Monday, 8 October 2007

Don't let the sun go down on me



UK Scrappers is celebrating its 5th anniversary with a birthday cyber crop. Scissors and glue have been brandished this weekend all over the land. I completed two of the class layouts myself. Here's one of them, fresh from a party on Saturday night. This is John's mum Marie, who's quite a character.

This was quite a cost effective layout for me (tell John the good news!). It uses scraps of paper, which few of us ever throw away (I keep them in a file labelled "serendipity"), plus I used the free stencil that came with Scrapbook Inspirations a while ago and the journalling circle was a spare from one I made yesterday, cut in half. The chipboard letters were a find from the local pound shop.

Last week there was a magnificent sunset and I rushed out with the camera to take the view from directly opposite our house, and to the side. I scrapped the results in a simple way to show off the sunset. I used new Rhonna Farrer paper, a few orange flowers and, a great invention in my view, self adhesive vellum. Goes through the printer a treat.



Next up: Christmas cards. So much for saying I wouldn't make many this year! I must have already made about 15.

2 comments:

EllePiggo said...

Two great LOs there Gail.:) I have a serendipity drawer..haha and I can't believe you've made 15 christmas cards already!!

Lori said...

No- not the dreaded C$?"@!%& cards! Boy, you're way more organised than me! Cant' even bring myself to get the crimbo papers out the drawer!
Love the scraps LO- really effective look to it.

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