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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Digitally Sweet - Sketch

Possibly not the most obvious picture to use in a scrapbook page but this is a picture that brings back some good memories. We were walking in the hills in Lancashire and as we came to a gate these two sheep were about to cross a bridge but we appeared, they stopped and looked at us then at each other and waited long enough for me to grap a quick picture.  Once we moved on they carried on their way quite happily.

I have used a couple of kits from Daisytrail for this page and used a texture effect on the flowers and swirls.

Entering this into the sketch challenge over on Digitally Sweet.

Monday, 17 September 2012

A Day out

Here is a very quick page made from a few of the photo's taken while we were on holiday, we had a lovely time and this is a National Trust garden not too far from home.  I took quite a few photo's here but just thought I'd put together a quick page while it is still fresh in my mind.  I'll enter this into the Digitally Sweet challenge this week as it's anything with flowers and there are quite a few in these pics.

Sunday, 16 September 2012

CD Sunday - Feline friends

Good morning everyone, it's time for another challenge over on CD Sunday and this week Beryl has chosen Feline Friends, the team has enjoyed doing this one and I think it shows in the standard of the cards they have produced.

We still have Kevin with us and he has made a lovely card with the Joanna Sheen cd Ivory Cats, I was going to use the same cd myself and have the toper and backing paper printed out but decided to use the Moorheads cd instead. This is an A5 card with the front folded back to give it a bit more interest, the backing paper is from a Docrafts pack I bought when it was reduced in The Range a while ago, there are lots of toppers and greetings in the pack so quite useful.

I do hope you can come and join us we love visiting you all and seeing what wonderful creations you have come up with.


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