Friday, June 24, 2011

Time for another Challenge!

Happy Friday Bloggers....we made it! 

I have to tell you, this week was a very long, and stressful week so I am not sorry to see it draw to an end.  I'm hoping to have a fabulous weekend.  A dear friend of mine is celebrating being fabulous and 50, DAve has to work so that means a trip to Hobby Lobby for me.  Darn....;)  LOL!  I'm also working on a few swaps this weekend.  Will post a video once they're swapped and received....don't want to spoil the surprise. :)

This Friday also brings a new challenge over at Paper Therapy:

This week's challenge is create something Red, White and Blue.  It can be a tag/ card/ scrapbook page, altered item...whatever you want it to be...just has to be Red White and Blue.  With the 4th of July approaching, I am reminded of how our country started, what it stands for...and now, the sacrifices made by the men and women of our armed forces.  My little brother is one of those few good men - a proud member of the United States Navy.  But Justin has taken on another role in the last 2 years as well - Daddy.  Not father, step father, guy that married my mom, but Daddy.  He's grown up so much since shipping out nearly 6 years ago and I am soo proud of the man he has become.  Here's my projecct:

The supplies are simple:
Cardstock - white and blue
Stickles - Christmas Red and Silver
Ribbon - red from stash
Thickers - White Chipboard from stash
Black pen for journaling

Someday little Kylie will be old enough to understand what her Daddy did for her, for this country...but for now, I hope they can just enjoy each other, love each other, and be happy.

Remember, you will have 2 weeks to complete this challenge.  At the end of those 2 weeks, a winner will be selected for this challenge and will have the chance to win scrappy yummy goodness.  (and I got some awesome stuff to give away so come play!)

I hope you all have a Fabulous day and a great weekend!


  1. Love the swirls and flowers here! The journaling made me sniffle. Please give your brother my thanks for serving our country.

  2. Great scrap page Jessi...I also would like you to thank your brother for me. I admire and appreciate the courage and sacrifice they make so that we can enjoy our freedom.