How are you all, snowed in? We have had another couple of inches fall overnight, which isn't much but considering how much was already lying, it's still quite deep in some places. The main roads yesterday were passable, but sides roads were treacherous. So today i have the family home again, schools closed, work impossible to get to. Unfortunately now for us, the beauty and fun of it has gone, it's now becoming a headache. Cabin fever has set in and we just want normality again - hopefully by the weekend it will begin to thaw, just in time for my crop on Sunday, yeah!
So as we have had many days at home i have been able to get some scrapping done. I thought it was about time i made a LO, its been months since i done one, always seem to be making mini books. On a blog hop a few weeks back i came across the Butterfly Craft blog which had a sketch for you to follow:
I instantly knew what paper i wanted to use for this sketch and so thought about what photo to use, searching for many hours, i finally made the choice and got to work. I must say i have never completed a LO in such a quick time, i am known for paper shuffling.
I am pleased with the final outcome and most of all my LO mojo has kicked back in and now want to complete many more.
My take on the sketch: "Walk Hand in Hand"
Little Ladies collection by My Little Shoebox Company
Tim Holtz Ticket
Kraft Cardstock Journalling tag
American Craft Poolside Thickers
Making Memories alphabet letters
and some bling gems.Have thoroughly enjoyed doing this LO, and now in the process of completing some more, but i am also awaiting a delivery of photo's and some more new stash, their that resolution went out the window "To save for AP", but couldn't resist the sales, lol.
My Websters pages book is still a work in progress, hopefully soon i can share with you all.
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