Monday, January 19, 2009

Has it really been a week already?

I'm sorry not to have kept up last week. I ended up getting the flu last week and have been completely drained of energy most of the the week.

The weekend rolled around and I was supposed to be feeling better because I had a "sleepover" planned with my sister. I was heading out to her house on Saturday afternoon, not to return until Sunday morning, and I was not supposed to be sick...

...well I still was BUT I went anyway. Who can say no to a whole evening of scrapping. My sister also got some new toys at Christmas and I wanted to see what she could do with her new Cricut Expressions...a fun "toy"!

So, after the kids finally fell asleep we crept down to her scappy room and started to "work".

I managed to complete 3 LOs, I wanted to do more, but once 1:30 am rolled around I was absolutely wiped. Not to mention the fact that her 1 yr old daughter would be waking up bright and early.

Here's what I did:


The pics in this LO were overexposed (on purpose) and I like the effect it gives to the LO.

This LO is not super spectacular, but I like how I captured the moments from Robert's first soccer season. Notice in the bottom left pic...coach Bree was giving the team a Pep talk!!

Anyhow, I am feeling better now and must prepare for a big week ahead. I have a growing list of things that need to be done in the next 10 days...one of which is clean up my scrappin' area, because it keeps getting messy (for some reason...)

Later,
Camille

2 comments:

Bree said...

I love these layouts. I love the first one the best...

that is so funny you pointed me out... you are too much.

I really didnt do much, I think Rob did everything and I took all the credit...lol

Thanks Rob!

Michelle LaPoint Rydell said...

Your layouts are awesome Camille! I love those plaid flowers on the first one - and the colors are beautiful! And those circles against the dark background on the second one are fantastic - perfect for the sports theme! Thanks for pointing out Bree - I didn't know she was a coach!