Monday, April 02, 2007
OK, I've recovered from the embarassment of the white out! But, while we were still visiting, she made another mess! :) My mom had a 10 gallon water barrel in her kitchen-the kind with the spout. Anyway, we go in the kitchen and there is all of this puddled water that has run clear across the kitchen and soaked the entire floor. Turns out, my dd pushed the spout and ran all of the water onto the floor! I do love her, but she is very busy! Here is a freebie:





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And as always, I read and love all of your comments!

Here is what I did with it:

Credits: Papers and embellishments by Amy Kropp.
Brother Sister word art by Michaele Burkhart.

Also, here is a layout using one of my templtes sent to me by "hyphen8":


17 comments:

dodo said...

love love love this thanks so much your talent is only outdone by your generousity
dodo

nnylfs said...

your temps are always gorgeous! thank you so much for sharing them with us!

grambie said...

I just can't tell you enough how I adore & look forward to your ffantastic templates. I have reserved a few $s in my little budget to buy something from you each month. So, I got the prior templates from godigital, I think I have it right. Now this one here for free, I would gladly pay for. Your templates will make an album of photos of my eldest granddaughter's wedding in Las Vegas. Her Mother took pictures because I cannot travel because of my disability @ this time. I know I will send you a pm. This is the only way I know to support you. Again, Thanks!!!

twoboyz00 said...

Thank you so much for this wonderful template!

PSharp said...

Thank you for the wonderful template.

Myxi said...

Thanks for the template, as usual it's awesome.

Anonymous said...

Wow sounds like you have your hands full. Thanks for finding the time to create these wonderful templates. Teresa

Deanna said...

Man, I can so relate to your life! My 2 1/2 year-old DS has been on a streak of terror in my house making more messes and trouble than I can possibly clean up and just about sending me to the crazy house! Thanks for sharing your wonderful templates!

Ally S. said...

Thanks so much for the great template!!

Dana said...

Thank you - this tempalte is awsome, and you LO is great

Shell said...

Thanks for the template. My my what a busy one you have lol. Seems you need her on one of those lil kiddie leashes so she's never out of sight. Does she go to daycare or some kind of playgroup? Maybe that's what she needs to get some of that energy out.

Anonymous said...

I so remember the many times that I wished I could tie up my kids and sit on them just so they couldn't get into things! Lol!

Thanks for the sample templates. They are great!

Sharon said...

Thank you. I really love your templates. Your are so generous. I am a rectangular scrapper and I use them all the time.

karen said...

thanks for the latest template. Sounds like you have your hands full!

Joanna said...

Great layout!
Thanks a lot for the lovely template.

Aly said...

Yea! I was in time for this one!! Thhank you ever so much. FWIW, my youngest is a mischeivious munchkin too. Grin and bear it!

Anonymous said...

LOL! Kids. I love the template. Thanks for sharing it and your story. It made me laugh!
Kathy M

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