What shall I blog today? How about a few more October Afternoon projects that I haven't gotten around to sharing yet. :)
They sent me the Modern Homemaker line awhile back and I had fun reflecting on being a stay-at-home mom and what it means to me. I never thought in a million years I would be a SAHM. Truly. I was always taught to be a career woman, and I actually went to 6 years of college and received 2 degrees. Becoming a mom changed my whole perspective, and now I can't imagine it any other way! So this little mini album is dedicated to how much it means to me to be here for my girls and also my daily routine of being a homemaker!
I had this old chipboard book in my stash with tabs (I think it was made by Scenic Route?), so I used the chipboard iron, rolling pin and ball of yarn on the tabs.
HERE in my gallery at 2 Peas if you'd like to see the rest!
Jen Jockisch on this one! I love how she adds so many strips of paper and colors!
When my grandfather passed away, my grandmother had all of his jeans made into a quilt. And I loved the idea so much, I made one for our home with our own jeans. It's so heavy, warm and comfy.
And because I couldn't stop using hearts the day I made all of these...LOL...a fun little tag-shaped Valentine's card! I stitched a little heart banner, added lots of polkies....