Tonight is the highly anticipated Texas vs. Ohio State football game.
Last year we whooped them in their own stadium.
This year they are in our city.
And we don't have Vince Young and several other key players.
Well, we'll see what happens.
If Texas wins, Kimber has to do a Longhorn layout featuring her little boy. If Ohio State wins, I have to do a Buckeye layout with my son.
Kimber, I have some Longhorn paper I can send you if you need it.
Today I'm going with my Mom to see Little Miss Sunshine.
My friend Heather said it is so hilarious, so I'm going on her recommendation.
Ha, no pressure, Heather!
Have you seen that 2-page layouts are coming back in the scrapbooking magazines? For a while everything was one page, just one photo. I have no problem with that and sometimes would use this format. Sometimes that is the easiest to do for design team assignments as it's easier to showcase product with less photos.
But I love 2-page spreads, so I'm planning on doing more at the retreat in 2 weeks. Our Pink Martini design team leader is Becky Fleck and she creates some really amazing Page Maps for 2-page layouts. It's similar to Becky Higgins' sketches, except I love how hers are so detailed. Follow the link above to see the page maps and print some out. Becky is great!
Speaking of Pink Martini Designs.... Did you know they are releasing PRODUCT LINES at Memory Trends?
Flirtini, Orange Dreamsicle, and Pink Squirrel are the names of the 3 lines. They are gorgeous!
Papers and embellishments.
There is a sneak peek ad in this month's Scrapbook Answers magazine. :D
Ok....THIS is one of the funniest things I've seen in a LONG TIME.
Conan O'Brien visits a group of people who dress up and pretend they are
playing baseball in the 1860's. He interviews them, plays baseball with them (in costume)
and has some of the funniest lines ever while poking fun at them. Enjoy! :D
Have a wonderful weekend!
Make it a rule, and pray to God to help you to keep it, never, if possible, to lie down at night without being able to say: "I have made one human being at least a little wiser, or a little happier, or at least a little better this day." - Charles Kingsley