03 November 2011
28 December 2010
16 December 2010
P.S. I've worked out my "Word" for next year, which has partly to do with telling stories when they happen, not two years later! coming soon...
11 December 2010
I'm adding a number to each photo that represents another day in December:
Digital scrapbook template (Katie Pertiet) cropped to fit a 6x4 photo:
10 December 2010
03 December 2010
02 December 2010
I journalled with my sister's old fountain pen - I finally tracked down some ink refill at Office Works. Each day is marked with a cut-down page about 5cm wide. All the pages are binded with my bind-it-all. At 36 pages it is so thick I had to use rings to hold it together.
30 November 2010
24 November 2010
19 November 2010
15 November 2010
I am suffering from scrappers block at the moment - I feel so overwhelmed with the number of projects on my list that weren't finished - or started in some cases - this year that I don't know how to go forward. So I think I'm going to do the massive cleanup of my desk that is required and go from there. Usually works for me!
05 November 2010
I love using scraps on my layouts wherever poosible. The green grass is cut from Tassie's daycare newsletter.
I used my punch with orange tissue paper for the big flower, and finally got to use my little yo yo flowers made ages ago. I wonder if I can still remember how to make them? Note to self, do this in front of tellie watching Spooks tonight!
02 November 2010
01 November 2010
I used crackle medium on the title. So fun!
Materials - Bazzill cardstock, Grace Taylor papers, manila folder tag, Kaisercraft paint, ribbon, paper doily, Jo Sonya's crackle medium, Versacolor ink, Fiskars punch, Presstik sticker, Five Kids and a Dog chipboard title.
30 October 2010
This is one of those layouts when my first attempt of the LO just wasn't working. The main photo mat was white, which looked awful. So I ended up inking it a bit and adding some embellishments, which isn't my usual style - I like to keep things simple - but I had fun on this one.