Thursday, May 23, 2013

Project Life Week's 19 & 20

Here is Week 19 (yes, I have missed Week 18 and it will be coming up but a little out of order). Used some stamping on this week's spread, and I must point out the Every day we're shufflin' photo as it makes me laugh every time!!

Right hand side of Week 19, and I have used the Simply White templates by Tracey Larsen as I love the way you can add a tiny bit of journalling and leave a bit of white space on the layout as well.

And a little insert for Week 19 which shows the girls first time at Net Set Go netball and just had to be documented.

And some Mother's Day goodness on the back of the insert:

 Week 20, again fairly simple with a fair bit of journalling and a bit of stamping. Love the way this album is turning out this year and it is relatively quick to put together which is a bonus.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Stuck On U Sketches - now including Project Life!

Another exciting announcement today with the addition of a new Project Life challenge at Stuck On U Sketches with an all new Design Team including.....ME!!!

You can find the announcement here and if you want to check out my Project Life posts so far for 2013 they are all found here.

I think that is all my good news announcements for a while! Thanks for visiting.

Monday, May 13, 2013's nice to see you again!

Very excited to announce I am back on the Sketchabilities design team from June-August. You can see the announcement and the rest of the team here. So if you are on the lookout for a great challenge you can always be sure to find some inspiration in one of the sketches over at the site, they are fab and I can't wait to get creating with them!

Sunday, May 5, 2013

A new challenge blog - Scrap Around The World

There is a new challenge blog recently started called Scrap Around The World. I thought I would join in their very first challenge, so I came up with this layout:

The current challenge is a combination of a mood board for inspiration and a sketch. I went with the colours of the mood board, and rotated the sketch 90 degrees to suit my portrait photo.