Designed with lots of love by my lovely sister in law.....she spent ages doing this :-)

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

At Last!

After many hours playing last night Ive managed to get my layouts uploaded from the camera...I wont bore you with the details, but needless to say I'll be looking for a new compact sooner than originally planned.

Mind you doesnt help when said camera (through me tripping!) gets thrown several feet onto concrete yes its a bit worse for wear LOL

Anyway, heres a layout I did last month at Moxley Crop. This was a speed scrap, we were given out the instructions verbally so nothing to look at! Of course made for more fun as everyones was different.

This is my Nephew and his little girl.

It looks a bit wonky but its not in real life, though the corners of both my layouts ARE bent :( due to being carted about so much in the last few days!

Mix of papers but mainly, Echo Park - A Walk in the Park I love these papers, Ive used them on quite a few layouts.

This next one was another challenge at the same crop. The challenge was to use red, white, blue and include some bunting, in keeping with the Jubilee.

Again it looks wonky but hey! and I still have to add the date to the page.

I used October Afternoon - Rocket Age Love this for boys. My favourite product from that range is the Miscellany pack...saves having to buy separate embellies AND its fab for mini books too.

I mean look at the goodies you it!

Back tomorrow with more, ttfn x


  1. Lovely pages ... and hey thank goodness it wasn't you who landed on the slabs!!

  2. I love both layouts. I've never heard of verbal prompts for scrapping. Intriguing idea, but if everyone's look as good as yours it's a good system.

  3. Nice pages! I really like the first one and the verbal challenge sounds like a fun concept!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog today!

  4. I love both LO's, what great challenges, the October Afternoon looks fab.
    Thanks for the comments on my Springtime throw, I'm using a variety of merino wool mostly Debbie Bliss Cashmerino but the colours I couldn't in that range I've substituted with King Cole and Wendy. Deb xxx

  5. Hi Jak ... you asked about the stamps I used and I left a comment with a link but not sure you got is ... so here it is again ... the stamp is from Crafty Individuals