Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Sorry second post of the day!

More news, very sorry lol....

I am also in my second week of the mother load scrap class from big picture classes and this weeks topic was firstly about organisation.... Anyone who knows me will know that I am not too well organised, in the way of remembering important things, dates or times etc etc... But with things.... I am always organised. My DVD collection for example is in alphabetical order...and if this gets messed up i go crazy lolsame goes for my scrapping stash... My papers are sorted into mot only patterned and plains but in colours too.
My alphabets are sorted into batches depending on their size, style etc buttons are in colours sections, bit anal i know but at least i can put my hands straight on something when I need it!

Anyways... Let's say this weeks get organised task was easily achieved!

Then the focus for our picture was... What makes you happy.... Scrapping makes me happy but I don't wanna take more pictures of my scrapping space etc, so what also makes a proud mother happy? Her children! Especially when they are doing something hilarious... So when Lola came in the room with her lipstick on!!! ..... I had to take photos immediately lol

Here is the page I made with my 'what makes me happy' photo

Lovely lippy page

I also had to use something from my stash that I haven't seen in a while.... So I searched through old stuff and came across some chipboard shapes, so I painted them up and used them on my page as embellishments.

The inspiration for this page came from the ribbon reel challenge blog, there was a sketch to follow, which I did... And also we had to use ribbon, lace or twine....I went with the lace up in the top corner.

Thans for the challenge girls xxxxxx


  1. I love the pink colour here! Looks fab on the background colour too! Lea x

  2. Another gorgeous layout Emma, how cute is Lola in that photo! Thanks for playing along at The Ribbon Reel this fortnight (that reminds me I promised to do a lo too!) x

  3. A lovely layout and a fabulous picture! I love the splash of pink on the layout too, a fantastic way to preserve this funny memory!