I am for the most part caught up with scrapping. (Don't throw anything at me.) I began scrapping when I was pregnant with my first. While pregnant, I scrapped my first years of marriage; everything else was in albums, so I am working on photos from last spring right now, as well as anything current that inspires me. (Note: I am gradually and gently harassing my mother for pictures of my childhood, which I have none of. I do want to scrap those via my 100 moments album, which I've blogged about. Visit Jen Mohler to hear more about that project.)
I mention I'm caught up because I scrapped my Easter 2010 photos already. The photo of my boys in the bunny ears is already on a page. However, I recently came across that photo as I was printing spring photos, and it made me think of my nickname for them: bunny. So I printed it again without shame (why stage a photo shoot for a story when I have a perfectly good photo?), used this week's Sketchy Thursdays sketch, pulled out my Studio Calico kit On the Easel for the first time, and produced this:
I only got one kit this month--I had a lot of the product already--so I only need to make 6-8 to get my money's worth this month. The kit seems kind of soft to me--maybe gentle is a better word--so I guess it's good that I'm working on spring!
As a bonus, here's a card I made yesterday for a birthday Rowan went to:
I'm trying to develop my card-making comfort level, which is nowhere near as strong as my scrapbooking comfort. And BTW, Rowan's favorite part of the card is the monster, of course.