Amy is putting together this baby calendar scrapbook for one of Ben's sisters. Now usually I make a St. Patrick's Day page for March but in Louisiana Mardi Gras is very popular so she had to come up with a Mardi Gras page. Maybe I should change my idea of March because here in Texas you could also have a Rodeo day for March. I just have to keep reminding myself that it is for a baby and should be babyish. Amy and Ben went to the hobby store to pick up some paper for the Mardi Gras page and Amy picks up some pastel paper and Ben tells her those aren't Mardi Gras colors, she trys to argue. He picks up some paper and asks the ladies standing near them which ones are more of the Mardi Gras colors and the ladies agree with him, good job Ben. I think her March page turned out just fine. The little girl has a brother so Amy made a page for him also...I never thought of that! She hand cut all of the pieces and pasted the together, how cute is that page, "Of all the things I have to play, I'd choose my brother any day". Next is her fourth of July page and then her Fathers Day page. "It is every woman's right to be a princess" from The King and I with Yule Brenner, love that movie. The bottom page is made with a specialty paper, it is a crinkles pearlescent paper, I love that paper. She also used it for the sand on the brother page. I think Ben's sister is going to
love this scrapbook. Way To Go Amy!