Happy Thursday everyone!
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It’s been a few months and Cleetus has had a busy summer! Catch up on his summer vacation as well as a helpful scrapbook tip!
I’m a pretty easy-going guy, until you challenge me to an underwater handstand contest. Then, I don’t freaking mess around.
I get nervous around venomous snakes and people with extremely square jaw-lines.
I’ve spent that last 14 years in fear that the rhythm is gonna get me.
You’ll never have to worry about me telling people to put they hands in da air.
Whenever the grocery store cashier asks, “Find what you needed?” I pull a worn picture of Yanni from my pocket and sigh, “Not everything.”
Before we delve into the celebratory festivities, here’s an actual conversation we had early this morning:
Oh I do love that feeling of fresh and clean when things have gone wild in my craft room so way to go you! And can I add that bust with ribbon on it is adorable beyond belief. Clever idea!
I am celebrating the rest of this summer. It has slipped right through my fingers this year and I am so sad there in only 3 weeks until school starts for my babe.
I am crossing my fingers and toes(not that I can cross my toes but I am going to try hard) on this giveaway! Your stuff is delicious!
Thanks for this chance !
Email your information to Liz and she’ll send me to the post office like Princess Buttercup and I’ll probably say, “As you wish.”
Thirty years ago God was in a very good mood when he sent Collin down to Earth. He knew exactly what the world needed…
Someone who could do a great James Stewart impression, “You want the moon? Say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it.”
Someone who would live in Taiwan for 2 years and change their lives forever.
Someone who could sing the high note for the Oliver play in 5th grade.
Someone who could handle 3… almost 4 dramatic girls.
Someone who takes great pride in his keen police-dodging skills when his plates are expired.
Someone who could do a tantrum black flip to a blind-slide 180 on a wakeboard to swoon Liz Brown into liking him.
Someone who recognizes the importance of teaching our kids the proper way to eat an Oreo.
Someone who could have Cleetus McDuffy as an alter ego.
Someone who would wake up at 6 am with the kiddos so momma can get some more sleep.
Someone who can find the greatest joy in a delectable Shirley’s raspberry roll.
Someone to teach a boy a lesson when he saw him shoplifting a laffy taffy from the grocery store.
Someone who let’s his daughters pile-drive him to the stomach and jump on his head because they think it’s fun.
Someone who’s biggest goal in life is to take care of his family and make sure they’re happy. (Well, that goal is exceeded everyday…!)
Someone to post hilarious Facebook updates about the randomest things to give us a chuckle during our work day.
Just before God was finished… He threw in a dimple in that smile and an espionage-like instinct for good measure.
I remember our first date when I was 15, he gave me a silk rose bud from the dinner table. I put inside my heel and walked funny the whole night so I could keep it.
I remember when we were first married and I couldn’t wait to open my eyes in the morning and see his cute face… things haven’t changed. Well, he has 10 grey hairs. But even better because I knew I’d be with him when we were old and grey.
Man, I love this boy! Happy Birthday!