Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Third Time Lucky

You'll recall that I've just returned from a scrappy weekend with bloggy friends.  It gave me the opportunity and impetus to scrap the group photos from last year's retreat!  I used this month's sketch from Sue at Me & Mine too:

Jimjams - Layout - Bloggers' Weekend The Third

The main photo is courtesy of Sandie who was busy elsewhere this year and couldn't join us.

Most supplies are from my September Counterfeit Kit, but I added of the teeniest alpha stickers I have ever seen ... they're from Kaisercraft and were perfect to label those feet!

One of the lovely things about getting together with fellow crafters is that you get to share each others tools and supplies as well as ideas and company: lots of people wanted to borrow my chevron border punch, I got to use Ruth's mini chevron punch and that "Happy" embellishment came from the give-away pile (thanks Kathy).



8 comments:

My not so simple life said...

Brilliant layout, that Happy embellishment is perfect for that layout

Susanne said...

Another scrappy adventure wonderfully scrapped. Love it!

MiniOwner said...

Ooh I love your interpretation of my sketch, Jemma. Thank you for joining in.
Sue

scrappyjacky said...

Love that bright yellow background. I think most of us used that photo in our scrapping!!

alexa said...

And I can tell everyone it is even nicer in real life :). Such a super find, that 'Happy' - synchronicity is wonderful.

Missus Wookie said...

Oh the feet and HAPPY embellishment is just a great capture. Glad you got it scrapped, on to this year's photos. :)

Linda said...

Lovely bright happy page! I've followed the Pass the Page all the way through now. It's been fascinating to see how it has developed! Looks like you had another fab weekend. Popping in from Alexa's blog as part of my 300 in 30 blog comment challenge.

Gail said...

What a perfect embellishment for that photo! The page looks great and I love your use of chevrons on it. How on earth though did you ever handle those teeny letters? I would have had them anything but straight.