|This book is also on my summer reading list.|
"...Barry Lopez said we are pattern makers, and if our patterns are beautiful and full of grace they will be able to bring a person for whom the world has become broken and disorganized up off his knees and back to life."
-- from Pam Houston's Contents May Have Shifted (299)3. Picture:
Christine Middlecamp, who is generously sharing her "Mapping Happiness" project-in-process on her blog.
The 10th ends in a few hours, and my lasagna will be out of the oven in about 10 minutes, so I should finish this fast!
As of a few moments ago, this month's JBS mid-month gallery is up, packed with TWENTY-NINE new projects. Many of the designers provided information about their processes in the details, as did I, in regard to an album that I created about my grandmother's first pregnancy, and its impact on my own pregnancy and mindset as an expectant mother. This is a story that I have long been struggling to tell in some way, and I finally found a way to do it.
This month's JBS main kit includes the entire Wren line, which Two Peas in a Bucket now has in stock. I absolutely love the entire line, though one of my favorite papers is "Blueprint."
A smaller version of the pattern is included in the Mini Pattern Sheet from the Wren line, which I used on a card that I created with the main kit:
Lasagna. Guess what just came out of the oven, cheese and sauce dripping everywhere? ;)
9. Post: See #4 above. Oh, also, does a video count as a post? I've been getting a kick out of this one:
They're using classroom instruments.
My husband and I celebrated our anniversary this week. He really is the best gift ever. So schmaltzy have I been lately, that I couldn't resist making him the subject of my layout for this week's challenge at Two Peas in a Bucket, which is to use song lyrics on a layout.
|More details and a full supply list may be found at Two Peas in a Bucket.|
Have a great week!