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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Toys, what toys?

Happy Tuesday Everyone!


Thank you to everyone who gave their input on the knobs in the kitchen. I plan to replace the gold ones. I really do love the dark ones but it will cost about $100 so I just wanted to make sure I wasn't the only one who thought they looked good.

Today the play room is on the agenda. Our basement is about 75% finished and has kind of become the place to keep most of the girls' toys, especially the big stuff. My oldest has a "school room" down there that we will probably keep pretty much in tack. I did talk to the girls about what they think should be packed up and I was pleasantly surprised at what they suggested.

I have a layout to show to you today. I created this one a few months ago but haven't had a chance to post it. I thought it might cheer brighten up a cold winter's day for you. This is definitely one of my favorites. I love that picture of my DD. The smile is so natural and her dimples take center stage. I added dimples to the chipboard letters by using my Crop-a-Dile Eyelet setter. You can click on the picture to see it in better detail.



Hope your day is spectacular!

9 comments:

Nat said...

oh this is too cute- love the flowers and that sweet photo!

Kate said...

Lovely layout! such an adorable pic of your DD

happydays525 said...

I absolutely love this, adorable!

Jody said...

Lisa,
I'm so glad I have found your blog, lots of great eye-candy here :)
Oh and my husband is a kitchen remodeler and your new knobs are perfect! (As is your entire house)
Gold is so 1990's. lol

Chrys said...

lovely layout!!!! And the dark knobs are perfect!!!

Scrapper Mom said...

Good luck getting everything finished and redone w/ your house. Love the layout, too...great colors!

vtpuggirl said...

Adorable layout, love how you did the title, so cute!

Molly said...

Ok, so so so so SOOOOO loving that layout! You are amazing, my friend!

Audrey Pettit said...

Whoa, that's gorgeous, Lisa! What a burst of sunshine and happiness. Love what you did to the chipboard letters. SO perfect!