This was from a fun work party. Each branch in our District got to design a bowling pin to represent their office.
I live in Southern Utah with all the hicks, rednecks and cowboys.
Needless to say I couldn't resist making the most stereotypical cowboy pin.
AND just so we are clear "Mega Fun Night" was the name of the party, I'm not that cheesy.
Happy 4rth everybody!
This is one of my spreads from last year's four of July.
1. The photo layout of p.1
I love the cut outs from the parade (cowboy, drummer boy, and flag float)
2. The "telegram" on p.2 for the page description
3. The different buttons and starts
4 The paper; I got these papers in a small pack. So cute, so worth it.
1. "Conference" lettering; I used rub-ons and also a fine point sharpie to match the style for the letters I didn't have.
2. Picture layout; I really like the smaller pictures I used (close up of me with Jake's hat & back of riding horse) to add more layers to the page,
3. The dried rose
2. Circle detail; I cut a circle and then cut the spiral out of another scrap. I just went around with my scissors and let it be a little chaotic. I glued a gem and ribbon bow in the middle.
3. The picture layout...
4 Yellow scalloped paper under the bottom half of the page (kinda hard to see in this picture)
This is another page from Jake's proposal. We went to dinner and walked around downtown San Antonio earlier in the date. We captured some great memories....
I really love the pictures we took so I had to make the page just as cute!
1. Pom-pom ribbon
2. The paper; so many different types of papers and colors! Love them...
3. Pop up letters, "texas" [p.1] and "tweet" [p.2.]
4. Use of Alamo brochure
5. Page 2; need I say more?!