Please note: I am a great copycat. I come up with very few of my own ideas. I can't take credit for many of these layouts, but I CAN take credit for the really cute kids pictured on each page.
Also, I am very behind on my books, which will explain the absence of Liv's pages. :) LOVE this page - all from scratch. I made the curtains out of velum, and you can actually "lift" them up to see the window better
nothing special about the layout, just thought i would share some joshie pics.
just thought the photo was too cute not to share. :) got the letters for the title from HN's sizzix!! Man, I miss that thing. :)
love the stickers on the side bar.
this one took a while - c built a tower out of videos . . . the page is covered in little construction stickers. it took a while to do, but i think it turned out nicely.
i have always liked clean lines, and thought this page "fit" together nicely
what good brothers they are :) i used two-tones circles at the top of the page
the paper behind this page looks like a terry cloth towel - very cool.
left page shows what Aunt Nanny can do with my boys and markers - if you zoom in to Calvin's back you will see that Jan wrote the word "turd" on there. Hmmm.
i had no idea how to jazz up those photos - no real theme and no stickers to add, so i punched a bunch of dots and there ya go.
My first "real" page done - Josh's first girl scout cookie
each year on Labor Day our stake hosts "Family Day at the temple - the temple opens on Monday just for our stake. That way we can "labor" for our families. It is awesome! i had to do a page for each boy's book, and these are the two formats i came up with for the same photos this is a different year - my favorite photo is on the right page, top left. the sun's rays were just perfect as the boys walked up together
This page isn't really that great, but the idea behind the activity IS! I boiled several boxes of spaghetti noodles in colored water and put them all in a small swimming pool. Added a slide and some kids, and we had a great time!!