My Mom is getting married or so she says. I only say that because she’s been engaged for two years now and hasn’t made any plans what-so-ever about actually doing a wedding. That is, until recently when she decided to start planning one. I am excited because I get to play designer and I get creative control because I know she (nor the groom) care about what I do.
Throwback to the last decade. In case you missed them, check out 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007. Unfortunately, we’ve reached the end. :’( but not forever. There are still many more decades to come (I hope) and plenty of photos to be had.
I am contently driving down the street when I notice this giant sign plastered to a wall that says: call me I’m 50! I’m intrigued but not enough to call the guy (or girl) because at this point I realize the sign is posted on the outside wall of a school. Now, if that doesn’t tip the cops off to a possible pedophile, I don’t know what will.
When your boyfriend (not mine) is incarcerated and you are bored what better to do than send him a get out of jail free card, a nail file and a big box of cupcakes baked with love? I think my favorite part of this entire card was the inside (second picture down) because it fit so well and I thought it was super sweet. I blocked out the names for privacy. Enjoy.
Ah, back to the last decade. I still cannot believe I’m old enough to say that. How nice it would be to be young again. I did 2003 through 2005 last week and now I’m moving on to 2006 & 2007, both of which were very fun years. I did lots of traveling and made lots of new friends.
If you haven’t already noticed, I love making things. Creating stuff and just plain being creative is my all-time favorite hobby. Of course, paper crafting, scrapbooking and card making fall in the list of things I should really do more often. So I bring you this vintage birthday card tutorial. Enjoy.