Thanks to the postal service, I only have one day to work on my kit. I'm not the only one who has had problems with kits not arriving on time too, a few of the other TGs had the same luck.
That being said, I love December kits to bits!! Love, love love!! Month after month, Cindee and Cathy put together most amazing kits for us.
Yes, I have to keep reminding myself not to blabber too much, because of the photo overload. LOL. Here goes. . . !
Please pay no attention to that thumb. *grins* You can read the journaling, right? Green and orange flowers with brads on them, the shipping tag, red thread and buttons from my stash. I used some leftover scraps of paper from October kit too.
See that globs on the last photo? That is my most favoritest part. LOL. All stamped images were heat embossed with black, white and clear embossing powders. The layout is quite plain and quiet, because that is what I want my 2009 to be like. Calm, as calm as possible. As calm as my insanely erratic self can be. *grins*! Tiny red letter stickers from my stash.
This layout was inspired by one of Label Tulip's member, Rach H! Thanks Rach for letting us lift your layout :)
A layout of a very dear friend, Wati and her son, Adam. He's a cupcake, that boy. I still remember laughing at his antics until my tummy hurts. I miss you Adam! They're now (hopefully) safe and sound, enjoying the beach at Koh Samui!
I used the 'star' stamp we got earlier, alpha stickers and also a piece of Maya Road Sheer from last month. That rub-on as background of my title, I dig that. Totally.
As you can see, I can't get enough of the "Falling" stamp. *grins* And the card is so simple to make when you have a versatile, pretty stamp like that.
On the homefront, we're going for Nidhi's orientation day tomorrow. Yup, baby Girl is going to P1, that is Grade One for you people, I suppose? :) Whoaa.. my baby is going to school, real school?! That is freakin' me out, a little bit. *grins* She's gonna be okay, right? Tell me she's gonna be okay... LOL!