Saturday, April 23, 2011

Saturday scrapping: Sorta keeps me sane...

... scrapping that is.  Especially for these past few days, with the boy falling sick, and the hubby having to attend a conference across the whole long weekend and being on call twice this week.  Its quite a relief to sit down at the end of a long day and just cut out bits of paper and get your hands sticky with glue... 

So here's what I've been busy with: Firstly, a layout for the little boy turning 27 months tomorrow.  I've fallen into a habit of using the monthly Crate Paper sketch challenge to scrap the boy's milestones each month...

And now, the norm would be to squeeze in lots of journalling since there is so much to record and remember!

Papers from the Portrait and Restoration collections (Crate Paper)

And a notebook for a DG mate who would be going overseas for awhile (we sure are going to miss her):

Loads of flowers and birds to remind her that God will take care of her, just like how he cares for his little creations.

I really love these little meaningful quotes (from Papertrey Ink):

I think she liked the notebook, so hopefully it'll come in useful for her studies! :)

Papers from Colorbok, 7 Gypsies, and Basic Grey. :)  

Hope everyone is having a blessed long weekend! :)


  1. I love that quotation! I'm pretty sure she's touched by the gift :)

  2. Corsage: Thanks... :) Yup, its a lovely quote, was so glad when I saw the stamp!

  3. this is so pretty! love your take on the sketch! as usual crate papers really suit you! and this note book is so precious. hope life will soon be kinder to you.

  4. so lovely! (: always a joy to see your posts!

  5. love those meaningful layouts! and the journaling is precious!

  6. Sophie: :) I really love Crate Paper, and I realize they suit your scrap style too!

    Juanna: Thanks! :)

    Madeline: Hey thanks...

    Pooi: :) Ya, you reminded me to tell stories remember? Hence my journalling gets longer and longer haha...

  7. absolutely totally liked it! :)



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