As members of the Nook design team we take turns teaching classes using the kit contents and I thought I'd take the opportunity to sign up for the layout class my first month on the team. It's such a fun kit that I figured, what the hey! Right?
You can find close-ups and all of the detailed instructions for my class here
And here is my page. I decided to make it something fun and something a little more random since the other two layouts I've done so far are more on the clean and simple side.
Here is Aimee with her new-found obsession, the telephone. This page is a tribute to some funny words I taught her not too long ago, a phrase that has come back to "haunt" me time and time again. One day I was talking to Matt on the phone while he was at work and I handed the phone to Aimee so that she could talk to him as well. I told her to say, "hubba hubba" and got a good laugh when she actually did it. "Hubba Daddy," she would say, over and over. Now just about every time she picks up the phone she says, "Hubba hubba. Bye-bye." Such a silly girl.
This third page is a tribute to our long drive from our home in Boise, Idaho to our new home in west Texas about 2 1/2 years ago. Oh, I just realized that I don't have a date anywhere on this page. I'll have to make sure and add that. It was a long trip...too long, too much time for me to think about how much I would miss my friends in Boise, the first home we built together, and lots and lots of memories. I wasn't at all looking forward to moving to our new home and the only thing that I was excited about was spending more time with Matt's parents allowing the kids to know their grandparents really well. I still miss Boise but am trying to make this my home now. Home is where your heart is, right? Part of mine is still back in Idaho but I Texas is surely growing on me.
Isn't that the coolest ribbon? It looks just like a road, doesn't it? And, the 7 Gypsies charms are too cool for school, as they used to say.
Have a great night!