I love when something just comes together quickly. I had these pictures of Baby girl in this dress, I am sad because I know this is the last time she will be able to wear it - sh is in "big girl clothes" now and they aren't the same.
Don't they realize big girls want to dress like princess' too?
But I digress.
So here is baby girl in her princess dress. A perfect match to these papers from Crate at Scrap Gal
I really love doing these "girly pages" so much fun!
Welcome! Today I am participating in Scrap Gal's challenge blog hop!!
If you are new to my blog my name is Rita Barakat and I love techniques! I am always changing things with various products! On this layout I used alcohol inks on the gears, paint daubbers & PITT pens on the alphas!
My challenge to you is to use some type of paint, inks or markers
on your layouts to alter something!
If you want to participate here are the details!
Starting today! Friday Aug 26th, You will have 3 days to create a project that includes each challenge from each Scrap Gal DT on this blog hop!
You have until Monday to post your wonderful projects on Scrap Gals Face book page!
The grand prize
will be chosen from the projects posted in the face book gallery!
Baby girl is estactic, we just enrolled her in classes at a real Ballet dance studio!
The day she got her shoes she spent the day leaping across the floor!
She was so exhausted she fell asleep with those slippers on her feet- they a little swollen but that did not stop her from putting them right back on and start leaping again!
This week we spent every night at VBS vacation bible school at our
church - the kids had a blast and actually learned a few verses!
Here they are doing there lessons.
Of course you cant have VBS with out a little freestyle dancing!
The filmy pictures are thanks to a fog machine...
Baby girl was a dancing fool the ENTIRE time!
And although it is hard to do I did manage to catch the older two...
Not a great pic I know but hey at least they are having a good time.
Our oldest son just finished his first semester at the local college and our oldest daughter
has taken the summer off of college and worked instead.
I cant believe how quickly this summer just flew by!
In a couple of weeks all the kids will be back in school (hallelujah!)!
I have finally come to the realization that I will not be able to finish unpacking
until they all go back to school!
As for me I am back on the worship team and have some other things in the works (can't spill the beans yet). I am still putting my scrapbook room together - I am going crazy I cannot find my Tonic Guillotine Paper Trimmer! It has to be in a box that has mixed things in and is mismarked because I have opened (yeah I said open - not put away) every box that said "scrapbook room"! I have some smaller ones but they don't cut perfectly straight every time! Where are you my little (big) Trimmer!
Hubby is doing good at his job and my mom is town until Wed. So it's busy ,busy, busy!
had to design an acrylic Christmas Stocking for the booth that best represents you.
Here is everyones at CHA
Well...I like vintage and traditional colors.
What does that say about me ..that I'm old? LOL! Just kidding!
I think it makes me reliable, solid. I can appreciate and see beauty in older things. I also incorporated flowers and bling - I think everything use a little bling. I love color.
The center frame is also acrylic embossed and colored with red and gold Alcohol Inks.
Red - vibrant, bold, confident.
I also love the vintage Santa and little boy reminding me of childhood and innocence! I love that. I want my children to stay innocent as long as possible. I also want them to enjoy Christmas traditions.