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Scrapbooking Mad

I've no idea what's got into me but I've been on a bit of a scrapbooking frenzy recently. It's maybe all the therapy I need at the moment to balance out the trauma of the leak. This page was inspired by sketch 118 on Pencil Lines. I love this website and have done a few pages inspired by the page maps. This was taken from a boat that we took to view Santorini from the sea. I used some chipboard flourishes that were painted with Adirondack Sailboat Dabber paint then edged with the lettuce colour and finally lightly brushed with white. I then used clear ultra thick embossing powder to add the shine.So far I've painted the bedroom a lovely soft apple colour, I swear the paint smells of apples. Everybody laughs when I say that but I swear it does.

I'm waiting for the electrician to have a look at adding all the extra sockets I need and Allied Carpets are coming to measure up on Saturday. Things are moving along it seems like ages since it happened although it is only 10 days. It will be well worth the wait I'm sure.

Here's another page this one is sketch number 116, it is one of my favourite pictures of me as a bride, I always laugh at the clothes airer behind me and considered photoshopping it out, but I decided to leave it in because it makes me laugh. Although I'm no longer married this was a perfect day so I still like to remember it.

I used Laura Ashley papers, stamped some flourishes and added a Sizzix flourish and sizzix letters for the title, then finished off with white opal liquid pearls.






More pages to follow.

Comments

Lynda said…
Love these pages Kathy - you know how I love green and blues together and the liquid pearls look like the real thing, absolutely perfect.
Love Lynda xxx

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