In 2009, I shared how my husband made me a craft table and we re-organized my studio, which used to be our dinning room.
I know what you are thinking "How the heck does she find the projects she is working on?"
Let me tell you, it's a battle, but that is the only space I have to work with and I like to spread out. So, at times, I have to lift stuff out of the way to find the stamps or chipboards I am working with.
But I can't complain... I got to be thankful for what I got now, praying and waiting for my big studio with lots of windows and natural light, a central island and lots of working space around the room.
Anyway, the other day I was browsing Two Peas in a Bucket website and found this project. I thought it was the cutest and smartest thing ever, so I decided to make me one. I had just placed an order with Two peas and when I got my box, guess what?
There was a cardboard sheet in there, so I cut it into pieces and began working on it. Here is a close up of the album in process.
If you would like to know the artist behind this awesome album check her blog HERE.
Here is the new Martha Stewart Swirling Lace Punch Set I bought and some of my digital vintage images that I use on my cards.
Besides the cardboard album, I am working on 3 vintage baby chipboard albums. So this post is just to let you know that I am still scrapping. You might have stopped by recently and read about homeschooling, reading and putting children to bed and thought what happened to all the vintage projects. Well, we are still working on those too besides changing diapers, putting babies to bed and cooking dinner. Yeah, I am a full time scrappin' Mom!!!
Ah, if you are considering making a Scrapbook Wedding Album on a Budget do check out this post! I will, also, soon post on the foods I ate to help me lose 20 pounds. Follow me or subscribe to my blog to be notified of when I post. :)
Have a blessed weekend and thanks for stopping by!!! :)