Sunday, March 2, 2008

Sleepy Sunday

Well I had a ton of fun at the Crop this weekend! Didn't get a lot of sleep but had lots of fun and got SEVEN layouts done!!! Yep 7! These were two I did about my "babies" I have an album for my donkeys and love doing fun pages for them as well as family members.




Male Bonding is from a sketch at Fiskars Crafts. I don't use many sketches, I am more of a wing it type of scrapbooker. But I love the fiskateer site and from there I have gotten familar with the fiskars crafts site. The monthly challenge sketches have just been hard to resist lately! And this month I just fell in love with it as soon as I saw it. Of course I always stray and go with my style as well - Anyway this is what I came up with when I did the sketch. I think this is going to be one of my favorites. Then again I love the subject matter. This is Craig (my DH) with two of our boys, Miguel and Rico Suave. As you can tell in the photo Miguel is a hugger. He loves to lean and "hug" you when you get down on his level.





The second LO I am posting is one that I had to do, cuz I just love this photo of my three standard donkey. We with love call them "The 3 Stooges", mainly cuz their are only three of the standards, they roam the entire property. I think they really believe that they own it and we are here for the purpose of making sure they have fresh hay and water twice a day and just to fix what ever they have broke by rubbing and scratching on. Cocoa is the dark one, she is the leader.... now please note that "she" is the only female of the three and that is probably why she is always the one in the lead and control. Valentine McKee, named for Kevin Bacon's movie character from one of my favorite movies Tremors, he is Cocoa's son and he is ALWAYS right next to her. At the age of 3 he is and probably will always be a Momma's boy. And then there is Ted E. Bear, our greeter and deffinately the friendliest and most well known on our place. You don't visit us with out getting to know Ted! He loves to meet knew people and will be your friend for life if you bring him peppermints. This Layout started out so much different, and then turned and ended up not at all like I had imagined it, but sometimes those end up high on my list.



Well I hope you enjoyed two of my Layouts from my crop, and doing double duty meeting 5 more of my donkeys!



I have lots of new stamps to play with this week, so I am hoping to have some new cards to share this coming week. Not only the Rubbernecker Stamps that arrived, but My Favorite Things stamps came too! Wonder if hubby will notice if we eat sandwiches all week and he doesn't have clean clothes?

7 comments:

Godelieve said...

Such a FUN layout!!

Veronica said...

Your layouts are so adorable! I love that you featured one picture on each layout. Very cute!

Marilyn said...

Your donkeys are adorable, and oh so cute!! I know they are so much more of a blessing than a lot of work. Your layouts are cute, and I love your cards. I have bookmarked your blog, so I will be back 2 or 3 times a week. Hope to see you grow as a blogger!

Lesli said...

Wonderful Projects!!!

Melanie said...

Well as usual, we did have a blast at the crop. Yes, you did beat me on layouts, I only did 6. Oh wait 6 is a bunch too so why am I whining. I think all of our LO came out great. Well I have subscribed to your blog, so I guess you can say I commited to you! Can't wait to see the new stamps!

Lizette said...

What a great couple of pages ! The titles are perfect ! It's nice to see layouts with animals too not just people.

Michele Zwart said...

What an awesome picture and fun layout!