Monday, April 14, 2014

So Proud of My Girls!

This past Saturday both my girls competed at State with their National History Day projects and they both won first place!!  That qualifies them to compete at the National level in Washington D.C. in June.  There was one other girl from our H.S. that got to compete as well and she also won first place in her division.

They could choose to present their research work in one of five ways: as a paper, an exhibit, a performance, a documentary, or a web site.  The theme this year was "Rights and Responsibilites."  Maddy (8th grade) did an exhibit on Helen Keller, (the first deaf blind person to earn a bachelor of Arts degree) adding swinging panels on her exhibit for extra room, and Carly did a 27-page research paper on the "Kennewick Man" which refers to the bones of the man found on the bank of the Columbia River in Washington state that scientists are dating 9,300 years old (before any of the Native American tribes have been dated here in America).  They started researching their topics last November and spent many, MANY hours and days after school and even a few Saturdays as the day drew closer.

There were 3 overall winners of a $500 scholarship which Carly was awarded one of them.  All the girls want to compete in Maryland which will mean lots more fundraising in the next couple of months.  Resee will get her trip paid for by her Tribe, however, with funds being cut, my girls will have to find ways to earn the $ and quick!  Any ideas??  :)

This first pic is of the 3 girls from our town (all 1st place winners!), Miss Oregon (as she has been involved in National History for the past 4 years) and their T.A.G. teacher, Ms. Courtney Lupton

Woot - a picture of Carly with her braces off *Ü*

Come on Maddy, SMILE!  :)

The 3 Madras competitors and Ms. Lupton


Monday, March 10, 2014

It's My First Birthday!!

Well, not actually MY birthday, but that of my store, Imagine That! Digis by Kris *Ü* 

 We're having a Designer's Blog Hop this week with lots of chances of winning free digi sets, PLUS everyone who comments on all the DT's blog and grabs a letter from their blogs and emails the phrase to me at imaginethat.digisbykrisATyahoo.com will be entered to win the whole March Birthday Release including 2 KD-Kits (digi papers, colored digis, word art, Bingo cards, journaling mats, brads etc.)  so be sure to get in on this hop!!



Friday, February 14, 2014

Two Valentine Pop Up Box Cards

Happy Valentine's Day ♥

I just have to say that I have a very creative Design Team & Guest Designers at Imagine That! Digis by Kris *Ü*  Already this week, three of my teammies have created these fantabulous Pop Up Box Cards so I just had to try it myself.  Leave it to me to wait til the very last minute to make a valentine for my daughters!!  I literally finished these up before picking them up from school today. LOL.  

My oldest daughter just loves turtles and frogs, and she suggested I draw this digi, "Turtley Love You" so of course I had to print this and use for her card.  She loved it.


 Even better news!!  This actually folds down flat for mailing! *Ü*
 Here it is closed all up.  

And for my 2nd one, I used my newest digi set, "Puppy Love
for my youngest daughter who loves our now 8 year old dog, Ginger (who I drew this digi after).  *Ü*


 and here it is folded up flat

Come by our Challenge & Inspiration Blog to get your mojo on!! *Ü*  
I wish you lotsa love & happiness today and always