This is my son getting his very first hair cut. How time flies! The four photos showcase his journey through his first cut. He was a brave little man & shed no tears--he just went along with the flow. :-) So the first photo was how he came in, the next two photos were taken as his hair was being cut & the last picture was the end result. We took forever in making the decision to cut his hair. You can't tell in the first photo because he was wearing a hat that day & his hair had flattened out but he had these lovely long curly locks of hair. Many people told us that once we cut his hair he'd lose all his curls. Everybody except for my mom that is...she insisted that I didn't lose my curls as a baby when she cut my hair and that my son inherited my hair so why would he lose his curls? Well, I'm glad to say that my mom won! LOL! My son did not lose his curls...now that his hair is shorter it's wavy & as it grows again we can tell that those curls will be making a comeback.
Page Drafts for a quick mojo jump start on the design of my page. I knew I wanted to use at least four photos & that I wanted to store a lock of my son's hair somewhere on this page. Well this sketch fit the bill for the vision in my head. It worked out perfectly!
Supplies: Paper - 7 Dots Studio, Chipboard - Um Wow Studio, Stencil - Um Wow Studio, Flair - Um Wow Studio, Embellishments - 7 Dots Studio, Dark Room Door, Hambly Screen Prints, Mists - Heidi Swapp, Ranger, Other - Handmade Flowers, Mulberry Paper Flowers, Organza Ribbon Flowers, Mini Flocked Teddy Bear, Seed Beads, Molding Paste
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Take care & enjoy the rest of the week!