Here's an extra post for today...I was just too excited about it that I couldn't wait until tomorrow to post. =)
A few weeks ago I saw on Teresa Collins blog that she was looking for a design team for the next year. I have been a fan of hers since winter CHA when I had the opportunity to meet her. She is so down to earth and so sweet...just a reallynice person. Her paper lines are beautiful and I have created several projects with her awesome papers in the last year....so I decided why not enter....I have nothing to loose. So I did. The first sent of finalists were to be announced November 15th....long story short....I worked late last night and didn't even turn my computer on when I got home....I think that was probably a good thing...this morning after taking Jason to school I got on the computer and thought I would check out Teresa's blog...I saw that she had announced the finalists....so I started scrolling...they weren't in any order and the list was WAY longer than I had expected....all of a sudden as I am scrolling down I see "Kathy Morgan - California" I stopped and let out this huge SCREAM! Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to be chosen as a finalist...there had to have been hundreds of entries and they chose me....along with 66 other talented women.
So there you have it.......I have been so excited and happy all day.....I don't know when we will hear who actually makes the team but for now I am pretty darn happy to have made it to the finals! Here are a couple of layouts I have done recently with Teresa's beautiful papers.
I love this photo of Jeremy and Holly from their engagement session....I used Teresa Collins Mr. & Mrs. line
I had fun doing a "girlie" layout with her Oh Baby Girl line. Who said you had to do "baby girl" layouts with this line?
If you are still in the process of raising children, be aware. The tiny fingerprints that show up on almost every newly cleaned surface, the toys scattered around the house, the piles and piles of laundry lying around to be tackled, will disappear all too soon. And, you will, to your surprise, miss them profoundly.
President Thomas S. Monson