Saturday, 25 October 2014

Prolific weekend!

Whilst Hugh was in Vienna, I had plenty of spare time to scrapbook and I was on a roll! I popped Dan Brown's Inferno into the CD player, opened up the conservatory doors, grabbed my 'Tea for Two' kit and settled down.

I love the cork hearts in this kit and scattered them about on this layout.
I had used the 'B' side of this bottom piece of paper for another layout, but managed to save the wording as I really liked it. It was perfect to go with this photo of the two of us taken in Crete.
By the time I got to this layout I was down to scraps, apart from the Shimelle word paper. I have loved this photo of Penny ever since I took it, so was really pleased to finally scrap it.
And this layout was also made with the scraps that were left. I had to add a piece of white cardstock, but apart from that this all came from the kit (oh, the sequins are from the 'Early Autumn' kit).

I also made three other layouts over the weekend - the one of the concert last Friday which I have already shared and another two which I will share with you soon!


scrappyjacky said...

Some gorgeous pages,Becky.

Karen said...

Prolific is right! Great pages. I wish I could listen to a book and create at the same time. Whenever I try I quickly come to a realization that I have NO idea what I've heard in the last 10-15 minutes. My mind is on what I'm doing and not on the book.

Sandra said...

I truly am in awe of how well you scrap, you just get on with it ... And they're amazing.

I'm going to maybe try and get a audio book out of the library and see how I get on. I'd never thought of really listening to a book while I scrap. Maybe I'll be as productive as you :)

Sian said...

I've never thought of listening to a book either. I might have to try that.

"Free Your Heart" is one of those pages you just have to stop and look at. So thoughtful

Melissa said...

You have certainly been productive & created some fantastic layouts!

Susanne said...

You were indeed on a roll. The color palette of that kit is just lovely, and you've used it to full advantage on these pages. Fab job!

Missus Wookie said...

Looks like you had fun - I like the cork hearts too and that you got to use up all the scraps as well.

Anonymous said...

Boy did you ever make use of your free time. They all look great and I'm amazed how on top of things you are with your scrapbooking. I've got stuff from years ago that needs doing.