Saturday, October 04, 2008

Baby Announcement

Kudos to Tia for the amazing photo! And, you know I have skills...just look at the photoshop work. Okay, so really I just know how to use 3 buttons in photoshop. But I saved serious coinage by creating it myself and printing them at Costco...go me, go Costco.

7 comments:

Jen I 6:25 PM  

LOVE it. LOVE it. The last baby announcement was when I decided I needed my own photoshop skills. It's on my wishlist now. Great job!

Adrienne Urvina 10:43 PM  

So Cute. And you can't help that adorable little face. Way to go!

The Mendes Family 9:18 AM  

Rochelle, he is adorable! I love your announcement, I wish I had photo shop too! Do you scrapbook online too? Great job!

Andee (+ Kelly) 6:44 AM  

The announcement is adorable!! Thank you so much for sending Kelly and I one and keeping us updated with your new baby boy!

Jeremy and Karen 7:23 PM  

cute cute cute... and he looks just like a pettingill :o)
love you!!!

The Tippetts 1:37 PM  

You did a great job on the announcement! When I saw it I wondered where you got it done. And Rylan is so sweet. He does look like a Pettengill!

Onjali and Todd 1:16 PM  

the announcement is so cute! I am very impressed. I hope everything went well with the baby blessing. Todd and I sat around Sunday wishing we were in there.

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