Wednesday, 30 November 2011

I Scrapped!

The weekend before last I was lucky enough to have a whole long weekend to scrap with good friends from my crop.  We have an annual trip to the seaside and get up to all sorts of fun and silliness and I even came away with some layouts, which is always a bonus!  All of the following are in some way scraplifts but I realised after I had printed out the originals that I had no idea of tracking where I had got them from, so I cannot give credit where credit is due.  Having now realised the error of my ways I realise I need to keep a note of this information in the future so please forgive me if you recognise any of the work and I promise to do better in future!

 First up I was pleased to be able to use multiple photos here as I took so many on our cable car trip.  The papers used here were a mystery kit of Lily Bee Harvest Market papers and some embellishments supplied by Gaye, who organises our retreat.  It was incredible to see how many different ways the same products were used by everyone.  I loved adding the slightly altered yummy Amy Tan felt camera to my layout.   

This is an almost copy of somebody's layout (so sorry I don't know who to credit!).  The layout did the rounds with several other people using it to do a layout of their own too, so thank you whoever you are.  The paper strips cut to look like ribbon were such a great idea.  I promise to credit it if I come across the original again, which I have been searching around for with no luck as yet.

Leaves cut from Elizabeth Park Twig (love that range) and misting done with October Afternoon Sprinklers.  I have decided they are my favourite misters as they are the easiest to use with no messy drips or dribbles - great colour range available too.  The photos are really quite old of the children and not great quality but I am so happy to get them into my album.

Now this one I do know was from a Nichol Magouirk video over at Two Peas.  I loved the idea of doing multiple photos from my daughter's first six months.  They are all pre-digital so cropping the size meant I could cut out all of the unwanted bits from the photos.  I am so going to do another similar one of my son.