It's "Throwback Thursday"!
I know I've already done my Stamping post and a cooking post today. I even threw on a Stampin' Up! recruiting special!
But, God forbid I do "Flashback Friday" tomorrow, because remember? My boys told me that that didn't exist - so I have to do "Throwback Thursday" if I'm going to do it!
So here it is.... An oldie but a goodie!
The picture on the right is my youngest son when he was just five and just starting to play hockey. He's 15 now and yes, I still have this picture in my stamp room!
The picture on the left is my favorite little girl - the daughter of one of my dearest friends. So I guess that makes her about... what... 12 now? Well her toddler picture is still gracing my stamp classroom, so she is forever at that age in my mind! I guess that's why when Denise tells me how old she is now I say, "I can't believe it!" I really can't! I look at her every day and she's three years old! Haha. Love ya, T!
The stand-up picture frame is still a great way to send a picture especially with school pictures and at Christmas time.
Just take an 8.5 x 11" piece of card stock and cut it in half lengthwise (4 1/4") Fold in half. Take another small piece of card stock, let's say 4 1/4 x 3". Fold that in half. Then, fold each half in half but do it opposite ways so you have mountain and valley folds (up-down). Glue each end inside the folded card, and there you have it! It stands up to display and folds flat in order to mail.