Those lovely girls over on the SAG blog set a sketch challenge on Saturday. It turned out to be one that Amy had previously set in October 2010, but, as we know from Miss Smith's recent class, revisiting a sketch is no bad thing.Yesterday was the first Mother's Day for The Brainy One without his … Continue reading Sketch Challenge
With December on the horizon, I've made a concerted effort to tidy up loose ends and finish off Design Your Life, complete missing album pages and catch up with One Little Word.Week 12 of Design Your Life was disappointing, as I do so hate it when a class ends with a final week of choose … Continue reading Loose Ends
Day 16 was to scrap a photo that you've already used on a layout. I've tied in this prompt with the current SAG challenge (#10), which was to follow a sketch.You can see this photo on another layout here.Day 17 was a free-for-all, scrap whatever you like. I chose a great photo of three generations. … Continue reading The MotherLOAD Marathon: Days 16 & 17
No surprise that I'm technically behind.Day 8 was to scrap about the things that you need as a constant in your life. For me, that's the kitchen calendar, time for Blogger and time to read. Simple.This also ties in nicely with a recent SAG challenge (challenge #5) to use stamps/stamping on a LO.Day 9 was to create … Continue reading The MotherLOAD Marathon: Days 8 & 9
The latest challenge on the SAG blog has been set by by my pal Amy. She wants to know if you record current affairs/happenings in your albums. I admit that this isn't something I do much of, but I did record the Royal Wedding earlier this year and also when Barack Obama became the 44th President of … Continue reading SAG Challenge #7
Inspiration on day 2 at BPC was the word less ... I added the word worry in front of it and made a page for my rather neglected Book of Me.This page also fits the criteria for SAG's latest challenge ~ a page about yourself.
The SAG challenge this week is all about colour ...Here's my response ...
Over on the SAG blog this week, Nicole has set the challenge. And reminiscent of Design Your Life, Week 9, wouldn't you say? All those lines and blocks.There's a story to go with these photos, but it's one that isn't for sharing. I put the bottom photo on a hinged flap and put the journaling … Continue reading SAG Challenge #3
Over on the SAG blog this week, Amy set the challenge for adding conversational journaling to your LO. This is Amy's digi example ...... and I liked it so much I scraplifted it.I have recorded how DH and I have changed our approach to our son's behaviour. In particular, our approach to our son's behaviour when … Continue reading SAG Challenge #2
Those lovely, not-so-Simple Aussie Girls have set their first challenge.Here's my response. In real life, this has now been mounted on to a sheet of white 12x12 cardstock and will go in to our 2011 album.