Looking at what others have achieved and created has made me realise that the idea for an amazing creation does not need to be magnificent - each little idea is enough to start a work of art, a gift, a memory, a blessing.
#2. Susan Kopp (who posted August 1st at 4:40am)
After 3 hours of blog hopping ( what else is one to do when waking at 4:44 in the a.m.) I found several to add to my regular blog visit list. I loved Tammy Andersens fish, they would look cute in the bath, Emma Hicks technique of turning chipboard frames into journaling spots, Lisa Archers popsicle book, Tere using fishing line to make her own fishing embellishments but I really loved the Summer in a jar, to showcase those big bulky memories we all bring home in our luggage. Thanks for the added benefit of giving me something to do so early in the morn!
#3. Heather (who posted July 31st at 12:43pm)
Loving the butterflies. Love Janelle Jones- Scrap with Style- use of two tags for journaling and the title summer. I am so scraplifting that idea! Love- Mary Ann Jenkins- I rock paper scissors- the vintage pictures with the modern paper and the simple, but stylish childhood layout. very inspiring. Love- Wendy's photo topiary. Great for a birthday, reunion or graduation party. Love- Ally Scraps- Maya Road dino album. Must have.
More later, but kiddo woke up from nap.