Thursday, February 05, 2009

layout shares



the story: i really have a craving for sunlight. living in a part of the world were the sun goes to it´s winter sleep sometime in late october and doesn´t come out again really before sometime in april sucks sometimes :)

the goods: i used papers from my newly purchased paper kit called retro from panduro for this. printed out my journaling on my typewriter. oh i added a small brad too :)



the story: again a tribute to nice weather and nature. as soon i saw that the sun was out sunday, i took a long walk with the dogs on the fields and down to the water. lovely, lovely i say!

the goods: i wanted this to be super simple because i love these photos and i wanted to remember that. again the paper comes from panduros paper stack retro. i adhered the photos and the patterned paper to some squared notepaper which i tore. rub-ons come from a lovely swatchbook full with rub-on letters from creative café.



the story: i really wanted to record the small things that my family do to improve the health of our planet.

the goods: :) again the snail patterned paper is from panduro. the size of this layout is half of an A4 sheet which is really a scrap from making a card earlier this week. it´s a nice size, i think although my scanner doean´t want it to show up anything straight! journaling strips printed on my typewriter.

ok, that is it with the layout share from me, but i wanted to share a pink mosaic i stole from suziebeezieland, sorry suzanne! isn´t it yummy!



suzanne has the links for the photos!

4 comments:

Mel said...

lovely layouts, you always get me inspired to scrap :) cute paper pack.

how will you store the half A4 in your album?

eldh said...

Så snygga o enkla LOer! / Elin

Vica_Vickan said...

Jag utmanar dej! =)

Regler:
1. Berätta sju personliga sanningar om dig själv.
2. Länka sju personer i slutet av ditt inlägg som du vill ska anta utmaningen.
3. Skriv ett meddelande i de sju personernas bloggar, så de vet att de blivit utmanade.

Mer info på min blogg!

terese said...

å, fint snigelpapper!!! :-)