A Scrappy Perpetual Type Calendar
Background is tulle and wrapping paper. (Hint, plan in advance and staple up your Spring bulletin board papers first then layer with winter, fall, etc. Makes life easier to just tear off a layer!)
A 12 pocket folder works great for storing each month, plus embellishments.
What do you think?
For teachers in my town or over the internet you can get the supplies at Life's Journey Scrapbooking. Her March page kit design on her website is actual my page that I designed. Sorry for the plug, but I love Shannon and her family at Life's Journey. Her daughter babysits my little man, and much to my hubby's chagrin L's first 3-syllable word was " Ackooking! Ackooking!" as we drove past the scrapbooking store!
Thought I'd end tonight with some amazing pictures I took last weekend during a trip to Estes Park, Colorado. Several of these bull elk were less than 20 feet away from us. For those who have never been to Estes, they have a MASSIVE herd of elk that wander the town and cause mischief. Several years ago we watched the elk playing in the golf course sprinklers as golfers just golfed around them.
This beautiful guy just hung out and posed for my camera. He was a great model and truly was as close as this picture seems! (Well, within 20 feet!)
Velvet is hanging off!
Fuzzy shot, but what a neat picture; this guy had just lost 1 antler.
Rattling the racks as the antlers become sheds.
The guy on the right spotted me right after this picture. He puffed out his chest, widened his legs, dropped his head, and stared. I decided then and there that I was about to become a local who acted like one of those idiot tourists that make national news for trying to feed a bear or raise a panther as a child. Needless to say, I was done snapping pictures.
Well, took a few more...Great view as we were leaving!