Hello again! Another volleyball tournament is behind us and another busy week lies ahead. This is one mother that's anxious for summer! Our daughter is graduating 8th grade so our calendar is full with activities planned in the coming weeks. What a wonderful time for her to celebrate achievements and friendships made as she prepares for the next four years. High school will bring new relationships and challenges ... I'm so proud and am looking forward to watching her continue to bloom. Wishing I could be there by her side for every moment but knowing that there is much more for her to discover on her own. How do you ever let go?
Although I have much to improve upon with my photography skills (hopefully you'll see a difference in the coming posts - it's a new goal of mine), here's a little something new to share with you today. I made use of some retired background paper and added a stamped image from the Apothecary Art stamp set. The coordinating Framelits Dies make it even easier to use this beautiful set.
A piece of chipboard painted a soft shade of yellow is the perfect spot to feature my crocheted flower. I have so many new crocheted bits and pieces to share with you ... all made while enjoying my spectator seat at the volleyball weekends. This one is embellished with buttons and a "stamped stamp" image (snicker ... "stamped stamp" ... giggle). My bow is died seam binding dressed up with decorative pins, a tag from Petite Pairs, and a sweet yellow flower.
I hope you enjoyed stopping by today ... I always appreciate the time you spend here with me!