this is just simple me sharing bits and pieces of my life,.. am nothing extraordinary though, I just know when I do make friends, my friendships are keepers and aside from my children, my friends are the gems of my life... I am not an artist but I am given the chance to express my creativity through my scrapbooking... if for a moment people express appreciation for my work, I would suddenly feel 7ft tall !
Since my trip to Manila is fast approaching, I am bringing in great adhesives/glue from Australia.
12mm double sided tape at P 180 each. Buy 5 pcs, each tape will be P170 each.
6mm double sided tape at P 90.00 each. Buy 5pcs, each tape wil be 80 pesos each
Helmar glue 125 ml
Helmar Acid Free glue has been specifically designed for memory albums, book binding, mounting photographs, preserving old or precious books, documents, scrap books, most craft projects, etc. Featuring excellent adhesion to dense papers, high flexibility, long term life of the bond. Sets clear, dries quickly and will not yellow with age. Non-wrinkling ! ACID-FREE ! Neutral pH level.
P180 each for 125ml bottle
buy 5 and each bottle will only be P 170 each
Kindly advise via email: email@example.com for your orders, so I can purchase them off hand the local store.
I am able to get 12x12 albums at P 800 each, however you need to let me know how many you need to so I can get them. They are heavy so I need to only bring for those who order.
I am always a good listener but its amazing how my little 3 year old boy teaches me to listen intently,...
My son has been at it with his alphabet train puzzle. And one day the letter A had gone missing (he felt lost starting the puzzle without it). We looked for it everywhere -- and it was nowhere to be found. He would still anyway complete it no fail when he remembered it and gestures for me to bring it down and open the box.
I had it in my head --- thinking where it could be..... when I remembered a paper bag he was fussing over, whinging about because he couldn't yank it out of the corner (where mom place it for storage). I dismissed his pleas thinking he just wanted to make mess (take things out and just spread it around the living room). He protested and cried a little when he saw me bring it to the next room, and under my breath, I said that its his brothers not his.
Lo and behold when I did remember about that incident and Patrick and I looked in the bag -- the elusive letter A was there. I called him to the bedroom and he flashed this great big smile when he saw it! I knew he was so excited to finally find it too!
It was a lesson that Mommy Jo learned today. For Jorel, communication isn't with words at this stage -- its is sounds, gestures and actions. SO today I am humbled by this little being, to listen intently, listen with my heart and to try and read what he is communicating to me.
Jorel, I know you are trying --- so I am so sorry Mom failed to listen.....