Thursday, 30 July 2009
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
Also managed some lunch out and an ice-cream, and it didn't rain until we were back at the car...result! We noticed a sale of 25% off 'animal' clothing in one of the shops there and managed to come out with 4 pairs of shorts and 2 t-shirts for the kids, so all in all a pretty good day.
Monday, 27 July 2009
Just a couple of photo's from our day at the beach on Saturday. Dan had fun surfing with his mate and Beth had a great time on her body board...with a bit of help from daddy! She is getting better at doing it on her own now though. Me? Well I sat a read my Brits guide to Orlando...planning for October already!
Thursday, 23 July 2009
This layout is my take on the challenge over at Mix it up. Using mainly white to do a monochromatic layout. I'm delighted with the result and will more almost all white layouts in the future.
Here's my version.....
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
It's me and my gorgeous lil' nephew. He is NEVER still, so to get this photo of him being still was so great...it was on the tree top walk at Kew gardens last summer.
I'm really enjoying stitching on layouts at the moment, and find the bazzill stitching templates a really great guide.
This next LO is also from photo's taken on the same day......
Saturday, 18 July 2009
Monday, 13 July 2009
It's a great way to use up tiny scraps!
I've had a pretty tiring day, but still managed a bit of scrapping, so I'm a happy bunny!
Dan started his 'challenge week' at school and is learning to scuba dive...he enjoyed his first day today, and is looking forwards to the rest of the course.
That's it for now! Bye x
Sunday, 12 July 2009
I've used a bit more of my scrapagogo kit....I was really pleased when it arrived because I knew I had some great photos to match in with the colour scheme.
I'm looking forward to the next kit already.
Saturday, 11 July 2009
Tuesday, 7 July 2009
The inspiration came from here...http://craftybeast.blogspot.com/2009/05/honeymoon-travel-journal.html ...so many thanks!
I had loads of bits n pieces that were left over from other projects, so the only thing I bought especially for this book were the book rings!
Most of the paper used was from the K&Co 'wild saffron' range that I had lying around.
I intend to make notes as we go through the holiday and maybe add a few small photo's when we get back. It's mainly to remind me of 'what, where and when' though for when I start doing my holiday layouts.