Project Life: Dad

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“Of all nature’s gifts to the human race, what is sweeter to a man than his children?”

~Marcus Tullius Cicero

Still working on more Project Life scrapbook pages and loving the simplicity of them.  Finding time to sort through photos is another story altogether!

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These alphabet dies have retired, but the “By the Tide” stamp set has not!  This was our first project using Night of Navy cardstock and ink and they are a winner.  I was sad to see Midnight Muse depart (the very first stamp pad I ever purchased), but this color is the perfect replacement.  : )  Old Olive is complimenting it in this project.  The Father’s Day sentiment (below) is from “Delightful Dozen” and the lines for journaling are from the new photopolymer scrapbooking set, “Point and Click.”  Here’s all my guys six years ago when Joshua (front left) received a wish from the Make a Wish Foundation.  (He was born with Prune Belly Syndrome and is a kidney transplant patient.)  His wish was to go on a cruise and he was gifted with a trip to the Western Caribbean for his 18th birthday.  It was a trip of a lifetime (thank you Make a Wish!)  That’s Joseph, front right (our little guy with Down’s Syndrome…so happy and fun-loving!) and Jonathan (back, right) who owns Summersweet Landscaping (which has a tab here on the blog…so happy for him and his ventures.)  And, the proud Dad, my hubby, back left.  And now you know the rest of the story!  : )

Note:  At our second stamping class, we changed up the cards.  We put the “D A D” letters down the side, and didn’t use the Father’s Day stamp.  We used: “big ways, small ways…” on the smaller journaling card and “love you always…” on the “fish” card.  The sentiments are from the new “Something to Say” set.

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