Another layout down my friends! I just finished up working on Chuck and I's 4th Anniversary layout!
Normally I don't like celebrating these types of things that much. We usually do gifts but just cook a nice meal at home! I'm kind of romantically-challenged, but in trying to be cute and lovey I set it up for us to go to the Melting Pot and really celebrate our Anniversary! It helped that my friend Alycia told me they really make it special!.
I am so happy I remembered my camera, even though we got our picture taken by them and put in a frame I still wanted pictures of the super yummy food. Get ready to drool!
Aren't we so cute?
Working on these pages really made me want to go back, but it's kind of expensive so I think only special occasions can jusitfy the expense.
Check out the cute die cut! I used the Sweetheart cartridge for the Cricut and had a great time putting this together! I am just so loving the Cricut and I don't think I scrapbook without it now :-)
The second part of the layout, which really is the best part!! It showcases the amazing dessert we got to eat, and we didn't even finish it! That's right, we were so full from the amazing app and entree that we left about half the dessert there.
Is anyone else like me and loves the look of raw meat. I'm not sure where I inherited this gene but when I walk into a nice butcher area I'm in heaven. Our local Whole Foods has the most amazing butcher section and even though I don't buy meat there I always walk by it just to see the Butcher in his whites and all that beautiful red raw meat. It's weird I know but I can't help. I appreciate what that meat will turn into!!
And the finale! The best dessert at a restaurant EVER!! If you have a Melting Pot you must go, and then of course you must scrapbook it :-)
I'm happy this is scrapbooked cause really it turned out Adorable! Thanks Storytellers :-) and another reason - I don't have to scrapbook it again and drool all over my desk :-) Note to self - keep chocolate on hand at all times :-)