I love tee ball. It's part baseball, part dramatics and lots of fun. Our four-year-old granddaughter, Anna, played tee ball for the first time this summer in the 4 to 6 year old league. Her team were the "Rockhounds", which was highly appropriate given that her paternal great-grandfather, whom she adores, is a geologist. Anna probably was more interested in socializing than in fielding, but she did her best to get the ball. My oldest granddaughter, Kaycee (14) and I attended a game in mid-June and took photos. I used several of my own photos and a couple of Kaycee's for this layout:
The design is a Nuts About Sketches double page sketch. The papers, alphas and other stickers are from the "Year.O.Graphy" paper collection by Simple Stories. Since the papers were so busy, I added very minimal embellishments.
My older daughter and her family enjoyed a Disney World vacation in June, and I've been "borrowing" some of her beautiful photos to scrap. (Some are those that she and her family took themselves; others are via Disney Passport) This is another Nuts About Sketches layout, featuring some Pink Paislee and Glitz Design papers from a couple years back. The scalloped circle was perfect for the sketch and with those fun photos.
And one more Nuts About Sketches design ..... with more Disney photos:
I used Prima patterned paper, rub ons and a Hambly screen print that had, again, been in my stash for a while. All of the washi tape pieces are from one roll of SMASH tape from K & Co; the roll is made up of sections with various patterns. Love it!