What engagement gifts should you give to the girl who just got the best gifts of all, a ring on her finger and her Prince Charming? But the bigger question is what gift can you get that they will both like? Now that she’s engaged, these gifts are not just for her. The perfect engagement […]
The first item that I hold dear and would take with me if given a choice would be the family Bible that my great-grandmother gave to me. She had a huge impact on my life and she recently passed away at 103 years old. This Bible contains so much of our family’s culture. This Bible […]
Two 12×12 made to order scrapbook pages. Both pages contain two 3×5” mattes and one 3.5×5” matte. Also both pages contain a journal tag to document your special day.
Layouts are the same, flair and embellishments may vary. Pages listed to choose from
Please email the age and if there is a specific theme you would like.
Or Jack, as he was usually known. He was our Mum’s Dad, and he died when I was twelve. He and Sallie came down from Wallasey to live with us in Chorleywood when I was seven, so I have clear memories of them both, but perhaps understand them better from an adult perspective – and […]
What better way to kick off the new year than with World War II, anime-style. Or at least, with a game that starts off 110% anime. Valkyria Chronicles 4’s story gets pretty dark by the end but not without shrapnel chunks of teen banter, mishaps and romancing along the way. As the main character, Claude […]
Hi friends! It’s that time of year again. Time to clean up after all of the Christmas crafting and wrapping and get organized for an inspiring new year! I was talking with my friend Marta over at Maremi SmallArt and it turns out we both needed to get out crafty act together so we challenged […]
Vellum paper adds a soft touch to paper crafting projects. And did you know you can create this look digitally as well in Photoshop? Using a layered digital scrapbook template you can turn down the opacity on layers to get … Read More… from Craft Gossip http://bit.ly/2sy7PBK
Vellum paper adds a soft touch to paper crafting projects. And did you know you can create this look digitally as well in Photoshop? Using a layered digital scrapbook template you can turn down the opacity on layers to get a more transparent look. Visit the Designer Digitals blog for more on this technique. -Heather
vintage ELIZABETH TAYLOR MOVIE STAR SCRAPBOOK 54pgs red – Buy – vintage ELIZABETH TAYLOR MOVIE STAR SCRAPBOOK 54pgs red
A few weeks ago my friend Gail and I, classmates and friends from the Class of ’59, drove together down to Florida with the express purpose of visiting one of our classmates, who happens to be residing in Memory Care. We had been considering this visit for months. This friend was not any ordinary friend. […]
Well, week three of my art journal challenge did not go as planned. What I did have planned was a bright, joyful page with the theme of Yoga, because I am going to start the ‘Yoga With Adriene’ Dedicate 30 Day Yoga Journey this week and I thought that it would be good motivation […]
Today I heard from Jack (Steph’s father), that his mother (Stephanie’s grandmother) passed away a few days ago. Stephanie loved her a lot, and if Steph was here today she’d be crying, and we’d be driving to the wake. But the wake is in Iowa, a long and snowy drive, and I wouldn’t belong there […]
Exploring Utterslev Mose A Family Friendly, Copenhagen Nature Walk Hello and Welcome to Laughing Linnet’s Nature Blog! Today we will be exploring one of my family’s favorite Family Friendly Nature Walks – Utterslev Mose, in Copenhagen, Denmark. So, don your wellies, grab your Nature Books and join us for another exciting Outdoor Nature Adventure!
Albert Jay Nock originally published this essay in The Atlantic Monthly in 1936, and it has seen a lot of republishing in libertarian circles online in recent years. Its use by libertarian critics aside, Nock’s insights have given me a lot to think about with regard to evangelism and how one goes about doing it, and what […]
It had not been the intention to post on the weekends – but such is the sense of watershed historical moment about this week that it was obvious that a note on the day would be needed. Firstly to the New York Times which ran the following piece this morning and which was picked up […]