I want this one~

As I type this a certain family member is studying my blog and actually counting pictures of each family member.

I firmly believe that she can NOT claim the title of being the middle child, because for 11 years she was the baby even though she’s a twin.

But, I think she is certainly acting like the middle child now. Sigh!

How many days til school starts?

Anyway, I am continuing my Hartly free projects with this layout of the twins during a momentous occassion. Buying cell phones!

They claim to have been the ONLY kids in their grade without them. And it took a lot of talking to convince their father to allow them to get one, but he finally agreed on the condition that they had to pay for them. Since this was right after their birthday, that was no problem.

My layout~

Can you see the excitement on their faces? The poor Verizon salesman wasn’t prepared for us, and I think he will remember us for a long time.

I took two of Ali Edwards’ digital images traced and cut them on my Silhouette. I love that feature!

I also printed a digital phone image directly onto my patterned DCWV paper. It did take an extra minute to dry, but I love how it turned out.

I used the June DCWV Stack-a-holic Template Challenge sketch for this layout and the The Snapshot Stack.

I am so excited about this stack! The colors, patterns and little extras in the stack are awesome. Especially all the Polaroid images.

I can see using this stack for layouts, cards and Project Life.

Speaking of Project Life I am WAY behind. Yikes!

I used~
DCWV The Snapshot Stack
AC Thickers Sprinkles
Smash and Misc Washi tape
Ali Edwards Circles of Life and Arrow Sentiments
Telephone image

2 thoughts on “I want this one~

  1. I really like the colors & everything on this one…Great layout!!! Just curious…does Hartly have a cell phone yet????!! LOL!!! Take it from a middle child…it’s no fun being the middle child!! And, yes, now I know I sound like a baby : P !

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