12 x 12 | materials patterned paper (Crate Paper) + cardstock (American Crafts) + die-cuts (Crate Paper) + chipboard alphabet (American Crafts) + letter stickers (October Afternoon) + stickers (Crate Paper, Jillibean Soup) + punch (Fiskars)
A Note from Donna
My middle son, Nathan, is a little shy of doing things when he is not guaranteed success. It took us a long time to even get him to try to put his shoes on by himself. Finally, last summer he did start attempting to do it without help from mommy or daddy. He still puts his shoes on the wrong foot, often, but at least he tries.
Scrapbooking the everyday is one of my favorite topics. In fact, I think recording the everyday moments of my family’s life is what truly inspires me and it is the topic that makes up the bulk of my pages. It’s these ordinary moments, and images, that I want to remember when my boys are grown.