I did this layout for the August Use Your Scraps Challenge. Everything except the main paper and the photo are all scraps! Even the embellishments are left over from other layouts!
I actually lifted the idea for this layout from SuperAllyFan's "Quirky? Who Me?" layout, who lifted it from someone else. So the chain continues! Thank you girls! :)
Random Facts about Jack:
When I chew a piece of gum, I have to split it in half and chew a piece on each side of my mouth.
I prefer email and texting to talking on the phone.
I have a fear of toothpicks and I never use them. I actually cringe when I see someone using one.
I don't like my food to touch. If it were practical, I would use the cafeteria trays from grade school for all my meals so that everything has dividers.
My favorite color is “rainbow.” I love all colors.
My lucky number is 8.
I have two tattoos that have deep meaning behind them.
I love watching football more than some guys do.
I think popcorn smells better than it tastes.
I enjoy cats more than dogs because there can only be one high maintenance member in our family and that person is me.
I love flowers but I'd rather receive notes, cards, and/or letters instead.
I've been skinny dipping more than once or twice…
My childhood nicknames were “Squid” and “Tiny Mite” – both given to me by my parents.
I talk out loud to myself throughout the day.
I cannot wear jewelry to bed because my body gets claustrophobic.
Styrofoam makes me nauseous and hearing people touch it makes me gag.
I hoard school supplies – especially pens, pencils, crayons, and markers.
I have never been skiing and I have no desire to.
My toenails are always painted.
I prefer to be barefoot as much as possible because my feet get hot. AND, because my feet get hot, I have to sleep with one foot out of the covers all night. BUT, I cannot let any part of my body hang over the side of my bed while I'm sleeping because the “monster under the bed” might grab me.
I don't like “sides of the bed,” I like to switch it up.
I want to be buried in “ruby slippers” and for my casket to be engraved with, “there's no place like home.”