Monday, August 30, 2010

Fluffy & bedtime


I hope you had a good weekend!

Fluffy, as you probably know, is our baby.  She sleeps on our bed with us.  I never tire of displays of her intelligence!  She knows what "goodnight" and "time to go to sleep" means - she'll run into the bedroom and wait for us to put her on the bed, usually standing on her hind legs and putting her paws up on the side of it.  Well, these pictures on this scrapbook page just show that, from our point of view.  She gets "mad" if we don't get her up on the bed when she wants to come up.  The poor little thing is too short to climb the bed herself - we have a bed rail, then a thick box spring, then a thick mattress with a pillow-top.  So you can imagine how high it is!

We've tried to get her to run and jump onto the bed, but to no avail.  She actually surprised us one day by getting up there, but she had a lot of motivation, I guess, from us holding her toy hostage on the bed. :)

The journaling reads:  "It's no real surprise that Fluffy sleeps with us on our bed at night.  When we tell her it's time to go to sleep, she'll run into the bedroom after us and wait to be put on the bed.  If we don't do so right away, she'll put her paws up on the side of the bed and even growl to make sure we don't forget her!"

Hope the photo looks ok.  Since I've adjusted my blog design, I'm able to put a larger picture on here.  :)

Thanks for stopping by!

Bedtime scrapbook page supplies:
Ink:  Chocolate Chip Craft Stampin' Pad
Paper:  Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, and Tangerine Tango cardstock, Haiku Designer Series Paper and The Write Stuff Specialty Designer Series Paper (both retired)
Accessories/Tools:  Loads of Letters On Board Chipboard (retired), Chocolate Chip 5/8" Satin Ribbon, Linen Thread, Basic Black Stampin' Write Journaler, Beautiful Wings Embosslits die, Little Leaves Sizzlits die, Birds & Blooms Sizzlits, Metallic Brads, Circle Designer Brads (retired), sewing machine and thread, and Eyelet Border, 1" Circle and 3/4" Circle Punches, Sponge Dauber


  1. Awww! How sweet! Your lo is almost as adorable as Fluffy...but not quite since she's too cute! Great lo. I like what you did with the ribbon and brad and that stitching is really nice.

  2. Wow! That's my kind of scrapbooking. At last... The pictures aren't lost in the papers... Thank you for sharing.

    If you want to see my kind of scrapbooking, go to my blog.


  3. Isn't it amazing how animals can communicate with us? Great page idea!!

  4. Love the layout! Fluffy is so adorable! Great color choice. I'm really liking what you are doing with the stitching.


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