Sunday, June 17, 2007

"Sometimes I feel the sinful urge to get into a scrap."

Angie came over Friday night. We met up once before to do a little scrap shopping and gnoshing on fried mushrooms, but there was very little gnoshing going on Friday. We got our scrap on, and I mean it.

You know it's really fun to scrap with someone who's as serious about it as you are. We actually put in a movie, and I don't think either one of us watched more than a second of it. I coudn't even tell you what it was about! But I can tell you that she is so dedicated to her craft that she threads every stinking one of the chipboard buttons she put on this layout, which I completely adore.

I got all of these done in that one evening.





It was so nice, especially considering that work is sucking all the joi de vivre right outta me.
Let's just say it's an adjustment.
Let's just say that's an understatement.

The title, by the way, is a quote from the movie "Friendly Persuasion" which I highly recommend.
And since I'm recommending movies, here's a book recommendation.

Happy Father's Day :)

14 comments:

Alison said...

ok sarah?
i LOVE those
all of them
a tremendous amount
that card?
the twins?
the park?
LOVE

Angie Hagist said...

Geez-Louise that was fun!!! Seriously. I'm all over doing that again.

You were on FIRE! Still can't believe you finished off that whole kit in ONE DAY.

tonya said...

Love your LOs chick. They all rock! Wish I could scrap with ya :)

Pound said...

man, you really know how to use the elsie.
LOVE that card and the scraps.

shelly b said...

I LOVE every single one of those..YOU rock!

amberskolnick said...

love the scrappage

jayjay said...

I am soooo envious - I think I'm missing something big in my life for not being a Scrapper!! Sounds like fun. Loved the pics, the pages, the twins, and of course, I heartily endorse the book.

Goody said...

Me too! All of the comments about the pages. Oh, the twin one! And Bo looks older. Very cute, all of them. Couldn't get the book to come up. Watched a great movie lately. The Last Sin Eater produced by Michael Landon Jr. A Francine Rivers book. A must!

Genevieve said...

bin a little too long between blog-visit sessions...but hi! and YAY for gettin your scrap on. and WITH someone else in the room? so impressive. xog

Caroline said...

such funness!

Bucket said...

Sarah your work is amazing!! I wish you were coming back!!

bucket

Anja said...

That photo of you and Emma is a new favorite of mine and the scraps are delightful!

I tagged you on my blog.

shelly b said...

Hey lady!! Just was over at Cocoa Daisy and saw your guest diva stuff!! Wonderful!

Rebecca said...

Wow! You were busy and it paid off. Beautiful stuff!