Last night I had the pleasure of attending (and speaking at) a card-making workshop set up by Jill of Christmas Pie Crafts - a massive "thank you" to Jill for inviting me along as a guest speaker.
Last night we covered just card-making but as you all know I have been doing a bit more scrap-booking recently. It's a fabulous way to preserve those special memories; especially when your pictures are accompanied by some text to remind you of those precious moments:
This is my girl when she was really little at Finkley Down Farm - she loved the tractors - they were her favourite thing of the whole day.
I love this scrapbook page because it doesn't have a hint of pink on it! (my daughter is very girly) and I love the fact that the flowers and plants framing the picture have actually been wooden-stamped.
The paper is from the ever-so-delightful "Tea for Two" paper by Stampin' Up! which features some gorgeous vintage-inspired papers. I've actually cut the paper down to fit my 8x8" book, but actually comes as 12x12" paper.