It has been a while since I’ve posted. We have been busy getting ready for school and getting into a routine for this life. I have been busy creating and purchasing with an annual trip to the Stamp and Scrapbook Expo held in Schaumburg, IL. So many wonderful things have happened over these past weeks. This will be a look back at the highlights both personal and crafty.
Let’s start with the Lake County Fair- that was fun for us and next year I am hoping to have an entry there for scrapbooking of course. ;0. Here’s some pics from that.
Can you imagine how many pies you can make with this big pumpkin? This fair always happens right before the start of school. New school for all involved. High School and Middle school. Say it ain’t so but I’m afraid it is. They are getting used to the routine and I am hoping for good things this year.
The Scrapbook expo is my favorite time of the year. My cousin Gina, Aunt Jane and our good friend Bridgette made the trip this year and we got some awesome things. Here’s a video showing some items. I did have to cut off Bob Ross stamps which I will post on another video or post.
So with all these goodies, organization is key so when HSN Craft day came around, I snagged the Totally Tiffany Rolling Cart. I have been playing and organizing all my papers I have and also made Page kits to scrapbook. This has inspired me to get organize so I can play more.
I also was asked to make some onesies and t-shirts which was great
and I also made myself one to cheer on my Neice. Can you tell she likes it?
Was also asked by a friend to put her son’s name and football jersey number on a sweatshirt cuz it’s that time of the year. I also made her a bag for all the things she might need to take to the game or practices.
It makes me feel so good when people like what I make. That’s why I love what I do and so blessed I can make projects people like.
Busy but a fun month for us here in Indiana. Looking forward to the fall and apple picking season with a visit to County Line Apple Orchard.
Wishing you a wonderful end of Summer and Happy Labor Day!