loved her new baby and he couldn't wait to play with his new bat cave.  I used 4 6x6 sheets of Crate Paper's Christmas line for this layout.  The not quite traditional color palette matched the Bella Blvd washi tape perfectly.

I love these pictures.  They were taken at Sesame Place and it's the face they make when they say cheese.  I don't really love this layout.  It's done for now but I am sure I am going to scrap these pictures again.

For the most part, I didn't go into the supplies or anything here.  They are basically the same...My Mind's Eye, Echo Park, American Crafts, Studio Calico, some KI Memories, Jillibean Soup, Freckled Fawn and Simple Stories.

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