Books Worth Reading!
Sun Scholars: Ice Cream Leprechauns Treat Tutorial
Coffee & Biscotti ahhhh!!!!
As I’ve been unpacking my scrapbooking goodies lately, I’ve had a lot of fun getting them all organized and ready to use. I spent yesterday afternoon working on getting all of my Smash Book supplies in order. I have a craft closet in our new house (hooray!) and I have some shelves with wire baskets for organizing my projects. I found some cheap drawer organizers I had on hand and I put together a little smash station. I am very pleased that I can easily see and access all my little smashing treats and that all I have to do is pull out these wire baskets and open up a book. Yes, I do realize that I have a disproportionate amount of washi tape in comparison to my other supplies. There is honestly no way I could use that much tape in my Smash Books, but that doesn’t seem to stop me from buying more. lol! Oh, and I seem to have collected a few of these over the last few months: I’m using the black Smash Book for our travels. You can see my posts about it here and also on this site. The yellow one is my son’s movie ticket Smash Book and you can read more about that in this post. The trouble is that I have 3 more Smash books and I’m not sure what I want to do with them. I have a few ideas floating around in my head, but I thought it would be helpful to do some research and put together a big list of ideas for smashing. Click on the image above to download copy of the picture or you can download a free printable pdf file of this list by clicking on this Download Ideas for Smash Books scrapbookladypage... Help me spread the word by pinning this post. Now I just need to decide which ones I want to work on first! …
Gifted Hands by Ben Carson- this guy worked so hard and overcame so much to become one of the top neurosurgeons out there. I should read this.
Charles Dickens. Anything by Dickens is worth reading
The Happiness Project--really insightful, enormously empowering