Monday, February 25, 2008

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Here is a free template!

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Thanks for the comments!

46 comments:

grambie said...

I can't believe I am first to leave comments. So, I better be quick. Just awesome with the circle outlining effect around the star journaling mat. A perfect touch that adds whimsy and fun to the mat. Thanks for a beautiful and uplifting template.

I am surprised that I made it today. I was out of Oncology Infusions today a little early after taking part 2 of my double milkshake, treatment 2 of 4. As you know part 1 was in-hospital infusion. So glad to be hear, and hope that I can finish the sketch if my weakness improves. Leavin LUV! XOXOXO!

Myxi said...

Thanks so much for the template Andrea, they are always appreciated.

aussie_caz said...

I love that you love making free templates for us :) Thankyou so much.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful template. Thank you:)

MiKiko.

Mardie said...

Thanks for all the free templates. They are very much appreciated!

lwlittlebit said...

Thanks so much for the neat template Andrea!

Jessica said...

thank you Andrea!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! I love STARS!!!

from Carol in Liverpool

marilyn said...

what a great template!!! thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Cuchy said...

Thanks Andrea for another beautiful template.

Anonymous said...

Andrea, I just love your templates. Thank You. Appreciate all you share with us.

MichelleMyBelle

Anonymous said...

Thank you! your templates are always wonderful! :)

pbrooks said...

Thank you so much for the template, Andrea. It is so cute. I love the stitching, the 3 large photos.

LadyPatsFan said...

Lovely template! Thank you so very much!

cindy said...

Great templates. Thanks for sharing.

Mary said...

What a fun template! I can't wait to play with it. Thank you1

Tink said...

Thank you for the great template.

Tropical Storm Jenessa said...

wonderful template, thank you!

Jan said...

Thank you very much, Andrea. Love the
stars.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing!

Bonnie said...

I love the patchwork look of this layout. Thanks for the great template.

Ladye said...

I just read your little Ironies, funny how things never seem to change, no matter how old you are or how many times you think you have seen it all where kids are around.

Thanks again for the template, you know I am a template junkie too!!!

verabear said...

thanks for the template Andrea :) I heard about your PS classes and have been thinking of signing up. Maybe in another run though.

shawnyrvr said...

Love all the stitching on this one!!! Thank You so much!!! Hope things are going great in your part of the world.

Blessings,
Shawna

JulieBee in Iowa said...

Thank you for the super-neato templates. I like the way you put the stars partially behind the blocks for the photos and the whole thing will display photos so well! :)

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Karen said...

Ugh, finally found the "post a comment" link by blindly clicking around..lol. The small white script on the tan background is hard to make out.

Thank you very much for another great template. The one for your current challenge at GDS was the first I ever tried and it turned out great, thanks again.

I had to lol several times reading your little ironies. I could especially well relate to the ones with kids always seem to have plenty of room left for cake and sweets after refusing to finish dinner due to a completetly stuffed stomach. And I also just got out an even bigger bag for all of my odd socks that never seem to find a partner. Just cleared out those that became obsolete, because my daughters have outgrown them while they waited for their partner.

Tracy Marie said...

Love your templates - thank you for sharing!

Amanda, David and Isabel said...

I love your templates! Thank you for always sharing!

DanisDelusions said...

SUPER Template. Love it. Thanks again.

Robin L said...

Thank you!

EmiArgentina said...

Thank you so much! I always LOVE your templates. You are great, girl!!

Stephanie said...

I really like this! Thank you!

Scrapping Mom of 5 said...

Thanks for another great template.

Danielle said...

adorable!! thanks, Danielle

stacy said...

Wonderful template! Thanks so much!

Maisie_D said...

Thanks Andrea!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great template!

Lynn

momakids said...

Thank you Andrea for all the free templates. And thanks for the 2nd page of the double-sided template#18. I love it!

Ruby

denisewitch said...

Love the star templates. Thanks

denisewitch said...

Love the star templates. Thanks

charliesnana said...

Thanks so much Andrea. Your templates ate the best! It is so good of you to share.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful templates!
Scrapann

Vasco Leiria said...

Thank you so much for another great template.

falwyn said...

thank you for the template -- can't wait to use it!

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My Little Ironies

  • I just had to tell my daughter that there was little probability that she could do eighty chores in two hours and 10 minutes to earn a giant lot of pet shops on Ebay that she wants to earn before the auction closes. That's at two chores per dollar. :)
  • We are helping my father sell an old vehicle and what do we find in the glove box...an unused 12 guage shotgun shell...that's my Dad!!
  • How does a three year old end up at church with no underwear on, especially when you dressed him and you know he had underwear on at one point during the morning?
  • The root of all toilet clogging evil is apparently a ball point pen and it's nearly impossible to dislodge one of those from the inside of a toilet.
  • You know you have to do some serious laundry when you actually consider wearing your 11 year old daughter's Hannah Montana shirt.
  • My 6 year old daughter got a comb stuck in her hair and we had to cut the comb into little bits to get it out of her hair.
  • My kids keep breaking the toilet seats! I guess I need a bulk package of those too!
  • Chocolate chips are not a food group.
  • My toilet seat says "Hailee" on it!
  • If there's work to be done, all of the kids need to use the bathroom or get a drink.
  • All two-year-olds think the baby swing is for them!
  • When you have 6 kids, carpet is your enemy!
  • You know you have a large family when your grocery receipt is 4 feet long.
  • The toilet is clogged and my husband found a plastic easter egg in the pipe.
  • My daughter just asked me if she can put chocolate sprinkles on here melted cheese sandwich (really???)
  • I burned up another hard drive on my PC! Can I buy a bulk package of those too?
  • Well actually, my sand pile is full of socks and silverware!
  • My sand pile is full of socks!
  • The key to my treadmill is missing again...can I just purchase a bulk package of them???
  • I fixed my daughter's glasses with JB Weld!
  • I have a pile of sand on my leather couch.
  • My daughter lost her glasses in the snow on the way home from school in January. Someone found them in March and turned them into the school office! Amazingly enough, the school remembered we lost them in January. Wow!
  • Just when I think he knows better, my 10 year old son plugs the bathroom sink and the emergency drain in the sink basin to soak his grow creature, turns on the water, and forgets about it until we notice water flooding out from under the bathroom door! And yes, he locked the door so no one would bother the grow creature!!
  • It's time for another worn out pair of the hubby's pants to disappear! Aren't kids suppose to be the only ones who are attached to clothing?
  • My 4 year old says she needs "peace and quite"!!!!!
  • My Husband says there's a perfectly good reason for the leatherman being in my dish drainer.
  • I have a leatherman (fancy pocket knife) in my dish drainer. I don't know why.
  • My kids are storing a tumble weed in my garage for the winter!
  • My 10 year old son informed me that people have only discovered about half of the world's caves (thank you BBC and planet earth!)
  • My baby's car seat is full of finely crushed graham crackers (?? Little babies don't eat graham crackers)!
  • My husband's shoes are filled with Mr. Potato Head parts!
  • My two year old thinks the new baby swing is for him! He can even climb in by himself and work all the controls. Boy, does he have a rude awakening coming!!
  • I have a giant mud hole in my back yard.
  • My vacuum is fully of plastic easter grass.
  • My kids are too full to finish their dinner, but they have plenty of room left for cake!
  • I have a giant laundry basket full of socks, and we can't find a single match!
  • Miscellaneous items found while cleaning out my kids' toy box include a flashlight, rocks (no suprise), a sea shell (we don't live by the sea), a drill bit, a stapler, and some tree bark!
  • My daughter's medical bills added up to about $18,000, but we got a free sippy cup and a ball signed by the Utah JAZZ Dancers!
  • I put safety locks on the tops of my outside doors to keep my three year old from escaping and she figured out how to open them with a broom in approximately five minutes.
  • I bought the EXPENSIVE vacuum this time only to find that my 3-year-old took it apart with a screwdriver!
  • I haven't showered for 3 days, but my house is clean!
  • I have 38 winter gloves of various sizes in my coat closet and none of them match.
  • We're out of peanut butter because my husband used the rest to catch a mouse in our garage!
  • Yes, my son won 1st place in the science fair at school, but he didn't turn in half of his assignments this term?
  • No matter how many toys my toddler got for Christmas, I still find him in the middle of my kitchen floor sitting in my crock pot!

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