I’ve been member of Club Scrap® for a long time. When I joined in 2008 I was a newbie scrapbooker. I had a few necessities like glue, scissors, and cheap paper, but when I received my first kit I was in HEAVEN! I had no idea that supplies like that existed! Not only did the… Continue reading Scandinavia or BUST!
Welcome to my stop on the Club Scrap blog hop! This month’s hop features projects from the September 2017 Orchard kit. I don’t know about you, but I’m so ready for fall! I usually start my posts with a little story inspired by a quote or image in the kit. This quote was the spark that… Continue reading The Apple Never Falls Far From the Tree
This fourth grader is a MESS! He’s a “balla” (baseBALL, footBALL)! His confidence overflows! He practiced his typing skills on the computer at my sister’s office, since school was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey. And, he’s got style…Check out his new “do”! Click play, the video isn’t sideways! This little Texan got his teeth cleaned… Continue reading Fish out of Water
Monday was the Great American Eclipse 2017 and we were “eclipsing” so hard! View this post on Instagram #Repost @thechrisbellino (@get_repost) ・・・ Suck it @nasa !! A post shared by Wendy Chapman Bellino (@wendy_c_b) on Aug 21, 2017 at 11:41am PDT View this post on Instagram Old schooling it #eclipsewatching ! That… Continue reading Man in the Moon
Welcome to my stop on the Club Scrap Vintage Botany blog hop! Isn’t this kit gorgeous?! Before Club Scrap® posted project ideas and instructions on their blog, they published a monthly Scrap Rap publication that was included in each kit. I have quite a collection of them! The instructions are always so easy to follow… Continue reading Utilize and Miniaturize!
You never forget your first love. This was my fourth birthday. I loved that bike. I even remember the day I rode it without training wheels. My dad was running down the street holding the back of my bike and suddenly I was riding it all by myself! My dad re-gifted this bike to me… Continue reading To Infinity and Beyond!
Illusory works of art have a curious fascination. They represent a triumph of art over reality. They are illogic masquerading as logic. These are some of the first optical illusion photos taken of and by my Dad in the 60’s. There were lots more taken of us over the years! We LOVED when he would… Continue reading The Inky Art of Illusion