30 Days of Thankful: Week 3

Another week has gone by and I am loving Cathy Zielske’s 30 Days of Thankful project.  Here’s a peak at my pages through yesterday:


Before our trip, my Mom and I stopped at Pottery Barn Kids and I picked up a pack of DIY butterfly paper masks to bring to Wisconsin for Halloween.  This darling set turned out to be such a fun activity for all the girls.  They even made a special butterfly cut-out for Olivia… priceless!






A snapshot of my favorite details: fun musical notes, a camera tag, a little ribbon bow, and more!


Project archives: Week 1, Week 2

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  1. Oh my are these so cute, love how you scrapped each one. Lots of good things to here to be thankful for. I love the one you wrote about your mom, I’m sure she is thrilled being a grandma. I’m so glad things went well for your daughter and she is healthy and thriving now, such a blessing. How fun to go to music class with her, I loved doing this with mine too. We went to story time and the first half was reading books with puppets then the last 10 mts. they got to play music and dance around use instruments. We made good friends that way too. What a sweet husband you have, I love finding notes like this and one day your daughter will do the same. Thanks for sharing these with us. Have a great weekend!

  2. Hello again, wanted to come back to answer your question on my blog. I haven’t heard of that book before but will look it up at library, thank you for sharing it with me. Now that winter is here reading will be what I plan on doing a lot. Any suggestions is a big help.
    Hope your weekend was good, thanks to for your visit!

  3. What beautiful pages! I love all the color! I think next year I will add a little more pizzaz too. I usually save that for December Daily. But your pages are just lovely! Thanks for sharing : )

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