Saturday, 24 May 2008

Layout published!


Thrilled to have a second layout published in Scrapbook Inspirations. This one was created earlier this year when my partner completed his 15th marathon with a best ever time, and got below the magic four hours. For his age the average is four and a half hours, so I think he's done really well to get faster.

I used Bam Pop frames, Rouge de Garance paper, a Doodlebug paper frill and rub-on letters by Making Memories.

His next marathon is in Chicago in October, and it's the last one in his bid to run the world's top 10 marathons. Hoorah for that! Still, at least I got a digital SLR camera out of the whole business because he got exasperated with me not managing to take the right photo at the right time. I'm seriously thinking of entering a marathon myself just so he can see how difficult it is to photograph your spouse when thousands of people are charging past!

10 comments:

Cass said...

congratulations on being published again.Gorgeous LO.What an achievement doing all those marathons.Well done.

Cass xxx

EllePiggo said...

Well done Gail - its a fab layout!! :)

Vanessa.

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is absolutely stunning. Brilliantb LO. Love them.

mandijane said...

wow achievements all round....being published and 10 marathons.....fantastic

Dan said...

Congrats Gail!! A great LO, no wonder it was chosen! :o)

Inspiration Alley said...

Congratulations to both you and your partner. I love the LO, it's so bright and cheerful.

chloe said...

wow...all your work is great!
great lo on this one...love the colours on everything!!!!
x

Shirley said...

Brillinat news on your publication.
Love tha fact you got your DSLR so that you could get just the right shots :) You certainly managed to do that for this LO.
A really great achievement to do 10Marathons I found 10K more than enough!!!!

daydreamer said...

congratulations on being published again! & well done to DH on his marathon :)

Lori said...

Congratulations Gail- WTG on getting pubbed again! Great LO, love what you did with the bampop frames!

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