I've had precious little time to myself this last month; there's always something housework-y that needs doing at any given time. But I'm not too far behind on my project life albums and I've managed to fit some 12x12s in as well.
I took these photos intentionally so I could make this page documenting Sam's love of his monkey toy. I wanted to pull out the bright red and orange alongside the pale blue of his babygro so I dug through my scraps and paper collections to find some different options. It's simple, but it's another important story ready to go in his album (once I actually buy one for him....).
I made this for a class over at Big Picture Classes; the Art and Science of Scrapbooking, which looked at the concept of right- and left-brain tendencies. The challenge was to find a beautiful photo and use this to make a layout (this is how I make most of my 12x12s, left-brained anyone?!). I love the way Anna is looking at Andy. I made 10 page-bases recently, using up the left-overs of a few collections that I loved, and this was one of them so this page came together really quickly. The little deer diecut comes from the Studio Calico Printshop line but I really didn't think the colour went with any of the papers I bought from the line so I'm glad it got used here.
The realities of a photoshoot with three children - you get twenty or thirty crazy shots before you get the perfect pose with everyone smiling or at least looking at the camera!
Samuel's 3 month photoshoot; I'm adding the vest stickers as embellishment on these pages, mostly cos I can't throw anything away! For this page, I pulled papers to match the stickers from the Simple Stories Baby Boy stickers, those elephants are so cute!
These two pages go next to each other and tell the story of the Easter Egg Hunt we went on with some of my mummy friends. We've never done an egg hunt before and the children loved it. I think the bit they enjoyed the most was playing around in the park and woods with their friends. These are two more page bases with some similar papers to tie them together nicely. I got to use up some really cute Easter project life printables from last year and a few random bits and bobs hanging around on my desk.