Sunday, 26 September 2010

Another scrapbook page!

Continued apologies for the lack of blog posts. There’s just sooooo much to do at the moment! The transition to the new catalogue is a big one this year because of the colour renovation, so I’ve been sorting, sorting, sorting, because I’m getting rid of almost all of my retiring stamps, cardstock, ink pads and accessories.

I also have two events to plan Make and Takes/demos for – my hostess appreciation event on 2nd October and my catalogue launch on the 9th. I have, at least, managed to make some samples at last – a grand total of 10. Not very impressive, huh? But it’s a start... and I will start posting them on this blog on the 1st October.

Meanwhile, here’s another scrapbook page from my Sunny Day scrapbooking class.

I planned this one to have the pictures on straight but somehow they ended up at a jaunty angle – that’s the way with crafting, it rarely turns out exactly as you plan! It’s called “Crikey” because it’s about a little girl who woke up on her third birthday and announced: “Crikey! I’m three!”

All consumables come from the Sunny Day scrapbooking kit apart from the 6”x4” Basic Black mats and the white cardstock used to stamp the title – the letters are punched out using the 1 ¾” circle punch. I think.

Stamps: Big Deal alphabet (retiring)
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Pink Passion (retiring)
Accessories: Sunny Day Simply Scrappin’® kit (retiring), Stampin’ Write journaling pen

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

1 comment:

  1. yes it is busy busy busy - but hope your launch goes well best wishes Lesley


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