I found this recipe and loved it…I printed this off for my VT but feel free to add it to your collection.
(made with ShabbyMissJenn Cabana)
Here is my May Card….I think that everyone is struggling a little with feeling overwhelmed by money, relationships, parenting, work. It seems to be common with everyone I talk to.
I read an awesome talk by Pres. Monson and thought that I would use it as this months message (we got to pick our own message).
(I used Hopscotch by ShabbyPrincess)
I print it out on a 4x6 @ Walmart and put it in a magnetic frame that can be put on their fridge or a mirror.
16 reasons YOU, Thomas, make me smile:
It’s never easy to see a child grow up. I don’t know which is worse: turning 40 or having your first born turn 16. It’s a toss up. And why do I feel like 16 was just 2 or 3 years ago for me? I remember sitting by the pool with my friends, going to dances (who doesn’t hear VH’s “Jump” or Wham’s “Last Christmas” and not smile?), being chased by Guardia Civil for toilet papering, and just being a teen…Growing up gets harder each year that goes by and looking back get sadder because only as you get older do you truly begin to cherish what it means to be a teen.
I am terrible at decorating for holidays. I try…but then I feel like the decorations always end up looking sad and lonely. Probably since there are not many of them and decorations like to congregate in groups. Mine tend to be loners. So here I go again.
I saw this project on another website www.tatertotsandjello.blogspot.com and thought that I would put my own spin on the project. I bought my frame @ walmart for $3.00 and took it home and sprayed away.
Then I made my own little 8x10 to put in the frame and printed it out on my computer.
(made with ShabbyMissJenn’s St. Pat Kit)
I got out my ribbon and my nail gun..stapled the ribbon to the frame, tied a few knots and wha..laaa..my St. Patricks door thingy (technical term for that which hangs from a door).