Today I am grateful for the fun family outing we had last summer with all of the boys to the Territory Days in old town Colorado.
Jeremiah decided it would be fun to have the old fashioned pictures taken while we were there. The boys loved getting to hold the guns and be dressed up like cowboys. They all looked so cute too, even little Weston who was just three months old was all decked out like a little stud. They were all so good and we really got some great shots. I have had these pictures hanging around my room where I can see them because I have loved them so much and I was so happy to finally put them into a scrapbook.
This one made me laugh so hard when we first saw it, everyone was in perfect character pointing their guns at daddy, and looking at him too. I used the striped side of the Cowboy paper from The Robin's Nest. I used some brown mailbox letters for my words. I stamped and embossed the scallops, stars, and paisleys with the Wanted stamp set and a copper emboss powder from Stampin; Up!.
Just a little close up of the embossed scallop circles.
Again I used the mailbox letters, and this page shows off my embossed paisleys. I placed these on the page with foam pop ups to give the page just a little more dimension.
We could not have asked for a more perfect picture, everyone is actually looking at the camera, eyes are open and smiles all around!!
I know we all really enjoyed taking these pictures and they whole day just being together.
I love having pictures of the fun memories we have made together as a family and love to be able to scrapbook them and share it with others.