Sunday, 1 August 2010

Scrapping Vs Knitting

This is what I must decide between today, I have all my DT work to do with a beautiful kit, but then I am insanely close to finishing projects (still i know), I did finish one yesterday in the car but I have to put a face on my little owl.
But in the mean time I do have some things to share with you, I havent shown you all of the work i did for this months Sarah's Cards Kit so here goes.

One of the easiest pages ever but pretty i think, i got a bit carried away with the cuttlebug on this one, this is a old photo of me and he, that SJ took when we went to see her last year (march 2009) still love them though.
This is me and my dad, my dad works funny shifts so i dont really see him on the rare occasion i do go home, but we spent a couple of days there in June so the i had a chance to take some photos. Me and rob are used to having a camera in our face all the time but i had to show my dad how to pose, he was pretty mortified lol

This is the last one as you know my lovely friend Ol, had her gorgeous baby on the 19th, well i finally got to meet him yesterday and he is just a little gorgeous bundle, wanna see?
Oh man this boy is seriously cute, he has the longest little froggy legs bless him, i cant wait to see him grow and get bigger.

Well i have a million things to do and its already 2pm oh my!
hope scrapping and a cute baby was a nice treat on sunday lol
Rach xxx


JO SOWERBY said...

very nice thanx, beats housework
Jo xxxx

Scraptastic Mel x said...

Wow love, love, love the loved up page. Sometimes the simple ones are the best and it is skill knowing when to stop and not overembellish. The story about your dad is funny! My dad is always pulling silly faces in pics (not on purpose!) and then gets annoyed if we put them on fb or scrap them! Dad's always seem to be taking the pictures rather than being in them!!!

Serendipity (Christine) said...

What a gorgeous baby :-) Love your page with all the hearts, so effective.

Jenny said...

Love that first page, it's so simple but effective, well actually they're all fab. I don't own an overlocker sadly, although Mum and I are looking at getting one to share... if you want to sew jersey on an ordinary machine you just use a ballpoint needle - Seemples! x x (gorgeous baby too, seriously reading your blog does not help my broodiness!)

{ Emma } said...

Lovely LO's hun. And I know the feeling of not having enough time and too many hobbies! Hope you managed to get plenty done.


libby said...

Hi Rachel,

Love all the layouts. You have such a fun style. I've been having serious withdrawals since I haven't scrapbooked in over 2 months!!!



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