Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Try It Tuesday~summer happenings !!!

Our flowers are so off this year. They are blooming at the wrong time.  These are Easter Lilies {several different kind} and they are in full bloom as I write this blog post.  Kinda of crazy but I love the flowers, makes for a beautiful yard!!!  I thought this would be a cool thing to document and make a great ~
You know,  documenting something you normally wouldn't think to scrapbook.  Just an idea.  So this is my Summer 2013 in full bloom.  May be several years before this happens again, who knows!!!
I used some bits and pieces of Farm House, kraft cardstock and some JBS embellishments.


We have these guys roaming, should be in the pin but.................long story, but a funny one:):):)
When were making our way back to Texas from Indiana we junked all the way home.  We found this 
egg scale.  Our gals aren't laying eggs yet, but when they do, we can grade the eggs.    I'm hoping for some extra large eggs:):)

Just another cool junkin' find~
I will post the winner on the 4 mini stamps by Avocado Arts tonight sometime, so you can still leave a comment to get your name in the mix:):) HERE.
Also you still can link your junkin finds up too. I would love to see:)
gone junkin' Friday is still open~

see ya soon~


  1. Wowwwwwww! Your lo is gorgeous! LOVING the colors, the photos and that sun!!!!

  2. LOVE all hte photos on the page connie! awesome

  3. Love that page!! And the weather is completely weird. Our poinsettia blooms from november thru june. Hmmm.....

  4. Super page, Connie! Lucky you to be enjoying these blooms. My lilies get eaten by the deer. LOL!

  5. I like what you did with that Farmhouse sun and your flowers!

  6. Your flowers look lovely! Strange the timing of the blooms.

    Fantastic layout!!

  7. Especially love the sun die cut.


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