Thursday, 3 April 2014

Throwback Thursday

Well, a slight throwback, to this time last year when we were on holiday in Shropshire. I have finally finished scrapping the photos and using up some kits at the same time.

I also used some new papers that I purchased - loving this paper from Maggie Holmes and the ephemera pack too.

A close up of the journalling on this one.

And unusually for me, I made two cards with the scraps I had left over!
Thank you for your kind words about my sister. She ended up having two stents put in as she was found to have a very narrow artery (congenital) which was causing all the problems. She is now back home and hopefully will start to feel better soon.

I have a busy April coming up, with lots to look forward to. I have afternoon tea to celebrate Wendy's birthday, a week in Wales with Ben, Penny and Hugh, including a trip to the Doctor Who Exhibition in Cardiff and a trip on the Gwilli Steam Railway, the Easter break and a get together with Wendy and Sue to do some crafting. It all starts this weekend with the afternoon tea. Wishing you a happy and fun filled April and a relaxing weekend.


Missus Wookie said...

Sounds like a busy but fun month ahead! I like the cards you've made, such fun pages I do like Maggie Holmes's designs. Glad to hear your sister is making progress, hope the rest of the family are improving too.

Gail said...

Glad to hear your sister is doing well. Sounds like a busy month ahead. I must tell John about that Dr. Who exhibit.

Karen said...

Happy to hear about your sister. The miracles of modern medicine never cease to amaze me. Love your cards; your April sounds lovely!

Sandra said...

So pleased to hear about your sister. Such a worrying time.

Great layouts and good way to use up rather scraps making cards. I need to do that too.

Enjoy try our month, you'll have loads to scrap

alexa said...

So glad to hear things are improving for your sister :). And you have lots to look forward to this month, it seems! I do like your ges and cards, especially that too one - the papers really pull out the red in the photo.