Wednesday, May 18, 2011

First Timers

One of my favorite assignments from the Pebbles team is to use products from both Pebbles and their parent company, American Crafts. The two mix well together, both have bright colors and a clean graphic style. So with a huge stack of photos from our very first trip to Hawaii, I knew a mini had to be made!
Seems like it has been a while since I put one of these together, I love making them too.
I have something not smart to say....I was surprised at how hot it was at the beach. you could really feel the sun penetrating your skin....and yes, I live in So Cal.


Emma buried my bff's son....up to his neck. so cute.
Lily and Joshie, catching a break from the sun.
Emma and Ben again, these two often held hands and really enjoyed their week of playing together.
ahhhh.
My bff watched the kids so that we could go to Pearl Harbor sans kiddies.
All the kids slept together and they loved it. And they really did fall asleep, they were exhausted by bedtime!
Lily fishing at the Polynesian Culture Center, the girls loved the dancers there. No fish was caught to my relief.
Can't remember this beach, but they are building a Disney resort nearby and Angie took me over to see where the Pirates of the Caribbean's ship is docked! And it is AWESOME.

Loved the luau at Paradise Cove. Lovely , lovely trip and I can't wait to go back next Spring.

4 comments:

jen said...

what a fab album!!! You have such a great way of using those fun products!!
CONGRATS on being featured at Moxie Fab!!!!!! WOOOHOOO!!!! ;D

sweet craf-tea chick said...

super cute, sam! looks like you had a wonderful time here :)! hope all is well! have a great rest of your week! *hugs* steph :)

sophie said...

oh wow !! this is so beautiful!! I love it!! love the details, stitching, and colors!!fab!

Charlene said...

Samantha...what a great memory album..so many fun details. A great way to remember a special time...I took a tour through some other posts and you are a scrapbooker extraordinaire. I've made exactly one page in my life and it was a traumatic experience. I need lessons!