Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Hallooowww... I'm back!

Been on the move since last month! I remembered I only blogged once in September... Anyway, I don't have much time to scrap after a batch of photos for service in USA were done. But I'm glad we had another overnight crop to celebrate scrappy friends Timi, Ytet and Doc Chiqui's Birthday last weekend and here are a few of what I've done...

Cotton Candy All You Can!... This page was part of Lorenzo's 7th Birthday, happened to scrap it just now. Actually, I was supposed to use this page for a challenge but I wasn't able to finish on time. Lorenzo doesn't really love cotton candy, but he was so amazed on how it was made and he got a huge ball behind my back. I used here DCWV pps and cardstocks, ribbons, native twine, button and MM acrylic paint.

Life is Good at 18! Yup, my first born celebrated his 18th birthday last month. We had a super duper lunch at Clawdaddy in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa. No extravagant celebration for him because he only wanted 2 things... a hearty meal and a pair of shoes. I used here Inque Boutique pps, DCWV cardstock, assorted pps for the layering effect, AAS chipboard shapes, AC Thickers glittered chipboard alphabets, buttons, native twine, Ranger distressed inks and Tattered Angel glimmer mist.

Yum Yum!... It's Lorenzo's turn to make his own frozen yogurt yummies at Fruitti Froyo at Solenad, Nuvali. He had so much fun adding his favorite toppings which are M&Ms chocolate and fresh mangoes. Looks contradicting but those are his faves and its his time to indulge! I used here Inque Boutique pps, DCWV cardstocks, buttons, AAS fabric brads, native twine, Ranger distressed inks, Little Yellow Bicycle pps and AC Thickers glittered chipboard alphabets.

Been a little tied up with school works and lectures last month. Now I'm on my final stretch of making grades and listening to oral reports. And we had a week of mourning for a lost of an Aunt and so some relatives came over to be with us. Luigi is finally done with his first semester in College and I'm crossing my fingers for the results. My first semester as a college instructor went WELL and I'm happy to top the students and administration's evaluation. Life is moving up so fast... I just hope I didn't miss anything!

Okay, I'm back and scrapping once again. Its so timely that another batch of photos for service came just in time for my sembreak. So I have to go now... thanks for looking as always!

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