Monday, 25 January 2010
The book is Daisy D's that I covered with Crate Paper. I added loads of stickles, some stickers and plenty of Kraft paper journalling pages for Judith to record her own memory of the event. I hope she hasn't forgotten!
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
First up is H in his costume for French day at school last year. He was very specific (and boy, he is fussy about what he wears! ) that he wanted to be Sans Culotte, obviously in the tricolore. I made the hat, the waist coat and belt. Then I rescused one of his "soon to be recycled" trousers and added patches. I sprayed the journalling block. This is my first go with the spray bottles so I opted for simple and easily replaced journalling block.
Next are some photos from last summer in Florida. The cardstock is a lot more sandy brown colour but for some reason, the photo of the layout has come up very yellow. I started with plain cardstock, added some Hambly rub ons and the title using alphabet stickers. I sprayed some Glimmer Mist before adding some beach type words using clear stamps.
Thursday, 14 January 2010
Ok, the butterfly die cut sheet didn't come out to play. I am saving it for your visit Hilary, if you are reading. I did however blow out on the Sassafras products. I did wonder how many felted monsters I would ever use and I only have a couple left! The Anthem papers are just perfect for a piano layout.
Monday, 11 January 2010
Friday, 8 January 2010
The boys went back to school yesterday. We have had a great long holiday and I was a bit worried about driving condition what with the snow. Fortunately the city is quite clear and the schools have been very good about keeping the roads and path clear. But the happiest thing for me is I have had some opportunity to scrap and I can share these with you.
First up is H, sporting a turquoise cast! He slipped on ice outside the village shop. Poor thing, you might think but he is absolutely find and mobile except when it comes to school work and music practise. It is coming off on Monday and he is delighted he has a few days to show it off at school. I finally get to use some Ikea plasters too.