Thursday, March 25, 2010

8th Grade Lake Day

Hi friends! How are you today? I am doing great...the sun is shining! I thought I would share a few of the pages that I made for Haley's school book with you.
It is tradition that after the last day of school Fr. Eck takes the 8th grade class out to the lake to go skiing. It was a really nice day...a little chilly but not too bad. Several parents went and we BBQ'd for the kids while Fr. Eck showed them how to ski. I wanted to use bright sunshiny colors so I used the summer line from Karen Foster.

Here's a close up of the title, foam thicker letters with a little bit of rhinestone bling.

Here is the second page. There were only 10 kids in Haley's class and only 4 girls! Gotta love small schools!

I wanted to zoom in on this picture of Father. Can you believe his is in his 80's? He is such a wonderful priest!

Well thanks for peekin' in! I am so glad that you stopped in! This weekend Haley has a huge variety show and they are having 3 performances...can't wait to share some pictures with you!

Take care of you!


Lynette said...

The bright colors are perfect for the day at the lake. What a great memory for your daughter.

Whimsey said...

OM gosh, I love the thickers with bling - do you know I have NEVER used thickers. ***GASP*** Don't hate me! :D

I LOVE your pages, looks like everyone had a blast!!!

Am I REALLY that bad of an influence? HA! I have to admit, I am truly addicted to Verve Visual & PTI images - more so to PTI; but I love them both. I used to be a huge fan of My Favorite Things ( stamps too; but I've strayed from them and buy almost exclusively from the other two!

I can't wait to see what you create! I connected with an old friend from high school and she has ordered a TON of stuff and I got another small order this week which I'm mailing today. Man, it feels good. I don't make any profit, just some pocket change to feed my addiction, I mean therapy!

Hugs sweetie, have a GREAT weekend!

JoEtta Zabel said...

Nice pages...and no Father doesn't look like he is in his 80's.