Posted by: tawyn | March 30, 2011

Digidare #221

I wasn’t going to enter this weeks Digidare because it’s a bit difficult to scrap “what you love about spring” right at the moment when it’s autumn in our little bit of the world ;). But Little Miss & I went for a puddle-searching wander this morning, and it struck me that what I love about spring is the rain after a dry winter, all the grass greening up after looking dead & brown, the garden bursts into bloom (& the weeds take over).

Credits: Paper – Paislee Press, mask – Fanette Designs, paint – Shoreways, Elements – I Alexeeva, AWP, Bren Boone Designs, Fraisinette, Paula Kesselring, Scrapcop, Angelica E, SJ Towers,  Alphas – Brooklyn & AWP, Font – Pea Double n Jenn.

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Responses

  1. Love your page ! And the pics are so sweet !I love Yellow rain boots
    !Thanks for playing along with this week’s Digi Dare!
    xoxo

  2. Well, it is a good thing for the weeds, otherwise my place would just look brown! 😉 Love the photos, especially the one of your daughter with her pigtales flying up and her bright yellow boots. Love the title work with the crossed off month. Lucky you to have rain instead of snow in March. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Digi Dare!

  3. Awwwe!! Super cute. I love those pictures!!

  4. oh, be glad you’re not here, or you would be wearing your snow boots lol

    such a fun page, happy children puddle-jumpin’ in galoshes!
    what more could’ya ask for?

    such a lovely page, Tawyn!
    thanks for participating in this week’s DigiDare!
    deborah 🙂


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