Hello from the Arctic....I mean Atlanta.
Since we're (mostly) snowed in again today, I thought it might be fun to share a scrapbooking page.
One reason why I am not a skinny mini is because I love food. I am able to keep the pounds at bay with exercise and only weekly indulgence (I try to be good on the weekdays), but in a city with so many fabulous restaurants, it's tough to find a middle ground. I have always been a lover of food, particularly cheese, steak, potatoes, pasta, and bread. You know, everything that's highly caloric. HA! And don't even get me started on Publix buttercream-iced birthday cake. That deliciously sweet concoction is my kryptonite.
As we have been visiting some of our favorite restaurants again recently, I thought it might be fun to document them in my scrapbook pages. So, here's a layout I made recently about a local favorite burger place, Flip Burger. If you are ever in the Atlanta area, you might want to check it out!
Gray cardstock, Circle Paper, butterfly, Yellow alpha: Metropolitan Kit
Gray polka dot calendar paper: KI Memories
Yellow baker's twine: Divine Twine
Magenta letters, turquoise ribbon: American Crafts
Gray pin: Maya Road
Magenta Ink: Color Box (mini-perfect size for accent colors!)
Thanks for all of the comments on the kit organization from yesterday. I loved reading your ideas for storing kits! Also, now I know I am not alone in my strange habit of smelling my scrapbooking supplies. Stay tuned for installment #2 tomorrow.
So, tell me: what are your favorite places to eat out in your area?