It’s finally Friday, and the weekend’s upon us! I plan to get some major organizing done this weekend. Though, when I plan, I often vary from my plan! So who knows what I will accomplish this weekend. Actually, I do know some of what will happen this weekend. My camera will come out and we’re going to capture some great family memories! I hope you all do too.
To leave you on a sweet note this beautiful Friday, here is some laughter for the true scrapbooker! Don’t forget to grab your camera and create some meories of your own this weekend!! Have a good one!
A Scrapbooker’s Eulogy
Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray the lord my soul to keep
but if I should die before I wake,
please Lord, let them scrap my funeral great!
If a Tree Falls…
Q: If a tree falls onto a scrapbook in the forest, and there’s nobody around to hear it, does it make a sound?
A: It all depends. Is the tree made of acid-free bark? Are the leaves made of lignin? What’s the pH level of the tree?
“Been there, done that, have the Layout!”
“This is not cat hair around my house; it is a creative use of fiber.”
Top 10 Signs of a Scrapbook Addict
- You’re the only one at a social gathering yelling, “Just one more photo, folks; I don’t have enough for a two-page spread!
- Blue photo split backs can be found in unusual places–school lunch bags, briefcases, pants pockets, the dog’s water bowl.
- A regular sandwich is no longer acceptable–it must be cropped or cut with decorative edges.
- You try to claim your album purchases as a medical expense because it’s such good “therapy”.
- You buy a new pink swimsuit because it matches the pink photo mounting paper.
- Your child is the only one in agriculture class who thinks “crop” is to “cut your photos.”
- You decide to give your child piano lessons so you’ll be able to use the musical instrument stickers that are in the Big Pack.
- You redecorate your family room to coordinate with your photo album covers.
- Your three year old wants to know if her coloring book is “archival quality”.
- You’re in a fender bender and your first thought is, “I wonder what die-cut shape will coordinate with this event?”
- Your three-year-old wants to know if her coloring book is “archival quality.”
- Scraps from your corner rounder cuttings can be found in unusual places: school lunch bags, briefcases, the laundry, the dog’s water bowl.
- Of course a scrapbook addict doesn’t follow a 12 step program but a 12 x 12 step one.
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