Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Back to scrapbooking

Hurray, I've finally got back to my scrapbooking. I have missed it while I've been sewing and crocheting over the past couple of months.
Just like this time last year, I am scrapbooking christmas photos that are a year old, because I don't feel in the mood to scrapbook festive pages when it's hot and sunny outside.

I love this page as I think it feels very christmassy without using traditional colours. I used distress inks and a piece of die cut cardstock as my stencil. The felt snowflakes come from Paperchase, along with a Jenni Bowlin bingo card and some Maya Road trinket pins.

I found the photos on the next page quite tricky to scrap. Opening stockings is such a great part of Christmas Day, but the photos are never brilliant. Making the photos quite small has worked OK on here.

I had to make the page a bit messy with some inky splodges.

More Christmas pages to follow soon - I'm on a roll now and I may even scrap some of this year's photos.


  1. Lovely, especially the stencilling. Well done for scrapping your Christmas photos so quickly.

  2. Gorgeous pages Emy, love the background on the first one & the gingham reindeer on the second are beautiful.
    C xx

  3. Love the colours and stenciling on top page-gorgeous.Two lovely pages.

  4. oooh i love your rainbow background...you are the best :0)