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TGF Heart Journal--week 15

Hi!  Wow, it's week 15 of TGF's Heart Journaling!  This is the closest I've come to missing the deadline.  I don't know how the days go by so quickly but because school was done earlier and I got sick over the weekend and my daughter is sick too now, I didn't have much time to craft.  Plus it was Halloween too!  I actually had to think what I wanted to create while driving my kids around to school and other activities.  Finally, I had a few minutes to sit down and finish the page.  Good thing the theme for this week is to use a little or a lot of sticky.  So I thought of using stickers and it was quick to stick them onto the page instead of using glue.

Sorry, photo may look kind of dark.  Anyway, this is my tribute to Sanrio and Morning Glory's Blue Bear.  I used my daughter's stash of cute stickers.  The border is My Melody washi tape which I have in 2 other colors as well and cost a small fortune but it's so cute!  My nihongo is a bit rusty so hopefully kawaii is spelled correctly in hiragana.  I found these cute hiragana stamps and thought I could use those to spell arigatoo or something for my kids' Japanese language teachers.  I did end up asking my daughter to double check my hiragana.  She's been taking Japanese since kindergarten now and has learned all of the hiragana chart and working her way through katakana now. 

Thanks for reading and hopefully I'll be able to post more regularly once Lego Robotics is done.  Just another week or so left!

Comments

Cheryl said…
Wow has it already been another week?! Cute layout! I can't believe your daughter let you use her stickers! Cute Japanese stamps and washi tape!
Love it Eva~
And you even used the twine on the outside of the heart - clever.....great layout....
SuiLan said…
This is so great... don't you just love Kawaii?
RiNNE said…
So cuuuuttte!! I love anything Sanrio and that My melody washi tape is just fabulous!!! Do you know where I can buy it online?

Hope you feel better (& your daughter too)! I haven't been able to post regularly either :(.

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