Sunday, December 28, 2008

Merry Christmas & Happy New Years

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*** Text Reads ***
What a fantastic year this has been! We have seen
our dreams take shape and are happy to share
that we are now living in our new home. Thank you
for your thoughts and prayers throughout our journey.

Monday, December 22, 2008

It's OFFICIAL - Certificate of Occupancy

I can't believe that I actually have such amazing news to share before Christmas - we received our Certificate of Occupancy today. We were dreading our final inspection since all of our other inspections had been "treats." Brian and I have teased eachother for about a month that all we wanted for Christmas was our final inspection to pass and receive our C.o.O. As we grew closer to Christmas we didn't have high hopes...especially when we didn't pass the final electrical inspection the first time around and being hit hard by uncommon snowfall. We asked for prayers that we'd have a laid back inspector and since it was snowing that he'd come out during it. This would help us pass on the erosion control that they might have otherwise desired - often they require seeded/sodded/hayed yards. Since he couldn't even come close to seeing our ground, he didn't say a word. In total he was only here about 5 minutes, asked Brian a couple of questions and asked for a document or two and then SIGNED us off. I was standing in the kitchen and felt overwhelmed with emotions. What a journey this has been and it feels like we hit the finish line (although we know there'll be some work in the spring, such as painting and final landscaping).

I apologize that I haven't been around for awhile. As the Christmas season hit with colds, craft fairs and seriously cold weather, I went into hibernation. Over the next couple of weeks, I hope to get my scraproom in order and get back in the swing of things.

Have a very Merry Christmas!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Dream Home Pictures

Finally, I uploaded a ton of pictures of the house. Here are just a few.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Digital Scrapbooking - Photo Book

To cheer me up after having to decide not to participate in the fair because of the boys being so sick, I decided to create a free photo book at Snapfish (Oprah's special). Of course, you know things are never free, lol. I had to purchase a couple of really cute scrapbooking kits from The Shabby Shoppe to create a one of a kind, uber cute photo book. At the final minute last night I finished the book, phew...and now I can't wait to share the finished project. :)

Couple of notes:
The picture of Blakes feet are on the first page of the book (smaller photo) with the caption, "Enjoy the little things in life...for one day you will look back and realize they were the BIG things."

The back of the book has a smaller picture of his feet with "Create with love by Christine David - 2008" under it.

To view a larger version, click on the slideshow.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Hassle Free Holiday Bazaar

This weekend I was supposed to be a vendor at the Renton Hassle Free Holiday Bazaar. However, since both boys are beyond sick, I had to evaluate my role as a Momma and decide that they need me. Don't you love it with both of your kids are sick at the same time. My mom says she nevers remembers my sisters both being sick at the same time. Or am I the only lucky one that seems to happen to?

Even though I won't be able to be there, please be sure to stop and support the vendors. I'll hopefully get my items up for you to see and maybe even purchase.

Hassle Free Holiday Bazaar
November 21: 11am to 6pm
November 22: 9am to 5pm

Renton Community Center
1715 Maple Valley Highway

Call 425-430-6700

Friday, November 14, 2008

Thank you...

These a few flowers I made for Billie Jo - I had promised her that I would not send her flowers that died. However, I longed to send her flowers, so wooden flowers ensured I kept my promise. I coated them heavily with laquer so they can be placed at Taylor's headstone.

She received these along with all of the cards sent by my super sweet readers. She wanted me to thank all of you for your thoughts and prayers. I'd like to ask that you continue to keep her in your prayers as life moves forward and people seem to forget the pain she has experienced in losing her child.

On another note, I'd like to share that Billie received a wonderful gift from Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (before you head to the website, please grab tissue). This is an amazing organization of giving photographers who come in the final hours (or the only moments a family has with their child) and gives the families the gift of precious memories captured in photos. I am unbelievably thankful that Billie will have these beautiful photos to remember sweet & perfect Taylor. Thank you to the nilmdts photographer!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Another tree bites the dust...

This tree finally had to go. It wasn't a bad looking tree, just sitting in the wrong place. From our driveway it blocked our view to the front door and just seemed out of place. Good 'ol Phil Wills (our excavator extrodinare) took it out with no effort. Turns out we were lucky that we decided to remove it as it was rotten on the inside and it would have just been a matter of time before it came down.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Blake is officially walking (running)

Can you believe I painted my scraproom nearly orange?! Before selecting a color for my most important room (shhh, Brian already teases me that we built the house just for my scraproom), I decided to do some color theory research. I love yellow, however based on color theory it isn't the best color to paint a room. Orange was a great option and is said to evoke feelings of action, warm, happiness, etc. So, here is a little glimpse of what my room looks like.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Delivery of the Sheetrock

There is the misnomer that when you purchase or build a new house, you'll actually have a clean house. Hmmm, not so much. This is how they delivered my sheetrock. Can you guess what my window sills were full of? You may wonder why they didn't go through the door. The funny thing is that I can't remember now, I think it was because it was easier this way.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Update on the House

I have been really quiet lately because of the progress on the house. Things are moving so quickly now that my head is spinning. We are just weeks away from being able to move in. This last week we finish up the last of our painting and I love the colors we have selected. The hard floors are in (hardwood in majority of the house and vinyl in the bathrooms). Cabinets are in and done. Counters are in the bathrooms and utility room. Concrete slabs (patio, walk ways and porches) are done and beautiful. The septic is in and sign off on, we just have to wait for the official paperwork which could take a couple of weeks. They are working on painting the millwork and trim this week. In the next couple of weeks we are looking at some of the finishing touches like the kitchen countertop, finish plumbing, carpet, door handles...all the little details.
We are almost there!

I'll post pictures very soon I promise. The garage is rather cold, so tonight I am going to go crawl under my heating blanket and read a book.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Come a long ways baby!

From time to time, I have someone say that they wish their art could look as good as mine. Of course, I say that all the time about those that I look up to. But everytime I hear a comment like that I try to assure them that I had to learn along the way. I don't think they often believe me, so I am offering up proof. These cards are a few that I found while moving out of the mobile home. I made them at my very first CTMH card class back in 1999.

Now fast forward to just a week or so ago when I finally created a card that I am super proud of. It is all my creation, no looking to someone else for inspiration. My dear customer Amy (whom I adore) was given a gift of her choice of scrap supplies by her momma. So, I had to go all out on this special card for know how it is when you know you art will be appreciated. ;)

Monday, October 27, 2008

{Notebook Workshop on the Go}

Sunday, November 16th @ 4pm
RSVP/Order by Wednesday, November 5th

A Scrapbook Workshop for All Seasons -Intriguing papers and accents make your memories shine! Fun and fascinating layouts make this workshop the place to be! Create six stunning 12" × 12" pages using the My Reflections® Notebook paper packet, featuring antiqued polka dots and graph papers with a “well-worn” appearance, and more. Just add My Stickease™ artwork, My Acrylix® stamp images, and your choice of embellishments, and you’re good to go! Also learn to make stunning cards using these same materials. Join me for this fun workshop!

Have it your way! Simply select which kit option you would like plus any additional items and send me an email at to RSVP.

Distant customers may now participate in workshops as well. Everything you need to create the projects will be shipped right to you! *If you prefer to do your own stamping, be sure to add the required stamp sets and ink pads if you don't already own them. Otherwise, you will receive a sheet of pre-stamped images.

□ Basic Kit $19.79 (plus tax & shipping)
X7102B - Notebook Paper - $12.95
X7102C - Notebook Stickease - $4.95
Embellishment Pack $1.89
Detailed Workshop Guide
□ Better Kit $42.74 (plus tax & shipping)
Everything in the Basic Kit
D1320 - Shining Star Stamp Set - $22.95
□ Best Kit $51.94 (plus tax & shipping)
Everything in the Better Kit
Z1096 - Neutral Embroidery Floss - $3.25
Z1019 - Fresh Shapes Dimensionals - $5.95
□ Distant Kit Add $2.00 (for emb. shipping)

*** You can mix and match, add or subtract items from each kit options ***

Additional Recommend Items
□ 9029 Cherish - $21.95
□ 9030 Imagine - $21.95
□ E1002 My Acrylix Rustic Alphabet - $34.95
□ Z2188 Desert Sand Exclusive Inks™ Pad - $5.25
□ Z697 Sponge - $1.25
□ Z1114 Piercing Tool Set - $5.95

*You will need a basic tool kit of paper trimmer, scissors, adhesive and paper piercer.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Sweet & Simple

Tonight my downline and dear friend Renee stopped by with a need for two card ideas for an upcoming workshop. While my hubby and boys played with Kylie Jo (whom we love and adore), Renee and I created. This card is super simple and I tried really hard to make it more intricate (didn't look right). I finally gave into the simplicity and discovered I love the card. I hope the ladies at Renee's workshop like it too!
Paper: Perfect Day - Ink: Tulip - Stamps: Victorian Snowflake & Treasure Life (Sept Stamp of the Month...if you want this set, I do have extras) - Ribbon: White Daisy Organdy
Update on Billie - She is home from the hospital and laid Taylor to rest this last weekend. I am amazed by her strength and do my best to remain a strong steady friend. Thank you to those of you who have already sent cards of love, it deeply touches my heart and I look forward to sending her a package of cards from caring women. Much love, Christine

Wednesday, October 15, 2008


I know that many wonderful people read my blog and I thank you for doing so. I have a request for a dear friend. Awhile back I posted that my friend was pregnant. Yesterday we received heart breaking news that the baby had passed. My friend, Billie, had to give birth and today Taylor Zane entered the world phyiscally, but her spirit was already in heaven. My friend longed to be a mother and tried for many years to become pregnant. As you can imagine she is devastated (as are all around her). Please say prayers for her that she will find comfort and be surrounded by angels.

My request is simple...if you have a card or would create a card to send her, I'd love to shower her with as much love, caring and compassion as possible. If you are someone I know already and would like to send her a card, please let me know and I'll send you her address. Otherwise, please send your cards directly to me at 20205 235th Ave SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038.

If you have experienced this first hand or have been involved closely, would you share what would have been the most meaningful thing someone did or would have done for you?

Monday, October 13, 2008

Something new from Originals

I have been a bad blogger and have not posted in such a long time. The good news is that I have been taking pictures of things to share, just haven't had the chance to share them quite yet. Here is one project I created to showcase our product at my local DSWA ( meeting the other night. I used a 6 x 6 card layout from our newest book from Jeanette...Originals (lovin' it). This book makes creating cards so much faster and easier and is full of beautiful inspiration.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Working on Craft Fair Items

It's that time of year again. This year I have two craft fairs on top of completing the house. It would be super nice to have all my projects complete before it is time to move back in. As I continue to create, I'll share.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

My Pages Talk Voice Recorder

I'd have to say that the My Pages Talk Voice Recorder is probably my favorite item released in the new Autumn/Winter Idea Book. Immediately, I could see so many great uses for it and a Christmas Ornament is where I chose to start. Each year I try to purchase a new ornament that represents something special throughout the year. With this ornament, I'll be able to not only treasure a photo of Conner, I'll be able to hear is unique words at the age of four forever. The voice recorder contains a flash memory and uses a typical watch battery. So when the battery finally runs down, I can add a new one without fear of losing the precious contents.A link to the most important part of this ornament is the recording it contains.

*Note: there is music playing in the background and I plan to re-record this once Conner agrees (probably a little closer to Christmas). ;)

Monday, September 22, 2008

Here comes Christmas!

{Christmas Card Workshop}
Sunday, October 12th @ 4pm
RSVP/Order by Wednesday, October 1st

Join us for a fun afternoon of creating handmade Christmas cards, snacking on delicious deserts and socializing. Come create all 25 cards (envelopes included) for just $25.

Space is Limited. RSVP by phone (425) 413-4280 or by email:

*You will need a basic tool kit of paper trimmer, scissors and adhesive.
Christmas Card Workshop
Christmas Card Workshop

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Library Fun

Today I get a chance to teach Scrapbooking 101 at my local library. I am very excited for this opportunity. If you are local and would like to find out about upcoming library class, shoot me an email at

Participants of the class today will get to create this layout using Game On paper packet and Shinning Star stamp set. (Please forgive the angle on the pictures, I wanted to snap them quickly before I run out the door.)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

My Creations Memory Box - Extravaganza Artwork

I was looking through my files and found my pictures from Convention Extravaganza (the class that I taught. It is hard to believe that I haven't shared them with my loyal blog readers. My goal was to share them right after my open house, life just got super crazy.

It was such a pleasure to be selected as a Convention (Extravaganza) teacher. My buddy Nona and I were selected to teach the new My Creations Memory Box. Honestly, at first we were a little less than thrilled with the though of teaching about a box. Yet the ideas begin to flow and I fell in love with the boxes. These pictures are just the five display boards (since we only received three boxes to take assembled). When I have a few moments to get pictures of the completed boxes, I'll be sharing those as well.

I hope that you'll like these as much as I did. It is my guess that you will since those at my open house were wowed by them!

There is a bit of a funny story about this box. I was looking forward to giving this box to Conner's upcoming preschool teacher. Well, there are only two teachers he could have and I was sure that it was Miss Karrie. Big oops, I remembered incorrectly. So, I'll be recreating the cover before Christmas

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Recruiting Special - New Consultant Kit $99

This time of year is the best time to start a new adventure in direct sales and make some money to help with Christmas gifts. Take advantage of the upcoming Holiday season and gift buying occasions and start with Close To My Heart now. All new recruits through the end of September will receive Close To My Heart's Just Because card kit AND your choice of either the 9 x 9 Butterfly Album or Seasonal Celebration stamp set. Check out my website for more information and benefits on joining my amazing Close To My Heart Team for just $99.

** OR **
View my website for complete details.

House Pictures (Part 7)

Things are getting closer. Brian and Andrew have a couple of things to tie up and then it is time for inspections. Once those are done, Mike takes back over and we start things such as insulating and sheet rocking. I can't wait to see the walls become actual walls.

Yesterday was a fun day. We have done quite well with our budget. Actually, I should say Mike did an amazing job and by doing the mechanical and Andrew helping out with the electrical, things are looking good. So, since we had to reselect our flooring, tile and counter tops to go with the change in cabinets, we looked at upgrading just a bit. We are still waiting on the numbers to make sure that we haven't totally blown our budget (by miles) out of the water.

The Walnut Pre-Finished Hardwood flooring is going to cover most of our floors (entry, hall, living room and kitchen). Some of the colors don't appear on camera as they do in person. The Corian (which we may look at Granite) is actually like chocolate milk. I love all of it, however the border tile makes me really excited. The leaves are shiny and actually reflect the color of the cabinets perfectly.

Rather simplistic in the bathrooms and utility rooms. Our back splash will have just a row of the 2 x 2 tiles. The color palettes for the entire house go together rather well, cohesive.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

House Pictures (Part 6)

This last weekend they started siding the house. All of our windows are wraped (all four sides), it gives the house so much character. They will be adding Hardiplank shingles above the cut off line here. It will serve as a great accent! Can't wait to see what it looks like.

Brian and Andrew have been working hard getting the Electrical in. I am so excited that Andrew is our Electrician. He and Brian work wonderfully together and they are taking care of me. There are 10 can lights in my scraproom, you'll never have a problem seeing in my house again. Oh, don't worry it won't be too bright either, they are going to be on dimmer switches.

And here are some more pictures of my door. This is sort of what it looks like looking at. There are still some stickers on it and packages of mounting hardware, but you get the idea.Once Brian and Andrew are done with the electrical (and Brian has to finish up the heating) things will begin moving quickly again I think. Oh, by the way if you need some good referrals on Electrician's and Sheet Metal guys, let me know and I'll get you the names of our guys (they have been great)!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Garage Living

It has been 11 weeks since we moved into the garage. Some were worried that we would have a rough go at it. Other than being cold when it chills off and dirty (from all the dust), it has not been too bad. I promised Nona I'd share some pictures and so here they are, minus the bed area. We sleep off to the left of the top picture, sectioned off by a curtain. Our beds are in a U shape and right up against eachother. I think the boys like being so close, worries me a bit about having to move into separate bedrooms. Although, I can't wait to have my own room again...scraproom that is, lol. The above picture is of our kitchen (fridge sits off to the left). The sink is in the back right corner. The washer and dryer are not hooked up, Brian's Mom has been doing our laundry (heaven sent). Funny thing about cooking in the garage, to run any devices (micro/toaster/burner) we have to turn off nearly everything else. I ended up buying a battery back up for my computer, because we blew the breaker so often and it was hurting it.

This is my scrap area. My hubby is so great to me! He actually hung up all my shelves, so that i could stay organized. I also have my paper racks cabinet on the wall behind this area. Surprisingly, I have nearly everything still within reach. I only had to pack a handful of boxes upstairs.

I don't know what I would do without the garage. My mom worked the entire time I was growing up, so I am rather solitary. My family is all in the area and great, but living with them may have sent me over the edge. Building a house is such high stress, being in someone elses space would have been like being in a pressure cooker. Say a few prayers that the house will progress quickly so that we don't have to figure out what to do in the cold weather.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

{Perfect Day Workshop on the Go}

Sunday, September 28 @ 4pm
RSVP/Order by Wednesday, September 17

Fun, funky artwork makes your layouts shine.
If you love “mixing it up” with artwork, this workshop is the place to be! You’ll get hands-on experience creating unique eff ects with combinations of Close To My Heart’s My Acrylix® stamps, My Stickease™ adhesive sheets, our fabulous new rub-on designs, and colorful sheets from the My Refl ections® Perfect Day paper packet. Then simply add your photos to make each layout one-of-a-kind. But don’t stop there, when you’re finished you will find even more exciting project ideas online to use your remaining papers and My Stickease. Join us for this exciting workshop!

Have it your way! Simply select which kit option you would like plus any additional items and send me an email at to RSVP.

Distant customers may now participate in workshops as well.
Everything you need to create the projects will be shipped right to you!

□ Basic Kit $21.77 (plus tax & shipping)
X7100B – Perfect Day Paper - $12.95
X7100C – Perfect Day Stickease - $4.95
Embellishment Pack $3.87
Detailed Perfect Day Workshop Guide - $3.87
□ Better Kit $44.72 (plus tax & shipping)
Everything in the Basic Kit
D1304 – Life’s Creation Stamp Set - $22.95
□ Best Kit $59.17 (plus tax & shipping)
Everything in the Better Kit
Z1100 – Cocoa Grosgrain Ribbon - $6.95
Z1285 – Holiday Buttons - $7.50
□ Distant Kit Add $2.00 (for embellishments shipping)
Additional Recommend Items
□ 9029 Cherish - $21.95
□ 9030 Imagine - $21.95
□ E1009 My Acrylix Building Block - $34.95
□ Z2114 Cocoa Exclusive Inks™ Pad - $5.25
□ Z2164 Sorbet Exclusive Inks™ Pad - $5.25
□ Z2166 Tulip Exclusive Inks™ Pad - $5.25
□ Z2365 Juniper Exclusive Inks™ Marker - $2.95
□ Z1298 Texture Tools Kit - $9.95
*You will need a basic tool kit of paper trimmer, scissors, adhesive and paper piercer.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Operation Smile - My Promise

Thank you all for your donations and purchases, together we raised $100 towards Operation Smile. Over the course of the next year I hope to raise $1200 (already $100 down) towards 5 new smiles. You may join me in changing a child's life simply by purchasing your favorite scrapbooking & stamping supplies through me - 1% of all sales will be donated to Operation Smile! This is the card that each person got to create at the open house!
Thank you Lisa for the inspiration.

Open House was a Blast!

Thank you to those who came and had a great time! Everyone created a beautiful card that I'll post later after I have everything unpacked :) It was a blast to spend a couple hours with such super fun people and I can't wait to offer the next event. If you missed out this time, be sure to come next time which will hopefully be my new scraproom reveal (and I have HUGE plans for that party - think Red Carpet).

Congratulations to all the winners!

Tammy - Magic Moments Stamp Set & My Creations Acrylic Mini Album
Jennifer - Completed Just Because Card Kit & Juniper Marker
Amanda - My Creations Memory Keeper
Sharon - Autumn Leaves
Amy - Sparkles, Ribbon & Charms

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Special Invitation

What: Scrapbooking & Stamping Operation Smile
Fundraising Event & New Catalog Release

Join us for a couple of hours of Close To My Heart fun as we raise money to benefit Operation Smile. Attendees will be treated to great games, prizes, scrapbooking and stamping projects and an overall good time.

*Be among the first to see my artwork boards using all the new products, prepared especially for Convention.

*A large selection of new product will be available for immediate purchase.

*Exclusive Hostess & New Recruit Specials

*One lucky attendee may win Hostess Rewards!

When: Sept. 6th from 11:30am to 1:30pm

Where: Kent Round Table Pizza

Cost: FREE - My Treat
Come with a Friend!

Please RSVP by emailing
or by calling Christine at (425) 413-4280.
Space and Goodies Limited -First RSVP, First Served

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Eeks! I'm 30!

Today is my birthday and I am now 30 years old! Wow, where did the time go! For the last couple of month's I have tried to figure out something "GRAND" to do for my big day. After much consideration, I have decided that I should be happy and satisified by the building of our home. With that decision made, this year has turned out to be one of my best birthdays ever!

My hubby (who I know loves me) often forgets my birthday or simply doesn't do much for it. Well, he surprised me with a very nice Sunday celebration (early, can you believe it). We dropped the kiddos with the Grandparents and had lunch at my favorite restaurant, Zao's Noodle Bar at Kent Station. At lunch he presented me with my very own iPod Nano. SWEEEET! Then we grabbed a slice of my fav chocolate cake and headed home to watch a movie. I convinced my hubby to let me stop and get my hair cut since we were out without the kids. Along with cutting my a couple of inch or two above my shoulders, I had my eyebrows waxed for the first time. Pampering is awesome and something I never do. I left the salon feeling like a new woman. We then stopped by the library and picked up a couple new books (I have finally started reading again). Finally, we made it home and watched Little Miss Sunshine, which was hilarious.

Now today, everyone has remembered my birthday! With the start of school, I was so used to people forgetting (including my family). What a treat my 30th birthday has been!

Scrapbook In A Purse

I have some fun artwork to share with you! Another Consultant shared a nifty idea that we have named "Scrapbook In a Purse (SIAP)." Remember the Scrapbook In a Box, well, this is very similar. I thought it would be great at Christmas time as it could hang on a tree. I think I'll be hosting a workshop on how to create the SIAP, if you are interested email me at I will also be selling these at my upcoming Holiday Craft Fairs.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Cheesy things that happen when Mom is distracted...

While I was busy finishing up my last blog posting, Blake discovered some melted cheese that Conner had not finished. He was enjoying cleaning the bowl. Thank goodness that I had something down over the couch or I'd have one cheesy couch.

*Notice the mark under his left eye. This kid is constantly hurting himself. He is trying to start walking and has no fear. This particular owie happened while playing with his brother. He was trying to get Conner who was hiding on his bed, Blake lost his footing and tip over onto the corner of the bed. Go figure, it was the only area that could hurt him since he was surrounded by the blankets and pillows his big bro put on the floor.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

House Pictures (Part 5)

Things are moving just a little slower right now. The roof is on and has been for a bit, but I didn't have great pictures to share. It seems that I have misplaced my kit lens and so I have had to shoot these with my 50mm. I love my 50mm, but for wider shots in tight space, it just doesn't cut it. So, cross your fingers that I find my other lens.

The choice of roof coloring is awesome. We chose something called architectural which means it has some nice "texture" appearance to it. The color is a warm, neutral that will go great with whatever color we paint the house in the future.
This is a shot of the entrance from the driveway. The door goes in the recessed area behind the column. Again, the large window on the right of the picture is my scraproom.

This shots shows you some of the great detail in the roof with the gables. The windows are the boys rooms. The gable over the window will have what is called knee braces to dress it up. We love the look of craftsman style and Mike Connelly our builder has the same style. He makes our lives so easy. What a blessing it was to find him and his wife (their company)!

This is the side of the house from the driveway. The window towards the back (left of the picture) is our master bathroom, the little window up high is the window over the shower in the kids bathroom and the three 2 x 2 windows are in Conner's bedroom. We are adding a belly band and shingles above the line to add interest to this side of the house.

Since I can't find my other lens, I couldn't get a good full shot of my door. Which actually turned out to be a positive because I love how this picture turned out. After having a standard mobile home door that I hated (no embellishments hear ladies), I am in love with my new door. It actually may be my favorite part of the house!
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