Anyway, I will start with a few scrapbook business items.
The new "issue" is up over at Paper Issues.
Persnickety Prints and the issue title is "Let's Get Persnickety". You can see all the details for participating and a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Persnickety Prints HERE. You can also link up projects either using photos printed by Persnickety Prints, any Instagram prints you have or fussy cutting. So lots of chances to join in! :)
Also, if you are on Facebook and are interested in some fun scrapbook inspiration, would you mind coming by and "liking" the Craft Your Nest Facebook page HERE! This crafty blog was started by my friend Dawn who just wanted to be inspired to use up her scrapbook stash. Cheryl and I joined in as administrators on the blog and Facebook page. We are hoping that the page will complement the blog and help us share the challenges, giveaways, sketches and inspiration we post with more scrapbookers. Would love if you could help us grow!
On to the weekend :) I have some really bad phone photos to show you. My old beat up Android that is three years old and missing it's volume button, takes terrible indoor and evening photos. Anyway,
it really was a great weekend. Mike took a half day off on Friday and the four of us headed out to Six Flags amusement park. We were there for eight hours which is a lot of us, but we had fun :)
I am telling you we are in trouble with this one :)
On Saturday, we pretty much hung around the house except for when I went grocery shopping.
But yesterday, Sunday, was Father's Day. Now I haven't downloaded the pics I took of Mike and the kids yet. It was rainy here most of the day, so I wasn't able to get any good outside photos. Just a few inside while he opened gifts.
Evan made him a table for Father's Day. Yep, a table. A small little table using wood scraps. I have a terrible phone photo to show you...
Yep, that's a Hero Factory dude on top testing it out I guess. But it was so amazing to see Evan measuring the legs so they would be even. And then using a handsaw and sandpaper to cut and smooth them. Mike loved it!
I also made him a book on Shutterfly that was long overdue using photos from the U2 concert we stood in line for all day back in 2011. On the hottest day of the year with a heat advisory and everything. But so worth it to be this close...
Anyway, if we are friends on Facebook, I plan on putting all the photos that were in the album up there in the next day or two to share. Almost two years later!
We also watched this movie for Father's Day together as a family...
And if you have read through all of that, thanks for stopping by today!
I will be back Thursday with a scrapbook project to share.