As always my weekend filled with crafty moments. And I'm sure you do the same no matter where you live around the globe, am I right? :)
One "new" thing I realize this week: I am a rare species. I bet most of you doing scrapbooking activity with this passion: To give a unique memorabilia to your children. You scrap about your son's first smile, your daughter's first step, your third child's first tooth, or your grandson's first day at school. And I enjoy looking all your works. I feel your love on your page.
But what about me? Yes I am a married woman. But, me and my husband have decided not to have our own kid(s). Maybe someday we will adopt one or two unfortunate children. But it still looooong way to go. Not now. So, no kids means no grandkids and no great-grand kids. That makes me a rare species, right? I am a childless scrapbooker :)
So what to scrap? Absolutely my own beautiful life. My vacations, my cats and dog, my family, my husband, my home, my daily life, even my cup of coffee or any tiny piece of beauty I see. Scrapbook is my visual diary. Of everything.
Just like this page:
I use KaiserCraft's Sweet Nothing papers and stamp, Prima flowers, ribbon and doilies from local manufacturer. Here some close-ups:
I try to make a "beautiful" page with flowers and butterflies. I'm trying to say that I have a beautiful life. I have everything to be thankful. And my scrapbook pages are about my everyday life full of blessing :)
I would like to play on ScrapFriends sketch-challenge #1
Thank you for looking and reading. Have a wonderful life, fellas :)