Thursday, October 18, 2012

Hawaii Book - the last of the bunch

Okay, there are three pages left to show you and I'm just going to get them posted now before my laptop decides to start acting up again:

 So after our big day at the Hawaii plantation and touring the North Shore, hubby and I scoped out a restaurant that was within walking distance of the Hilton that we could go have dinner at.  I needed a good walk anyway!  Then we invited everyone up to our room for some games (Farkel is an easy packable game for trips), and then the dreaded packing up to go home...

I used another new pattern from the Make It From Your Heart book (available HERE for $7.95)
Pattern:  MIFYH #12
Papers & My Stickease:  Moon Doggie
Cardstock & Ink:  Cranberry, Desert Sand, Cocoa
Dimensional Elements Framed Fun
My Acrylix:  Triple Play, Surf's Up, Friendship Alpha

And the last page of my album:

I used another post card on this page since it was a good shot of our hotel and surroundings.  Why is it that all the flights from Honolulu to the mainland leave in the evenings, and the hotels want you to check out in the morning?  That was a pain.  At least some of the people in our group didn't mind watching our stuff for awhile so we could go walk around a do something for a bit.  Next time we visit the islands, I think maybe we'll look into renting a place from a private owner instead of staying in a hotel.  I have a friend who did that and it sounds like it is the way to go.  First, we finish those home renovations, then we can start saving our pennies for the next trip!

Supplies used:
Pattern:  Reflections Bottom Border - portrait, alt photo suggestion
Papers:  Moon Doggie
Cardstock & Ink:  Colonial White, Cocoa, Bamboo, Indian Corn Blue
Posh Journaling Spots
Irristibles:  Persnickety, Eclectic
Cricut:  Destinations
Tattered Angels pearl glimmer mist
Natural Twill
Edge Anchors Indian corn blue

I've been working hard on some new projects - mostly Christmas cards and some other home decor items, and I'll get them posted as soon as I am able!

Thanks for your patience with my absence, and thanks for stopping by!

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