We are in the process of moving to MD. Currently, I work on an Army base in NJ that is closing due to BRAC. Therefore, they are moving us all to another Army base in MD called Aberdeen Proving Ground. I'm so excited I feel like a little kid at Christmas time! Our new house is so me I can't believe it. It is country and vintage all at the same time. Yet, it has the new amenities that I crave! Here are the pics of my new house:
So, while waiting on this move to happen, I have been very busy sorting through my entire house to make sure I only move what I need or want. However, I had some swaps that were due. Here are some pictures of a vintage paint can swap I was in and this is the can I created for my partner. I hope you like it. I used some Donna Salazar paper, Tim Holtz distress ink, Prima flowers and butterfly as well as "say it in crystals". AND, of course...I had to use my glimmer mist, glimmer chips and glimmer screens. Everyone seems to love the brown flowers that I put on it...well, they are from Websters Pages. Aren't they beautiful?!
All, I know it has been a week...but I have been so busy. I had to stop what I was doing with the mini album as Laura was teaching a new mini for graduates this past Friday. So, I really don't have anyone graduating either college or high school yet, but I had a close friend whose daughter is graduating Kindergarten. I decided to make the album for her. So, if you want instructions on how to make this, Laura shares them on her Ustream as well as on her Blog. Hope you enjoy my version!