Another layout from my Baker’s Dozen class. Now I have just 4 layouts to work on to be caught up to the class. One thing I love about the class is the simpleness. You have already picked out pictures and embellishments and every couple of days you get a sketch and a recipe and you can get to work on telling a story. Last night I wanted to scrap, but was tired so my heart wasn’t in it as much. So I flipped on the Glee season finale (which perked me up some) and grabbed my next assignment.
Me and Nana
PP, CS & ribbon from Studio Calico kit. Making Memories
letter stickers and paint. Maya Mist, Quick Quotes canvas heart,
Clearsnap ink and paper clip.
I love this picture of Nicholas and his Nana C. He has really grown close to her since they moved here a year and a half ago. I am glad that the boys will have a chance to grow up nearby to some of their family. We are very lucky to have Mike’s parents so close to us.
I am looking forward to this weekend already. My Mosh Posh and Citrus Tree Studios kits have arrived already this week. My box from Studio Calico should be here today and another couple of orders should be here by Saturday. It’s been like Christmas! I have a big picture order to pick up at Costco today too.
So I’ll have lots of new goodies to scrap with and a whole lot of new pictures to scrap with. Including several pictures I recently had scanned by ScanCafe from my pre-digital days. The Mosh Posh kit will be perfect for some pictures I have of my grandma’s and my mom from the 40’s – 70’s. The Citrus Tree Studios should be great for a Father’s Day surprise for Mike I am thinking about. And the Studio Calico kit is going to be great for last weekend’s pool pictures.
If you have been thinking about getting photos scanned I really recommend ScanCafe. I heard about them when I took Library of Memories at Big Picture Scrapbooking and although the whole process took a couple of months I am so happy to have my old photos in digital format. They retouched and in some cases restored photos and now I finally have them to incorporate into my scrapbooks.
I had been looking at scanning my photos for years including trying to do it myself. I sent them about 2000 photos and selected about 1400 to have digitally. The great thing about ScanCafe is you are only obligated to pay for 50% of what they scan. So I sent negatives in that I had no idea what would be on them and only selected the pictures that were worth keeping. There prices have gone up slightly since I ordered but they are still reasonable compared to other services. And if you sign up for their newsletter they send out discount codes pretty often. (I am not being paid to sing their praises, I was just really happy with their service.)