Saturday, July 10, 2010

10 on the 10th ::: The July Version

Meredith is hosting 10 on the 10th today and it's been a while since I've participated. I typically don't Saturday blog, but it's 5:45 p.m., I've had my Saturday night bath already and am in comfy clothes. That means I can play for a bit. : )

I thought I'd share 10 links that I have liked of late. Here goes:

1. Bookplates you can print for your child(ren)'s books! : ) I had a ball looking through the different designs and there are some illustrators in there you may recognize. My girls will be thrilled that I found one with Angelina Ballerina on it!

2. A neat, crafty way to make envelopes for CDs. Easy and cute.

3. A recipe for BBQ Beef & Rice that is my new favorite summer meal. Super easy and delicious! And, if you like simple, delicious recipes and don't know about Stolen Moments Cooking, you need to check her site out. I haven't been disappointed by a recipe of her's yet!

4. This book calendar that you can find on Etsy. It's technically to keep track of when books are due at the library, but I think it would be a fun way for my reading girl to keep track of what books she is reading.

5. A great post from Elizabeth & Marie at Write.Click.Scrapbook. about how to tackle the PILES of old photos that you have.

6. A cute summer to-do list. May have to get all crafty and make this next summer.

7. Last night, we watched the movie version of 5 Children and It by E. Nesbit for our family movie night. I read the book about a month ago and really enjoyed it. Of course, the movie takes some liberty modernizing the story a bit, but it is still really cute and the girls totally got into the story.

8. A few more scrappy pages from this week. Thanks to the free templates that Moon Ko put up on Write.Click.Scrapbook every day this week, I got a few layouts done and had fun playing with my photoshop program. I'll never switch completely to digital - I have too much paper on the shelf that I want to use. : ) But for getting some of last week's vacation pics scrapped quickly so the girls can enjoy them? They were perfect for that.

Pool Fun

Papers are from a free kit on TwoPeas, Summers Here!

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N1 6th Birthday

Paper from a Happy Birthday Kit and Happy Go Lucky. (Please ignore the typo in the layout. Oops.)

10. And, with that, I ran out of links and stuff to say. Happy weekend!

4 comments:

  1. Perfect post! Now I need to go check out all your links! Cute pages too! Love that you're a resource for me! :-)

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  2. those pictures of noelle are soooooo wonderful! what a pretty little girl you have.

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  3. Thanks for the recipe link. Because of our travels, I went almost a whole month without cooking and now reality has set in. Time to feed these kids!

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