Thursday, September 27, 2012

He's a Future Heartbreaker! (Out for Publication!)

My little hunk when he was 2 years old. You can't see in this photo but my husband was pushing him around in this Little Tykes Coupe, he loved that car :)



Cut a heart out with my Cricut and used it as a mask for the spray ink and paint splatters. A little tracing with a marker helped it stand out a little better.

  I never imagined that he would grow up to look like this...


Destined to break a few hearts. Sorry in advance to the parents of those ill fated girls.


Dug through my old chipboard stash and found this perfect little stoplight.


Inked the Thickers and accented the bottom of the red letters with some of the blue ink. 


This boy themed collection from Echo Park  is one of my favorites.

I know I've been a sporadic blogger lately. Unfortunately I can't promise to be better. Someone has to take all these photos to scrap. In addition to this job and my full time nursing job, I'm also expected to find lost articles of clothing, keep everything washed and ready, run up to the school umpteen times a day to bring forgotten items, come to games or pick up the persons responsible for this list from practice. Oh and I forgot...bake cookies for the bake sale, come to meetings and be a "Band Mom". I'm sure you all know what I mean...but that's my excuse and I'm stickin' to it!






5 comments:

Ashley Horton said...

So cute, Beth!! Love the misted heart in the background and this collection is so cute with that adorable photo!!

Steffanie said...

Too cute! Love the subtle heart shape in the background. Fantastic colors. Great work, as always!

Jennifer DeWolfe said...

Very cute layout and I love it when I find things in my stash that are perfect like that!

Girl you make me exhausted just reading your to do list! Make sure to find time for yourself in there too :)

BabyBokChoy said...

Aw, how how sweet! That picture is so precious and looks totally modern with all your great paper choices and misting and embellies!! Well, a mother's work never ends, let alone one with a full time job!!!!!

melshappyscrappyplace said...

Adorable!! That stoplight was perfect on this LO :)