Our Christmas Card Designs

It's almost "that time of year"...time to get your custom Christmas cards printed and mailed! (Sorry, free template is no longer available.) FINE PRINT: If you like it, Pin it, but please don't copy it. All designs by Jeri Stunkard. All rights reserved.

I {heart} snow days?

It was a snow day yesterday. The first snow day of the school year. I was all excited until 10 a.m. when the fighting started. Fighting. Over. Markers. {sigh.} And, the forecast had everyone scared we were going to get 14" of snow that the school districts cancelled school before even one snowflake hit the... Continue Reading →

How do you use Instagram?

I take pictures with my phone or iPad and post them to Instagram, but I am not sure why...Yikes. Don't hate me. Don't get me wrong. I like technology. I argue with hubby that Instagraming/twittering/blogging/texting will help keep me in touch with young technology. In other words, it will keep me from turning into an... Continue Reading →

December Daily | Two

Day One of the girls' Advent calendar was books. Books wrapped in plain white paper under the tree. Books to add to the collection: Bad Kitty Christmas and Mortimer's Christmas Manger. ****************** To read more about December Daily, head over to Ali Edward's blog. Need Christmas book ideas? Check out Simple as That's list of... Continue Reading →

Every vote counts!

I am not talking the Presidential race here! This will be a much easier choice to make. Last week I entered a little Christmas card design contest over at Becky Higgins' blog. And this morning I was notified that one of my designs made the Top 25! Super sweet! Now I need a favor...head over... Continue Reading →

Me…in this moment

Mother, wife, graphic designer, friend, photographer, chef, nurse, travel coordinator, volunteer, blogger, daughter, stay-at-home mom, scrapbooker, maid, stain remover, Christian, therapist, font lover, ice skater, cookie baker, listener, book lover, explorer, creator, faithful, dog trainer, big sister, craft director, organizing specialist, dishwasher, taxi driver, ruler of the broom, house painter, observer... Favorite part of the... Continue Reading →

First Day of School Layouts

I survived the first week of the kids going back to school! But of course, they didn't get any homework. I suspect next week they will get down to business. Yesterday we went to the Pro Shop and ordered Alex's competitive figure skates and blades. She can hardly wait for them to come in. We... Continue Reading →

project life: 365 days of photos

I finally finished my Project Life: 365 days of photos, 2010! It's taken me 4 months. Originally the book had 38 pages. Well, I had to order 7 books total as Christmas gifts...that almost broke the bank, so, I had to condense the book to 26 pages. It's an 8x8 sized book and I used... Continue Reading →

december daily | day 25

I finally finished my December Daily - 25 days of Advent layouts. This is the final 2 page layout. What can you do with a set of Tinker Toys? Build a Ferris Wheel of course. The thing actually spins too!   Get my "Why believe in God" digital element freebie here.

live joyfully.

So I commend the enjoyment of life, because there is nothing better for a person under the sun than to eat and drink and be glad. Then joy will accompany them in their toil all the days of the life God has given them under the sun. Ecclesiastes 8:14-16 Thoughts on living joyfully: Honor your... Continue Reading →

december daily | day one

{left} Completely the idea of Shimelle.com. {right} Just after I got done saying that Santa isn't the reason for the season...we have him at our house. I am using pieces from an Ali Edwards freebie {love her!}. 25 days of Advent: Day One. I am not sure I can come up with 25 actual days.... Continue Reading →

tell the whole story this season

Before I was a scrapbooker I was a journaler (is that even a word?). To me scrapbooking is more about the story behind the photographs than the photographs themselves. What was going on in that moment that made me pick up the camera? What is the meaning behind the photo? Sure, I have my share... Continue Reading →

another school year

Another school year has started. Alex is a big 3rd grader now and has really taken notice to fashion. Oh, I am so in trouble! Above is the layout I did for her first day of school. Parker started Pre-school too. She was excited but also sad that she would be leaving her favorite teacher,... Continue Reading →

memories of summer

I got the idea of "memories of summer" from Ali Edwards except her version is "stories of summer". Yeah, I scrap-lifted the idea. I love her blog. Her layouts are so sophisticated in design.  Summertime is the quintessential season for being a kid. Carefree days of running around bare foot, playing in the sprinklers, riding a bike,... Continue Reading →

what we did today

woke up. got alex ready for school, dressed, breakfast. got parker out of bed and dressed. took girls to school, my day to carpool. went to office to pick up pay check. bank to deposit pay check. stopped by daycare to pick up book parker left in her cubbie and had to have...right now! sign... Continue Reading →

show and tell

Parker is now 3 but I still remember the days when she stuck a pacifier in her mouth the moment she woke up in the morning. There was always a pacifier with her. I scrapbooked this story, if for nothing else, to remind me to "take joy in the little things". One of my favorite... Continue Reading →

digilayouts and logos

This last few months have been so crazy. I haven't had time to update my blog. Here is a few layouts I have been working on and a logo I designed for Alex's school for the Elementary level. The concept is to promote their slogan for the Elementary kids. I also designed the Middle School version (although... Continue Reading →

no resolutions…one word

New Year's Resolutions are out! One Word is in! Resolutions are too vague. I read this in church today: one-third of us who make a "resolution" for the new year dump it within 2 weeks and 50% of the rest say "forget about it" within 2 months. Besides, you can start a diet any day of the week. Instead,... Continue Reading →

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