What a Scrappy Life


Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Project Life - March 2012

Finally got around to finishing my March pages. This month I've not take photos each day, so my general pages have a mixture of dates, basically I fitted the photos where I could in the design.

Key points - getting a new car, the photos of J & J was in preparation for one of the retreat layouts later in the month, which I didn't use.

Having this lovely robin in the garden whilst I pottered, he even waited till I went to get my camera to take a photo - very obliging.

One of James's many check-up - all is well and he's getting so tall that the Doctor had to reach up to measure him - lol.

Lunch date in Solihull with Julie & Morag - to celebrate Morag's birthday.

A trip to Webbs, Garden Centre with Julie, we had a walk by the river and took some photos. Also got this fab mug. - It says 'I'd rather be scrapbooking' - so true.

My month started with a trip back to Preston, to spend a fab weekend with the girls - I really miss them but whenever we get together, we have such a laugh, and obviously way too much to drink, hence how lack of shopping on the Saturday.

5 of us went out for meal to an Italian, which ended with shots - can't even remember why they were called, but they went down a treat - lol, then we went to a friends wine bar, where we had far to many cocktails.

Then on Saturday, feeling very woozy we managed to get out for lunch, but no shopping trip to Liverpool has planned.

Then at the end of March was Sarah's Cards Retreat - what a fab weekend of crafting I had.

The journalling is all about the journey up, our room and how Julie rearranged it, and the food at the restaurant, especially the Sunday Lunch - yummy !

My class layouts, views around the crop rooms, and meeting Rachael Elliott again - lovely lady and so talented.

Thanks for stopping by ...


Jennie Hart said...

Absolutely brilliant Jackie :) I have been using chevrons this week too.

I also gave you a mention in my post for the fab link you gave on the pl thread at uks about using qr codes. I spent hours and hours working on how to get them in my project and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole process :) Thank you lovely lady :) xx Jen