So in between all of the running around the farm, supervising pool play and general household stuff like cooking and cleaning, I have managed to do a bit of scrapping. I had grand plans for April - mainly revolving around whether or not I could break last month's scrapping record but alas, I did not even come close. Here is a round up of the latest layouts:
1. Technically not an easter layout seeing as I finished it just before the holidays started. It is for Anthea's Sketch challenge over at Scrapbook Savvy. I won't tell you how many hours it took to tie up all those ribbons but lets just say I caught up on lots of TV in the process. Ah well, it seemed like a good idea at the time.
2. Layout 2 took quite a while to come together. Yes it is very simple (in keeping with most of my scrapping) but I will admit that I really struggled with the patterned paper. It is from Pink Paislee in collaboration with House of 3 from their Daily Junque line and was a part of the We're Savvy April Kit (which sold out super fast - so pleased I have a subscription!). You definitely need to head over to Scrapbook Savvy and check out their kits but don't say I didn't warn you - they sell out FAST!
3. Layout 3 is all out how different our two boys are. They definitely are my own little version of Chalk and Cheese - in looks and personality. I love watching they grow and change and develop their own little personalities. I also love having so many different places on the farm where I can take photos of the boys. The other day we all climbed on the 4 wheeler motorbike and headed off around the farm. I was hoping for some awesome shots in the cotton but just couldn't get what I wanted.4. Another pic from our little photo shoot. I bought the boys a lollipop each from the Dalby Show earlier in the month as a reward for being so good. Secretly I wanted them for a photoshoot but I wasn't telling them that. In between the weather, work and going on camp for the last week of term, I didn't get around to taking any photos. Needless to say, the lollipops were a little worse for wear by this time as one little mate in particular couldn't resist playing with them. In the end both were broken but I was able to push this one together long enough to snap a few quick pictures.
Phew, I think that has me all caught up for now. School is back in tomorrow for Term 2. If it is anything like Term 1, it will fly by fast as anything. Hopefully next time you stop by, I wouldn't have waited a month to update.