Friday, July 10, 2009

At the cottage

This past January my parents became the proud owners of a cottage in Lion's Head, ON. It's a cute little town along the Bruce Peninsula that has its own grocery store, library, hardware store, quilt store and a liquor store. What else does a small little town need?
Here's a layout that I made last night with some photos of our last trip. The Core'dinations popsicle was designed and created by my friend Kimberly Colliss and myself for the LSS that we work at. It was a make and take project for an Ice Cream Crop that was held last Friday night.

Supplies: Core'dinations cardstock (Chocolate Box, Essentials), Doodlebug patterned paper, Scenic Route worn grid, American Crafts letter stickers, May Arts ribbon, Heidi Swapp edge distresser, Sizzix silicone rubber mat (for embossing),Tsukineko Ink, Imaginisce rubon stick, Font: Another Typewriter, other: sewing machine, thread.


  1. Wow, Sarah that ice cream pop is brilliant!!! Love it!! Congrats on the cottage, that is really the one big thing I miss about Ontario life. Great Stuff

  2. This is fabulous Sarah. I love that ice cream with the journaling inside.

  3. That ice cream bar literally looks good enough to eat! WOWIE, how cute.

  4. that pop is the cutest... and i think i've figured out how it was created, you sneaky thing :)

  5. We're heading to my MIL's cottage in August. It's just west of Lion's Head...Stokes Bay.

  6. Hi Sarah

    My parent live on Lake Huron just north of Lion's Head off of Lindsay Rd. 20 on Little Pine Harbour. Love it up there, although it has not been overly warm yet this summer.
    Kim Jones