I love this little pass-through, between our classroom and the next even more, now that we've taught a Sunday. It's a great way to stay in contact with other teachers, while the kiddos are playing, if we weren't playing, too, that is :). Plus, if we ran out of anything, and our coaches weren't available, this would be an easy way to share.
Ezekiel was thrilled to see his picture, on the wall, in the Great Beginnings hallway!
Before I take off today, I wanted to share a new, scrapbook page I put together for Adina's, baby album. I used a sketch from Pencil Lines for inspiration.
in my Tidbits post. They were sewn on my machine and hand stitched for added detail. I, then, began putting together my layout, starting with that gorgeous, background paper by Paper Studio. I layered on a piece of Almost Amethyst cardstock, punched, with Stampin' Up's Scallop punch, and clear embossed, with polka dots, across the bottom edge. On top of that, I added Certainly Celery cardstock. I, then, attached the pictures in a square pattern and adhered the "PLAY" sentiment above the flower embellishments. I, honestly, can't remember who made those awesome, sticky, chipboard letters. I wish that I'd saved the packaging, because they're fabulous! I do know that they were purchased at Archiver's. Finally, I added a little text rectangle, over the polka dots and below the photographs, to remind me how cute Adina was at 7-1/2 months, when she's 13!