Thursday, 18 December 2008

This Years Christmas Tipple

I had the sudden urge to scrap last night, so that's what I did.
Kids were in bed and Ade had just nipped out to walk Poppy, before he was back, I'd created this LO, all about this years Christmas tipple.....spiced berry(hot) by day and mulled wine by night.

My inspiration has come from the color combos girls:
The colours went perfect with this photo I took on Dec 1st.
All papers are Making Memories and the rubbons which are so fab to use I must add are Junni Bowlin.
Hope you all enjoting the lead up to Christmas xx

Monday, 8 December 2008

Mini Book for my little Sis

I've been wanting to make this little mini book for my Sister for Christmas. I suddenly found out last week that they were coming over Sunday (yesterday) and we aren't seeing them until 31st needed to make it asap. I managed to make it all Friday evening : )
Was rather chuffed with myself.
It was very easy and although these Basic Grey choccie chip mini books do cost a little extra, I do think it's well worth it. The pages are finished off so nicely, it's great when you are in a hurry to not have to paint before or cover every milemetre in paper.
I also used a 6x6 Basic Grey Urban Prarie pad, so all the papers were a nice size to use on this mini book.
The bits can be found here at Sassy Crafts

Friday, 5 December 2008

We Kit U Not - Something old-Something new

It's time for the wekitunot challenge 2: Something old- Something new

This time we want you to create something using your new kit but also use up bit from old kits.
I've used my Scrapagogo November kit with some leftovers from my July kit.

If you fancy joining in....please show us your work at the wekitunot blog:

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

'Mum''s finally finished !!

OMG !!!!! I actually finished a mini book, a rarity for me. I started this during a crop in October and then finished it at the weekend just gone. A Christmas prezzie for my Mum. I hope she will like it.
Emma from sassy crafts is now selling these here:
And this is what it looks like inside.