Finally, thanks to my pal Holli - who happened to be
sharing her day of scrapping with me via text message,
made me break out the table for my "nest."
We then cyber scrapped for awhile getting quite alot done.
It's a small place, with limited supplies and one can wonder
how I always lose and/or misplace things.
Drives me wild - because I DON'T MOVE from there
with anything in my hands.
So I've started tossing "like" things in baggies.
Well we all know how "like" stays together. LOL.
Anyway, no changes on the first couple of pages.
Again thanks to my pal Holli she found this sentiment
pack called "you are the world to me" by DCWV.
Had adorable cut aparts and transparencies that I have added.
Some of the papers I added (and this was all from my "scrap" box)
were not double sided, therefore, using the every stamp I own technique
spruced it up some.
I didn't bring mists this time and I really miss them
but its a small space and quite dangerous spritzing them about.
Talk about a potential mess.
I also rearranged a few pages to fit photos better.
I'm so glad I found this pineapple in a MME pack
that was an impulse buy.
And the pineapples so had to be documented.
If you follow the my blog you may know I grow pineapples
and they always ripen when we are away.
Well not this time.
Three ripened and I tossed them in the RV and
we carried them around for several states before cutting them up.
Normally pineapples do not ripen more once cut.
Well these did.
And by the time we cut and ate them we had a sugar ant
infestation that actually continues to this day.
Not quite as many - but they are still making their presence known.
I can understand these were the sweetest, best ever.
Also I carried put the tops in water to root
them, and gave them away because the poor things
were getting bounced around and out of their water so
my pals Gail and Jill are proud owners
of pineapple tops.
One in Maine and the other New Hampshire.
I'm sure those pineapples will thrive.