Friday, April 24, 2009

Secret Sisters and Scrapping The Music...

Happy Happy Friday everyone!

When I got home from my roadtrip on Wednesday, the most awesome happy mail was waiting for me - a surprise present from my SiSversary secret sister! The package included an adorable handmade card, a vintage children's book, some YUMMY natural fruit snacks (there were actually three more than what is pictured here - I have been happily snacking on them!), and a FABULOUS pack of rub-ons from the new Cosmo Cricket "Girl Friday" line! It was such a happy surprise! That vintage children's book is sooo cute - can't wait to use it for some projects; annnndddd I realized that the rub-ons coordinate PERFECTLY with the new SiSTV "Drama Queen" collection that I have been using lately! So much fun! Thank you Secret Sister - whoever you are!!!

P.S. I have also been having fun with the secret sister that I have been assigned to - but I can't share anything about that - don't want to give away the secret!!!

The design team for Scrapping The Music got together to make a thank you book for our founder Mary. She works so hard behind the scenes and we appreciate her soooo much!

The book was Nat's idea (kalbach) and she coordinated the whole thing. Each design team member contributed a 6x6 layout. We were to include a picture of ourselves and a song lyric. Here's what I came up with...

Materials include patterned paper (unknown mfr), Jenni Bowlin black star paper, acrylic paint, sharpies - black and white.

On the back of the layout is a thank you note to Mary.

You can see the whole album at Nat's blog here.

I will be back tomorrow with more to share - I hope your week is going great!


Nat said...

love the children's book you got- the cover is cool too :) Love your layout for Mary . the colors are even more beautiful in real life.

Marit said...

Oh man... I LOVE to get parcels in the mail! I don't understand the "secret Sis stuff" (has it to do with sisaversery?) Your LO is cute!!!

McMGrad89 said...

This is great. I love when you paint and use the sharpies on your layouts. Cute picture and great lyrics.

Amber Zimmerman said...

That children's book looks so fun! I love the lyrics you chose for your little lo. . .I've been wanting to do a page for that song for awhile too! =)