Where do you want to sit?

Hi! Happy Tuesday! Hoping you are recovering from "Thanksgiving week" and that you have enjoyed a great time with your family! I had a great time too! 

I admit that I am really still trying to return to the normal routine. This weekend we decorated the house inside and outside, shopping for decorations, put up the tree, and loads of laundry from vacations.

We had beach vacations at Culebra, Puerto Rico on the Thanksgiving week. I confess that I almost did not ate turkey, but I ate a lot of "Catch of the day" fish! All of them typical of Culebra's water! Delicious! 

Culebra has one of the most beautiful beaches of the caribbean, if not of the world. We spent our days at Playa Flamenco and Bahia Tamarindo. Wait for a post very soon (next weekend) with lot of photos documenting our thanksgiving week! I still had not downloaded my photos from the camera with the Christmas set-up!. I hope to do it soon!! I promise! 

This is not a traditional way to celebrate thanksgiving, but I am really grateful to spend quality time with my dear husband and kids. Also, really grateful for the beauty of Puerto Rico beaches. Really grateful for all the people that defends our ecological treasures against the big developments. We lose the habit to see the clock!

Now for the scrappy stuff! Today is reveal day at Sketchabilities! Loved this sketch from Karan Gerber, as always, so full of possibilities!

 There is a sponsor giveaway too!
The Technique Junkies newsletter was started in 2002 as a resource for Rubber Stamping Techniques. The prize would be a Fancy Folds and MotionPaper Crafts CD and a one year on-line subscription to the Technique Junkie Newsletter. So cool for everyone looking to learn more stamping techniques!

Here is my take on the sketch!

Where do you want to sit? Please do not comment at my lack of originality to create the title? This sentence is what came up first at my mind!

My two boys at the gardens from Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR). It was a working day on July! I do not remember the exact temperature, but on July we have temperatures above 90F. We went to the museum to escape the heat. It was so cool! This was a really cool idea to spend our leisure days of summer! Since it was a working day, all the museum and gardens were only for us! My kids really enjoyed that day! The sofa is a rock sculpture! So cool this sofa is located under the shadows of bamboo's and tropical trees.

Supplies are from Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934. I used some patterned papers and chipboard stickers. In addition to Kaisercraft red rhinestone, red twine, and MME Lost and Found brads embellishments!

How to win? Create a layout with sketch #36 and link using Mr. Linky, you have until December 12 to complete!



Karen Williams said...

Such a cute LO- I was thinking of having a go at this sketch. Your version is just great. Nothing wrong with that title at all and the paper is cute

Aubree said...

I like the title! Love the way you used these papers!

Heather said...

Wow, a rock chair. How cute. I love that paper!!! The title seems most appropriate for the LO!!!

Stacy said...

Love your take on the sketch, your layout is simply fabulous!

Lynnda Hosni said...

wow its gorgeous YARA...I love it... I want to play along too...xoxo

MARILYN said...

Te quedo bien bonita!! me encantaron esos papeles. Me imagine que estabas de vacaciones porque te eche d menos. Me alegro que la hallas pasado bien y en familia. Ya quiero ver que vas a crear con las fotos. Yo no he puesto ni una bombillita todavia.

Glamotte said...

really nice layout, great papers and love your title!

Bev said...

A really cool LO. I love it.

Elizabeth said...

You really rocked that collection!!!! I love it!


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