Ahh... alliteration! I love words. I love to write and try to do so each day whether it's journaling or adding to my novel. Today's short story is all about my youngest grandson, Aiden. I don't know if I've mentioned it before, but I watch him during the week while Mom and Dad work and big brother and big sister are in school. He is quite the little man and overflowing with personality! He is two and has turned into a little jabber jaw. Most of the time he and I communicate well but there are those times when he is trying very hard to make himself heard and Grandma just doesn't get it.
His favorite TV show is Thomas and His Friends. It's a really cute program and even I enjoy watching it with him. Here is a link, http://www.thomasandfriends.com/usa/Thomas.mvc/Home, for those who might like to know more about the program.
Today he was talking away, trying to tell me something about his new train engine, Diesel 10, but I just wasn't getting it. Smiling at him I said, "You are a little Dutchman." To which he answered with a frown, "No I not!" So, I asked him if he was a little German. He got the biggest smile on his face and said, "Yes, derman." Needless to said I just couldn't hold back the laughter. He is such a sweet little guy and can definitely melt my butter!
So, now it's on to this neat little bookmark I saw and knew I had to try one of my own. It's very easy and mostly done by folding. I'll be making more of these. Thank you, Jessica!
Stamp Set: Mixed Bunch; Ink: Perfect Plum; Card Stock: 2011-2013 In Color Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack - Blushing Bride, Perfect Plum, Whisper White; Accessories & Tools: Blossom Punch, 1" Circle Punch, VersaMark, Iridescent Ice Stampin' Emboss® Powder, Jewels Basic Rhinestones, Stampin' Dimensionals, Heat Tool
The bookmark doesn't show up well but it at least gives you the idea of how it is to be used. Now I'm off to work on more of the cards I need for Saturday's Class. I'll be sharing those with you soon.
Until we meet again...