Its already Monday 10thJanuary2011....how time flies....
A Happy New Year to all. How's your new year so far??
Mine's been a busy, topsy turvy, anxious, tiring New Year. Maybe too worried and excited for Diyanah's preparation for Primary School. I believe that all parents want to give the best for their children...you agree? There are so many new things for me to learn and absorb too, believe it or not?? heee.... This is the transition period for Diyanah, from kindergarten to a new environment, she's very excited, but, i'm very worried!! Me and hubby attended workshops at Diyanah's school(which i find very helpful and informative) and i've yet to discover more......
OK!! Now that my mind's partially cleared, its time for me to 'show-off' my
i see circles....lots and lots of circles this year....
i was born on the 4th July...heee...
Diyanah was born 11 September.....
Back and front cover - craft paper
calendar base(12 pieces) - heavy Circle Chipboard (from Papermarket)
flowers - Prima Marketing
'music notes' & 'calendar' tissue tape - Tim Holtz
kraft calendar - Maya Road
Pattern Papers - Jenni Bowlin(Classic Red/Black paper pad)
- Cosmo Cricket (Material Girl)
6"x6" diecut papers - Webster's Pages
Diecut cardstocks/acetate/adhesive borders - K&CoMpany
die cut journaling page accents - Bo Bunny (NoteWorthy)
alpha stickers - Cosmo Cricket (Tiny Type)
stickles (burgundy) - Ranger
swirly stamp - Tattered Angel
Dream Big, and then work to make it real.....
January challenge @Create Make It Happen
to use words like Hope or Wish or Dreams in the title
i tear the vellum paper to reveal 'me' and applied stickles on the torn edges...
Thank you for dropping by,
and i hope that 2011 brings us more health, wealth, happiness, creativity, peace, love and inspirations.....and may our faith keeps us strong as we grow older and wiser!!
So, are you Inspired yet???
I'll be back with more ARTsy creations...
The hardest part of raising a child is teaching them to ride bicycles. A shaky child on a bicycle for the first time needs both support and freedom. The realization that this is what the child will always need can hit hard...
Peace n Luv