Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Twilight Tuesday Inspiration Challenge #50…….

 

n59566751394_59Donna got to pick out theme this week.  This is what she has to say:

" One of the best things about Charlie is that he doesn't hover"
Stephenie describes Charlie's personality and temperament in this one single sentence. But as we know his relationship with Bella slowly changes from strangers being thrown together in awkward situation to a bond that any father and daughter would be envious of.
Challenge Portion: Create a project, be it a card, layout or anything that would celebrate either Charlie's and Bella's relationship or the bond between your father or a father 'figure' in your life.
Comment Portion: Tell us about your relationship with your father or a father 'figure' who is or has been special to you.

 

This is a club scrap project that I made.  It is a little plastic bag album.  Lots of fun to put together with a cute end result.IMG_0076 IMG_0077 IMG_0078
Alissa’s class went to an over night field trip for 4th grade last year.  It is all set for period time.  Pioneer camp…… That is my little bonnet child.  Doesn’t she look like little house on the prairie?
IMG_0079 IMG_0080 IMG_0081 IMG_0082Lissa  with her friend Harpreet & Lissa with her teacher Mr. Knox.IMG_0083 IMG_0084 The cool thing about the trip is Rob took Alissa.  The above pic is them on the porch swing of one of the cabins.  It is a classic picture of the two of them and the bond they share.  Daddy and girl!IMG_0085

Lissa and her square dance partner Robby.  Such a cutie pie he is! IMG_0086 IMG_0087 Oh they will love these pictures one day!IMG_0088IMG_0089

Hope you enjoyed!

As always, our Design Team has fantastic projects to display for this week’s challenge – please go and check them out!

Dani ~ Jen ~ Julie ~ Margie ~ Rebecca

Alison ~ Donna ~Erica ~ Jacquie

with Special Contributors:
Tonya ~ Beth

Spread the Twilight love……..

13 comments:

Stampvamp said...

What a darling book!!! I am always amazed at how you make these Club Scrap projects look so heavenly!!! You are fabulous at them!!!

Erica said...

I love this book. Your daughter is adorable in her prairie attire. Great to have a father daughter day. Love what you did with the album!

Dani said...

What a lovely book! So perfect! Thank you for sharing these sweet pictures of your children with us!

Tamara Bennett said...

Wow what a great project! You put a lot of time and love into this one! Great job!

Alison said...

How awesome is this book! All of your photos (of the project and from that day) are wonderful. What a special memory for both your daughter and yuor husband!!!

Donna said...

This book is just amazing Eve... I LOVE it...You always put so much detail and effort and love into you gorgeous work! Awesome stuff Honey!! Xx

Rebecca said...

What a cool book! And how awesome is that little scrabble tile???? Thanks for sharing your book, your pictures and your talent!

Holli said...

VERY cute book Eve!!

Beth said...

That is fabulous, Eve!! the book is wonderful, and you have some amazing photos in there! What a wonderful treasure for Alissa when she gets older and thinks back on HER relationship with her Daddy!

margie c said...

What an adorable book! How sweet are those outfits! I love visiting the pioneer days! So much fun! and delicious root beer for a penny ;)
Great job!
:*) margie

Deconstructing Jen said...

Eve this is amazing. You did a beautiful job with this. I just can't fathom how much time this took. I need to look into making some of these for Evey and Ben. I know they would love them. Thank so much for sharing our awesome project. :D

Leigh Ann Baird said...

You are the queen of awesome/cute/super creative little books! I love this book!

Jacqueline said...

How cute is this!!! Great pictures, I am sure they will be treasured forever!! Great work!

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