I was so pleased to have a photo of me and my dad but it's taken me ages to scrap it!
This one took a while to get right but got there in the end...it's no the best page ever but my favourite bit is the ribbon border, I love fabricy pages so I may experiment with this again >
This page is super pretty with a lovely piece of BG lemonade paper! I was inspired by one of the challenges during Shimelle's blog party...way off on the deadline but just loved the sketch, and it went well with these lovely photos of my sisters so I gave it a go anyway > I love butterflies. I have always loved butterflies. I think butterflies are beautiful. SO when I was in Tesco and saw that they had a new range of butterfly stationery I was very happy! I bought a butterfly folder from said range and cut it up and used it on this LO...at £1 it was super cheap and cheerful stash! This LO is from our recent family trip to Oxford, I'm not that good at multi-photo layouts so I tried to keep it simple. Yummy swiss dot. And last but definitely not least, a LO of my older little sister! Don't get many photos of her on her own but she's so beautiful she deserves a whole page to herself. This one celebrates her amazingness! Featuring pretty baby thickers >
I'm so excited to have made my 1st minibook! I've been wanting to do one for quite a while but haven't managed to complete one...but having looked at Laura's wedding prep minibook, I felt inspired to try!
I used the photos from the family day out we had at the weekend. Adam took some great photos so choosing which one's to use was a bit tricky! I also had to make all the pages from corrugated card because I didn't have an actual minibook in my stash!
Enough talking about it, here it is...
I was going to give it to my mum as a present but i like it too much! I will part with it though...I'll just have to make another one and that's no bad thing!
Hope you like it too...I'll be back tomorrow with more crafting goodies...created by a 4 year old though so they may look a little different!
Today I made these. I had lovely pearlised but not tacky patterned paper and made a little string of bunting...cute :) They're for my parent's Silver Wedding Anniversary picnic...reminds of this time last year finishing off all our wedding invitations...those were intense crafting times!