Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Well this year has flown so quickly, and unfortunately I have not kept this blog as much as I would have liked...Kids keep you busy :). I have managed to get together a few christmas cards and they are up for sale on my OZTION site!. If you are looking for a bargin on Handmade cards please go check them out.

Hope everyone has a Very Merry Christmas and Happy new year, and next year I hope to do regular posts of my work!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Wow Where did that time go!

Wow...Been so busy of late that I have not had a chance to post anything, but last night I managed to scrap!. Here are three of the latest pages I have done of my oldest son,who now is almost three!

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Utensil Holder Project

This months challange at Scrapbuggy was to create a project that was not a card or layout using Quickutz dies. I had this old flower pot that I was using to keep my plastic utensils and wooden spoons in sitting on my kitchen top. It has been there a while and was a little bit of an "eye sore" so I decided to get busy and decorate it. I used my trusty Silhouette machine to cut out the cooking utensil shapes with Vinyl and the Flirt gift set alpha with red vinyl to help bring life to this pot e a TFL. If you have not checked out Scrapbuggy website and blog go check it out as there are some amazing projects!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

My first Spoonful

Well it has been a while since I posted, and in that time we have a new member to add to our Family, we welcomed Hugo on the 24th March. Everything went well, but now I have my hands full with not much time for scrapping!. I did manage to achieve a layout the other day of Cooper, who is now 2 1/2 years old. This is his first taste of food(rice cereal YUCK!)at 5 months.

Friday, March 12, 2010

A Tin and Matching Card as a Gift

Last night my husband came home and said he needed a gift for a workmate at work who was leaving tommorrow...so after tea it was off to the shops to find a gift. We ended up buying her a silver braclet from a local jewellery Shop. The braclet came in this cute little tin with the symbol of the store on top. I could not let him take this tin to work with him to give to her without adding a little personnal touch. I also made a card to match. This project was quick and easy using Quickutz dies. Taking 2 hours in total to shop, decorate and make the card. Enjoy!
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