Friday, March 19, 2010

A Promise is a Promise...

I made a promise... and I like to keep my promises. So here we go... a little scrappy goodness from me at last! Nothing extravagent but my scrap drought has been broken thanks to the gorgeous kits from Scrapbooking From Scratch. I've set myself a little personal challenge to see how much I can get from one kit... so far from the 'Afterthoughts' kit I have made 2 layouts and 3 cards... and I still have over half the kit left! Awesome value :)

The first layout is using the sketch over at Scrapbooking From Scratch. Peta has a sketch challenge every month to win a $15 store credit. I couldn't resist!
Kraft Cardstock, MME 'Abbey Road' paper, Tim Holtz 'Black Soot' Distress Ink, Scenic Route Rubons, Scenic Route cardstock stickers

And then after being inspired by the simple design of the sketch came this layout. I love this photo of the girls. It is so peaceful and we could be just miles from anywhere, when really we are only 10 minutes from town. Love the beauty of the country up here and the papers in the kit are perfect for highlighting that.
Scenic Route Paper, MME 'Abbey Road' diecut paper, Jenni Bowlin paper, Scenic Route cardstock stickers, ribbon

And then I made a few cards just because the urge struck me :D Love it when my mojo plays nice with me lolBazzill Cardstock, MME 'Abbey Road' papers, Scenic Route rubon

Bazzill Cardstock, MME 'Abbey Road' papers, Scenic Route rubon

Bazzill Cardstock, MME 'Abbey Road' papers, Scenic Route rubon

And that's all my scrappin for now. I'm off to finish off this dreaded mountain of folding... that's the one thing I hate about doing the washing - the folding afterwards eeeugh. Once that is done hopefully I'll fit some more scrapping in before hubby gets home for the weekend!

Take care
Luv Kirsti xx


Tracey said...

Gorgeous layouts Kirsti and I LOVE the cards. :)

Marcia said...

Love the quilling on your card, very neat touch. Gorgeous layouts ... I'm off over to have a look at her kits!

:) Marcia

Ann-Marie said...

OMGosh they are all amazing. The photo in the first LO is brilliant too :)