LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by whoduni » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 00:27:58



The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying
to set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7
y/o was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
canary, LOL.

Carolyne in TX

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by Cath » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 02:52:14


Cute page Carolyne. I love all the coins and tickets.
--
Cathy
Chicagoland
http://www.FoundCollection.com/***

 
 
 

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by cware8 » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 03:32:01


Fun page Carolyne. Very cute pic. I remember those days of overflowing
tickets :D Great job.

Crystal

 
 
 

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Post by Apri » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 08:38:33


Cute LO Carolyne.  I have the CEC kit too and have made a couple of pages.
Our CEC here put the kits on clearance 3 for $1.98, so I got 3.

April


Quote:
> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
> canary, LOL.

> Carolyne in TX

> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

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Post by Shanno » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 23:39:41


Carolyne.  I love your Chuckie LO.  I have lot's of pictures from when we
went to ours.  I didn't know you could get paper from there.  Where the
embellishments pop outs or did you cut them out.  It is adorable.  I love
the tickets wrapped around her.  I will have to do that next time we go.

--
Shannon


Quote:
> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
> canary, LOL.

> Carolyne in TX

> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

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Post by whoduni » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 23:52:44


Quote:

> Carolyne.  I love your Chuckie LO.  I have lot's of pictures from when we
> went to ours.  I didn't know you could get paper from there.  Where the
> embellishments pop outs or did you cut them out.  It is adorable.  I love
> the tickets wrapped around her.  I will have to do that next time we go.

The diecuts I cut out from the kits.
The coins and tickets are real that I 'borrowed' from Maya's stash, LOL. :-)

Thanks, Shannon! :-)

 
 
 

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by whoduni » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 23:52:56


Quote:

> Cute LO Carolyne.  I have the CEC kit too and have made a couple of pages.
> Our CEC here put the kits on clearance 3 for $1.98, so I got 3.

> April

Thanks, April! :-)
Quote:



>> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
>> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
>> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
>> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
>> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

>> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
>> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
>> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
>> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
>> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
>> canary, LOL.

>> Carolyne in TX

>> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

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Post by whoduni » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 23:53:09


Quote:

> Fun page Carolyne. Very cute pic. I remember those days of overflowing
> tickets :D Great job.

> Crystal

Thanks, Crystal! :-)
 
 
 

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Post by whoduni » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 23:53:22


Quote:

> Cute page Carolyne. I love all the coins and tickets.

Thanks, Cathy! :-)
 
 
 

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Post by Shanno » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 00:08:49


I don't think our tickets are colored like  yours.  Maybe I'm wrong.  I will
have to look next time.

--
Shannon


Quote:

>> Carolyne.  I love your Chuckie LO.  I have lot's of pictures from when we
>> went to ours.  I didn't know you could get paper from there.  Where the
>> embellishments pop outs or did you cut them out.  It is adorable.  I love
>> the tickets wrapped around her.  I will have to do that next time we go.

> The diecuts I cut out from the kits.
> The coins and tickets are real that I 'borrowed' from Maya's stash, LOL.
> :-)

> Thanks, Shannon! :-)

 
 
 

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by whoduni » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 00:14:38


Quote:

> I don't think our tickets are colored like  yours.  Maybe I'm wrong.  I will
> have to look next time.

I've noticed over the years that the tickets change all the time. These
were really cute and so I snatched a bunch of them up at the time Maya
won them. If anyone wants a few for CEC LOs, let me know and I'll pop'em
in the mail for ya! :-)

Carolyne in TX

 
 
 

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Post by Deb in A » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 02:52:08


That's so cute!  Maya looks very satisfied with her tickets all around her.
LOL

--
Deb in AR - Desert Rat at heart!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/bsrdjr/
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Quote:
> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
> canary, LOL.

> Carolyne in TX

> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

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Post by Sand » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 20:46:39


Yep! She's hooked now.
I was there for a grandson's birthday in Dec, again in Jan for a
granddaughter and now we're going again this Friday for yet another
granddaughter's birthday.
I know I have some of those kits somewhere..........time to redo the
stash........
Sandy


Quote:
> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
> canary, LOL.

> Carolyne in TX

> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3

 
 
 

LO: Maya at Chuck E. Cheese (age 5)

Post by Sand » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 20:48:36


Have you done any LO's of the twins yet? I just saw photos of Amanda's
little girl and realized that I don't remember seeing photos of the twins
yet. Did I miss them?
Sandy


Quote:
> The first layout I've done in a long time since I have been busy trying to
> set up our twins' nursery! I finished it the other day while my now 7 y/o
> was at CEC for a friend's birthday party. I always
> wag along scrapping stuff while she's out and about there running amock.
> ;-) She has fun, I have fun, it's all win/win, baby!

> Nothing fancy--this is hand crafted, not digital. Got the paper and die
> cuts and embellishments from the same Chuck E. Cheese
> restaurant awhile back. The picture shows the first time Maya actually
> figured out the 'system' of winning tickets, and she cleaned up! :-)
> I love the look on her face, so satisfied, like the cat that ate the
> canary, LOL.

> Carolyne in TX

> http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=313591s&s=3