It has been a few weeks, but I'm back with some new creations to share. Most of these were inspired by National Scrapbook Day challenges. Others were made at random while crafting with my friends and my sister last weekend. Enjoy!
Hexagons are very trendy in scrapbooking just now. This page fell together very quickly yesterday using the May 35mm kit from Studio Calico. It chronicles our weekend getaway with the Palfreymans and Wainrights last spring where the kids had fun along the "river."
This was a quick page designed to contrast the growth and changes in our family in a very short period.
While scrapbooking at the farm I was pulling photos from an old pile of stories I'd been meaning to tell so this classic set of pictures from 2009 finally made the page. For some reason, B really liked being sans clothes around this age, and was very cute too.
This was fun with layering bits from the remaining April kit. The journaling talks about wishing my sister and I lived closer, but cherishing the times we have together.
A few cute pictures of Lady M describing different aspects of her personality at two. Great colors and a quick page for our little lady.
This page is based off an NSD challenge using Kelly P's sketch. I think the simplicity of the page works well with the story here. The story is all about a trip to the doctor where the sick child is actually the one that appears to be comforting the well one. It also uses some instagrams from my phone which I'm glad I print off occasionally in sheets so stories like this one get told.
And that's it for now! Most of these are actually from last week as I've been going to bed very early this week in hopes of healing my costochondritis issues. I have big dreams of more crafting this week, but only time will tell.