Well, the garage sale went on ... even with a teeny tiny bit of rain. I'm so thankful though that we had our big tent. I was worried that morning though thinking it would be called off at the last minute. So glad that it wasn't because I stayed up making a banner for the tent, my daughter was excited to help out and we sold quite a bit of stuff. (still have a bunch to get rid of though)
Here's Kailyn & me in aprons that my mom made. (she sews these all the time and sells them at The Little White House in Fort Langley - they're all black & white though and each one is different! They're fabulous.
And here's the banner that I worked on. Nothing fancy but it was fun to make.
Thanks Pat for the pics.
Ok, I've been thinking about this for a long time as was wondering what many of you thought about this topic. How many of you have taken on-line classes before? Do you like the 1 week class or the 5-12 week kind? These classes are the kind where you can sign up/pay but do it in your own time.
I've been thinking about doing this and was wondering what all of you though and whether or not you'd be interested. Please leave me your comments as I'd be interested in knowing your thoughts. And who knows ... maybe I'll have a little giveaway!!!!
Well, I need to get off of here and head to bed as I've done something to my back and the only place it feels good is lying down. So I'm outta here ... but before I go I'll leave you with another layout that's in the fall issue of Canadian Scrapbooker.
Our challenge was to create a layout using mosaics. So I did that to my photo - 3 large pieces not a bunch of small ones.
Supplies used: Core'dinations cardstock, Rose Moka alpha stickers, Stampin' Up brown clip