Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Last Day of March Madness

It took me a long time to decide what March Madness meant to me.  It is the one month from fall until summer that we are not slammed with sports.  We still have basketball and indoor soccer and track starts at the end of the month, but it's not crazy busy with sports.  So, since I have more time at home during March, I get ready for Spring.  Yes, you guessed it, cleaning.  While I was cleaning my son's room, I decided to take a picture of his diverse task in reading.  Then I decided I should capture his entire space at age eleven and the result is the 2 page spread you see below.

Scrappin' Sports Papers Used:
#1296 Horses from Down on the Farm
#1271 Brother from the Family Line
#1240 Cheerleading Game from the Game Day line
#1237 Baseball Game from the Game Day line
Make sure you stop back on Thrusday as the Design Team takes on the Project 12 February Sketch from Scrapbook & Cards Today.

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