Tuesday, July 19, 2011

ten on tuesday

1. I changed up the blog look a bit, but I'm not feeling it. I like the banner, but I don't know I think I like it better the other way...thoughts?
2. There is a great giveaway on the Ormolu blog that will help you in your Week in the Life project, plus a peek at my album and how I put it together is up over there:)
3. Make sure you check out yesterday's blog post too for how some of us creative team members used various number products;)
4. It's Tuesday, so I have another project up on the Echo Park blog.
5. It's sneaky sneak time at My Scrapbook Nook and this will give you a hint: think the blue, orange, red, and green color story. *really* excited about this kit:)
6. All of the add-ons at My Scrapbook Nook are on sale for 40% off (including next month's!), the coupon code is: 40%. Have fun shopping!!
7. I made this for dinner last night and I highly recommend it, thanks Shel!
8. Mangoes are on sale this week, I am thinking I need to make this.
9. I know a little boy who would LOVE this:)
10. Yesterday, while Kieran napped, Shaun was still at home, so A and I headed to the pool. We had so much fun swimming together for almost 2 hours and when we were done, Aislynn hugged me and said "thanks for the happiest day." :)   We really need to make sure she gets more one on one time with us!

2 comments:

Candace Prado said...

love the card on EP! Those banners are such a fresh idea!

The design on your blog is awesome - the banner is a great summer touch. Just missing your smiling face on here somewhere!!

Ormolu stuff is toooo die for! That camera button on your NOLA lo is so perfect! I MUST have one....!!!

I can't get in to Pinterest right now, and that make me unhappy :( but I will check what you linked for the K-man later!!

Sherri said...

Love the new look, I say keep it :) And, I always love your lists, and all your fabulous links. Seriously how do you make time for all you manage to do in a single day?! I hear you about a day with A. It's hard to find that one and one, and it only gets more difficult as they get older, and are involved in more activities. I've learned that it's really the million little things that they adore and remember, so much more so than if we waited for only 'big' things to do together. So glad it happened for you two, at your community pool.