Sunday, November 29, 2009

St Patricks Day

Yes, I am doing it. I am showing my never get out any more side. I got to go out for St Patricks Day this year. It was on a week night, took the train into town and had a ride home so I let my hair down and got a little silly and IT WAS SO MUCH FUN! So here is a lay out of the crazy evening with some friends. I will probably have a few more scrap pages to share but I WILL have some cards to share before too long. Me and my 5 high school friends are having our girls Christmas this Friday night and we will eat, drink, play Christmas music, exchange gifts and make our Christmas cards. I have already started to pack a few things as I have some ideas in my head. I need to write those down! otherwise these wonderful ideas will be gone! crazy how I can barely remember things anymore. I did not get ANY crafting time in these 4 days off! We had 3 Thanksgiving dinners to attend and we babysat the grandbaby Friday and Saturday. Which was great I haven't seen him in about 2 months!
I don't remember who made the paper. I got it on clearance at my LSS. The letters were cut out using one of the fonts on the Hannah Montana Cricut cart. Okay gonna run, I am going to attempt to make a couple of necklaces or bracelets for gifts for some co-workers. Thanks for stopping by my little piece of the blog world. Have a great night.


Angela S. said...

Julie, love these pictures. It's nice to get out once in a while and just have fun!!

JazzyH said...

Great layout!

Payne Holler Cards said...

LOL you can tell all were having a blast!

Gina said...

Looks like a fun time!!

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Oh!! I love this!! LOL you GO girl! how FUN!! and a girls night of Christmas fun!! oooooh...I'm so jealous!! what fun your gonna have! I got a good deal at Michaels on sunday. Just replenishing stock but, still...and...3 thanksgiving dinners...hmmm...I remember THOSE days before I was divorced. Same with Christmas. SO exhausting! but, could be fun too.

The Wired Angel said...

Terrific layout... and I was so surprised to see a St. Pat's scene at this time of year.. a very pleasant surprise. Thanks for sharing your creativity. Hugs, Peggy