January's design was inspired by my taking an online class from Junelle at Yes and Amen blog. She taught me how to do funky hats for Christmas tags, so I just carried it over into January. There I go again ... late as usual. HA
February hearts - I really love those dangling hearts as part of the title. And I had one heart left over so, doesn't every girl wear winged hearts on her hat during the month of February? I think so, especially if the bottom part of your dress is made out of scrunched up music paper.
March design came about for two reasons: 1) I had purchased a set of new house stamps that I was dying to use, and 2) Normally, the month of March is still rather chilly around here with short days that make it dark outside when I return home from work. This year - not so much! Who says global warming isn't real?
In April, I was learning to do zetti style ATCs so I gave my April girl some zetti arms and zetti leg tights. She loves 'em, because it helps keep her dry when April showers bring May flowers. This month, I experimented with pan pastels for the first time. That's what I used to color the leaves. Makes 'em go POP!
May flowers, as promised! Now, my life began to get crazy in late April throughout the summer, so this time I pulled out one of Christy Tomlinson's she art girl stamps and simply cut and colored. But I DID make the flowers grow!
By June, summer jump was in full swing (read between the lines, it really says that we go-go really fast, and make unexpected twists and turns as we go-go really fast). Thus, the roller coaster border on the bottom of the pages. I love the banners for the title because they flip-flop in the wind just like my hair does when we ride the motorcycle or take the ugly old red corvette for ice cream.
Here's to the next six months!