Sunday, June 14, 2009

2 am - what a wild life!!

I was up until 2am last night, not even partying, but scrapbooking - I have a very sad life now, lol!

I finished two pages using some lovely papers from the Craft Den.

So Grown Up - this is Emma in Scotland a few weeks ago. She looks on a mission to go somewhere and looks so determined. I' m just printing up albums of all the photos we have of Emma during her first few months and I can't believe the changes in such a short time. It still amazes me that I have a little girl and not a baby any longer. Must be getting broody, lol!!

The papers I used are the Bo Bunny Alissa range, with matching card stock letter and flower border stickers, and Bazzill swiss dot pink card, cut with the lovely nestabilties - all from Craft Den. The scalloped paper, butterflies and buttons are from stash.

First Walk - This is Emma's first walk outside, she's about 14 months old (she was very lazy starting to walk, probably takes after her mum!). I love the finger she is sticking in the air and she looks so cute in her beany hat!. The Daisy bucket papers were perfect to bring out the colours of the hat and I cut flowers from coordinating papers, using my retro flower punch. It's hard to see, but I also highlighted some of the dots on the background with glossy accents. All are available from Craft Den, including the Tim Holtz grungeboard letters, acrylic paint and glamour dust. Black cardstock, felt swirl, gems, bobble ribbon and sakura pens from stash.

The layouts were inspired from some of the sketches on 52 Sketches, 52 Weeks blog, which has some great ideas.

Early night tonight I think!!!


  1. these are beautiful memories kathryn make the most of them the years soon pass. suexx

  2. Beautiful LO's Kathryn, like Sue says make the most of them the years pass so quickly!! It seems like yesterday my girls where that age! xx

  3. What great pages..I spotted the Daisy Buckets papers at Craft Den and thought they were great. I love the subjects you have scrapped. Hope you get youe early night!

  4. Two great layouts, beautiful colours. Happy memories, Emma will love looking at them when she gets older, and it's true they grow up so fast.so keep scrapbooking.