Scrapping in 2019 #5

I found the perfect patterned paper in my stash for a spread about Kew’s Orchid Festival and I’m really pleased with how it turned out …

I also finished a double spread about the February half-term … where you can just see a glimpse of the lovely Deb.

Can you spot Deb?

The final page is about my visit to Pitzhanger Manor and I kept it ultra simple.

What have you made so far this month?

8 thoughts on “Scrapping in 2019 #5

  1. That really is the most perfect paper to show off those photos and I’m thrilled to be included on your Cambridge pages.
    As to what I have made this month, well I finally finished knitting that little cardigan for Rosie. I also shortened a dress – which doesn’t sound much, but I bought it two years ago and always felt it was a little bit too long, so haven’t worn it very often – it took me about half an hour to shorten and when I wore it on Sunday I felt so much better in it. I think it may get a few more outings now!

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  2. I have lost my scrapping mojo. I went along to my scrapping crop on Saturday and admired everyone’s layouts. I am hoping I may be inspired soon – I have a lot of stash!!

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  3. … and hence why a stash is so important to have with scrapbooking! That is perfect paper for the orchids & I like the photo corners you used on the paper; added interest.
    What have I made this month; so far 4 cards, 2 pocket pages in the day to day album & 3 pages in the garden album, although one of those pages still lacks any “oomph” so I need to return to truly finish it.

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  4. OH, I do like that Orchard Festival paper! As you know, I’ve been creating layouts the last few days & am so thrilled to be making progress on telling stories & getting photos on pages!

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