our little punkins

If you have kids that are close in age, like we do, this is bound to happen.

Exhibit A: Punkin #1

Exhibit B: Punkin #2

If I could take those pumpkin stickers off, I would. Maybe I need to trim the layout and add to a larger piece of cardstock behind. Hmmm, sounds like an idea!

Same costume, different cuties. And, yes, that's one item in a bin under Isabella's bed waiting for the arrival of grandkids so I can snuggle yet another Punkin' cutie. Don't laugh, with 20-year old Zach, that possibility might actually occur sometime in the next 5-10 years. 

Don't you love that Nana dressed up as the Fairy Godmother to hand out sweets to her little treats?


  1. LOVE the minimalist design of the first page- that is SO eye catching and the journaling on the last is AWESOME! I keep forgetting to go check out W.C.S- promise to go there right now. Sorry I haven't visited in a while- I'm trying to firgure out how to hit up more of my fave blogs- I really love your work. :)

  2. Awwww, such sweet little punkins! I'm looking forward to what my niece dresses my great-niece, Penny, in for her first Halloween. I have a scrapbook page all ready for photos! LOL! Have even called my niece and warned her that she'd better take lots of photos! We were at the pumpkin patch just last night, and there was a little one there in her punkin costume, helping pick out the perfect one to carve. They are so dang cute when they're little! :)

  3. Have you tried using Un-Du? You just squirt it on the stickers and peel them right off.

  4. I had forgotten all about Un-Du until just now...thanks!


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