Thursday, May 14, 2009

Awards Day 2005

I'm still strolling down the memory's May and that means awards day and the last day of school!

Not for the obvious reason (cuz I loved school), I looked forward to the last day of school.

It was time to close the book on a successfully completed school year, time to clean out your desk or locker, time to get that final report card, time to look forward to summer, time to sign yearbooks...

DS is in the fourth grade!

Not really, he's in the EIGHTH grade...I'm taking a trip down the memory lane...remember?

So he's in the fourth grade. (wink wink)

I just LOVE the right page!

The titling is a hodgepodge of chipboard letters! All RAK'd. (I can't believe I did matchy match here!)

Here is DS receiving an award at his fourth grade Awards Day. He was on the Honor Roll and received a medal. I was and still am so proud of him!

The chalkboard designer paper is from a Karen Foster School Pack found in my stash. Already distressed...gotta love that! The green DP is some of the SU! SAB designer paper. The naked chipboard stars are from SU! The glittered brackets are SU! sticky cuts and Martha Stewart glitter. Sentiment is a rubon from Me and My Big Ideas. The journaling is done with a white gel pen.

I love the titling! I'm so proud of me...I mixed and matched! And used up my stash!

The left page is simple. Gotta rest the eye...or somethin'...

More Karen Foster paper from the same paper pack. Pencil and titling are Me and My Big Ideas stickers. The photo mat, the stick kid and the "A+" are from a scrapbooking kit Mom got me for Christmas quite a few years ago. The handwriting is my own. I need to ask DS for sure who these boys are in the pic and add that to the page

Paper - Karen Foster Designs (School Scrapbook Paper Pad), SU!
Accessories - SU! Sticky Cuts, Martha Steward Glitter, Sticky Strip, Making Memories Distresser tool, Me and My Big Ideas Stickers, assorted chipboard letters, SU! Chipboard (stars)


  1. What great pages! I love them both!

  2. Great pages. I love the bright colors. GReat job Melissa