February 2014 - Week 6

SQUEEE!!!! Can I tell you how cool it is to see your own designs in print? I had so much fun making this collaboration with my friend Ru, and so much fun using them in this week's spread. I can't even decide which is my favorite, I just adore them all! Once again, I played with blending cards and using fx styles in Photoshop... and I'm hoping to have a little tutorial for you later this week on how I do that...  WOOT WOOT!!! I'm also going to be participating in my first ever blog hop on Friday and I'm super excited about it! I can't wait to share with you a new site I've been enjoying and share with you some pocket love. I'm even hoping to have another freebie up for you, along with that tutorial! I'm seriously, so excited!

So, Week 6 was a pretty normal week around here until the weekend. On Saturday I called it "The LEGO day", because we went to a Lego train show in the morning and then my dear friend gave us a billion Legos as long as we picked them up at her house. You can only imagine what we did all afternoon. I even told Mark that we should go see the new Lego Movie to truly make it a LEGO day! Sunday, we let the kids stay up late to watch the Olympic opening ceremony, which was fun to see and they even got to stay up later than we had anticipated because they really wanted to see the USA march in. I've never seen the kids fall asleep so fast... it was definitely a good night!

A Brush Of Life Cards #1 by Studio Basic and Heather Greenwood
Waiting for Spring by Juliana Kneipp & Little Butterfly Wings
Painterly Styles by Krystal Hartley
Becky Higgins Project Life Design A page protector and journaling pens, Simple Stories, Tim Holtz, and Basic Grey alpha stickers, Silhouette Portrait, white cardstock, Canon Pixma, Tombow adhesive, Photoshop CS5

A Brush Of Life Cards #1 by Studio Basic and Heather Greenwood
In Your Dreams Kit by Traci Reed and Studio Basic
Becky Higgins Project Life Design F page protector and journaling pens, Simple Stories, Tim Holtz and Pink Paislee alpha stickers, Silhouette Portrait, white cardstock, Canon Pixma, Tombow adhesive, Photoshop CS5