Near the exit of the museum is a photo booth, which she begged to do, and I have a hard time saying no to photo booths.
This summer has flown by, and we'll be returning to Idaho in just a few short weeks. But with school over, I finally feel like our summer can begin. We have already been to the waterpark once, and plan on spending many more days there in the coming weeks.
We're also hoping that the raspberries at my Grandparent's house come on a little early so we can help pick (and eat) them!
Summer is a slow scrapping time for me, it just feels hard to sit inside at a desk when I have a little one dying to be outside, but I did manage to squeeze in a few projects lately.
This page is made with a hodge podge of supplies, both old and new. I had fun just playing with supplies, it's been awhile since I did that. We went up to the canyon over the 4th of July and Zoe couldn't get enough of the corn on the cobb.
I made this page right around Zoe's birthday, almost two months ago, but just now got around to getting it up to share. This paper from American crafts is the perfect place to showcase lots of photos!
In other news, I've been working hard on my blog (you might notice a different format) and working on lots of new tutorials. It will take a few weeks to get everything up and running but in late August, you will be seeing lots of fantastic new things!
Holly & Co.