As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I am allowed to share my love of stamping, scrapping, and card making with so many people. I have been an avid crafter for many years and take pride in each and every one of my creations. Now I have jumped into the blogging world to share all of my fun with even more people. I manage to do all of this while holding down a full time job as a High School Mathematics Teacher. I even share my creations with my students.
Before I became a demonstrator with Stampin' Up!, I was part of a stampin club with a great group of girls. One of the projects we did each month was a border swap. Each person would create a border that could be used to create a scrapbook page along with a journaling tag. I have let my pile of borders build up and now I have time to catch up with creating the pages using them. When I came across this border in my pile I just had to put the pictures of my son getting a ride on pawpaw's motorcycle at our volunteer fire departments annual poker run.
He absolutely loves riding. So much in fact that, he taught himself to ride his older sisters electric razor scooter. He became so good at it the pawpaw and memaw got him his own scooter for his birthday last month. He still cannot ride a bicycle without training wheels but he goes everywhere on his scooter.
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