Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Jack the World Traveler

Hello all!

We are in Georgia for the winter this year!
And loving all the warm weather.  Just a few days ago
we had snow flurries, and I was freezing!
What a baby after living in below zero weather for
28 years, you would think it would have been nothing, 
but in the humidity was keeping the temp down
for sure.

A year and a half ago we went to Germany on a wonderful trip
with our youngest daughter and her small family.
Her twin brother was already there serving in the Army there
for a 6 month period of time. His wife flew over also for the
10 days we were traveling through Germany.

Our youngest grandbaby Jack.came on his first long trip with us,
across the ocean.  He was an amazing traveler, and we
loved having him along.

So I needed to do a page about Jack becoming a world
traveler at 5 months old!

I took this picture of Jack while we were waiting at the bottom of the hill
at Neuschwanstein Castle.   He was wearing the cutest ball cap ever!
He was off schedule, hauled around for 10 days with 4 adults
and out for dinner every night.  What a great little traveler he
was, and such a wonderful personality!

Love this little guy!

These are the Robin's Nest papers I used in this layout.

Boy Star Glitter Cardstock  Reindeer Stripe Glitter Cardstock  Belgian Chocolate Glitter Cardstock

Each of these papers work very well together, even though they are from different
collections.  I also used  Gypsy die cuts.

Have a great day!



Colleen said...

What a fun page and such a cutie.

The Robins Nest OCrowley said...

Cute jack!

Shelly K. Hein-Simmons said...

I LOVE those papers together -- and that is one cute kid!

Michelle Wells said...

Jack is adorable. The layout is abesolutely beautiful

Tracy F. said...

Beautiful pages! Jack is so cute!

Scrappin Sue said...

He's very cute
I have a jack too

Angela Tombari said...


Karen Sessions said...

Love the idea...great tag layout!

Charity said...

Awwwww, what a sweet little face!

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