Sunday, 29 August 2010

Two More for the Show

I've done 2 more challenges on My Sketch World

I for inky ( the flowers were white and I glimmer misted them)

And F is for Four Pictures

Digi layout with Jessica Sprague template and various  kits from Creativity by Crystal.

Saturday, 28 August 2010

H is for Hot Hot Hot!

Another few for My Sketch World ABC challenge.

H is for Hot Hot Hot using primarily red, orange and yellow.

And D for Dots

And O for Owl another card this time.

Hopefully more to come.

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

On a Roll

Well I didn't get very far with Shimelles cybercrop, I guess I wasn't in a scrapping mood. On the other hand I was in a cardmaking mood. There is an ABC challenge over at My Sketch World. Each day alternates between Scrapping and Cardmaking, so being in a cardmaking mood I've caught up a little and done

A for Adornment

C is For Clouds

E is for Event

G is for Girly Green

and lastly K is for Kiss

Thats all for now folks!

Saturday, 14 August 2010


I am trying to take part in Shimelle's Cybercrop this weekend. How much do is anyone's guess.

One of the challenges was to journal around the page/photo. Here is my digi effort.

Used Songbird Avenue Port au Prince kit and Miss Mints Grunge alpha.

Wednesday, 11 August 2010

A Couple of Cards

A couple of anniversary cards I made this week. First for Dee's first anniversary
The next one I was stumped for a colour scheme until I received a Stampin' Up parcel from Monica which contained a card made by her with a gorgeous colour combo. 

 Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Jake is 2

On Saturday my gorgeous Jake was 2 years old.  He had a wonderful day. At home he got a kitchen for his birthday which he loved.

First on a craft note, this is the card I made him. He loves Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on the Disney Channel and bounces along to the Hot Dog dance. 

We all met in London and went to the Science Museum. They have an under 5's section in the basement which I would recommend highly to anyone with children that age (beware though, buggies are NOT allowed so if you have a baby, take it in a sling.) Jake loved this area and we stayed for a couple of hours.

Later after lunch we took him to Coram's Field, near Russell Square which is amazing. No adults allowed unless accompanied by a child, which they reinforce with a gatekeeper. There are a variety of playgrounds for different age groups. Jakes play area was all sand and water (note for next time take bucket and spade!!!). The climbing areas were safe enough not to have to follow him too closely and all told he had a great time.
Isn't he having a good time?