Hilo turns one today, but we didn’t celebrate his barkday today. We plan on celebrating it later on during the week though, which is a good thing because I’m still working on his pupcake. Good thing Hilo doesn’t know what today is, haha. 😉
As most of you know, I’ve been missing in action recently. Again, I apologize for not being able to stop by everyone’s blogs or respond to emails as quickly as I normally do. I will make an effort to catch up with everyone this week. On top of being busy, I have not been feeling too well. Physically, my body hurts. Mentally, I’m exhausted. …and emotionally, I feel torn. I think resting will do me some good, but this weekend was definitely not restful.
On Saturday, we met up with a friend, Steven, in the city to discuss some legalities. The weather was so perfect, so we couldn’t resist heading to the beach to sit and chit chat.
On Sunday, I spent time with my family. I hadn’t seem them in weeks, so a visit was long overdue.
It was nonstop this weekend. I didn’t even get a chance to scrap anything! 😦 Hopefully, this week, I’ll be able to get my creativity on. I’ve got my fingers crossed, hehe. 🙂
Even though it’s been a couple of days since I’ve been in my zone, I created another really cute mini album last week. I used a Punky Sprouts album to create this one. However, I switched out the original binding by putting in brown owires from Zutter. I also used the Live Loud collection by Imaginisce on this project. I think it turned out mighty cute! What do you think?
On the Zutter owires, I used matching ribbon to tie fun chipboard. Doesn’t add tons of character?!
A handful of people have suggested that I post pictures of the inside of my mini albums. Some of my mini albums are personal, so I don’t like to disclose that for everyone to see. …and to to tell you the truth, I am very critical about my work. This time, however, I thought I’d be generous and share this mini album. Here are some pictures of what the inner pages look like in this one:
Aren’t the colors to this mini album rockin’?! …and those Zutter owires match perfectly with that Imaginisce line. Looking at this mini album brings back a lot of fun memories from last summer. That’s a good thing right?! Isn’t that what scrapbooking is all about — remembering the good times (and the bad times, too)!
I plan on posting tomorrow because I’ve been such a slacker. Until then…
PS: My head hurts! Thank you, Massage!