Monday, March 23, 2009

Lots to share guys.

So grab a coffee and make yourselves comfy.
This pic will probably be my photo for this weeks 52 week album unless I take another one that will take it's place. My missy has always had issues with the water and isn't going to be a Thorpee that's for sure. It has only been in the last year that she has really gotten over putting her face in the water and has never been one for jumping in either which has been holding her back in the levels. She is in level two and the oldest in her class by two years I think.

I've been working with some of the Bella goodies that are on sale this month over in Therapy.

Here is my layout that I did the blind scrap instructions from last weekend.

I christened my new script stamp from Purple Onion on this layout and it has become my new fav Purple stamp.

We are lucky enough to live across the road from the school and it is Asher's mid week treat to be able to walk home by herself on a Wednesday, with me standing on the corner that is. She's been warned a few times that if she plays up and doesn't cross at the crossing guard she will not be doing it again in a hurry.

This is my yearly walking down the drive on the first day of school photo. I think I have only missed one year.I've used one of the Bella Grace die cut sheets of cardstock and although I like the shape and the pattern on it I can't get my head around the punched holes in it so I've been trying to cover them up.

A card made from the scraps of something I can't share just yet. You will have to pop into therapy next weekend to see what I did with the rest of the circle die cut cardstock.
My latest page for scrapping the music. So not the best photo of my Missy A but I scrapped it anyway as it fit in with the lyrics of the new song.I am so loving these papers from Websters. They are so asking to be cut up and layered and you can see I have used my latest fav stamp from Purple onion again.
Two weeks entries for my 52 week album.
Week 10.
This is Asher jumping up in excitement when they called out for any flounders caught in the swan fish to be brought up and wieghed in.
Week 11
My husband doing a spot of sunset fishing on Wednesday night last week when we went up to Tranby House on the river where we got married and had fish and chips for tea.
I used another of my new Purple Onion stamps the Date me set on this layout and goodies from my March guestie kit over at Scrap my memories. I have got so much out of that kit and there is still enough to make a few more of my 52 week layouts or cards.
I've also had some fun with other projects for Purple onion but will share here once I get the ok from Michele. I can't wait to share two of my projects on which I tried something different and really liked the results and will be doing again for sure.
Well that's about it for now. Thanks for popping in and any comments and till next time happy scrapping.


Tara said...

Julie these are gorgeous layouts. I especially love the walk down the drive layout. The butterflies are divine.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

HOLY WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Julie!!!! These are ALL AMAZING!!!!!!!! WOW....people accuse me of creating a gazillion LO's a day....LOL LOL LOL....but I think U got me beat!!! Soooooooooooo much talent that U have ... and love love love the way U layer and have a PERFECT eye for color!!!! GORGEOUS my dear....GORGEOUS! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Jocelyn said...

Wowza, you have been busy and I am loving it all!!!! Such detail work!!!! Just love the one walking down the drive, so cute, ohheck I just love them all!!! You are truly one talented lady and I am so glad that you are sharing your talent with us!!! Happy Monday!

mandysea said...

OMG Julie!!!!
You keep taking my breath

I cant pick a fav - just love them all!! But do love the white butterflies against the dark background....

Clever clever girl!

Tanya said...

wow, it's all stunning Julie. It always brightens my day when I visit your blog and see something new. I love Tranby House as well - one of my fave spots to take Jai for a photo session ;)

Diana said...

Fantastic projects, Julie. Love your work!

Annierose said...

I love all of your work Julie - there is a simple complexity to all of it! I really enjoy your sharing - thank you!

Anne said...

Hi, Julie! You do amazing things with all those cut up letters! I especially like the "not a princess, not a fairy" layout! :-)

SkyeMJ said...

oh julie, all of your work just always looks so finished and polished.
Absolutely stunning!

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Your work is astoundingly gorgeous! Makes me want to take up Scrapbooking. WOWza!!! Such gorgeousness! :O)