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Scrapping Again

I wish I could go out and sit in the sun, but today I'm feeling pretty lousy. I'm back on the antibiotics for  stinking chest and ear infections.£18 for the prescriptions, my God! I already had today booked off work with the intention of giving my garden some TLC. Instead its going to be me that gets it.
I had a great weekend with my crafting buddy Julia, nothing new there. We had another of our girly scrapping weekends. We both had the Sarah's cards kit from May, using the Stella and Rose papers, just gorgeous. I have also been tidying my craft room, it's one of those 'Why did I start that job?' moments. I discovered a few projects I'd started at retreats and just hadn't got round to finishing them. So they came out and are not going away until I finished them. I also pulled out some kits I hadn't really liked  . That left me with plenty to do.
One of the kits that originally left me uninspired was the For the Record kit from April, this really didn't suit me. I've made two pages from it and I love both of them. I really need to look at my papers better. I was inspired by Shimelle Laine's 4 x 6 photo love classes over on Two peas in a bucket. In February the theme was two pictures on the page, here is my page :
Right a cup of tea, antibiotics and a nap for me next.

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Lynda said…
Hope you're feeling better Kathy xxx

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