I don't know about where you are but we're currently in the grip of what can only be called 'glorious weather'. Sunshine, blue sky, open doors, fresh air. So I haven't yet quite got around to finishing off the 3 scrapbook pages I started at yesterday's crop. But here's one I made earlier ...
I seem to say this quite a lot in relation to scrapbooking, but yet again ... this page started with a photo I'd printed off simply because I liked it. Nothing more. No idea what the page would be about. No grand occasion to document. No great artistic photo skills to show off.
Just one of those everyday 'almost-up-the-nostrils' shots of a girl leaning on her boy's shoulder:
... because James [he of the shoulder] actually took the photo while we were queuing to go down a drift mine, just right before they issued us with hard-hats. Which, believe it or not, isn't exactly an everday occurrence round here ...
Beamish 'living museum' in case you were wondering. Or maybe you were just thinking 'Well, she is from the North, they all go down't pit don't they?'].
So ... getting back to the shoulder ...
|The journaling block is cut from a Fancy Pants paper and the adorable bunny is part of a hybrid kit by Kirsty Neale:|
|The papers I used are from the Basic Grey 'Olivia' range, which came complete with the pre-doodled doodling.|
Enjoy the remainder of your weekend.