For this one the majority of the background papers were pieces I had precut from a stack that I believe was called Mariposa. It was likely DCWV since I'm pretty sure I got at JoAnn when their stacks were 40% off.
I cut the 'week 12' title with my silhouette. Still love it. I need to watch some tutorials and get better with it though. Up in the top right is a letter we got about my youngest daughter's kinder entrance into the program my oldest two are in. They decided not to give siblings priority this year like they always have and I panicked because there wasn't enough room. That meant kids would be chosen by lottery.
In the middle is my youngest waiting by the door for brother and sister to get home from school with dad. It's so cute how she's excited to see them every day. Also in the midddle row are pics of my youngest on a walk. She took her scooter. She kept trying to do tricks and stopping to stretch. It was funny, and so her. I had to capture it. On the bottom left is the pic from preschool Daddy and Me day. It was a western theme. Then in the bottom right quadrant I divided up a pic from my daughter's open house. She was standing under her rainbow that had some sort of sentences written on the colored strips.
On the right we have pics from this week's baseball game, pics from my son's musical (performed at Open House), and a picture of the scrubs that came in the mail. Hubby is now officially ready for nursing school to start. I tucked the attached tags into the pocket. The week in review is in the upper left this week.
So now I'm getting work done on my 30 Days of Thankfulness mini album. I've enjoyed the process of taking time out to give space and words to my gratitude.
I'm also starting to think about December Daily. I try not to do too much too early, but I also like to do some work ahead so that I will stress less and be able to finish it easily in December.
What are you working on?