Saturday, January 8, 2011

Layouts on Display at Catchy Crafts

Thanks all the wonderful people who are visiting my blog.  Since Maria ran the article in the newsletter there have been hundreds of hits on this site.  Wow!!!! I am soooooo happy and very humbled - thanks guys.
 I was asked to put all the LO on display in Catchy Crafts  on to my blog.  The Webster's Pages LO have  already been featured (see earlier posts) - but here are some of the others.  Hope you like them.


This was me on my first day of school back in 1969 and  my class K2 at Lane Cove Primary School. This is a hybrid page and I just love the old journal.




My beautiful girls Amy, Kirsty and Tiffany at Noosa Beach one dreamy afternoon
in about 2002.  I love the Basic Grey paper and their great chip board letters.



Another hybrid LO.  This was so fun as I was able to dedicate a LO to my lovely house.  After all our 'Home is our Castle'.



Just in case you haven't realised  I LOVE FLOWERS.  How blessed am I to scrapbook and have 3 daughters - perfect.  I absolutely adore this photo of Amy that I took recently.  She is wearing the dress that I wore to my 30th Birthday and doesn't she look wonderful.  I adore PRIMA papers and flowers so making this little dedication to my wonderful Amy in pink flowers was just toooooo  much fun.



Amy and Tiffany on Christmas Day in 2009.  I LOVE how they look in SEPIA and yes you guessed it more Prima flowers - this time in beautiful warm earthy tones. 



This is a LO about Kirsty and her boy friend  (sadly now an ex) on her 19th birthday.  I loved the photo with the harbour Bridge in the background which sits over the two of them like a halo.  Scrapbooking Memories kindly commissioned me to do a LO using the stunning Sizzix die cut flowers and leaves featured in the LO.  I used the latest release of Basic Grey papers at the time and I was very pleased with the outcome.  The second part of the commission was to use the large Sizzix die to create a large hexagonal prism.  This sat within the flap on the LO and popped up when you opened the page.  It had an elastic band inside so it really did POP.  Great for the adventuresome scrapper and wonderful way of showcasing lots of photos - mine contained 12.



More wonderful Basic Grey papers for this sunny DIVA LO.  It is  playful and fun so I wanted to employ a cheery orange palette.  This is Tiff and her friend Tayla at Noosa last year having a great time.



I have already posted this on my blog but it completes the collection that is on display at CC.  (there are a couple of others but I do not have photos of them).
Thank you so much for looking but remember NOTHING IS BETTER THAN SEEING THE REAL THING SO POP INTO CATCHY CRAFTS.  It really is a fabulous papercrafts store and a real MUST to visit.  I was there yesterday and again today and will probably be there tomorrow or Monday.  It is the place to be.

Take care
Thanks for visiting.
 





1 comment:

  1. Hi Jenny, So glad you got some visitors from the Catchy newsletter. Thanks also for sharing your beautiful work with us shop girls and our dear customers. I voted for my fave layout today - very hard to pick. Look forward to seeing you soon, Kim Tonnet

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