Well here is my table with an almost complete layout for Shimelle's 4x6 photo love class (with 8 photos!!!) which may or may not have some MME Lost and Found papers on it ;-)
I WILL be updating on LSNED in the next couple of days and also sharing photos of my re-organised workspace but I am waiting for semi-decent light to take pictures of the latter and waiting to get going on the former!
In the meantime, I can share a couple of the layouts that I completed on Saturday at the crop.
I used my Dear Lizzy papers! And I cut them up! I needed to have a little lay down after that... ;-) I quite like the effect of the circley-flowery things on pop-dots to add a bit of texture.
This next layout will be featuring not once, but twice, in LSNED. The photos were taken at Beaulieu and the children are sat in a car in one and on a truck shaped see-saw thingy in the other. I've had the pictures out for a while waiting to scrap but I was trying to think of a suitable title when I suddenly realised that they are wearing different clothing! I thought they were taken on the same day but it appears not - oops! I made the journalling quite general then about how they can play together there so nicely when we are on our own. Lesson for 3rd Sept - check the photos actually relate to what you think they do. Ahem...
I broke into a new kit for this layout called Country Drive by Echo Park. I love the bright summery colours and the stickers etc.
Initially I stuck the red check paper too far up and although in some lights you can't see it, there is a scuffy area where I pulled it off and moved it. I added a bit of a green splatter to try and hide it but it didnt really work. Anyway.. Pleased that I had completed another layout, I was eager to get it into my newly organised album. Hence this not quite splatter effect...
Lesson for 4th September - Wait for the paint to dry before putting the layout in your album or you will get blotches where you intended pretty splatters to be.... * embarrassed cough*
What's on your desk this week? Share your creative space on Julia's blog so we can come and have a nosey.
Bye for now xx