I am so excited to not have to hand wash ALL of our dishes anymore! Thank goodness for Sears and 0% financing for 12 months!!!
I know I said I don't set new year's resolutions, but I have already accomplished a couple things that I had secretly hoped to start or to complete sometime soon this year.
One being to take some photos of my Christmas decorations. We had 3 trees this year! And I loved it! I have collected an ornament every year since I was born. That, along with crafting ornaments every year, has provided me with more than I could possible hang on 1 tree. In my next post I will share about the ornament we choose for this year. You also get a peek of my Santie collection in the last photo! I plan to do a LO soon about both of these topics very soon!
Any guesses on how many total? It's ridiculous! I can't believe I have been sooooo lazy! And for 2 years!!! Now I have to get them in order and then begin the process of putting them in page protectors. Ugh! I am so not looking forward to this!
Today we accomplished hanging some of our art on the walls of our home. It took us almost 2.5 years to do this in St. Louis. I did not want to wait that long again to make our home feel more personal and cozy. I also want to get some photos of us and our families up on the walls too. I'm just not sure how I want to go about doing this yet.
If any of you are able to guess EXACTLY how many LO's are in both of these piles I will send you a little RAK!
Oh and I also wanted to tell you to stop by and check out the Mix It Up challenge blog!
Our first challenge was to use this color palette and this sketch as our inspiration.
Here's my take on it:(Supplies: Patterned paper: Scenic Route, GCD Studios. Transparency: Hambly Studios. Lace Cardstock: KI Memories. Stamp: Lil Davis. Flowers: Maya Road. Letter Stickers: Doodlebug and Making Memories. Cardstock: Bazzill. Punch: Martha Stewart. Ink Stampin' Up!)
Hope you all have a great week!