I've been scrapping some old photos again. I have so many photos from my childhood. Dad (aka Cecil B DeMille, aka Cecil B The Dill) always had a camera or video camera in his hand. I always thought he was a decent photographer but looking back at the photos I'm surprised by how unscrapworthy most of them are! Especially photos from the eighties. I have much better photos from the seventies. Maybe because Alicia, Felicity and I were younger and cuter then, lol. Charlotte wasn't born till the eighties and she was the most goooorgeous baby (apart from my baby of course) so there are lots of gorgeous photos of her. Anyway, back to scrapbooking... here's me with a broken arm. In typical doofus eevee fashion I tripped over a fairy and broke my arm, lol. Unfortunately Tassy has inherited my doofusness and is always tripping over fairies too.Here's a close up of the journalling spot (for sale here in my etsy store - recently restocked). I used a mini circle punch on the scallops and I think it looks so cute! Just eyeball the centre of each scallop and mark it with a dot before punching - much easier than eyeballing the centre with the punch!
Here I am in a ballet performance. Im the yellow canary. :) I thought I'd already shown you a sneak peek of my sample for Kim's Tarisota class but I've just realised I hadn't! Kim and Janelle have used a Tarisota kit for their samples and the rest of us used other products. I used brand new Chatterbox products and I love these fresh colours! It's a great little class! I have plenty more layouts to share soon so I'll catch you then! Have a great weekend. :)