Sporty Fella

Our little fella loves all things sporty, he plays for the school for most events and has just joined a local football team as that is his absolute favourite sport of all!

This page was about his love of sport and I decided to use a Rosette as the main theme of the page.  I printed the background paper from a digital set of papers called Track Team from 2 Peas in a Bucket and used Microsoft Publisher to print a little bit of journalling.

The ribbons had the names of all the current sports he enjoys, there are quite a few!

I hope you have a good week! 

Tracey x

My Boy

Hi all! I haven't blogged in ages but I have been scrapbooking a little and been on the Sugar and Spice Retreat which was great!  I have also had a bit of a remodel of my craft room and will post photo's later.

Time seems to be flying past so quickly and as my eldest doesn't like his old mum taking his photo (unless its for his facebook page) I thought I would make use of one we took on holiday last year and a cute little baby photo!

All shapes were cut out on my Silhouette which I have not used nearly enough yet, there is so much it can do!

I added some thickers for the numbers and title and buttons as embellishments and a bubble stamp Kaiser Craft.

I made a tag which I have slipped in behind his photograph but won't bore you with the mushy stuff!

I look forward to have a browse round your blogs, it been a long time! 

Have a great week.

Tracey x

Scrapagogo Retreat March 2013

I haven't updated my blog for such a long time but this weekend I went to the Scrapagogo Retreat with my friend Linzi and have come back all enthusiastic and ready to Scrapbook again!

The grounds of the hotel were gorgeous but I couldn't help but it was odd seeing spring daffodils covered in snow!

I will be updating my blog with all my makes from the weekend. This was a fantastic mini book class called Ties That Bind by Pam Thorburn. We used some kebab skewers and some brown envelopes and turned them into something so pretty!

The envelopes were folded and cut at regular intervals and the kebab sticks were then woven through, doesn't the spine look so pretty!

I used mine to document our summer holiday in Italy last year. 

As usual the kits comes with papers and embellishments and you just add your photos.

The envelope at the back is left unsealed for any loose pieces of memorabilia.

The front and back were covered with beautiful papers from MME Bluebell Range and Heidi Swapp.

It was a wonderful mini book which looks so beautiful and it was so much fun to relax and chat and scrapbook with such a great bunch of ladies!

Have a great week!

Tracey xx

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