I have made this peek-a-boo box as the Sunday Challenge on Crafters Anonymous. It's just the right size for a few chocolates. I have used Kaiser paper and Stampin-up stamps. Just in time for Easter too.
I've created these pages in a class with Sharon, so it is all her ideas and inspiration. They are of my nephew's wedding day. Stephen and Bianca are such a wonderful couple and their day was very special.
The papers and stamps are all stampin up with the outside punch work all done with Martha Stewart doodle punch.
One of the challenges of Crafters Anonymous is a monthly scrapbook page of a highlight of the month. This is my February entry. It is a little late as it took a little time to get myself back into scrapping after cyclone Yasi but it feels good to be back into my craft. These pages are of my son who was with us when Yasi hit. He was such a help, I don't know how we would have coped without him.
This double layout I did in class with the very talented Sharon who is our local Stampin Up demonstrator, amongst other things. The photos are of myself and two friends who went to the west coast of America many years ago. Too many years ago. Our first stop was Honalulu, which we loved. Love to go back there.
This double page is of my darling Min, short for Minnie. She is lying on a paw cushion that belongs to my son. I just didn't have the heart to make her get off, so I took these photos instead. She is now 15 years old and definately showing her age at times. We have come to realize that our time with her is precious.