Thursday, 1 September 2011

September's Here

And I'm loving that autumn, my favourite season, is just around the corner :)

In preparation of the cold weather to come I finished making this for Paul at the weekend:
Now he knows I'm a scrapbooker, he knows I have a blog so why, when I said I was taking a picture of his newly made hat, didn't he smile?!

I loved knitting this so will definitely be making some more.

I realised, when having a tidy up of the photos on my computer, that I've done three weekly challenges over on UKScrappers that I have shared yet! Very slack of me I know :)

This challenge was to use black, use something you got for free and to scrap a celebration:
The picture isn't good but it is off my sister, Jemma, having her first dance with her new husband.
I added the pale blue buttons because that was the colour of the bridesmaid's dresses.

The next challenge was to scrap about the home, use our favourite colour, a list and stars.  I don't have any pictures of my home so I came up with this:
I even tried a bit of painting on it!
And the list were just a few thoughts, feelings and reminders of the day.

The last challenge for August was to follow a sketch, scrap a holiday theme and use butterflies or blooms:
Pictures of Maddie in front of a beautiful sunset in Weymouth, eight years ago.
I went for butterflies and blooms, although not the butterflies I wanted thanks to Martha Stewart and her dodgy punches!  Two different stores, over 100 miles apart had the same butterfly punch and, what do you know, the same fault too :(
Never mind, the super cheap butterfly stamp I bought yonks ago is working just fine :)

Today is the start of Learn Something New Every Day and I can't wait to get out there with my camera and notebook and notice things I overlook most of the time.

Have a fabby day
Jo xx

5 comments:

Sian said...

I love that hat - it's a really nice shade of blue. Oh, yes, I'm an Autumn person too. I love it!

Karen said...

Your third page is absolutely gorgeous, in fact I know I am going to have to make one is similar colours as I love it so much.

Alison said...

Love the hat..and I think the second LO is my fave (I'm a sucker for doggy pages!)
Alison xx

Sandra said...

Oh Jo, these are gorgeous, really fab. And look at you missy talented with your knitting. Ok, what can't you do!

Angelfish said...

The hat looks great:) There's no end to your talents Jo:)