Happy April! I'm excited to join Elizabeth in her new series sharing a second look on a old project not shared before meeting her. This is my first time getting to share mine, there isn't much that I've made other than scrapbooks/PL albums so I was happy to remember this project of mine.
I forgot what this is called, but it had some of the miniatures I used to collect. One day on Ali Edward's blog she had a weekend project ideas and I thought this would be fun.
So I cleaned it out and found some of my favorite photos of the kids/family/activities and scrapbook embellishments and went to town filling it up. I left some blank thinking I'd add new ones later but I never feel the need too. I like it just the way it is, shows what we were like at that time.
I do remember being a little afraid cutting my favorite photos so small in case it didn't work out, thankfully I remember only 2 that didn't work. Elizabeth, I'm guessing you probably know what this thing is called, I want to say it's something with tray in it?? Let me know if you or if anyone knows.
Thank you for letting us share our "second look on the second" with you Elizabeth and gang. Can't wait to see what you will be sharing.
Look what I found today, little spring blooms growing. So excited they popped up, can't believe it with all the cold we've been having. What a great surprise today for the first day of April. Today Rich and I celebrated our 20th year anniversary too. Time is flying for sure, it feels like it was just yesterday. We didn't do anything special and didn't need to either, was nice just being home together.
Have a wonderful Easter and spring break for those having one. We start ours on Friday, so I won't be posting next week. We have a few things planned and if weather is nice enough we can just enjoy the outdoors I hope. Before, I go here is a peek at my March calendar I finished.
I love how it turned out and using just the two colors with pops of black when needed. I have different ideas for April's and will share it later. I do still love filling these squares.
Thanks for visiting!