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Catching up with May

I spent yesterday on the garden and today I'm paying for it, the garden looks lovely but I am aching. I'm declaring today is going to be a crafting day.
Finally I've caught up with my Document 2010 project. Here are the May pages, I didn't do very much this month until the last couple of weeks, when I seemed to do quite a bit. I didn't have enough photos so a bit of creativity was called for. The photo of the Icelandic volcano and the polling station sign are from t'internet. The lunch date page was inspired by the first scrap page here. This is a blog I love looking at, I just love Keisha's style.
Don't forget to check out my slide show of this project at the bottom of this page.

Comments

Alana said…
Love your pages, esp. the first one with lots of pictures of your bank holiday walk on. I have to catch up on two months.
Anne said…
Lovely pages! I remembered to snap a photo of a polling station sign, but you've just reminded me that I have completely forgotten to make even the smallest mention of the volcano and all the chaos it caused!

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