So there are winners from last week - and hopefully plenty of busy-bees working on the challenges this week. All are due Saturday evening to be eligible for Treats. So here's to my troopers last week; good job ladies! Random.org has selected Deanna as the winner for the week. Deanna, you'll be getting something in the mail by the end of the month. Friday - end of the week, end of Spring Break, end of sunny and 70. I guess the snow will keep us from our season opener soccer game for our 9 y.o. Can't say I'm all that upset. Love, seriously love watching all my kids play, but the schedules are about to get insane with two soccer players and a volleyball player - their practice schedules and game schedules are about to collide, and, really, when are collisions ever pretty? So, I'm hoping tonight to escape into some cropping at home - I tried to get into one of the three crops the Archiver's near me is hosting this weekend, but they're full up. So me cropping at home is sort of a coin toss, I want to, but what will I see as more important to do. We'll see. So in case you're looking to enjoy some peaceful cropping time this weekend, here's your 5 on Friday ingredients:
- 1 sheet neutral cardstock - white, black, kraft
- 1 sheet bright, springy shades of patterned paper
- 1 set of stitches - pen & ink, rub-ons or the real thing
- 1 frame
- 1 set of buttons - at least 6
Other than title and journaling, the above are all that can be used on a layout. If you can make it into a two pager, given the ingredients, I'll toss your name it twice.
Hopefully, those of you in the upper northeast are drying out, those under a blanket of snow and cold are warm and those enjoying warm weather . . . well, ya'll are on your own. :D