I was glad to use up this butterfly patterned paper which had been in the scrap drawer forever. It's pretty, but I gave myself permission to discard the rest of it.
I really liked adding the butterfly detail to the inside of the card.
This was probably scrapbooked more for me than anyone else -- it's kind of fun to remember how different things were when I was kid. In the days of film, it really wouldn't have occurred to anyone to take a picture of the family's telephone and get it developed for posterity. I had to locate a photo online that had a Creative Commons license. The phone dial stamp is from Unity and the phone stamp is from Claudine Hellmuth.
As soon as I saw this Amy Tangerine paper I knew I wanted to use it for a quotes page. I used to scribble down the cute things my wee girl said and it's so fulfilling to me to record them in such a fun way. My daughter enjoyed reading this page and giggling over the things that she said.
Thanks for looking -- hope you're having a relaxing, crafty weekend.