Always A Story / Layout

With Little and Em there is always a story waiting to be told.  I guess that is why I love scrapbooking so much.  I've always enjoyed storytelling, even as a child.  I'm challenging myself to find different voices to tell the story of my photos.  With my layout today I used Little's voice for my journaling.

More photos of Little's actual birthday ... Birthday Party!  She loved her sandbox Papa made for her.  You can see it HERE.  She step into the garage where we had it for her and she did not even hesitate to what it was.  Sandbox!  Her focus for the rest of the day was the sandbox!  LOL 

A great friend dropped off the number 2 balloon.  Little laughed and played with it throughout the party.  She still plays with it today.  It was a wonderful addition to our tiny get-together.  

Little smiled and talked to Mommy over Facetime on Daddy's iPhone.  

Although Little's official Birthday Party was grand and full of wonderful friends.  This party with her parents and grandparents (both set) was special as it surrounded a most special little girl.   

Can you believe she is two?  I can't.  And guess what has happened?  She had her first hair cut.  Layout coming soon!

Paper:  Bo Bunny Ambrosia collection; My Minds Eye brads; Butterflies Sizzix's Vintaj; journaling ATC digital download from My (sort of) Project Life Blog; inspired by Sharon Tidwell's take on Susan Stringfellow's Basic Grey sketch; Washi Tape

Have a Crafty Day!


  1. Love the stories your layouts tell! She will treasure that sand box for years to come!

  2. awesome~she is the cutest!!

  3. Pretty work with the banners, Debby!!

  4. Great, love, love the butterfly.

  5. Such a sweet layout - the sand box looks like a lot of fun! I like your layered banners pointing upwards! x

  6. Anonymous2:46 PM

    Wonderful layout! Love the banners and the washi tape background!! xo Evie

  7. Totally love how you used the banner strips and outlined the paper. Fun story, so cute.


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