Thursday, July 24, 2008

Sunshiny Thursday

started out like this


Elizabeth loved getting out in the sunshine!!! She made soup...



She used silverbeet leaves and some petals from this...


Even the ants like these...


And I liked spying more signs of spring on its way...




Do you remember the photo I took here, of the peanut butter jar?? Well I finally scrapped it today

The new challenge is up at Project Scrap-Away. It is to scrap about Culture. It can be about a cultural event or about where you come from etc so putting my thinking cap on and see what comes out :)
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5 comments:

  1. Like your LO there. I did a couple last night, but they are sooooo simple! Haven't posted them up yet though. Good luck for next round :-)

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  2. the roses looks amazing! wow.
    and i love the peanut butter page you made. cute!
    i found you through leigh-ann´s blog. :)

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  3. i can't wait to see what you'll come up with for Challenge 10.. I've blogged about you and posted the link on Project Scrap-Away.. All the best! :)

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  4. Don't you just love spring? I love those photos.

    That layout is terrific! I love it. I love that you scrapped about the casual, everyday life.
    Sandra

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  5. OMG, those morning photos are gorgeous!!! And those flowers!!! Love that LO with the PB!!! I just used some of those Sassafrass letters last night, need to post it! I love those things, really look so much better on a LO than that big card!! Can't wait to see what you come up with next for the challenge. You amaze me! Very inspiring!

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