I think the hot air balloons are amongst my favourite things I’ve ever made. They’re just so cute! Every time I spot them in the corner of our living room, they make me smile. I think there should be more smiles everyone’s day!
I love that they could be made for any occasion, in any colour scheme. They’d look lovely in a child’s bedroom or a nursery. But they’d work equally well for a wedding or party. I think I might have to make another set to hang in my office. Maybe a purple set?!!
Another page that makes me smile. I think that’s what scrapbooking is all about. Yes, it’s for preserving memories. However it’s also for remembering fun, happy things. A page doesn’t always have to be about a landmark event, or even for a specific purpose. Photos bring joy even when they’re about a captured moment in time. Here is one of those moments!
What do you think? Should we concentrate on the serious, ‘landmark’ events, or is it ok for scrapbook pages to just be about a single moment in time? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
As it has been pouring relentlessly today, I thought I would share some pictures from Niagara Falls. Our trip was a long time ago now, but we had a fantastic time and I really enjoyed reliving them today. Hope you enjoy our soggy wet faces!!
Here is a page with a picture of me. Not a subject I’m particularly fond of focusing on, but I did like this picture! It was taken by the talented East Street Imagery last June in OBX. Amazing to think that was over a year ago now! Really makes me want to go away again…
The digi files all came from Design House Digital, I liked the ‘beachy/distressed’ feel of the main background paper and the rest came from there.
Do you like to include yourself in your scrapbook pages? Please leave a comment and let me know if I’m the only one that prefers to be *behind* the lens!