Friday, November 8, 2013

Thirty Days of Thankful - Week One








I'm participating in Cathy Zielske's "30 Days of Thankful" during the month of November.  I'll be using the Friday link-up day to post my pages.  

For these pages, I used Cathy's templates (available at Designer Digitals) along with papers and elements from Gobble On and Autumn Days (available at Sweet Shoppe Designs). I'll be using this same group through-out the month.

And finally, my Quote for Friday:

"One cannot reflect in streaming water. Only those
who know internal peace can give it to others."
~ Lao Tzu

*with many thanks to the few notes ending from Deb for the inspiration in formatting this post!

13 comments:

Tammy said...

These are awesome, Cheri!!! So much to be grateful for. :)

Teresa said...

I love your embellishments. I am new to digital and your pages make me want more.

dawn said...

Hello, I enjoyed your thankful pictures and thoughts with them. The first two pictures are stunning, I love seeing nature pictures. What a gorgeous art journal page, those colors are lovely. I do some art journaling too. Nice to see your faith picture too, this is a new one for me this year.
Thanks for sharing and I'm looking forward to your pictures next week.

Pearl Maple said...

great photos, being grateful for what is good in our world is such a powerful feeling, thanks for sharing yours

scrappyjacky said...

You've chosen a wonderful selection of things here,Cheri.

debs14 said...

The colours in your pages are stunning. When I think of Autumn, those are the colours I think of.

Karen said...

What beautiful pages! These will make a wonderful book at the end of the month!

Barbara Eads said...

Not only do I love your pages and what you've chosen to be grateful for, I love how you really think about gratitude. You have a beautiful way of articulating that!

danielle said...

Love your pages! They are so colorful! Your first picture of the maple tree is gorgeous! And I still can't believe we live a mere 5 minutes from each other. I'm in Hilltown!

Sian said...

Beautiful to look at..but with lots of good reading in there too. Is "King of Prussia" the name of a place? I'm intrigued..

Melissa said...

These pages look wonderful & I enjoyed reading your journaling. I especially like how you have little things (the flower) and big things (your job, Jay) included in the things you are grateful for. I have a guest post on a friend's blog today about some lessons I learned about gratitude from trash cans! :>)

Alison said...

So much to be grateful ffor indeed...and I love the way you've chosen to record your thoughts
Alison xx

Katie from Katie's Nesting Spot said...

Gorgeous pages Cheri! You totally did what I talked myself out of and went all out with personalizing your pages!!! I love it and now I am rethinking my simple ones.

I am amazed by the daisy that popped up, how beautiful and unexpected. You take really lovely photos, they were a treat to look at! It's nice that you can work from home but still get to enjoy getting out to the office once in awhile.