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My Beautiful Girl

I was able to complete a 2nd scrapbook page this week. I haven’t been doing things in chronological order but have been bouncing around to see what inspired me. This week I scrapped a photo of my daughter after she got her ears pierced. We then went to her favorite restaurant for Mexican food and she proudly showed off her new ear rings to every one. Since it was her birthday, she was given the sombrero while the wait staff sang her a birthday song. As you can see, she loved the attention.

2012-03-17 ear piercing page WM

Today, for Music Saves My Soul, I have a song to share from Sinead O’Connor & the Chieftains. In the spirit of St. Patty’s day, I went with a Irish song, although I decided to pick a more traditional song instead of a drinking song. You can play along by linking up your musical pick for the week on Marcea’s blog.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you! Sláinte! If you celebrate the day, I wish you your fill of corned beef, potatoes, and a pint (0r 2) of Guinness. Thank you for stopping by!

While you are here, don’t forget to check out my March Followers Blog Candy of 2 MME paper pads. Click on the picture for details.

Supplies:

  • Stamps: None
  • Inks: None
  • Papers: Papertrey kraft CS, Echo Park Country Drive paper pad
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Martha Stewart edge punch, Big Shot Papertrey Journal tags die, Sweet n Sassy heart die
  • Embellishments: Misc. button and white cotton crochet thread
  • Fonts: Throw My Hands Up In The Air

Challenges:

Comments

Karin said…
What a great page and a great milestone to document! She's so cute and I love all the buttons :)
Karin said…
Ack! Just realized I didn't say Happy St. Pat's! :) :) :)
Monika/Buzsy said…
What a sweet page Cheryl. She is a pretty girl! Love the fun colors, the buttons, the stitching... everything! :o)
Cheryl said…
oh this is one,brilliant layout Hun,such a pretty girl,love the stitching,and all the elements,work beautifully hugs Cherylxxx
rosalien said…
Super layout and such a great photo of your daughte. :)) She is such a lovely girl. I love the details of all the buttons, looks great. :))
Thanks for joining DC.

Hugs, Rosalien
KraftyKoolKat said…
This is lovely Cheryl. She does look proud and is a credit to you. Pretty like her Mum. Thank you for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop Challenges this time and good luck.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxx
nancyparker55 said…
Such a fun layout. Thanks for playing along at Kaboodle Doodles.
Annette said…
what a fun fun layout...
1CardCreator said…
She is beautiful! Gorgeous lay out and pic!
jkreucher said…
WOW! what a fantastic Birthday, She looks like she is the life of the party! What a great picture! love your design and the fun buttons!
Thanks for joining us for the Sassy Cheryl wearin green challenge this week!
Judy
Anita said…
A beautiful page Cheryl and also a beautiful daughter. I love the pink & green together and the layout is so pretty. Happy St. Pat's Day :)
Riet said…
So gorgeous Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
What a fun page!!!! Love Liz' smile with the sombrero!

Is that your handwriting on the page?? If so, WOW - gorgeous handwriting girl!!!!!

Maria
Lynne in NI said…
Gorgeous LO ... such a pretty pic and great detailing too!
Love to see a Layout as entry for our challenge. I love how the photo is the center of attention on your layout. Of course, the embellishments specially the border punchwork looks great!

Thanks for joining us at Kaboodle Doodles’ Green Challenge!

Kath
Blog: Creo by Lady Katutz at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/
Fabulous layout Cheryl! Thanks so much for joining our "ANYTHING GOES" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
Darlene
Shelly's Images DT
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
Fabulous layout Cheryl! Thanks so much for joining our "ANYTHING GOES" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
Darlene
Shelly's Images DT
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
Shar said…
Fab layout with a great design! Thanks for playing the Border Punch Challenge at Gingersnap Creations! Don't forget to come back and vote for your favorite entry when the challenge closes!
Tracey said…
Wonderful LO Cheryl & your daughter certainly is beautiful :)
Hugs
Tracey
xx
Lorraine said…
What a great moment to scrapbook! She looks so happy! I've got to get back into scrapbooking, sigh...lol.
Renee said…
What a sweet page Cheryl...your daughter looks so happy! Hope you had a great St. Patty's....I sure did! No guinness but a few wee Irish Mist to help celebrate!
craftybunny said…
Super layout.Love the sweet pretty colours and buttons.Beautifully captured memory.Thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop Challenges.Hope to see you again next week :D
Lisa x
Ros said…
This is such a lovely page ... thank you for playing along at CCCB
Audrey Pettit said…
Awww, what a fabulous layout, Cheryl! Love the kraft mixed with the green and pink and love the strips of paper. the punched border is fabulous. Love the scattering of buttons and the journaling on the side, too.
Linda R said…
Your page makes me smile. Your daughter so cute.. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!
cats whiskers said…
What a fab layout, your daughter certaunly looks as if she enjoyed herself. Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Challenge this week
Hugs
Jacqui x
silkeshimazu said…
I love the page of your daughter and how the paper matches the colors of her sweater.
Mary J said…
That is so gorgeous Cheryl!!
Becky B. said…
Great layout - your daughter is such a cutie!! :)
Kathy and Lucky said…
This is so sweet, love that cute little picture and the page you did to show it off.
xxxtglxxx said…
Great scrap page and such a fun picture :) Its wonderful!

hugs

xxalisonxx
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
Wonderful creation, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!
Sue from Oregon said…
Wonderful page Cheryl! Love that video. Once you get past the wonderful hairdo Sinead wears, the song is lovely!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Fabulous page and such a wonderful photo of your daughter. I am loving the pages you have been creating.
Susan Flynn said…
What a pretty layout of your daughter she looks pleased as punch wearing her sombrero! Love the buttons. Thanks for joining us at Delightful hugs Susan x

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