I have three scrapbook pages to share with you guys today, all made with Amy Tangerine's Cut and Paste collection plus some extra little bits and bobs.
The first is a page inspired by a semi-recent discussion on the Paperclipping Roundtable podcase about the importance of documenting collections. These two small figurines were the first presents I bought for my mum, on consecutive Christmases. I used my own money and we went to this lovely, random shop called Turtles in Croydon. Sadly it's shut now but it was a DIY-garden-craft-type store and seemed like a treasure trove to a young child.
I've been thinking about making this page for ages and it's one of my 'must-scrap' topics. I love to knit and crochet in front of the tv in the evenings. I quite often give my creations away as gifts for new babies; there's something wonderful about giving a handmade blanket or hat as a welcome present. Each of my children has a handmade blanket but I never managed to make a hat for the older two. You'd think it would be easy but apparently not! I was inspired by Leanne's colour choices for her younger son's hospital blanket and she used the leftover yarn to make a simple stripey hat too. I used Little Tin Bird's Peacock Blue blanket square and the Magic Coffee hat pattern. I also made Samuel a puerperium cardigan and a Milo vest and you can find details on both on my ravelry page.
And this page is a 'capture now and celebrate cute pictures' page. There's no important story to tell but sometimes the little everyday moments are the easiest to forget and the sweetest to recall. Samuel in a box, cos that's Andy's sense of humour.