I just had the most laid back, relaxing weekend EVER! Nothing but gym, crafts, hot showers, plenty of TV watching, a little hot chocolate sipping, and lots of sleep! All because it has suddenly turned into winter here (snow is officially in the mountains! see below!) and it was the perfect weekend to cozy up and stay in.

Anyways! Here are my projects that I did for the October Gallery over at Elle’s Studio. SO. MUCH. FUN. Which is exactly how scrapbooking should be, right?

And now, apparently, it’s winter too!

A quick and easy Halloween card. The more dimension and tags I can get on a project, the happier I am!

I was on a Fall layout kick, apparently! (But seriously, what’s not to love about Fall?)

Elle has SUPER cute Halloween tags that were just begging to be put into mini book form…so I happily obliged! The scalloped stamp is from her new Christmas stamps collection – I love how versatile it is! Have I mentioned how much I love mini books? I’ve already got plans for a Thanksgiving mini AND of course, my December Daily is ready to go! Good times…


Be sure to check out everyone’s amazing projects here! Thanks for stopping by!

2 Responses to “Elle’s Studio – October 2010 Gallery”

  1. sophie

    Hi! I have the same view from my window!! apart form the fact that i am the other side of the ocean! it is freezing here in France and i had about the same schedule too this week end plus running after children and preventing them form hurting themselves!! i love your projects for ELle and especially the mini book: can’t wait ot see your christmas one!!


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