It's only been two days since the beloved immigrant workers have returned and the household is once again adjusting to its new normal. The kids were beyond giddy to have their grandparents back, but that comes at a price as usual. Nabu "had" to go to swimming lesson with us otherwise Second Child wasn't going to stop crying. Without reading the labels in Chinese, they gave some chocolates containing cashew to First Born who is allergic to tree nuts. Fun times all around!!
Time to take my mind off the chaos all around! Check out the Sew Artsy kit by Front Porch Kits? It is jammed packed full of goodies as usual! Check it out! There are some really unique items in the kit: vintage buttons and trims, vintage patterns for clothes making! What a great mix of products!
I didn't quite realize this until I put both layouts into this post, but it's a tale of two hairdos! The photos in the first layout were taken the day after her hair donation. She really was too cute for words. I used the pattern for clothes and its packaging on this layout.
As a huge fan of rubons, the stitching rubon sheet included in the kit is fabulous and fun to use! I even rubbed on a few pieces onto the title.
Now these photos are older and from last summer. Look at those gorgeous braids! sigh... She was adorable then too! Alas, combing through it every day was no peach. Of course my mother accused me of impatience. She apparently forgot that they kept my hair short when I was growing up to not deal with the hassle of hair!
Before I go, a big announcement from the Color Room: its first ever Design Team call! Come one, come all!!!