Monday, May 4, 2009

NSD Scrapping

OK, so this weekend, I was somewhat of a bad wife and mother! Saturday was National Scrapbook Day and I decided to hide down in my new scrap area and create a few things. I ended up chatting more than creating, but hey it was a "holiday" after all and I could do anything I want...right?! I had no desire to cook or clean--well, I did feed my family and deep cleaned the living room yesterday, but I ignored the rest of the house. And my kids KNOW how to get my attention when they need it!

I created a few layouts- this one was my favorite because I designed the layout to describe me (one of the challenges over at

The photo is a reflection of myself that I caught in one of the buildings in Boston while riding the trolley. I thought it was a really cool shot.

I whipped out the Graphic 45 papers here- they are so rich and worked perfectly with the photo!

journaling: I love taking city tours because I learn so much about the place I'm visiting. This day trip to Boston was pure joy for me; Boston's filled with so much U.S. history, I just wish I had more than a few hours to take it all in! Oct 18, 2008

This is how the layout describes me:

I have a soft, feminine, flirty side sometimes I can be a "miss priss" - the smooth textures of the bling and puffy alpha and the feminine lace and flowers

I also have a rough tomboyish side- the ripped, distressed edges and the dark colors of the papers

See the heart in the center of the left side of the page? Well when I first meet people, I'm a little shy and quiet, almost hidden like the heart.

Other times, I'm like the orange circle bling, I'm the center of attention. I always have a story to tell that keeps people laughing! You can usually hear my loud laugh for blocks! LOL!

I like to travel hence the travel page

Like the bull clip at the top of the page, I hold things together even if by a thread.

If you look at me a little closer, you'll see there's more than meets the eye- like the stamps that are held by the bulldog clip. Look a little closer and you'll see that I cut them so the the ones with "New England" are at the top since the page is about Boston which is a part of the New England states.

I pay attention to detail! Did you notice that the heart is a mirror? The photo is of my reflection, I used the word reflection on the LO and the mirror gives off a reflection....ah haaaa! (said like one of the barbershop characters from Coming To America)

now for a couple of close-ups

I created this quick and easy LO about my niece and nephew who will be 14 in a matter of months. Watching them grow up is making me feel old! LOL!

And this one was created using a sketch provided by Michelle Lanning. It's about my Xander learning to feed himself! OOOh just wait until you see the spaghetti pictures that I took the other day....ME-SS-Y!

That's all for now! Scrap-diner's crop lasts all month long, so I'm sure I'll have more to show you as the challenges and prizes are fantabulous!!!


Deanna said...

Incredible LOs Tanisha! I LOOOOVE the "tourist" one especially! Wow! You ROCK those G45 papers! Glad you had such a great weekend of scrapping!

Robin Gibson said...

A girl's gotta do...what a girl's gotta do, ya know? Glad you had fun scrapping! And you certainly cranked out some awesome art!! You really do have such an eye for detail! LOVE LOVE LOVE the G45 layout! AMAZING!
The kid layouts are precious too! Very sweet and yummy colors! Love how you put it all together!

Rochelle said...

Once again... amazing layouts! You did a wonderful job on all 3 layouts!! I have some Graphic 45 paper but it's soo overwelming for me right now! LOL I need to get my inspiration going first! LOL

Pinky said...

Hey Tanisha!! I lOVED Your MLS projects this month! They all blew me away!

Pat said...

Love your pages!

scrapNdiva said...

I love your work, you make it look so effortless. I've been proscrapinating lately - still can't find my mojo - after seeing your creations, I feel my juices starting to want to flow again. You rock lady - happy mothers day :)

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