Good evening everyone! I hope you're enjoying a restful Sunday with family and friends. Tonight I invite you to take a stroll down our team's blog hop and see some pretty great projects.
This month we've focused on Gratitude and everything that means to us. If you're following along the hop already, you've just come from Melinda's Blog. Let me guess, something with lots of bling??
I love her love of all things blingy!!
Well let me show you my project. First of all, I am grateful for many things...especially a very patient and helpful husband who will calmly tell me to try something new when a project kind of blows up in my face. Which it did...several times this week. I still want to go back and get it right but for tonight I'll share my back up project.
When CTMH came out with the My Creations® Collage Cubes a while ago, I wanted to try making a photo puzzle but just never got around to it...until now.
I've used photos of people I am most grateful for in my life. Enjoy!
Of course my boys and my family...
My dad and stepmom...just look how happy they are together!!
Engineer and I on the Eiffel Tower in Vegas...
Me and my siblings a playing card game, something we always end up doing when we're together...
A perfect day at White Sands, NM. The boys love to visit here and play in the sand!
My parents got to travel with Engineer and I when our school band went to Europe...
My mom...still miss her and am so grateful to be her daughter.
This guy...puts up with more than he should and I can't imagine life without him! (sorry if that embarrassed you, sweetie!)
One of my favorite shots of the boys this summer.
I had saved a small puzzle from one of the boys' kids' meals some time hoping to use it as a model to make my own. Luckily, I found this awesome tutorial and didn't have to short a fuse figuring it out myself!
Our Creation Cubes measure 2" so this makes a nice big puzzle to sit on a table for display. I will most likely give it a thin coat of Modge Podge this week...and maybe sand the edges, too. But for now, I'm grateful to have it finished!
Now moving on...head over to Becky's Blog and see what fabulous project she's got prepared for you!