Two Double Layouts - "Country Girl" and "Good Times"
Birthday celebrations are the best!! My sons share the same birth date in August, so we almost always find a way to celebrate the day as a family.
This year, we made the short trip to Muncie to celebrate on Jacob's turf at Ball State. Cammack Station is one of the local hamburger joints with a vintage vibe and yummy food. There were a bunch of tractors on display across the street, so we took our turn posing on them and letting Scarlet turn the steering wheel.
We got some great shots, even though she wasn't especially smiley that night. She's so adorable with or without the smile. The patterned paper and chipboard embellishments are Echo Park's "This & That". The banner is cut with Art Philosophy and SU's bitty bracket punch.
These pictures bring back so many memories from the boys' birthday last year. It's always a hoot with this family!
These pictures were taken inside the restaurant. The patterned paper from SU fit the vibrant vintage theme of the restaurant perfectly. The title is cut with Cricut's "Paislee" with an orange block out shadow.
The Studio Calico wood grain circle banner just happened to be lurking in my stash. I love it when that happens. I cut the bracket map with Art Philosophy and sliced it in half to use on each side of the collage of photos. The Chevrons were punched out and faux stitched with a fine marker.
I hope your week is blessed and filled with fun family times.