Happy Birthday, Deb!

Aloha, all!


I hope you will join me in wishing a Happy Birthday to my sister-in-law and fellow Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Deb! Deb and I have a lot in common, two items of which are that (1) we both have February birthdays, and (2) that we both joined Stampin’ Up! as demonstrators 10 years ago, though I missed signing up in February by 1 day. But I still consider February my Stampin’ Up! Anniversary month because that’s when we both really started doing what we’ve been doing for 10 years!

I made the card I sent to Deb while I was in the midst of discovering all the luscious designs in the new Bubbles & Fizz Designer Series Paper set that anyone can get FOR FREE by purchasing $50 worth of Stampin’ Up! products during this year’s Stampin’ Up! Sale-A-Bration. I was not immediately enthused about this paper as all I saw in the Sale-A-Bration brochure photograph was bottles and bubbles (thus the name). But once I started seeing other demonstrators showing off the BACK SIDE of these papers, I made sure that I ordered some (for FREE of course) for myself. You’ve been seeing some of that paper in some of the Valentine Cards that I’ve been making, and you’ll still see more in the next week or two.


Once I made this card for Deb, I decided that this would be a good card for a swap in which I participated last week. I’d been struggling with another set of Designer Series Papers to come up with a design that wouldn’t use too much of any one sheet of paper as most packs only have two sheets of any one design. As I had to make TWENTY cards for the swap, that was not going to work if I used one design for my background. But when I can use three different sheets of paper, all of a sudden I have plenty for such a swap.


Besides the Designer Series Paper on this card, the ribbons that I used are also in the Sale-A-Bration Brochure, in the Shimmer Ribbon Pack of 3 spools of ribbon – one each of Calypso Coral, Bermuda Bay, and Basic Gray. For this card I used the Calypso Coral and Bermuda Bay to coordinate with the papers on the left and right of the background.


Two other products can be found in the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Occasions Catalog. The first is the sentiment that is part of the Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set. Then there are the Tutti-Frutti Adhesive-Backed Sequins pack, from which I used 3 of the Lemon Lime Twist sequins to coordinate with the middle section of the Designer Series Paper. (I did not use these on the swap cards as that would have required 60 sequins – plus the 3 for Deb’s card – that the 50 of each color in the pack would not have covered.)


For the sentiment layer, I stamped onto Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock using Bermuda Bay Ink. Then I die-cut the stamped image and the Whisper White Scalloped Oval Mat using the Layering Ovals Framelits. All of these products are in the Stampin’ Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalog.


Finally I layered the Decorated Designer Series Paper layer onto Whisper White Cardstock, and then layered that onto a piece of Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock, before adhering the whole set onto a card base of Whisper White Cardstock.


Here’s a tip for making multiples of a card with this kind of a Designer Series Paper Layout. First figure out how wide you want your layer to be. Then divide by 3 (or whatever number of papers you’re going to use in your layout). Cut strips of paper that wide, tape them together on the back using plain old ordinary Transparent Tape, then cut all three (or whatever) strips together across the top and bottom to fit the height you need for your card. That way you will have a straight line across the top and bottom for your card front.


I’m having such a good time with this paper set that I might almost have to spend another $50 soon to get more (FREE, of course). But wait – there are going to be some more products that we’ll be able to get FOR FREE in the middle of this month. Watch out for notices about this – I was able to buy the new Sale-A-Bration products so I could show them off early. That’s a benefit of being a demonstrator – just like Deb and me!

Posted on : Feb 05 2018
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A Clean Work Space to Start 2018!

Aloha, all!


Yesterday I mentioned that today I was going to make a real effort to clean up my craft room so that I would begin the New Year with a clean slate. Finally, a bit late in the day, I’m just about done. There are a few things still hanging around my computer table that need to be filed. But other than that, I’m ready for my next Crafting Day, which will be Thursday.

This is my main crafting table, stacked high and wide with products from Stamp-n-Storage. There are even more organizing products over to the right of this photo, but the picture just isn’t as much fun as this one with my view out into my Hawaiian garden. Oh, OK, I’ll share it with you.

I just bought the marker storage over to the right of this picture to hold my new Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers, and relegated my Copic Markers to the older marker storage case. Both sets seem to be happy enough. Down below and to the center is the box in which I store my Embossing Folders (all put away!) and then at the left is the box in which I store my Sizzix Framelits and Thinlits (also, all put away and no pieces are missing!)


The bookcase with my stamp sets is just inside the entrance to my Craft Room, and the space can’t handle anything much wider than the DVD bookcase shown here. Besides, having one bookcase means that I’m forced to get rid of retired stamp sets when I “have to” buy new ones every six months (at least).


For the most part, I do my creative work standing up. I get out all of the materials I plan to use for a project and work to try to organize them to see if I really can create the project I’m thinking of. For one-of-a-kind projects, that’s really the only place I work.

But when I’m going into production (as in a swap or when I creating a lot of cards for a holiday mailing), I take all my supplies over to this table and sit to do the work. When I was dealing with a broken foot, with orders not to stand on it much, I also did most of my creative work here, too. This table is pushed up again some storage shelves to give me more room in which to walk around. But, when I have a class in my Craft Room, I can easily pull it out away from the shelves and there’s plenty of room for 4 or 5 of us to work. For larger classes, I have to adjourn to our great room.

And here’s another not-so-exciting picture. It’s part of a set of shelves that I have built into the closet in my Craft Room. I’m just NOT taking pictures of the rest of the closet because, well, it’s a closet. Nothing pretty there AT ALL! But there’s a reason I had this done and that’s that I live in sunlight just about every day of the year. So when I first set up shop in this room and put my papers in contains on my work table, I found that a good percentage of them had their ends bleached out by the sun in no time at all. So, for the most part, I keep my closet doors closed. When I’m actively designing, the doors are open so I can quickly grab papers (and put them back! – New Year’s Resolution!).


So that’s my life as a crafter as I start 2018. I did make one last project before I started cleaning up, and I’ll be sharing it with you on Wednesday when I show off what I made for our bi-weekly Stampin’ Up! Only Challenge. Come back then!


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Posted on : Jan 01 2018
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Happy Birthday, Margie!

Aloha, all!

     Each year, my favorite niece, Margie (actually my only niece so I get to say that without anyone getting her nose bent out of shape!), has a birthday that I feel I need to mark with something that has to do with unicorns. Yes, unicorns continue to be a feature in her life even as she moves inexorably (but not this year or the next couple) towards the big 4-0. I was therefore quite thrilled when I found the perfect set with unicorns for this year's Birthday Card for Margie!

    Most of the stamps that I used for this card are from the "Believe in Unicorns" stamp set from the stamp company, Newton's Nook. This is not the first stamp set I've bought from Newton's Nook, just the first I've posted here in my blog. But besides the stamps and dies, everything else about this card is from Stampin' Up!, the company whose products I represent (just no unicorns this catalog). The "happy birthday" at the bottom of the sentiment square is from Stampin' Up!'s stamp set, Teeny Tiny Wishes. And both the Newton's Nook and Stampin' Up! images were cut out using one of the squares in the Stampin' Up! Stitched Shapes Dies.

     All of the cardstock used in this card is from Stampin' Up!, including the Thick Whisper White Cardstock card base, the Whisper White Cardstock on which everything was stamped, the Garden Green Cardstock that I used for the grassy hill, and the Bermuda Bay Cardstock that I used to mat the card front. The Ribbon is 3/8" Whisper White Classic Weave Ribbon.

     I colored in the Unicorn and the Rainbow using something other than traditional rainbow colors – Bermuda Bay, Garden Green, and Daffodil Delight Stampin' Write Markers. The little bit of shadowing I did for the unicorn and clouds I made with Copic Markers, C0, C1, and C3I do have a nice collection of Copic Markers, and one of these days I've GOT to learn how to use them! But I don't think I did too badly with the shading for this card.

     The most fun was using some Wink of Stella on the Unicorn and the Rainbow. I could not get a full on photo of the card AND show off the sparkle that Wink of Stella gives to the fun little critter. But here's a small section that I turned into the sun to get some sparkle.

     This really was SOOO much fun! I can hardly wait to see what I come up with next year. Along with the card that I sent to Margie earlier in the week, I sent the stamp sets from this year as well as last year. I can't imagine when I'd ever use these sets except for Margie's birthday. And she's so awesome she deserves something new EVERY year.

     Here are the Stampin' Up! products. If you'd like to know more about Newton's Nook, I'm sure you can find them with a quick Internet search!


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Posted on : Sep 29 2017
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Happy 75th Birthday to My Husband, Harry!

Aloha, all!

     Today is a very special day as we're celebrating my husband's 75th Birthday. I mentioned this last week when I posted his birthday card a bit early so that I could enter it in the Stampin' Up! Only Biweekly Challenge.

     But it could not be such a special birthday without some really fun and unusual gift. It all started at Christmas time when we treated ourselves to a new camera. It was really my husband who wanted a "good" camera so that he could learn how to take artistic photographs of his garden. Yes, we both could go out and take photos of palms and orchids and other tropical wonders in our garden. But he wanted to do more. So, not only did we buy the camera (a nice Nikon Digital SLR with a couple of lenses). We also bought a DVD course in Photography as well as the Nikon D3400 for Dummies book to go with our new toy.

     And, except for some garden photos I took for a digital scrapbook before our last trip to visit family, nothing else has been done with the camera. And I took those photos – with an automatic setting, to boot! So I decided that now might be a good time to spring for some one-on-one photo lessons for Harry.

     We're spending this weekend at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and I found some photographers who live in the town of Volcano who were available to spend this afternoon and evening with Harry to give him some photography lessons.

     As the photographer who is the one who'll actually be working with Harry wanted to talk with him before hand, I couldn't keep this as a secret gift. And, boy, did that start an avalanche! All this week and last, Harry has been working with a neighbor – also a photographer, though a hobbyist, not a professional – to learn how to use all the bells and whistles on his (well, really still "ours," but not at the moment) camera. So today we'll have the professional's take on those lessons as we hike through the forest and other areas of the National Park and, finally, in the evening, photograph the lava in Halemaumau Crater after dark.

     So that brings me to the final little gift I made for Harry in my Craft Room. This is a covered mini-notebook that Harry will be able to keep in his pocket and use to make notes as the afternoon and evening go on. And I'm sure there will be plenty of room for notes as he goes through his garden over the next few weeks. The scrapbook that we take to visit family this summer will be all HIS photographs, and Harry will be able to talk with our daughter – herself a professional photographer! – about how he took his photos. I can hardly wait!

     The paper that I used to cover this little notebook is from the Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper set. This particular piece of paper is the main reason that I bought this set during the Stampin' Up! demonstrator pre-order period and didn't wait until now to order it. Perfect, don't you think?! I do, for sure!


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Posted on : Jun 03 2017
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An Early Birthday Card for My Husband!

Aloha, all!

     At the end of next week, my husband will celebrate his 75th birthday. That's a big one as far as I'm concerned. Actually, at our age, every birthday is a big one! But from now on, any that ends in a 5 or a 0 will get extra special treatment. Extra special in the case of Harry's birthday card is one that's made with the popular Pop Up Twist design. (OK – everyone I know calls is the "Twist Pop Up" card. But I just like the way it rolls off my tongue when I say, "Pop Up Twist."

     This is also the day that the Stampin' Up! Only Challenge group starts its next challenge, which is to make a Masculine style card. No frou-frou or flowers this time! But that doesn't mean that it can't be a really nice card, and I think that this one is!

     As with most of my recent cards, I made today's project using a retiring set of Designer Series Paper. Yep, just one retiring product – the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper. And wouldn't you know that it's already beyond retired – it's gone! Don't forget – even though it might still be on a page in your catalog, if it's retiring, it could run out soon! So don't hesitate to order something you might really like! Order at my Stampin' Up! Online Store!

     To decorate the front of the card, I used the Balloon Celebration Stamp Set to stamp the "strings" and three solid balloon in the background. Then I punched balloons from the Designer Series Paper using the Balloon Bouquet Punch. I adhered two of them using SNAIL adhesive and two using Stampin' Dimensionals to pop them up a bit.

     For the inside of the card, after I'd adhered two sheets of paper to the top and bottom, I stamped the "Look Who's Turning" and "Happy Birthday" using stamps from the Number of Years Stamp Set. For the Pop Up section, I stamped two more balloons – this time just the outlines – on the two center sections. Then I die cut the 7 and 5 using the Designer Series Paper and the Large Number Framelits die set. I cut the two hearts using the heart shape in the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits set. That's all I put on this as you really need to keep the layers in the folded section a bit on the flat side so that the card will close cleanly.

     I debated adding some embellishments onto the front of the card. But my final decision was not to as I think this card has enough interest with its Pop Up feature. And those balloons on the front are in three different layers, and that seems to add a bit of interest.

     I hope that you like this idea for a masculine card and will try either this or some other design to enter into the Stampin' Up! Only Challenge this time. It runs through June 3rd, and that's actually my husband's birthday. We're going on a short vacation to celebrate, and I know he'll love this card. If you'd like to try out this Pop Up Twist technique, I highly recommend the Split Coast Stampers website. The video there was definitely helpful!

     Here are the products I used for this project. All of these products are in the current Stampin' Up! Catalogs AND will be in the upcoming 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog!


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Posted on : May 22 2017
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For Our Friends and Family – Thank You!

Aloha, all!

     The best part of all the traveling that we did last month was seeing so many friends and members of our families. And everyone was so welcoming when we came to visit!

     One of our favorite hostesses – on any of our travels! – is my husband's Aunt Margrit. She is the most thoughtful person, and always seems to have wonderful ideas about what we might want to do  when we visit her in her Sarasota, Florida, home. Harry especially loves the outdoors, and Margrit always finds a place that will interest both of us (plenty of shade for me) and get us outdoors as well. It's impossible to explain how much she pampers us when we visit, but I definitely never feel more pampered than when I'm at her home.

    So, for someone so thoughtful, I always make a special Thank You card. I chose the stamp set for this card first and, as I was looking at ideas to use it in the Stampin' Up! catalog, I found a great card to CASE (Copy and Share with Everyone). If you have a catalog, you can see the basic idea that started my idea for this card on page 143.

     Did I mention how elegant Margrit is? So I put away any cutesy or super-colorful design ideas, and out came the retiring Blooms & Bliss Designer Series Paper (again this week) and the lovely, and also retiring, Penned & Painted Stamp Set. This stamp set is another set that I really love and am so disappointed that it only lasted in the Stampin' Up! catalog for one year. It's been so much fun to use, especially as each flower and leaf in the stamp set has three stamps that make every thing so pretty.

     For the flower I used just two colors – Rich Razzleberry and Blushing Bride. I stamped the outline in Razzleberry, and stamped the fill stamp and then the shadow stamp using Blushing Bride. I outlined the leaves and stem using Garden Green and used the retiring Mint Macaron Stamp Pad. That stamp pad still available as I write this, as are the 2016-2017 Stampin' Write Markers. So the color is still available, though the reinker is not.

     The final stamping was the sentiment, which came from the retiring Bunch of Blossoms Stamp Set, and which I stamped using Rich Razzleberry Ink (that's a color that's not retiring). The final touch is a couple of strips of Mint Macaron 3/8" Sheer Linen Ribbon, an idea that I got from the design I CASEd.

     Here are the retired products that I feature in this card:

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Posted on : May 04 2017
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Birthdays Don’t Take a Vacation!

Aloha, all!

     As soon as I got back from my travels, I had to get right into making birthday cards for friends and family members who had birthdays coming right up. Neither of the soonest birthday girls seemed willing to delay their birthdays until I could get a card made, so I definitely hustled. One may have made it a day or two late (takes longer for mail to get places from here in Hawaii!). Actually, it was this one, which I sent to my sister-in-law. Hopefully she'll have it by the time it shows up here!

     And, of course, since May is the month of retiring Stampin' Up! products, I used a whole bunch of them for this card.

     Both stamp sets that I used for this card are retiring, one of them from a few years back, and one from the most recent (and still current) Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog. The Petite Petals Stamp Set has been around for a while, along with its coordinating  Petite Petals Punch. I didn't use the punch for this project, but I probably will in some other project this month, just to give it a proper, "Goodbye." The sentiment is from the Balloon Adventures Stamp Set, which I really liked, and which I hope to use for a few more birthday cards as the month progresses. So sorry it was only around for a few months!

     The Blooms and Bliss Designer Series Paper is one that you're going to see more of this week as I really, really like this paper and hope to use up most of my remaining stash before it retires. As of the time that I'm writing this post, there is still quite a bit of this paper left, so it's probably not too late to order some (the yellowish icon over to the right).

     Finally, I'm rapidly using up my one last spool of the Blushing Bride 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon. This is another product that's still available as I write this, but other colors in this kind of ribbon have already sold out, so this may not be far behind.

     Still in the upcoming 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog will be the Lots of Labels Framelits, which I used to cut the stamped sentiment layer as well as its mat, as well as the Subtles Enamel Dots (love the heart shapes in these sets!).

     Here are the products that I used in this project that will be retiring at the end of this month:

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Posted on : May 03 2017
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Aloha for the Month of April!

Aloha, all!

     Aloha means many things here in Hawai'i. When I use it to greet you each time I write a blog post here, I mean it as a sense of wishing you an affectionate, "Hello." When people speak of "living the aloha spirit," they are talking about the sense that we should live in peace and with love and compassion.

     But today, I'm using it in another way, as I'm saying goodbye to you – but just for a very short time! My husband and I are taking an extended vacation during the month of April to visit family all over the United States mainland, including attending the wedding of one of our nephews in the Washington, D. C., area. Of course I've made a personal card for the bride and groom, and my last post until I return is featuring that card.

     When I first saw the Lucky Elephant Stamp Set in the Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog, I wondered if it would be appropriate as a card for this wedding, especially as our nephew is marrying a woman of Indian heritage. Surely I'd be able to use it! Then, when my sister-in-law said that the bride was going to be wearing a "stunning gold tunic with a red gown" for the wedding reception, I knew JUST what I was going to do with this elephant – Emboss it in Gold on Real Red Cardstock.

     After that, I tried to use all kinds of other gold products in the Stampin' Up! catalogs. But every time I tried to add something such as the Gold Foil Doilies or the Gold Ribbon or Gold Twine, the card just started to look too gaudy. And gaudy wasn't what I wanted. I wanted something simple and, hopefully, elegant. I do think that the final card has that feeling.

     The gold embellishments, both the circles on the rug on the back of the elephant and the hearts in the background are from the Metallic Enamel Shapes assortment. After I matted the main stamped layer using Gold Glimmer Paper, I felt that was all I needed.

     The sentiment is from another stamp set in the 2017 Occasions Catalog, Beautiful You. I seems to fit right in. There is a bit of fussy cutting work with the rug on the elephant's back. For that, I stamped and embossed just that part of the Elephant stamp on Pacific Point Cardstock. I then cut it out along the outside edge of the elephant stamp and just above the bottom part of the rug. (My first try was to stamp/emboss on Whisper White and then on Very Vanilla Cardstock, and color in the empty spaces with the Pacific Point. After not liking what I ended up with, I had the "duh" moment that led me to stamp/emboss on Pacific Point cardstock itself. Well, duh!

     Here are the products I feature in this card. Even though Robin's Craft Room will be on vacation, don't forget that my Stampin' Up! store is open all year, regardless of my personal plans. Just click on any of the pictures below to go to that store, learn more about any of the products, and then buy them if you'd like!

     Aloha for a month!


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Posted on : Mar 30 2017
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Happy Birthday, Margrit!

Aloha, all!

My husband's Aunt Margrit had a birthday this past Friday – the same day as my birthday! So it's always easy for me to remember to make and send a birthday card to her in plenty of time for it to arrive on her big day. And, of course, I always try to make the card I send her just a little bit over-the-top.

     What I wanted for this card was something elegant. As I went through my stash of Designer Series Papers, I found this sheet from the Affectionately Yours Specialty Designer Series Paper set. The "specialty" in the name of that paper set indicates that there's something in the set that's, well, special! In this case, there are two sheets in the set that have designs with Copper Foil on them. Each sheet is single-sided, but the sides with the copper foil are priceless.

     Once I chose the paper, the rest of the card just fell into place. Oooooh, lace! For that I reached for the Sale-a-bration Stamp Set, Delicate Details. Of course I had to emboss it using Copper Embossing Powder. Then, to separate the Designer Series Paper from the lace just a teensy bit, I added a strip from a Copper Foil Sheet between the two (the Copper Foil Sheets were in the Stampin' Up! 2016 Holiday Catalog, and they've carried over into the spring and are still available!). That created my main background layer for the birthday greeting.

     I always think of ovals as being just a tad more elegant that circles or squares. So out came the Layering Ovals Framelits, and layer I did! The bottom layer is Very Vanilla Cardstock. Onto that I added a layer made from the Copper Foil Sheets. Then I die-cut the flower into the copy Very Vanilla Layer, and added the stamped Happy Birthday greeting from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set. It seemed to have just the right font for this card. My last step was to add a heart that I punched using the Owl Builder Punch. I haven't used that punch much for the owl figure. But I sure have used it for all the little circles and the heart it includes!

     Before I adhered the oval layers to the card, I added some of the Copper Metallic Thread to the card base. But with all that copper all over the place, even I can't see it any more in a photo. It's obvious in real life, but not here for sure!

     As you can imagine, I had a lot of fun making this card. I may just have to do something else with these products that I could frame and hang on my wall – when I have some free time. Hmmm, when might that be? Don't know.

     Here are the products I used for this project. You can click on any of the product photos and go directly to my Stampin' Up! store – not only to find out more about the proiduct, but also to order directly from me! When you make something using products you purchased from me, send me a photo and I'll post it, either here or on my Robin's Craft Room Facebook page!


Posted on : Feb 19 2017
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What I’ve Been Doing All Week!

Aloha, all!

     I had a fabulous Thanksgiving weekend, beginning with a lovely dinner hosted by a new, but already dear, friend at her home on the ocean. Oh, my what a peaceful time that was, even with 30 or 40 people milling about. All of us were delighted to be there, and we met loads of new friends whom we hope to meet again. All live not too far from us, so that should certainly be a possibility.

     But now we're seriously into the Christmas season.  My first priority is finally to get done with a project that I started back at the end of the summer that I hope to give to our 16-year old grandson for Christmas. I have been concentrating so much on that this whole week, that I've totally spaced on anything else. But rather than just telling you what I've been doing, I thought I'd share a sample of the Digital Project Life Scrapbook pages that I've been making.


     I'm sharing this particular page because this layout design is part of the Project Life by Stampin' Up! set of products. Yes, not only can you buy Project Life products through the Stampin' Up! catalog, you can buy Stampin' Up! products through the Project Life website! That's where I found this template, called Stampin' Up! 5a. Of course there are dozens of other layouts available digitally, and I have been using them throughout my project.

     The scrapbook that I'll be making will be documenting Quin's summer vacation with us for the past 3 years. At the time these photos were taken, Quin was just a few weeks shy of his 14th birthday, and it was the first time he'd come to visit us by himself. So he was definitely doing some exploring – witness the little affair with the gecko! But he also came just after we had been hit by a terrible tropical storm, and we had no electricity for the first week he was with us. So no television or much in the way of electronics, and certainly no light to do Sudoku puzzles after dark. The only candle we had in a convenient place was on our table on the lanai (porch) in front of the house. I'm sure you can tell he "loved" that!

     Even though we had cell phones, first of all the cell towers near us were out of commission, and second we had no place to charge them at home. So another "fun" activity was to go to the local community pool which had electricity and use their electrical outlets. They were kind enough to have as many power strips hooked up to their outlets as they could. All we had to bring was a chair to sit and visit with everyone else up there charging their phones and other electronics.

     So now you get an idea of what a scrapbook can do when it comes to reminiscing about life in the past – good or not so good. So this will be a great Christmas gift for Quin – he's loved every scrapbook I've given him so far, and I'm sure this will be no exception!

     I'm taking a break from this project to get a few Christmas Cards done for posting here over the next few days. If I'm really good at that, I'll get enough done to keep me going with the scrapbook until it's done and sent off to the printer!

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Posted on : Dec 03 2016
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