Happy weekend everyone! I hope you've all had a good week. Mine has been super busy with the day job so I'm more than ready to grab some time for myself this weekend. If you're up for doing the same, check out Lynn's new goodies in the store at The Lilypad! I was quick to pick up the Ashby Mini Kit - those subtle, vintage tones were perfect for a photo I wanted to scrap of my grandson which you can find here. The Ashby Mini Kit has a great selection of papers and elements wit
Hard to believe that it is May already.
In celebration of that, I have added my "Totally Trashed Mayday" papers to the store at The Lilypad. Plus another set of the templates I created to scrap the tragically tiny (poor quality) photos of Daughter-Two we treasure: And some fancy silk and brocade florals: ~ Lynn #babydigitalscrapbooking #templates #digitalpapers #vintage #digitalscrapbooking #scrapbookinspiration #TheLilypad #photobooks
Well, not that little but nevertheless just squeezing into the category of mini-kits.
Both in store today so half price for Wednesday only as part of SOSN ('Something Old, Something New') at The Lilypad And both favourites of mine to scrap with: #vintage #digitalscrapbooking #digiscrap
There is something about mid-century design that has always appealed to me.
My friends and I used to scour the thrift shops for dresses just like those our grandmothers or mothers would have worn.
And when we were looking for a house a couple of years ago I would have loved a mid-century classic to do up and furnish with a retro twist (but every one we looked at was either perched right on top of the main faultline or needed at least $150,000 spent on it.)
I failed at t
Last time we were in Paris it rained nearly every day. And it was smelly and it was dirty ... and it was fabulous. And despite everything, just about every photo we took I love (and want to scrap several times over).
EVEN the one with the fountain growing out of DD's head ... AND the one where the inclement weather meant she dressed even more like a very small hobo, causing the Parisians walking with their beautifully turned out and co-ordinated children to turn and stare
When Daughter-Two was a newborn we decided it was time to upgrade to one of those fancy "digital' cameras everyone was talking about.
So we went along to a megastore and asked the scruffy but apparently knowledgeable youth that approached us about our options. We mentioned that we were also considered upgrading our old video camera.
That was our big mistake (although listening to the spotty youth at all was the real mistake) because he said the obvious solution would be t