Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Another play with digi, using free kit from 2 Peas in a Bucket and some free PS brushes.

Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Yet another two pages for sister's album, recording her dgd's second birthday.

Monday, 27 October 2008

Another two pages for my sisters album, showing the fun her dgc had with the sold sign! In case you are wondering these pics are taken in Sidney!

Thursday, 16 October 2008

Becky's challenge

A lo for a team challenge set by Becky on UKS. Had to use circles, 10 of something, used brads, and ink! Photo is my dsil showing off his cheeky smile!

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

Another quick play with digi scrapping. I have used a free kit from and added some ps brush stitches. I still have so much to learn!

The fourth page about my niece's birthday trip to Uluru, again for my sister's album.

Monday, 13 October 2008

Hurrah! I have finished Shimelle's project Learn Something New Every Day! Here is my covered album, and the inside front and back covers.

I didn't have enough papers from the kit to cover it so found these in my stash, the brown goes with a lot of the inside pages. I have cut out parts of one patterned paper to put on the front.

The brown ribbon bow is from a gift box, donated by dd1.

This lo shows my niece and her dd at Uluru, and is another page for my sister. Sorry, the colours don't seem to have come out so well but it is the same paper as previous lo's.

Sunday, 12 October 2008

Another two pages for my sister, her dgc at Uluru.

Friday, 10 October 2008

This is my lo for October week 1 challenge on UKS. We had to use a photo of someone or something inspirational, to me that is nature. This photo was taken on a canal walk one sunny morning in September, just loved the perfect reflection of the bracken in the water.

Wednesday, 1 October 2008

This is my introductory page for Learn Something New Every Day.

And this is the summary page.

The final page for Shimelle's Learn Something New Every Day, and I felt satisfaction at having completed each day of this project. Ok, I still have to make the covers and do the intro page and the summary, but I will do that soon! I have thoroughly enjoyed doing this project and look forward to next years! This years book will be great to look back on and I will try to continue learning every day!