Friday, June 15, 2012


T.G.I.F! I have a fun pet page share for you this lovely Friday. These tiny little cuties are sugar gliders, marsupials from Australia. They are girls named Cinnamon and Sugar and we've had them for six months. Our pets are such an important part of our family that I make sure to include them in our scrapbooks.

I created this page with the Bella Blvd. Tail Waggers & Cat Naps collection. I love that it's not just for dogs and cats! So many of the papers and accents worked perfectly for our gliders.

The wood grain print background paper is from the Finally Fall line, also from Bella Blvd.

It's really cool when a manufacturer creates their lines to coordinate well with each other so that you can seamlessly mix old and new.

All the new Bella Blvd. accents such as Flags, Designer Tape, High Five Alphabets and Button Market went perfectly with this older collection.

Do you have a couple fur balls running around your house? Maybe a parrot? We have a couple cats and two parrots in addition to Cinnamon and Sugar. A mini zoo! Makes going on vacation interesting! Lots of boarding!

Hope you have a great day!

Kathy :)


Laurel said...

Such a great layout!

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

so cute! I grew up with those in Australia, you reminded me of home Kathy!

cnelson said...

Soooooooo sooooooo CUTE!

Holly Saveur said...

Indeed SUPER their cute little faces...never seen them before..are they difficult to they need a warm climate?
We have two oh so sweet rabbits a male and female..and 3 hen who are super cute too!
They all live in the garden and can run around all day doing things they the evening they go in their shed(rabbits) and the hen in the henhouse.

Diana Waite said...

this is TOTALLY cute!!

Ruth G said...

Your little girls look so sweet! I love your LO!
My daughter got a leopard gecko that she named Snappel last August and you wouldn't believe how cute and sweet and fun a lizard could be. She's very catlike in her habits (crouches down when she hunts her crickets and then pounces on them {catches them in her mouth}, she has spots like a leopard and always does her potty business in the same place, just like a cat does.) Thanks for reminding me that I need to to document our pet!

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