This layout was created for Kraft-It-Up's January challenge. I had to use Kraft as a base (that's not hard!!) and include something about Summer (as well as the word Summer in the title). I struggled at first until i went searching for old photos. I love this one of Aidan (aged 5) when we were camping at Fraser National Park (in Jan 1992).
Such a cool dude.
This layout was made for Stuck!?Sketches Jan 15. The layout is of my sister-in-law Lindy and her 2 children, Megan and Adrian, who came to visit for Christmas. I can't believe how grown up my neice and nephew now are.
This is the first time I've submitted to ScrapJack. I was just browsing through the site when I came upon Mandy Dodd's layout and had a number of photos of Cooper that fitted this layout perfectly. So thanks Mandy for the inspiration, and I'm ScrapJacking your layout... here it is....
This layout is created for Stuck!?Sketches Jan 1. The photos are of my gorgeous great nephew Cooper, now 15 months old. A happy and cheeky chappy, Cooper is now mobile and more than happy to pose for the camera.
Daren and I had the pleasure (and pain) of a return bushwalk to Mt. Feathertop in January. Magnificient weather, magnificient sunrise/ sunset and magnificiant views (lets not forget magnificiently sore legs and feet).
This photo was taken from the summit of Mt. Feathertop just after sunrise. The layout has been created as Challenge 7 on Red Earth Scrapping's Scrappy New Year competition. The bonus items were flowers that are meant to represent the floral ground cover in amongst the tracks that we walked.
And this is my layout for the 5th Challenge on Red Earth Scrapping - a Scrappy New Year. In this challenge you had to nominate your 'ingredients' (back in Challenge 2) and use only these ingredients.
This layout is of my wonderful friend Narelle, with whom I share a love of scapping, and a love of life. (Thanks Narelle!)
This is my layout for this months Screen-to-Scrap challenge taking inspiration from the movie poster 9-to-5. I must add that I have not stopped singing that song all day.
The additional criteria included: a red title, a clock and a photo from the 1980's.
This is my layout for January's competition on ARTastic. The inspiration has to come from Renoir's "luncheon of the boating party", and the additional requirements are (1) a celebration, (2) 3 or more people and (3) food.
Here is my first layout for 2011.
It's for Red Earth Scrapping - A Scrappy New Year competition. The layout required a Christmas photo, some meaningful journalling and some die cut/ shaped PP's. It was also supposed to contain a 'bonus' item, but I have no idea what that was meant to be (so I guess I don't get the bonus point)