You could say that about my blog.....:(
I was even surprised to see when the date of my last post on here.
Alot goes on in everyday life, and sometimes we get distracted and sidetracked....
The girls start swimming club today which is even going to be more hard as you will find me weekdays at the pool from 4-6 everyday.Maybe i need to take down my scrapping gear and have a permanent spot to scrap by poolside!LOL
We had the Hoedown on saturday and instead of the girls saying we want to go home, Andrew and i were saying to the girls that we wanted to go home!
well i better get into things before i try and get girls organised for school and me off to work...
KRAFT IT UP
MINIMALIST / WHITE SPACE --> That is your challenge this month, your layout needs to be created on Kraft CS or Kraft PP and should show a large large amount of White Space.
We have some great sponsor prizes this month:
This is my layout which was sooo not me but i enjoyed....
and a few close ups of D-lish Scraps embellishments and Scrapmatts chipboard.
If you would like to give this challenge a go , you can here and upload by the end of the month.
November 1st Sketch
And here is my layout:
and a few little close ups of some D-lish Scraps embellishments:
Entries are to be linked up here no later than 11.59pm Friday November 30th 2012 to be in the running for one of this month's sponsor vouchers.
When linking your entries, please make sure it is linked to the specific post your layout is in, not your blog as a whole as it can be hard later in the month to find your layout, especially if you blog often. You can also link from any gallery including Facebook and Flickr.
Entries are to be created solely for this challenge and not to be used in any other competition or challenge.
Sketches with A Twist
For my layout i decided to add a word title which ties in for the latest word for Bird is the Word - SWEET.
Did you spot my Purple Pumpkin buttons on my page???
Well here are some close ups:
If you would like to check out this great sketch by Jules, you can do so here. But remember the twist:
to use a rubber stamp somewhere on your page, as an embellishment, background, title, what ever comes to mind.
Thanks for stopping by and saying hello. I do enjoy your visits.