I hope you are well and have had a good weekend. Around here it's been really quiet with not much going on now that the rules have been tightened again to cope with the new variant of Covid. It's such a shame for everyone, especially if their festivities have been cancelled as a result.
Happily for me, I was able to take myself to my craftroom whenever I had a bit of free time and work on pages for my winter album. In fact, I did really well on Sunday and completed these two layouts.
No.8 - Merry Christmas
Another old photo here. This time from Christmas 2002. It's a rare shot of me with a glass in my hand. Not alcohol, but non-alcoholic mulled wine. We'd just left England and moved up to Scotland to live and I was celebrating getting the tree up and decorated. Moving home just days before Christmas is not to be recommended.
The die-cut hexagons took time to prepare and I think I could have made a better job of keeping them straight. Too late and I won't be changing it now.
Most of the materials are, like the photos, old but still good. The exceptions are the base papers on both layouts. They are:
- 'Holly Jolly' from Photoplay's Tulla & Norbert's Christmas Party collection.
- 'Tis The Season' from the Holiday Magic collection by Pink Fresh.
- 'Starry' from 49 and Market's Vintage Ancestry Peace & Joy collection.
All from Mind the Scrap's December kit. The flairs are from a Christmas set from Dotty About Flair.
I had a day off yesterday so I'm hoping to do a bit of catching up today. After, that is, domestic duties have been attended to.
Have a lovely day and stay safe and well.
Two lovely layouts. Hope you have a lovely Chriatmas and New Year. Hugs Mrs A.
Post a Comment